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Hello Mir Fasya,

Yes, you can apply for a scholarship next year after you have received your SPM grades, however, you have to check which scholarships are opening or have opened already during the time you receive your grades back. For more information about scholarship, do click here...

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Hello Intan Nur Jannah,

   If you are interested in becoming an interventional radiologist, you must do a bachelor in Radiology and Medical Screening. For more information on this course, click here...

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Hello Amiesya,

The entry requirements for a law degree for an STPM student is just minimum of Cs. However, you will have to cross-check with the universities you wish to apply to because it depends on the institution and what they require. For more information on the law course, institutions that provide the desired course, and its entry requirements, do have a look at Law Course in Malaysia...

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Hello Adriana, 

Usually you're allowed to use your trial SPM results when filling in your application however it depends on the institution and the company you're applying a scholarship for. Do ask whether you can use your trial...

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Hello Ho King Heng,

Open University Malaysia does provide a Bachelor of Nursing.

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Hello Yasini,

There are still other options after getting your SPM results back. Either:

1. You can retake the subjects you have failed (SPM Ulangan), and in your case, you can resit the exams in June as they have BM and Mathematics re-exams available. However, be sure if you want to do this because it will take half a year of waiting. Usually students will do this if they have a specific pre-university or degree course they wish to enter. 

For more information, How to Re-take the SPMs Step-by-Step...

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Hello Jievitha, 

There are 14 institutions in total in Malaysia that provide part-time degrees for their students. The institutions are listed in the following: 

Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARUC), Segi University & Colleges, Monash University Malaysia, Asia e University, Open University Malaysia, Quest International University Perak, Unitar International University, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, Universiti Tunky Abdul Rahman Sungai Long & Kampar, Stamford College, Olympia College, Methodist College Kuala Lumpur and Brickfields Asia College Petaling Jaya. 

For more information on these institutions and the part-time degrees they provide, do have a look at Institutions in Malaysia...

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Hello Yasawafi,

There are three main pathways that can be made in order to become a commercial pilot. It is either; enrolling in a flight training academy that has been approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM), join an airline cadet pilot program (eg, Airasia or Malaysia Airlines), or pursue a 4-year bachelor's degree that has pilot training as a part of its syllabus.

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Hello Sethala,

It honestly depends on the type of job career you're aiming for and how much you're willing to spend after your bachelor's degree. 

The master degree is more broad compared to a certificate so there might be more job opportunities available for you. A master's degree may hold more significance and weight to your CV when your submit one because certain fields and higher-level positions prefer or require a master's degree.

On the other hand, a certificate is a perfect choice for individuals who want a more focused, more practical, more economical choice compared to a master's degree. The certificate is seen as a viable option for students to come up to speed with their course quicker and become more employable quicker too. 

Engineers prefer the master's degree even though it might be costly as the investment for it will pay off in the future in the field when you rise up in ranks. Starting salaries can double or even triple quickly when you rise up in ranks with a master's degree in hand. 

Do have a look at "Master’s degree or graduate certificate?...

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Hello Jennifer,

There are various career options for you in a bank; financial analyst, personal financial advisor, auditors, branch managers, marketing representative for the bank, bank tellers, data processing officers and loan officers. Each job position has a different fixed salary depending on their position and your ranking in the workplace. 

If you choose to do banking, we suggest that you presume your studies in Banking in order to work in the desired profession. You do not need to do your post-graduate degree or be a professional banker for the positions, but do study till your degree in order to work in either government agencies or private companies. The average salary for a banker is around RM2,000 to 3,000, so do keep that in mind. 

For more information, please have a look at Banking in Malaysia...

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Hello Mir Fasya,

Yes, you can apply for a...

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   If y...

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The entry requirements for...

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Usually you're a...

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Hello Ho King Heng,

Open University Malay...

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Hello Yasini,

There are still other optio...

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Hello Jievitha, 

There are 14 instit...

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There are three main path...

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It honestly depends on the...

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