The National Higher Education Fund (Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi National, PTPTN) was set up with the aim of providing education loans to students pursuing their studies at local higher education institution (HEIs). This loan will enable students to fully or partially pay their fees and their subsistence for the duration of their study.
KOJADI EDUCATION LOAN
KOPERASI JAYADIRI MALAYSIA BERHAD (KOJADI) is established on March 12, 1981. The primary objective is to extend an effective educational loan facility to needy students to pursue higher education and secondly to nurture human resource into well-trained manpower for the Malaysian Community and the Nation. The idea of formation of KOJADI was initiated in the 1970s when many students were unable to further their studies due to limited number of places in the various local universities.
On top of this was the quota system practiced by the universities. Competition for entry into the Malaysian universities was especially keen among students. This left no alternatives to the students but to turn to oversea universities. However, going overseas for studies was an expensive option which the less privileged could ill afford. Without a study loan, capable students from poor family background would never be able to fulfill their aspirations and dreams. Many
SOCSO LOAN (PERKESO)
SOCSO Education Loan Benefit is an educational facility in the form of loans or scholarships given to dependent children of an insured person who receives regular interest payments and meets the eligibility requirements set by SOCSO.
EPF ACCOUNT 2 WITHDRAWAL
This withdrawal allows members to use their savings in Account 2 to fund for their own education or that of their children, including stepchildren and legally adopted children, at higher learning institution either locally or abroad.
YAYASAN SARAWAK - EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP LOAN (LOCAL)
The objective is to provide Scholarship loans for students pursuing their studies at the local Public and Private Institutions of Higher Learning.