We have compiled these FAQs for your reference. Please contact us if you have further questions or need clarification.
How do I enrol?
Students must complete a Registration Form and acknowledge the Terms & Conditions of their enrolment. Parental signature is required for students under the age of 18. Students will also pay these fees (per subject):
Annual Material Fee of $80
Deposit equivalent to 4 lessons
Course Fees: Billed monthly and prorated for the number of lessons that month
The material fee is applied to the printing of class notes and other papers for the school year. The material and course fees are not refundable. The deposit will be used to offset the last 4 lessons of the year, or the last 4 lessons after the submission of the Withdrawal Form by the student (parental signature required for those under 18).
What is the class size?
The maximum class size is between 10-12 students as a result of social distancing measures, depending on the class size. A maximum of 2 spots will be available for students who need to attend a replacement class. Scheduled classes will commence with a minimum of 3 students.
Is there a trial class?
Yes, there is. We offered PAID trials which are pro-rated according to standard monthly fees.
What happens if I miss a class?
We upload in advance monthly/termly schedules for all subjects on our website. Parents and students are advised to check on the lesson calendar regularly for any changes and/or additional lessons in order to avoid missing lessons.
Students who miss a lesson will forfeit that lesson unless they:
Provide a notice before the issue of the next month's invoice is generated, in which case the monthly fees will be pro-rated; or
Furnish a doctor-issued medical certificate.
Students can make up for the session they missed with another class of the same subject on a space availability basis, e.g. replace the Friday Economics class with a Saturday one. Students who are unable to make up for the same subject may also choose to replace the class with another subject on a space availability basis, e.g. replace the Economics class they cannot attend with a History class.
All make up or replacement lessons must be completed within 2 weeks of the originally scheduled class or the option of the make-up or replacement class will be forfeited. Students are responsible for initiating arrangements for make-up or replacement lesson with Humanities Hub.
Are there extra classes during the school holidays?
During school holidays (March, June, September, November and December), there may be Bootcamps to help our students prepare for upcoming examinations; or Headstart programmes to prepare for the next school year. These lessons are part of the course and students are expected to participate. The fees for these extra lessons will be prorated accordingly and reflected in the fees invoiced. Students will be informed of the class schedule at least 8 weeks in advance.
Are there classes during Public Holidays?
There are no classes during Public Holidays but affected lessons may be replaced. This is because the tutors follow a syllabus and those whose class falls on a Public Holiday will miss out one lesson. We will work with the students and tutor to find an agreeable time to replace the cancelled lesson.
How can I withdraw from Humanities Hub?
Students must submit the Withdrawal Form at least 4 weeks before the last lesson.
The deposit they paid during enrollment will be applied towards these 4 lessons. If the student issues a withdrawal notice during the month when fees are already paid for, the deposit will be applied to the following month. The deposit will be forfeited if the notice of withdrawal is not issued.
Students absent for two or more weeks without informing Humanities Hub in advance will be considered as having withdrawn from the course and the deposit will be forfeited. To continue, the student must top up the entirety of the deposit.
How can I pay my fees?
Humanities Hub accept cash, cheque, PAYNOW, AliPay or internet bank transfers. Cheques should be crossed and made payable to “Humanities Hub Education Centre Pte Ltd”.
Is there anything else I should know?
Humanities Hub takes our students' learning experience seriously. We reserve the right to refuse to teach any student whose behaviour at our premises causes annoyance, distress or offence to others. Persistent offenders will be issued a warning letter and be dismissed from Humanities Hub. The balance of paid tuition fees of dismissed students will not be refunded.
Personal Data Protection Act
Humanities Hub respects the privacy of our students and parents, and abides by the legislation and guidelines laid out by the Personal Data Protection Act 2012. Any personal data collected will be used only for internal purposes. You can download and read our Data Protection Statement here.
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1 Coleman Street, The Adelphi
(next to City Hall MRT Station)
#05-04A, Singapore 179803