Higher education is essential. Merit is always appreciated and should be encouraged to flourish, irrespective of economic condition. This is where scholarships play a vital role. They lessen the burden of rising higher education cost.
Well, scholarships do much more than lessening the economic burden actually. They help students focus on studies rather than worrying about tuition fees. They also remove the requirement of taking education loans which comes in handy when students start off their career.
At SEGi, we understand how important scholarships are, especially if you are starting off a University life. We want you to enjoy the learning process rather than worry about fees. Hence, we have a scholarship programme specifically designed for school leavers and in this article, we will tell you all about that.
SEGi High Achievers’ Scholarship (HAS)
Referred to one of the best higher education scholarship programmes in Malaysia, this scholarship aims to reward academic excellence and nurture promising young people to realise their best potential. Through this scholarship, we provide the best opportunities and benefits to our students to help them start off their career with ease.
You can get up to 100% waiver on your tuition fees with this scholarship programme.’
Who can apply?
We have some general criteria and some specific criteria for applying for this scholarship.
As per the general criteria, you can apply if you are
- A Malaysian citizen aged below 25 years
- Having high academic achievement(s)
- Active in extra-curricular activities
An additional recommendation by the head of your school is considered an added advantage.
Academically, if you fulfil any of the following criteria, you can apply for this scholarship:
- Current Form-5 student(with trial results)
- SPM leaver
- STPM student/leaver
- O-level student
- A-level student
- UEC student
Categories of HAS
In HAS, scholarships are provided under two categories:
Academic Scholarships: These scholarships are given out based on your academic achievements. Below is a comprehensive guide on the same: