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Writes ANOTHER POOR MEDICAL STUDENT of Kajang.
Twelve International Medical University (IMU) students are in a fix as the financial aid provided by the Government is not enough to cover their fees.
Parents worried about the raising cost of higher education can now turn to the National Education Saving Scheme (SSPN). The Prime Minister said the scheme would allow Malaysians to plan ahead for their children's higher education.
The country's first e-learning university, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (Unitar), has reached a new milestone with the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Northwood University (NU) in the United States.
Wong Min Choo has been determined to find a cure for cancer since she was 12 years old.
Deivanai Thayagarajan had barely started primary school when her father passed away in 1992. Her mother S. Santha Bai Thiagarajan became the sole breadwinner, working hard as a clerk to put her and her two elder siblings through school. Deivanai, who scored 9As in her SPM, developed an interest for medicine and decided to pursue a medical degree.
The 33 top scorers who accepted offers of places in private medical schools need only graduate as doctors to qualify for full scholarships provided by the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN).
From Concerned Parent - via e-mail
Students intent on pursuing pharmacy can now save costs as the International Medical University (IMU) is offering a degree programme that can be completed locally.
Students vying for places in critical courses such as medicine in public universities may in future be required to pass an admission interview to secure a place.