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Payment of Course Fees using SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) for Part-Time Diploma/Post-Diploma Courses



Payment of Course Fees using SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) for Part-Time Diploma/Post-Diploma Courses


Eligibility criteria for different SFC:


SkillsFuture Opening CreditSkillsFuture Credit Top UpAdditional SkillsFuture Credit
(Mid-Career Support)*
All Singaporeans aged 25 years old and aboveAll Singaporeans aged 25 years old or above as at 31 Dec 2020All Singaporeans aged 40 to 60 years old in 2020
  • $500 opening credit
  • Does not expire
  • One time $500 credit top-up
  • Expires on 31 Dec 2025
  • Additional one-off special $500 credit
  • Expires on 31 Dec 2025

*with effect from 01 June 2022

Please visit here for more information on SFC.

You can use the SFC to offset course fee payment. You are strongly encourage to utilize your SFC Top Up/Additional SFC before the expiry date.

You may login to MySkillsFuture Portal to check your balance of your SkillsFuture Credit.



Application Procedure:

These are the things you need to do in order to use your SFC to pay for your course fees.

  • Part 1: Declare SFC claim amount, make ePayment for miscellaneous charges and download SFC supporting document in SP PACE Payment
  • Part 2: Submission of SFC Claim via MySkillsFuture Portal



Note: The course start date, course code and fee amount shown on the screenshots are illustration purposes only. Please refer to your Course Fee Payment Email for more details.



Declaration of SFC Claim Amount in SP PACE ePayment Portal and Download SFC Supporting Document

Step 1: Go to SP PACE Payment Portal to declare your SFC claim amount.

Step 2: Enter your Registration Reference ID which can be found in your Payment Email.


Step 3: Click “Pay Now” link.




Step 4: SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) Declaration – you may login to MySkillsFuture Portal to check the balance of your SFC


Submission of SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) Claim in MySkillsFuture Portal


Step 1: Login to MySkillsFuture Portal to submit your SFC claim at least 60 days before the semester start date.









Step 2: Search for TGS code stated in your SFC Supporting Document (refer to Part 1 – Step 4 above).






Step 3: Enter the payment details from your SFC Supporting Document (refer to the highlighted fields in the sample below).





Your SFC claim is subjected to SSG’s approval. The approved SFC amount will be disbursed to SP within 7 days after the course start date.
Do note that the window period for submission of SFC will close on the date of semester commencement.