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PTPTN borrowers will soon have to repay their loans in specific amounts depending on their monthly income by automatic deduction – whether they like it or not.
For those with an SPM qualification, you would most likely need a pre-U qualification to gain admission to a university or college. It is worth finding out more about each type of pre-U programme so that your transition into a bachelor degree will be easier.
As a parent, one of the expenses you may be dreading most is paying for your child’s education. From the moment they learn their ABC’s to the day they receive their diploma, chances are that you’ll be footing the bill nearly every step of the way.
Foreign universities are actually a very popular choice amongst Malaysian students. Its not easy for many students to have a tertiary qualification from a renowned university abroad due to costs etc. Fortunately, Malaysia currently has ten foreign university branch campuses that offer a substantial variety of courses. These branch campuses offer degrees that are identical to […]
We know how frustrating it is to juggle finance while pursuing quality education in both Malaysia and overseas. That’s why EasyUni, a local education website for student has come up with some of the most popular education loan schemes available here in Malaysia, as a guide for students to reach their passions and dreams.
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They seem so small and innocent when they’re young but soon enough your children will start to play a significant part in your financial life. The cost of raising a child in Malaysia can easily rack up to RM 500,000 and that’s not even taking into account the cost of college.
Education is important for the future and development of your child. As such, it is something that cannot be left out when saving for your child’s needs. It is especially important to save up for your child’s education, as the prices are steadily increasing, more so if you’re planning on sending your child overseas to […]
Though Bank Negara has stated its intention to work with the Ministry of Education to integrate personal finance into local schools’ curriculum completely by 2021, are we doing enough to help children embrace their future without landing themselves in bankruptcy or huge piles of debt?
Updated 24 Nov 2017 Worried that you won’t be able to afford the cost of education for your child with the current economic situation and the rising cost of living? Whether it’s locally or abroad, plan ahead for your child’s education with these saving options.
Tidak dapat dinafikan pendidikan merupakan salah satu keperluan asas yang penting, terutama sekali bagi mereka yang telah berkeluarga dan mempunyai anak. Setiap tahun, ibu bapa sentiasa menghabiskan ratusan bahkan ribuan untuk perbelajaan sekolah anak-anak.
The hike in Malaysia’s household debt stands at RM1.04 trillion currently (2015), or 89% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) – this growth of 3% from 86% a year earlier (2014) is extremely worrying. Tensions are higher now, especially when you consider the fact that HSBC Holdings Plc has reported that 57% Malaysian are […]
Bersikap sambil lewa terhadap pembayaran balik pinjaman PTPTN anda? Dalam satu temuramah bersama Timbalan Ketua Eksekutif PTPTN, Mastura Mohd Khalid, beliau menghuraikan apa yang akan terjadi kepada peminjam PTPTN yang tidak membayar pinjaman mereka dan berkongsi penyelesaian bagi peminjam yang menghadapi masalah pembayaran balik.
Heralded as one of the world’s leading country in Islamic Banking research, Malaysia is on track to becoming a global hub for Islamic Finance as it continues to record double-digit growth. With that said, 56000 experts and professionals in the industry will be needed by 2020 in Malaysia. It’s not just dirhams and dinars. As Islamic Finance […]
Have you been taking your PTPTN loan repayments too lightly? PTPTN Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Mastura Mohd Khalid tells us what can happen if you don’t make prompt repayments and how to get help if you are having difficulties making the repayments.
Going to college or university is an expensive affair. With the increasing costs of tuition fees, accommodation and other living expenses, there is a long list of things that Malaysian students have to consider when taking into account their college or university finances. In fact, many Malaysian students these days have to consider getting a […]
How much would it really cost for you to get a higher education in Malaysia? Is it true that Malaysia is the fifth most expensive country to study for a degree? Read on to find out more and to learn how you can finance your child’s education.
The National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) is popular among Malaysians as a way to save even more money if you’re enrolled in public university (which tution fees are already among the cheapest in the world!).
Are you ready to pay for your child’s college tuition? It’s OK to say “No, I don’t think I can,” because you are not the only parent worrying about how to afford tuition. The cost to enroll in college takes a big chunk out of any household’s finances. And due to inflation, the cost can […]