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Scholarship & Financial Assistance
Widad College programmes is among the most affordable in the country. Fees are inclusive of tuition fees, examination and laboratory fees (selected programmes). The purpose of the financial aid programme is to provide financial assistance to students who, without such aid, would be unable to pursue their studies.
Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN)
PTPTN stands for Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (or National Higher Education Fund Corporation), and is a government institution that offers study loans to Malaysian students to pursue their tertiary education.
PTPTN loan is one of the top choices for students looking for education loans, given its relatively low interest rate. In addition, if you achieve a First Class Honours for your Degree, your loan will be converted into a scholarship, that is you will be exempted from paying back the loan! Students applying to study at Widad University College are eligible for PTPTN funding. The quantum approved by PTPTN depends on the applicant’s parent’s monthly household income. This aid is open to Malaysians only. To apply, please visit www.ptptn.gov.my
AFFIN Education Financing-i
AFFIN Education Financing-i is a Shariah-compliant scheme designed especially for qualified individuals of selected University or College duly approved by the Bank to obtain financial assistance for their education plan. Based on the concept of Ujrah, the financing will cover their education programme for a truly seamless study experience. Please contact our Finance Office for further details.
The Royal Widad Foundation
The financial assistance is provided by the Royal Widad Foundation to promising students from low-income families to pursue their dreams of obtaining tertiary education. The award of this financial aid is at the discretion of the Foundation and will depend on the financial standing of the applicant’s family.
Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja (KWSP)
This scheme allows EPF members to withdraw from their Account 2 to pay for fees for their children or for themselves to further their studies in a local or overseas institution. For more details you may visit the KWSP website at www.kwsp.gov.my.