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apecxz
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  #21 Old 20-01-2008 Default

MARA would be much better..
you wouldn't want to work at the government hospitals for about 10 years, would you?

JPA bonded their students for at least 6 years..
MARA will never bond theirs..

think about it..
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  #22 Old 05-03-2008 Default

on mara loans, so we need to repay it back? what about if we perform well in our study at uni?


can someone say it will become scholarship... plis plis ehehhe...
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  #23 Old 16-04-2008 Default I got student loans while attending school

I got student loans while attending school, I graduated in May, so coming December I will start paying, one problem I moved to another state, I lost the paperwork and I forgot who my private student loaner where, I need to check how much I borrowed so I can start saving money. Is there a website that can list the loans that I have received, I tried my university but they only list the loans I have gotten through financial aid? Help please.
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  #24 Old 01-05-2008 Default Borang online?

Hmm is this the board for loan discussions?

Is it just me or there's no yuran pinjaman borang on the website?
Can someone try it out please?

If it's there, that means I need to start re-attending BM classes.
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  #25 Old 24-05-2008 Default any government grants available for treatment

We are wondering if there are any government grants available for treatment for children. We have a 6 years old Autistic son and his therapy is costing my husband and me $650 a week. We really can't afford this. We just wondering if anyone knew of any grants that could help absorb some of the costs. We have already applied for and he doesn't qualify because of our income. Does anyone have any information that helps us to qualify and get grants?
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  #26 Old 29-05-2008 Default

Hey.. If we do score well and excel during our studies.. which loan will be deducted? i noe ptptn will increase rite..but if we take mara loan and excel..we can pay less base on our results..can we?
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  #27 Old 13-12-2008 Default Re: Loan Services for SPM Graduates

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Originally Posted by Randize View Post
Apparently, not every student are lucky enough to solely depend on a scholarship. For those who are seeking for another alternative, loan service could be your last resource. However, the information on the net is just not enough. In conjunction of finding loan for myself, I am trying to compile a list of loan available for the other members too. I hope this thread won't be another redundant thread just becuase another member has already done it. I'm hoping someone to contribute any information regarding loan services in Malaysia mainly for SPM graduates, your sharing will be more than appreciated!

PTPTN - http://www.ptptn.gov.my/web/guest/pinjaman
Requirement:
- Minimum of 3 credits in SPM. (Any subject)
- LAN approved courses.
- No bond to any scholarship or sponsorship for any organization.
Loan:
- Covers for tuition fees only.
- 3% interest payback.
- No bonding contract
- The total amount of loan is determined by your course and your parents' income.

For more details, refer to http://www.ptptn.gov.my/c/portal/layout?p_l_id=PUB.1.22

MARA - http://www.mara.gov.my/english/divis...loanscheme.htm
Requirement:
- Eligible only to Bumiputeras.
- At least a credit in SPM BM.
- Specific fields selected by MARA.
- No bond to any scholarship or sponsorship of any organization.
- Parents' joint annual income must not exceed RM80,000.
Loan:
- Covers for tuition fees or possibly allowance.
- ?% interest payback.
- No bonding contract
- The total amount of loan is determined by your parents' income.

JPA - http://esila.jpa.gov.my/portaljpa.php
Requirement:
- Only for overseas study
- Must have studied at least 1 semester in Uni
- No bond to any scholarship or sponsorship of any organization.
- Only a member of a family is eligible to take the loan at a time.
Loan:
- Two different loan scheme : Medicine and Others
- Maximum loan of RM200,000

State's Yayasan
General Requirement:
- Eligible to residents in their respective state. Refer to your own Yayasan's site for more insight.
- Difficulty in financial.
- LAN approved courses.
- No bond to any scholarship or sponsorship for any organization.
Other Requirement and Loan:
- This loan may vary between states.
Yayasan Sabah - http://www.ysnet.org.my/loan.htm
Yayasan Sarawak - http://www.yayasan.org.my/spp2.html
For the other Yayasan - http://www.klsicci.com.my/NEWS/loans.htm

MiED - http://www.mied.com.my/loan-disbursement.html
Requirement:
- Eligible only to Indian.
Loan:
- ?

ECM Libra
Requirement:
- Have gained admission into local institution.
- Good academic and co-curriculum record.
- Difficulty in financial.
- Closing date : End of 2007
Loan:
- Full tuition fees
- Allowance (Optional)
- 0% Interest
- No bonding contract

KOJADI - http://www.kojadi.com.my/index-education.html
Requirement:
- Eligible only to KOJADI members with RM100 initial shares
- Have gained admission into local institution.
- Closing date : End of 2007
Loan:
- Has different schemes of loan up to RM50,0000

Sites that are used as reference:
- http://www.coursecentre.com/servlet/...OP&tg=fa&ty=se

You are welcome to post any suggestion or information, this post will be updated in times. Thanks!
Is it possible to get a PTPTN loan if i want to pursue my study for medic in IMU or Penang dental College since the cost is high?
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  #28 Old 17-08-2009 Default Re: Loan Services for SPM Graduates

Did anyone know about Pinjaman Boleh Ubah (PBU) JPA? I can't find any information about it.
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  #29 Old 24-08-2009 Default Re: Loan Services for SPM Graduates

is there any loan for A-level study??
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galfera
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  #30 Old 13-02-2010 Default Re: Loan Services for SPM Graduates

Hey,

I've been in an overseas uni for two years and I want to apply for MARA loan, does anyone know when will this loan be opened? Also, is the procedure for the loan the same as Post-SPM MARA scholarship ( with interviews )? And, I am a Political Science and Economics Double Major, do you think they I am eligible for the loan?

Thanks.
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