This one is for school-leavers looking for some education funding.
Right off The Star page..
Every year, The Star collaborates with the best educational institutions, both local and abroad, to award deserving students a chance to pursue a higher education. These scholarships cover a wide range of fields and disciplines, from entry-level courses to postgraduate education, professional studies to vocational training.
The best thing is the scholarship are all bond-free.
Malaysian citizens not more than 25 years of age. *except for postgraduate courses
Excel in extra-curricular activities or active in sports.
Not bonded to or in receipt of any financial aid or awards from other educational institutions or organisations.
Possess reasonably good result in SPM / UEC or equivalent (for Foundation / Diploma courses).
Possess reasonably good results in STPM / UEC or equivalent (for Degree courses).
Download the form here.
Complete the Scholarship Application Form and submit it with the required documents to the stated address.
Applicants are encouraged to apply for admission into respective institutions separately.
Only shortlisted scholarship applicants will be notified.
Completed applications must reach:
The Star Education Fund
c/o Star Publications (M) Bhd
15 Jalan 16/11 Section 16
46350 Petaling Jaya Selangor
within two (2) weeks after the release of SPM or STPM results. Late applications will not be considered.
For further enquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03-7967 1388 ext. 1642 / 1643
LISTING of approved colleges
Brickfields Asia College
LLB (University of London)
Equator College, Penang
Diploma in Graphic & Multimedia Design
Diploma in Interior Design
Diploma in Fashion Design Technology
Diploma in Fine Art
Check out The Star for more colleges and other/further details.
By the way, this may be useful to know:
PUTRAJAYA: THIS year's Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) results will be released on March 3, about two weeks earlier than the before. Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh announced this yesterday after a meeting with several key stakeholders in private higher education.