Have you ever thought of applying for a scholarship to pursue your longtime dream?
If yes, the Biasiswa Tunku Abdul Rahman (BTAR) by Yayasan Tunku Abdul Rahman (YTAR) is currently open for applications and will be closing on the 31st of March. With the aim of easing the financial burden which causes an obstacle for most of the families and students, this scholarship would certainly help ease the financial strain.
Every scholarship application has its own process and requirements; which is why the following tips will be extremely useful for you.
- Open to all Malaysians who are planning to pursue or are already pursuing their undergraduate studies in a local private or public university, in various disciplines.
- Applicants must have at least 2 years of studies left to apply.
- Priority will be given to applicants with a household income of RM 4850 and below, unique or extenuating circumstances.
- Submit your application at BTAR’s website HERE
“This Scholarship has made it possible for a first generation university student like me to pursue higher education. More importantly, it has granted me the opportunity to undergo a 2 year leadership development programme that will equip me with the skills and knowledge needed to become a lawyer who is committed to serve the people.”
With that being said, let’s take a look at our successful scholars who have been successfully awarded with this prestigious scholarship.
Tanesvaran had his fair share of scholarship trials and tribulations before he was awarded the Tunku Abdul Rahman Scholarship to pursue an undergraduate degree in Medicine.
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Adding on with another bright student; IP Guganesi; who hails from a single-parent household in Tapah, Perak has received the 2020 Tunku Scholar and is currently pursuing Civil Engineering at Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia. With the skills and knowledge acquired, she aspires to become a Civil Engineer who intends to serve her community as she hopes to venture into the construction industry with aspirations to be involved in the development of sustainable low cost housing.
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Yayasan Tunku Abdul Rahman (YTAR) was established in 1966 as a statutory body through the Tunku Abdul Rahman Foundation 1966 Act to support needy and deserving Malaysians to access higher education. Since 2007, YTAR has offered scholarships to 388 students pursuing their undergraduate studies in local public and private universities under the Tunku Abdul Rahman Scholarship (BTAR) as Tunku Scholars.
Let’s make use of this chance and spread the word to those who are in need of financial support to achieve their dreams. Apply now to become a Tunku Scholar or find out more about YTAR’s work to empower young Malaysian leaders and how you can support them at www.yayasantar.org.my.