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New answer posted
3 years ago
Member since Jul' 2018
Answered 3 years ago
Hi Nurul Amirah,
Yes, A-Levels are widely accepted by Australian and New Zealand universities.
4 years ago
Member since May' 2018
Answered 4 years ago
There are generally no scholarships for students to further their studies overseas with a few exceptions, such as the JPA scholarship, Maybank scholarship, Petronas Sponsorship Programme, and a few others. These programmes are sponsorships, where you are bonded to the organisation who has sponsored you, so you will already have a job lined up for you back home in Malaysia. However, you will not have a choice in which country you will be sent to further your studies.
Another path you can take to further your studies in Australia will be to apply for the internal scholarships offered by the Australian university instead. By doing so, you will be funded by the Australian university, and you will not be bonded to any organisation. The con is that the amount given for internal scholarships are usually not as high as a sponsorship, and you will need to find alternate ways to fund the remaining costs.
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