SUBSIDIES & GRANTS
Calculating Your Course Fee Support
Singaporean Citizens and Permanent Residents enrolled in the Wiley Certified Data Analyst and/or Unity Certified Associate course may be eligible for course fee support under CITREP+, SkillsFuture Credits and NTUC UTAP.
Singaporean Citizens and PRs age 17 years and above
Singaporean Citizens age 25 years and above
Eligible trainees can receive CITREP+ course fee support of up to 70% or up to 90% for the Unity Certified Associate and Wiley Certified Data Analyst Course.
Does not include GST.
Can only be used on remaining course fee after deducting CITREP+ course fee support.
Up to 50% of unfunded course fee*.
Does not include GST.
*Unfunded course fee must be at least $20, and is obtained after deducting CITREP+ course fee support and SkillsFuture Credits usage.
CITREP+ is a programme under the TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) – an initiative of SkillsFuture, driven by Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and in partnership with strategic partners; Workforce Singapore (WSG) and SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), as well as collaboration with industry partners and hiring employers. TeSA offers various programmes to support professionals to upgrade and acquire new infocomm technology (ICT) skills and domain knowledge that are in demand, and to stay competitive and meet the challenges of a fast-moving digital landscape.
Regardless of your subsidy category, you must meet the attendance and certification requirements below to be eligible.
At least 75% attendance
Obtain the certificate by passing the examinations with a score of at least:
50% for the Wiley Certified Data Analyst course
70% for the Unity Certified Associate course
Submit all acknowledgements and claims within the stipulated deadlines.
You are eligible for up to 90% course fee support if you are a...
Singaporean Citizen aged 40 and above
... and up to 70% course fee support if you are a...
Singaporean Citizen aged below 40
Using SkillsFuture Credits as a Self Sponsored Trainee
Eligible Self Sponsored Trainees who wish to use their SkillsFuture Credits may use a maximum of:
Using more than this amount may affect your course fee support, and is subject to approval by IMDA and SkillsFuture Singapore.
Age 40 and above
Age 25 to 39
Using NTUC UTAP as a Self Sponsored Trainee
Eligible Self Sponsored Trainees can use NTUC UTAP to offset the remaining course fees.
This can be calculated with the following formula:
= 0.5 x (Course Fee – CITREP+ – SkillsFuture Credits)
Note: All NTUC members can only claim a maximum of:
Age 40 and above
Age 39 and below
$500 per year
$250 per year
To be eligible, the sponsoring company must be:
Registered or incorporated in Singapore and
Sponsoring the course fee of an employee, who must be a Singaporean Citizen or Permanent Resident
The sponsoring company will submit the claim application and receive the reimbursement on behalf of the Company Sponsored Trainee.
Small or Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are eligible for up to 90% course fee support if they meet the following requirements:
Minimum 30% local shareholding, and
- Company Group annual sales turnover not more than S$100 million, or
Company Group employment size not more than 200 workers
Non-SMEs are eligible for up to 90% course fee support if the employee is a:
Singaporean Citizen aged 40 or above
... and are eligible for up to 70% course fee support if the employee is a:
Singaporean Citizen aged below 40, or
If your company does not meet these requirements, we recommend pursuing the course as a Self-Sponsored Professional.
Using SkillsFuture Credits as a Company Sponsored Trainee
Company Sponsored Trainees are not eligible for SkillsFuture Credit usage.
Using NTUC UTAP as a Company Sponsored Trainee
Company Sponsored Trainees are not eligible for NTUC UTAP Credit usage.