Yes, you can pay your course in three installments; new students must pay a one time initial fee for uniforms and their tool kit before the deadline set by the school, and any overdue balance must be settled at least 30 days before the term starts.
should a student is unable to pay the full fess 30 days in advance, the Institute defines the "Orientation Day" as the last day for making full payment and should there be no payment made by Orientation Day, students will NOT be allowed to commence their studies.
If students opt for the "A La Carte" application (each level of the certificate course taken individually), then the course fee is due 30days before the start of each level.
Fresh application fees are required to be paid should the student decide to take the next level of the Certificate programme wither in cuisine of Pastisserie.
All payments may be made by cash, local bank cheques, bank draft or postal order, credit card or bank transfer (Ringgit Malaysia only).