Sime Darby invites qualified Malaysian citizens to apply for education sponsorship to pursue full-time foundation studies at recognized universities/ private colleges in Malaysia.
Our scholarship will be offered to well-rounded Malaysian candidates who have attained excellent academic achievement, who demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities and potential and who devote time to make an impact to the community through their extra-curricular activities.
Recipients of this scholarship will be sponsored to pursue foundation studies to prepare themselves for undergraduate admission at top overseas universities in Australia, Canada, Singapore, United Kingdom and United States.
Pre-university scholars would be given priority for Sime Darby Undergraduate Scholarship Program to pursue their degree IF they meet the qualifying criteria upon completion of their foundation studies. The continuation of the degree programme is at the discretion of Sime Darby.
Good communication skills
Ability to demonstrate leadership qualities and potential
Actively involved in extra-curricular activities and sporting events
Minimum Academic Requirements:
SPM (minimum 7 As in subjects taken)
Fields of Study
Scholarship will be offered to individual pursuing the following fields of study:
Business: Accountancy, Finance, Business Administration, Economics and Finance, Law
Engineering and Technology: Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Computer, Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Sciences: Agriculture, Biotechnology, Food Technology, Plantations Technology, Plantation management
Medical and Allied Health Science : Medicine (MBBS), Pharmacy, Nursing, Dietetics, Radiation Therapy, Physiotherapy, Nuclear Medicine, Medical Physics, Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT)
Value of Scholarship (Local)
The sponsorship covers the following:
Full tuition and academic fees
Living allowance (accommodation will be provided)
Book and equipment allowance
This annual scholarship programme opens every year in February/ March. Only online application will be considered. Applications should take approximately 45 minutes.
Close Date : 31 Mar 2010