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Daikin Scholarship 2016

Daikin Malaysia Scholarship 2016

Daikin Scholarship 2016

Scholars (students) Eligibility:
1. Malaysian
2. Full time student
3. Student pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree
4. Already gained acceptance into Malaysia Universities (IPTA/IPTS). Preference will be given to students from IPTA.
5. Possess good academic result:

i. Students who will enroll into 1st year degree program
– SPM or equivalent – min 6As + pass all subjects. Good results in Mathematics, English, and Bahasa Malaysia.
– STPM or equivalent – min 2As + pass all subjects.
– MUET – min Band 4.

ii. Students currently pursuing 1st year degree program
– SPM or equivalent – min 6As + pass all subjects. Good results in Mathematics, English, and Bahasa Malaysia.
– STPM or equivalent – min 2As + pass all subjects.
– MUET – min Band 4.
– Min GPA or CGPA 3.00

6. Actively participated in co-curriculum activities and displayed outstanding leadership qualities
7. Strong communications skills
8. Possess positive attitude
9. Medically fit
10.Have not received any other financial aid from any organization
11.Scholars who are free from any future employment obligations
12.Students who meet the above criteria (a to k) are welcome to apply. However, preference will be given to students from families with household income of RM5,000 per month or below.

Contact
– For any further enquiries, please contact Ms. Shafiqah Ezznie Binti Muhamad (shafiqah.ezznie@daikin.com.my)

For more information on the scholarships and application procedures please visit Daikin Malaysia website.

Source by: Internet

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