2. What is the difference between PSEA Ad Hoc and Standing Order Withdrawal Application form?
PSEA Standing Order (SO) form is for multiple recurring (or ongoing) withdrawal of PSEA funds to pay for both tuition and compulsory miscellaneous fees for each and every semester. Once the SO is established with MOE, funds equivalent to your total tuition and compulsory miscellaneous fees, or your available PSEA funds (whichever is lower) will be automatically withdrawn each semester.
You do not need to submit SO form every semester/year unless you wish to change the standing order instruction.
PSEA Ad Hoc Withdrawal form is a one-time withdrawal to pay for tuition fee and/or compulsory miscellaneous fees for any one particular semester. One application form is to be submitted for each specific withdrawal.
PSEA Ad Hoc Withdrawal form is also used for one-time withdrawal of PSEA funds to pay/reimburse for approved selected fees and costs (e.g. compulsory hostel fees for REP students, compulsory screening/vaccination for MED students, enrichment programmes approved by the university).