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Kuok Foundation Berhad Loan Scholarship 2010

07.11.2010 · Posted in Malaysia Scholarship

Kuok Foundation Berhad Loan Scholarship 2010 – Undergraduate awards 2010 (privates universities /colleges).

Kuok Foundation Berhad Loan Scholarship 2010 invites applications for the above awards from Malaysian Citizens applying for or currently pursuing full time undergraduate studies at selected Malaysian Private Universities /Colleges.

Kuok Foundation Berhad Loan Scholarship 2010 Course Criteria

  • Undergraduate courses undertaken and completed in Malaysia only (including 3+0 foreign degree courses)
  • Accreditation by MQA (course accreditation can be verified at MQR portal at www.mqa.com.my
  • Priority will be given to science stream courses

The Type and Value of Kuok Foundation Berhad Loan Scholarship 2010 Award

  • Loans or half-loans half -grants ragging from RM10,000 to RM30,000 per anum depending on courses undertaken. Successful awardees will not be allowed to hold scholarship or financial assistance from other organizations.

For more information and downloading of the application form, please goto www.kuokfoundation.com. Please note that the completed form of Kuok Foundation Berhad Loan Scholarship 2010 should be received by the Kuok Foundation on or before 13 August 2010

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