The Admission Exercise for International Students (AEIS) is a centralised admission exercise conducted by Ministry of Education (MOE) in the month of September or October each year for new international students who intend to join the mainstream primary and secondary schools in January of the following year.
The AEIS consists of a centralised test on English and Mathematics that will assess the applicants’ English literacy, numeracy and reasoning abilities. Admission is not guaranteed, and is subject to the applicant’s performance in the test. If successful, placement will depend on available vacancies and the applicant’s declared residential area in Singapore.
The FIS Preparatory Courses for Admission to Government Schools (Secondary 1-3) are designed and developed to prepare students for the AEIS Examination. Upon completion of the Course, students are expected to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to sit for the AEIS Examination for gaining entry into the local schools, where they intend to pursue their studies for Secondary 1, Secondary 2 or Secondary 3.
The aim of the English module is to develop effective language use based on MOE English Language syllabus.
Pupils’ language use is reflected in the following areas of language learning:
- Listening and Viewing
- Reading and Viewing
- Speaking and Representing
- Writing and Representing
The aim of the Mathematics module is to develop the following based on MOE Mathematics syllabus. Mathematical concepts cover numerical, algebraic, geometrical, statistical, probabilistic, and analytical concepts. Students should develop and explore the mathematics ideas in depth, and understand that mathematics is an integrated whole, not merely an isolated piece of knowledge. They should be given a variety of learning experiences to help them develop a deep understanding of mathematical concepts, and to make sense of various mathematical ideas, as well as their connections and applications, in order to participate actively in learning mathematics and to become more confident in exploring and applying mathematics. The use of manipulative (concrete materials), practical work, and use of technological aids should be part of the learning experiences of the students.
Scope of study
All lessons will be conducted following Preparatory Courses for Admission to Government Schools (AEIS) (Secondary 3) course structure designed by Furen International School (FIS).
This is a 6-month, full-time course with all lessons held on campus. There are 6 contact hours per school day, 5 days per week for a total of 30 contact hours per week.
*The course will not be opened if there are less than 10 applicants for the same period.
At least 12 years of age as of 1st January on the year of course commencement.
Completed at least Singapore Primary 6 education or equivalent, and obtained a pass in an English subject at Singapore Primary 6 level or equivalent in country of origin.
Course Commencement Date
There are two intakes for this course. This course commences on 1st April and 1st October of each year. If either of those dates fall on a Saturday or Sunday, the course shall commence on the first Monday after that date.
Furen International School reserves the right to cancel a class/or programme if the minimum number of students enrolled is less than 15. Students may then choose to enrol for a later intake, if any, or withdraw from the course. For refund, please refer to our Refund Policy.
Furen International School is able to consider late enrolment after commencement of course on a case-by-case basis.
Course Delivery Mode
Face-to-face lectures, tutorials, discussions
|Course Fee||S$1300/ month|
|FPS Insurance Protection Fee||1.35% of the course fee|
|GST||8% of the above total|
|Damage Recovery Pledge (Refundable)||S$500|
|Total Course Fee||S$9,037.72|
N.B External exam fees are subject to external exam official website.
Above table shows the school fee for course intakes from 2023.
Click Here to see the Miscellaneous Fees Table.
There will be monthly tests for teachers to examine students’ level of understanding. These tests will include content covered during the month. If there is a gap in learning, such as school term-break, then the topic will be revisited and a short test will be given to see if the topic has been clearly understood.
There will be a major examination (i.e. Final Examination) in the month of February and September which will be in line with the actual examination. Students will be graded accordingly and further gaps in learning will be looked into.
Internal Assessment Mode