e-Semakan “Change” Scholarship: A Chance for Malaysians to Get RM 10000

Deadline: 31 October 2019

e-Semakan is currently inviting applicants for its “Change” Scholarship which is aimed at helping students better cope with the ever increasing living cost.

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It is part of e-Semakan’s overall campaign dedicated to fostering a healthy, intelligent and responsible community. At e-Semakan, they are a strong believer that knowledge is vital in empowering beneficial “change”.

Scholarship Information

  • An amount of RM 10000 would be awarded to qualifying students whom e-Semakan believes share the same values, goals and dreams as that of e-Semakan. Students with ambitious but logical dreams are highly recommended to apply.
  • The amount allocated in this scholarship would hopefully be able to pay for accommodation, resource and examination fees.

Eligibility Criteria

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Applicants have to be a Malaysian, currently pursuing or plan to pursue a pre-university or undergraduate program. Applicants cannot be a full scholarship holder. (Scholarships that cover every possible cost associated with applicant’s study program)

How to Apply

  • The application process is very straight forward. Interested students would need to complete and submit the form available on the given website.
  • Successful applicants would be notified via email.

For more information, please visit https://esemakan.com/scholarship/

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