Student Insurance

There are three insurance schemes applicable for ITE full-time students:

1. Group Personal Accident (GPA) Insurance Policy for all Full-Time Students (Read Factsheet | Download Claim Form)

2. Group Hospitalisation and Surgical Insurance (GHSI) Policy for the following categories of students:

  • 2.1 Full-Time International Students – The purpose of the GHSI(IS) is to help defray the hospitalisation expenses for International Students in the event that they are hospitalised. The GHSI(IS) will enable international students to overcome the need to put up a cash deposit at B1 class rates for hospitalisation in government and government restructured hospitals in Singapore. (Download Claim Form)
  • 2.2 Full-Time Health Science Students (i.e. Nitec in Nursing and Higher Nitec in Paramedic & Emergency Care) – The GHSI(Healthcare) provides coverage for hospitalisation expenses plus an outpatient rider for clinical attachments. (Download Claim Form)

3. Work Injury Compensation (WIC) Insurance Policy for Full-Time Students on Internships (Read Factsheet | Download Claim Form)

How much are the students required to pay and what is the coverage?
Part of the supplementary fees collected from students are used to purchase the Group Personal Accident Insurance Policy. No additional sum of monies need to be paid by the student. The insurance premium for GHSI(IS) and GHSI(Healthcare) will be included in the fees at the start of each academic term and the rate payable is subject to yearly review. The premium is indicated at the ITE website. Students may also log in to their Student Portal ( for more details on the insurance coverage.

If the accident does not occur in the College ground, can student claim the insurance?
Yes. The Group Personal Accident Insurance Policy has a 24-hour worldwide coverage.

What is the claiming procedure? How long does it take for the whole procedure to be completed?
The injured student is required to complete the relevant Claim Form which is obtainable at the Customer & Visitor Centre (CVC). The activity staff-in-charge or the Class Advisor will have to fill up an (1) Accident Report Form and submit it with the (2) completed Claim Form and the (3) student’s original receipts of claim at the dropbox at CVC. All claims must be submitted within 30 days from the date of the accident. Original receipts of follow-up claims must also be submitted within 1 month from the date of receipt. Usually, a student can expect to be reimbursed within 2 weeks to a month from the date of submission of the claim.

Contact Us

You may contact us if you have enquiries regarding insurance claims.

Student Service Officer: Ms Jane Lim
Contact Number: 6544 9107