KUALA LUMPUR: The MIC-owned Maju Institute of Education Development (MIED) is once again offering study loans to Malaysians enrolled in or applying to study in local or foreign institutions.
Although preference will be given to those enrolled at the Kolej Tafe in Seremban or the AIMST University in Kedah, students from other institutions can also apply so long as they have proof of rejection of their loan applications from their respective institutions, or for courses which are not available at Tafe or AIMST.
Applicants pursuing diploma programmes must have a minimum of four credits, including English and Mathematics for their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia while those pursuing degree programmes should have a minimum of three Principle D in the Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia or its equivalent. Overseas loans are limited to students studying medicine in Asia.
The MIED loan application forms are available online at its website www.mied.com.my. Completed forms must reach the MIED office by Aug 15.
- Dr. PUNITHAN SHAN
- I am a Alumni of Udayana Medical Faculty Bali, Indonesia. I love "tanah tumpah darahku" . I have been away from malaysia for 6 years. This 6 years in a foreign land gave me a chance to 'see' malaysia from a 'outsiders' view. I Learn to appreciate Malaysia more and more. Nothing can match the 'kebanggaan' when i say "i am a MALAYSIAN".