Funding, support and finance plans
Whether you are looking to self-fund, asking for employer sponsorship or seeking local funding, we have a range of options tailored to suit your needs.
Many companies are happy to fund the cost of their employee's professional development.
If your employer has agreed to support your studies, you can select 'invoice my employer' when you enrol, and they will be able to approve your enrolment instantly, at the click of a button.
You can spread the cost across the duration of your course (provided it is less than 12 months) with manageable monthly repayments.
If you are funding your studies yourself, the easiest and quickest way to pay for your course is to enrol online and pay in full by debit or credit card before your course starts. Alternatively, you can spread the cost of your course using one of our interest-free payment plans.
Interest-free instalment plans
Payment plans are available for all courses, regardless of the mode of delivery. You can spread the cost across the duration of your course (provided it is less than 12 months), with manageable monthly repayments.
We will set out the payment schedule upfront during the online enrolment process - simply select the course you wish to enrol for and begin completing the application process.
Contact us if you would like to enquire about alternative arrangements.
Local Funding Initiatives
The availability of funding for professional qualifications varies by jurisdiction. The following shows the authorities where financing is available.
The Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore (IBF) is the national awarding body for financial industry competency in Singapore under the IBF Standards - which were developed in partnership with the industry.
The IBF Standards set out the functional skills required for 12 industry segments and more than 50 jobs in the financial sector, guiding IBF accreditation of structured skills training programmes.
Under the Financial Training Scheme (FTS), company-sponsored students who are Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents, physically based in Singapore, can receive:
- Funding of 50% of the course fees for the STEP Certificate in International Trust Management and each of the four Advanced certificates that make up the STEP Diploma in International Trust Management
- Funding of 50% of the course fees for the STEP Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Private Wealth Advising
- Funding of 50% of the course fees for the STEP Advanced Certificate in Trust Disputes
Singapore Citizens who are aged 40 years or older may be eligible for an increased level of funding.
You can find more information on www.ibf.org.sg/programmes/Pages/IBF-FTS.aspx.
CLT International works with Global Finance Mauritius to offer certificated qualifications in Fund Accounting and Administration as part of a Human Resources Development Council (HRDC) initiative to develop skills for local professionals. Participants can enrol on the courses with the benefit of 80% funding by the HRDC.
You can find out more by contacting Global Finance Mauritius on firstname.lastname@example.org.