Funds for studies a big concern for many

Getting a clearer picture: Saheera Qistina Sharmizan (in a wheelchair), who fractured her coccyx (the tailbone), listening to a speaker at the fair.

KUALA LUMPUR: Money was on the minds of many visitors to the Star Education Fair 2017, according to National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) Terminal Bersepadu Selatan branch manager Badrul Hisyam Azhar.

“We have been receiving many enquiries on how to obtain a PTPTN loan,” he said at the PTPTN booth during the fair yesterday.

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