Fee waivers for students

Stamford College is offering special concessions for students who enrol for selected courses this month.  

This year is a special year for Stamford College because it celebrates 55 years of providing quality education for students. In conjunction with its anniversary celebrations, the college is offering discounts in tuition fees, including total fee waivers for the first semester of specified courses, for siblings of past and present students and alumni.  

For Malaysian students, there will be a 55% discount in the first semester’s tuition fees for certain courses. Students who enrol during the concession period will also be eligible for another 10% discount on tuition fees the following semester, provided they score a GPA of 3.0 or above. 

The anniversary celebrations mark a significant milestone for the college which has actively promoted a learning culture over the past five decades. Besides offering innovative programmes that help students build skills essential to everyday life, the college also has partnership arrangements with a consortium of universities overseas. One such partner is the University of East London (UEL) which offers degree programmes such as the BA (Hons) International Business and BA (Hons) Business Studies (Marketing).  

“We are delighted to be working with UEL as its degrees are recognised internationally,” said Stamford’s head of the School of Business and Marketing Philip Tan.  

“The university’s programmes meet the requirements of the dynamic business environment as they are relevant and contemporary. UEL’s graduates are job-ready and highly employable,” he added.  

Stamford College offers students the chance to pursue a holistic, quality education as it emphasises not only academic achievement but also all round, total development, Tan said.  

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