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Malaysian Scholarships And Financial Aid For Students

This is the time of the year where scholarships are out in the newspaper or in the websites.  Two years ago, after my girl's SPM was out, yours truly here was so stressed up with anxiety and woes.  Thinking back, the stress was really uncalled for.... but being a mom or a parent, one is surely worried about our kids' future studies.  It is time to prepare their next phase of life, in or outside of their homes.

For students who are eligible and in need of scholarships, I would recommend that you check out this website every now and then...

http://www.malaysiascholarships.my

For those die-hard Facebook-ers, you can subscribe it and whenever there are scholarships, it will automatically appear in your account.  It helps especially we forget to check their website every each day.

Another foundation that I came across a moment ago is this link here below.
http://kclau.com/blogging/kkyscholarship/ 

KYY also known as Koon Yew Yin scholaships gives out financial aid such as foundation fees and living expenses for students in dire needs.

My girl is blessed with the KYY foundation, many thanks to Mr. And Mrs. Koon for their hearts of kindness and generosity....

For Perakians, please check out Yayasan Perak website, they are also giving out monetary token for those eligible.

Hope these above website help in some way or another... All the Best!




All students, irrespective of race and religion who have secured a place to study for the foundation course in any of the public Universities, including UTAR, are eligible to apply for scholarships from Koon Yew Yin.
The scholarship provided will be sufficient to cover tuition fees and cost of living expenses for the one-year foundation course.


Read More http://kclau.com/blogging/kkyscholarship/ - See more at: http://kclau.com/blogging/kkyscholarship/#sthash.fZC0oFh6.dpu
All students, irrespective of race and religion who have secured a place to study for the foundation course in any of the public Universities, including UTAR, are eligible to apply for scholarships from Koon Yew Yin.

Read More http://kclau.com/blogging/kkyscholarship/ - See more at: http://kclau.com/blogging/kkyscholarship/#sthash.fZC0oFh6.dp
All students, irrespective of race and religion who have secured a place to study for the foundation course in any of the public Universities, including UTAR, are eligible to apply for scholarships from Koon Yew Yin.

Read More http://kclau.com/blogging/kkyscholarship/ - See more at: http://kclau.com/blogging/kkyscholarship/#sthash.fZC0oFh6.dpuf

Comments

  1. Good luck to all applying. Top 50 automatically given and all straight 5A+'s also given what they call the government bursary, whatever that is - my niece is one of them.

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    1. I thought 9 A+ on,y given bursary?

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    2. Minimum, students will take 9 subjects, right? I think my niece took 10.

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  2. All the best to all applying.

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  3. Thank you for sharing the links Claire. They will be very useful to young people searching for scholarships.

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    1. I hope so cos now is the time to apply for them...

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  4. Wow, lucky you to be able to get scholarship for your kid! Great sharing!

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  5. Good sharing claire.. You are always sharing nice stuffs.. Psst, I got my Marine products last Friday..

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    1. Great to hear that, princess... will look out for your post. :)

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  6. Good luck to those who's applying!!!

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  7. Ahh reminds me of my time ages ago (sounds so old!) hehe.. Didn't manage to get any scholarships back then but took PTPTN and was lucky enough to have it waived in the end so no need to pay back! :)

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    1. First Class Honours!! Congratulations to you!!

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  8. Useful informations but not applicable to me already, hoho!

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  9. Thanks for sharing this and God will bless you. My niece scored 10As and I will tell her to check out.

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