Limkokwing University announced full and partial scholarships to Malaysian students to pursue degree and diploma studies in a press conference held at the Branding Gallery on 20 February 2017.
The 1,000 scholarships are worth RM52.85 million and cover seven types of scholarships: the Sultan Ahmad Shah Scholarships, Limkokwing Thought Leadership Centre Scholarships, Utusan Scholarships, Cyberview Scholarships, Bumiputera Scholarships, Indian Society Scholarships and 50 percent Partial Scholarships for Malaysians. The scholarships could be applied for throughout the year beginning 20 February 2017, for the University’s four intake dates — in February, April, July and September.
Limkokwing University’s Vice President of Corporate Relations Dato’ Fajura Juffa Mohd Mustafa Kamal said the scholarships will be provided to all eligible Malaysians, especially from the bottom 40 percent group of society.
“In Limkokwing University, we want every student who did not get straight As and those who lack funds, to study with us and excel in their life,” Dato’ Fajura explained at the press conference. “We welcome students who have obtained at least five credits in their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia examination (for degree programmes), three credits (diploma) or level three Malaysian Skills Certificate (SKM) for skills courses.”
Limkokwing University constantly reviews and upgrades its programmes to reﬂect changes in the industry. This puts its graduates ahead of others, because they are tech-competent, globally networked, highly creative, ﬂuent with presentations skills, and geared for a globalised career pathway.
Limkokwing University programmes empower the new generation with 21st century skills for the most in-demand and high-income careers of the future. Students have a wide range of disciplines to choose from which include mobile games development, software engineering, digital media, architecture and many other technological and digitally-driven programmes.
For more information kindly visit www.limkokwing.net/registration or call +603 8317 8888.