KUCHING: Financial problem is commonly faced by students who wish to further studies in private universities.
Because of this, UCSI University – with 27 years of track record – has pledged a total of RM35 million worth of bursaries and financial assistantship to encourage youths to make bold education choices.
Studying in a local university like UCSI University does not limit opportunities of a graduate through the various international degree pathways and internship opportunities.
UCSI University Sarawak Campus, as the leading hospitality and tourism campus in the region is taking a more holistic approach for needy students and their families to ease financial burden of parents by giving different types of financial assistance.
The university introduced three scholarship schemes for SPM students with trial exam result, namely the UCSI University Trust Principal Scholarship Award, UCSI University Trust A-Level Scholarship and UCSI University Trust Pre-U Scholarship.
SPM students with 5As and above in their trail exam are eligible to apply for UCSI University Trust A-Level Scholarship and UCSI University Trust Pre-U Scholarship.
The campus has successfully gained international cooperative education partners and many students have fulfilled their dreams of studying locally and interning overseas.
Students can also choose to study at Zealand Institute of Business and Technology (Zibat), formerly known as CELF – The Academy, in Denmark for an authentic European experience through the exchange programme.
Apart from that, all SPM students are given a chance to enjoy up to 20 per cent tuition fee waiver, under the Education Assist Scheme for the diploma programmes, including Diploma in Hotel Management, Diploma in Culinary Arts and Diploma in Leisure and Recreation Management with minimum entry requirement of five credits in their SPM result.
The education assist is limited to first 20 enrolments only.
The enrolment for January 2014 intake is now in progress and the university accepts trial exam result for enrolment.
For more information, call 082-455255.