Financial Aid

What are the Financial Aids Available to Fund Your Studies at Private Universities in Malaysia?

It is important to plan for your studies so that you can successfully complete them. Having a budget and a clear understanding of what the financial aids are available will help you to achieve your educational goals.

Scholarships from Top Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia

Malaysian students after SPM, O-Levels, UEC, A-Levels or STPM can apply for scholarships from the best private universities in Malaysia for FoundationDiploma and Degree courses. Scholarships are also available for students with O-Levels, A-Levels and other Pre-U qualifications.

Apply for Scholarships with your SPM Trial Exam Results for January/February Intakes at Top Private Universities in Malaysia

Top Performing SPM students may apply for the Scholarship Awards for the January, February & March intakes at top private universities in Malaysia using their SPM Trial Exam Results.

Malaysia’s National Higher Education Fund (PTPN) Loan for Diploma & Degree Courses

One of the factors in choosing a university to study at in Malaysia is your financial ability. The PTPN Loan is offered by the Malaysian government to help students in their Diploma and Degree studies at private universities and colleges.

How to Apply for PTPTN Loan to Study Degree & Diploma Courses in Malaysia

Students nowadays have the opportunity to complete a diploma or degree programme at a private college or university with the support of the PTPTN Loan which covers some of the tuition costs at a very low interest rate of 1%.

How to Apply for EPF Withdrawal from Account 2 for Education

Quality education is the key to a stable career that will result in a comfortable life for you and your family. Students interested in this scheme will need to talk to your parents and ask them to withdraw their savings from Account 2 to help finance your education at approved institutions locally or abroad.

The Best Step-by-Step Guide to Choosing the Right Course in Malaysia

For some students after SPM, it can be a confusing time, rightly so because our education system and culture do not teach us how to make the right choices.

Choosing the right course to study in Malaysia

Now that SPM or O-Levels is over, for most of you the next step begins, which is choosing the right course to study. It is a very important decision and needs time and effort to choose the right one.

Clueless About What to Study after SPM or O-Levels

Many students are clueless after SPM about what to study and how to choose the right university that will equip them for a successful future.

Top 10 Tips to Choose the Best Course in Malaysia to Study

After having counselled thousands of students, I have come up with 10 tips that will help students after high school or Pre-University to choose the right course that would fit you.

What to Ask the Best Education Advisor About What to Study in Malaysia?

When choosing a course students need to choose based on your personal strengths and your career goals. Let the experienced counselors at EduSpiral Consultant Services take you step-by-step through the choices.

EduSpiral Career Assessment Test Malaysia

The EduSpiral Career Assessment test is used to help students after SPM, O-Levels, UEC, STPM, A-Levels and other Pre-University programmes to figure out which course would best suit them for their university studies in Malaysia. It is Free of charge.

Top 10 Tips on Choosing the Best Course in Malaysia

If you are not sure what to study, do ask a trained counselor and always make decisions based on evidence and facts. The decisions that you make now, can change your life forever.

Campus Tour & Visit to Top Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia

EduSpiral Consultant Services is an officially appointed representative of top universities and colleges in Malaysia to provide counselling and information on their courses. I provide personalised counselling to help students choose the right university by taking them on a campus tour. I also arrange to pick students up at the LRT or KL Sentral to visit the universities and colleges. It’s free.