Scholarship worth RM3m for first 100 B40 students in UCSF July intake

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KOTA KINABALU: University College Sabah Foundation (UCSF), a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Yayasan Sabah Group is offering scholarship worth RM3 million to the first 100 students in the B40 category enrolling for its July 2022 intake.

UCSF Acting Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Junaenah Sulehan said students who are eligible for the scholarship will receive sponsorship on their tuition and dormitory fees as well as cash allowances.

Established in 2014, UCSF offers diploma and bachelor degree programmes accredited by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA). 

Prof Dr Junaenah said UCSF is holding open interview sessions for the July and September intake at selected locations for SPM and STPM school leavers intending to pursue further studies.

According to her, UCSF Marketing and Corporate Communication team will be at various locations throughout the state to conduct the open interviews.

It will be kicked off at MB Hotel Tawau on June 14, Dewan Sipadan, Majlis Daerah Semporna on June 16, Harbour Mall Sandakan (June 18-19), Kota Marudu Community Hall (June 21), Pisompuruan Square Tambunan (June 23), Dewan PKS Keningau (June 25), Dewan Pa’ Musa Beaufort (June 28) and UCSF Sembulan (June 30).

The session will be from 9am until 3pm in all locations except for Kota Kinabalu (UCSF campus in Sembulan), which is scheduled from 9am until 4pm.

Among the diploma programmes being offered are Hotel Management, Tourism Management, Accounting, Business Management, Media Studies, Animation, Screen Arts and Visual Arts and Design.

While among the bachelor degree programmes offered by UCSF are Hospitality and Tourism Management, Science Sustainable Resource Management and Conservation, Arts in Development Studies with Media Communication, Business Administration and Accountancy degree programmes.

Those interested can call Morsede Mohamad at 01126169717, Arbot Maakut at 0146605627, or the Students Liaison Office at 0177050173/ 088-511173.-TheBorneoGazette

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