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Students pursuing degree courses at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) can get financial assistance from various sponsoring bodies and local financial institutions.
The lack of money is no longer a major deterrent to those wishing to pursue higher education in Malaysia. There are now numerous bodies which give out education loans with generous terms and a relatively low interest rate, allowing for greater access to higher education.
The following is a list of the institutions which provide study loans.
From UNDERGRAD, Kuala Lumpur.
The National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) will give out loans worth RM2.15bil to students in public and private institutions of higher learning this year.
Students applying for a scholarship under the Star Education Fund 2004 should use their SPM forecast results. Fund secretary Ng Kok Wah said that provisional offers would be made using forecast results but students must send their actual SPM results once it is announced.
BUMIPUTRA-COMMERCE Bank Bhd (BCB) is targeting to triple the number of customers using its Internet banking service to 150,000 by year's end, its assistant vice-president Khairul Nizar Abdul Hayee said.
MALAYAN Banking Bhd (Maybank) has managed to attract an impressive 1.2 million users to its online Internet banking service Maybank2u.com to date and expects the number to grow significantly in the near future.
Although the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) was established six years ago, many students and parents seem unsure about how it operates.
This week, StarEducation picks the brains of an education expert to put together a list of questions (and the answers) frequently asked by prospective students and their parents. The most common queries are on recognition, fees and loans.