Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Each official delegation should comprise a total of four members, which includes a Ministerial level representative as the head of the delegation, a maximum of two teacher union leaders and one teaching professional.

Each official delegation may be accompanied by a maximum of two Observers.

You may do so via the link here. All participants should note that each participating country should only submit one single registration for the entire delegation. In the event that multiple registrations from the same country/delegation are received, the ISTP organisers will refer to the latest version. Each delegation would also have to indicate a primary point of contact (POC) during registration. All updates and requests from the organising team will be communicated to the POC.

In case of incomplete registration, the POC can use the ‘Save’ button. Subsequently, an email containing a link to access and update the incomplete form will be sent to the POC. Once the form is completed, the POC can proceed to click the ‘Submit’ button to route the form to the organisers.

Please contact the organisers directly via the Contact Us form.

Each delegation would need to contact the relevant bilateral counterparts directly to arrange a meeting. An updated list of primary POCs for all countries attending the ISTP will be circulated to primary POCs periodically. Delegations may request for bilateral meeting rooms here.

Please visit Summit Arrangements for more details.

The Singapore Ministry of Education will provide accommodation for three nights (i.e. check-in on 21 April and check-out on 24 April 2024), inclusive of daily breakfast for the official delegation. If delegations require additional stays at the hotel, please contact the organisers through the Contact Us form and we will assist to inform the hotel. Do note that any additional stays will be at the delegation’s own expense.

Observers may indicate whether they would like to stay in the same hotel as the official delegation during the registration process. The organisers will help to make the required hotel bookings.

A two-way airport transfer will be provided for each country’s Head of Delegation and accompanying members who arrive/depart on the same flights.

For delegation members arriving or departing on different flights, please visit Getting there to learn more about the options available for travel between the airport and the hotel.

Delegations that require interpretation services should indicate so during the registration process. The organisers will make every effort to provide interpretation services during the Summit sessions. All other session will only be conducted in English.

A valid visa to enter Singapore is required if your travel document is issued by one of the listed countries/places.

All travellers are required to submit the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) within three (3) days, including the day of arrival, before arriving in Singapore. Submission of the SGAC is free and can be done via the SGAC e-Service..