At QIU, we believe that quality education should be available to everyone. Our goal is to help people from all levels of society reach their full potential.
We understand that different students will have different financial situations, so we work with a variety of education loan and scholarship providers to ensure that our students get the very best options to fulfil their education financial needs. Students can apply to the following financial aid providers:
PTPTN is the abbreviation of Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional. This is an agency under the Ministry of Education that gives study loans to students who are pursuing tertiary education in Malaysia. The loans assist students from public and private higher education institutions alike.
MiED is the abbreviation of Maju Institute of Educational Development MiED offers study loans to needy students who are continuing and pursuing their tertiary education in any recognised institution. The MiED study loan will only cover part of tuition fees which will be paid directly to the institutions. The loan approved is only for the current year of application.
It is open to all PERKESO members and the education loans are open to PERKESO contributors who are qualified for study loans. PERKESO offers educational loans to children of members who are receiving monthly invalid pensions.
KOJADI’s (Koperasi Jayadiri Malaysia Berhad) objective is to provide an effective educational loan facility for needy students to pursue higher education. The applicant must be a member of KOJADI. The loan amount is subject to the discretion of the Board.
Perak Higher Educational Loans are offered to qualified Perak-born students who are seeking financial assistance to pursue their higher education.
Penang State Higher Educational Loan are offered to qualified Penang-born students who are seeking financial assistance to pursue their higher education.
The YAKIN Educational Fund was established to give financial assistance without interest to families with a household income of RM 3,000 or less. The loan is available for KIMMA members only.
Selangor State Educational Loans are offered to qualified Selangor-born students who are seeking financial assistance to pursue their higher education.
Pinjaman Pendidikan Yayasan ANGKASA is for all cooperative members. This interest-free loan is available for the children of members who are not more than 25 years of age at the time of application. The member should not be more than 40 years of age at the time of application.
Koperasi Guru-Guru Sekolah Malaysia Berhad is for all cooperative members. The member must be an active member at the time they make a loan application.
All children of members can apply for an education loan for higher studies. Interest-free education loans within approved limits are being offered.
The Sabah Foundation is operationally referred to as Yayasan Sabah Group. The foundation provides education and educational facilities for all Malaysians in Sabah.
This withdrawal allows you to utilise your savings in Account 2 to finance your education or your children’s education (including step-children and legally adopted children) at an Institution of Higher Learning.
Open to all Malaysian Bumiputeras for postgraduate programmes. It is a collaboration between MARA and Bank Rakyat.