COVID-19 Guidance

SRMC Important Notice

 

Following government reopening guidelines, the college will be able to conduct some practical lessons on campus from 2nd June 2020. All other modules will continue to conduct their lessons online. Strict precautionary measures such as social distancing and mask wearing will be in place and are to be strictly adhered to. Practice Rooms will also be opened for limited time-slots, with bookings to be made in advanced to ensure we keep within safety guidelines.

 

Students who wish to travel back to their home country should inform the Student Services Team of their intentions and make an application to do so.

The application will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Factors such as student pass expiry, student attendance rate and student conduct will be taken into consideration. Students who are deemed not to have a valid reason will not have their application approved. Students should also take note of the prevailing ICA travel regulations listed in the advisory dated 5th April, before making their application to the Student Services Team.

 

 

Procedures for returning students before traveling to Singapore

 

Please take note that all Student Pass Holders should not try to enter the country before entry approval is issued. If you arrive in Singapore without the necessary approval letters, you will not be able to clear immigration, and will be required to fly out of Singapore within 48 hours at your own cost.

All students and/or their legal guardians are to sign the Pre-Arrival Notification Letter and send it to SRMC-SS WeChat account before flying to Singapore. Students are not allowed to travel back to Singapore without the signed Pre-Arrival Notification Letter.

The Pre-Arrival Notification Letter will be addressed to the specific student. Thus, the Pre-Arrival Notification Letter will only be sent to the student after the student has submitted his/her Travel Declaration Form.

Students are to state clearly in the Pre-Arrival Notification Letter their student details, residence (full address) and contact information of where they will serve their SHN upon entry into Singapore.

Students who are unable to find accommodation in Singapore are to notify the Student Services via the SRMC-SS WeChat account immediately.

All students are to send a photo of their flight ticket to the Student Services via the SRMC-SS WeChat account, once they have received confirmation regarding their flight details. Students are to ensure that the information provided in the Travel Declaration Form matches the flight details given.

Procedures for students on SHN after arriving in Singapore

Upon arrival in Singapore, all students are to contact the SRMC-SS WeChat account within 12 hours to inform SRMC of their arrival in Singapore. These students will also have to confirm once again their contact number in Singapore, as well as the full address of the residence in Singapore where they will be serving their SHN.

Students on SHN are to have their temperature taken daily and are to report their temperature to the SRMC-SS WeChat Account every day.

As students are not allowed to leave their premises during the period of SHN, meals have to be settled via delivery.

Students on SHN are not allowed to leave their place of residence during the 14-day period, starting from the day of return. The period of SHN will be stated clearing in the Pre-Arrival Notification Form. NON-COMPLIANCE WITH THE SHN MAY RESULT IN DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS AND CAN LEAD TO THE CANCELLATION OF STUDENT PASS.

 

For the latest advisory, please refer to Ministry Of Health’s website.