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Become the Next Fashion Talent's Measures against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus

January 2020

With the recent outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), would like to assure you that we are doing our best to ensure your learning experience continues to be safe, without compromising on quality.

Since the last week of January 2020, we have undertaken the following measures:


(a) Daily Temperature Taking
Daily temperature taking has been implemented for all staff, and all students will be subjected to temperature taking before class.

If your temperature is measured to be above 37.5°C, you will be asked to stay to one side for five minutes, and then we’ll measure your temperature again. If your temperature remains high, we will have to ask you to return home, and we will work with you to make up for your class.


(b) Mandatory Travel Declarations
Mandatory Travel Declarations need to be made by all students. If you have not yet made your travel declaration, please fill up the form by clicking on the link below.

Travel Declaration Form for Students


Updates (as of 4 Feb 2020):

Any student who returned from mainland China (except Hubei) from 14 January 2020 or later should observe a 14-day Leave of Absence. If you fall within this category, please contact us at 3157 6111, or email immediately.

Any student who has returned from/visited Hubei on 20 January 2020 (Monday) or later should remain at home and not go out into a public place. They should also avoid attending classes at If you fall within this category, please contact us at 3157 6111, or email immediately.


(c) Seek prompt medical attention if you're feeling unwell
If you’re sick, seek medical attention and remain at home. This means that even if you are feeling any of the symptoms of a cold or flu (e.g. fever, sore throat, runny nose, and cough etc), please inform our staff, and will help you change your intake and waive the administrative fees.

If you have also recently travelled to a region that was identified by the Ministry of Health (MOH) as an area of risk, we will also work with you to change your intake.

Lastly, a gentle remember to wash your hands!
We’d like to encourage all students to wash your hands thoroughly with soap prior to entering class, and on a regular basis.

We are closely monitoring the situation, and we will be keeping any additional measures in line with advisories and guidelines from the Ministry of Health, as well as the Ministry of Education.

Take care, everyone!

Yours Truly,