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Students can restructure PTPTN loans at booth

KUALA LUMPUR: Borrowers who are keen to restructure their loan repayment plan can do so at the National Higher Education Fund Corporation’s (PTPTN) booth at the Star Education Fair 2019.

Repay PTPTN loans to fund B40 students, say M’sians

PETALING JAYA: Pay back your National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans because a debt is a debt, according to feedback.Copywriter Myra Tan Lee Lee, 27, said the PTPTN already emphasised many times that borrowers could discuss with them to pay back as little as RM50 a month.

‘Deferments will raise our debt’

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) will be RM76bil in debt by 2040 if it goes ahead with deferring loan repayments for borrowers earning below RM4,000 a month, says the corporation’s deputy chief executive (policy and operations), Mastura Mohd Khalid.

Student loan mechanism

IS it possible to make repayment of student loans such as the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans less daunting?

Public gets to ‘decide’ on PTPTN

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Higher Education Fund Corp (PTPTN), saying it has tried every tactic possible to get borrowers to repay loans amounting to RM6.3bil, is taking its case to the people.

Drop in PTPTN repayments

PETALING JAYA: There has been a drop in the average monthly collection by National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) this year.

Mixed reaction towards news of delayed PTPTN loan repayment

PETALING JAYA: Nays and ayes have greeted the news that fresh graduates who earn less than RM4,000 can delay settling their National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans.

PTPTN set to create new image

THE National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) is working on creating a new image, said its deputy chief executive Mastura Mohd Khalid (pic).

Programme promotes saving habit in pupils

PASIR GUDANG: A total of 216 Year One pupils from 32 schools in Pasir Gudang received RM100 each for their National Education Scheme (SSPN-i) savings.