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TAR UC Sabah branch offerring 15 scholarships

25th March, 2017

By MICHAEL TEH

KOTA KINABALU: Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) Sabah branch is offering 15 scholarships to native students in the state.

Announcing this, Dr Pamela Yong, a member of the TAR UC Board of Governors said students who who meet the minimum entry requirements for admission to any of the TAR UC diploma and/or degree programmes will be eligible to apply for the scholarships which include tuition fees for the entire length of the programme of study.

For further information on courses that are available and entry requirements, the students can refer to the university’s website www.tarc.edu.my or contact the Sabah branch campus head, Chu Wen Tyng at 088-718481 / 088-718482.

Dr Pamela said this effort could help eradicate poverty.

“It is a well-known fact that education is one of the best cures of poverty,” she said.

She added that educaiton could help these studnets to escape poverty by developing the skills they need to improve their livelihood and be able to seek high-paying employment.

“It also helps generates productivity gains that fuel economic growth,” she added.

Meanwhile, Dr Pamela also said during the TAR UC Sabah branch’s Open Day (March 13-April 2), the university college would offer useful sessions with potential applicants including on academic counselling, career guidance, campus tours, business plan presentations, among others.

   
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