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3 years ago
Member since Jul' 2018
Answered 3 years ago
If you are interested in becoming a psychologist, the recommended course for you would be to continue your diploma and degree in psychology. For more information about the course, do have a look at Study Psychology in Malaysia. The page shows the different branches of psychology, the course fees and duration, the subject you will study, the entry requirements, an educational pathway and career options after graduation.
For universities that provide the course for psychology, do have a look at Psychology Courses provided by 42 University/Colleges in Malaysia.
Hope you find this helpful and best wishes!
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 for more details.
Hope you find this helpful and good luck!
Member since Dec' 2019
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 for a better understand on the course and career options in this field.
In order to become a flight attendant after SPM, you must ensure that if have passed SPM with CREDIT in English or any substitute credentials, pass in Bahasa Malaysia and one other credit in any other subject.
You do not have to go to flight attendant school or have a diploma in cabin crew and airlines services, however it is highly recommendable especially with more big and prestigious airlines around the world. So if you do choose to do this, after SPM, go to an institution that offers a course for cabin crew services and receive your diploma. If not, go straight to the desires airline recruiters and apply for a job.
Do have a look at Your Guide to Become a Flight Attendant in Malaysia for more information on the job choice your desire. The guide has information on the responsibilities of being a flight attendant, skills and resources needed, requirements of becoming one, top recruiters and institutions that offer the course related to becoming a flight attendant.
I hope you find this helpful, best wishes with you and your future!
There are many English courses offered to post-SPM graduates. The most common ones are:
1. The IEC's intensive english program
2. Specialist language centers: the British council, ELS English Language Centers, the Language House and many more
3. High education institution language centers: KBU, Stamford, Taylor's and others
British Council located in the Curve Damansara, Kuala Lumpur and Penang offer English courses and IELTS preparation courses. For more information, do have a look at the links provided below:
British Council KL, British Council The Curve and British Council Penang.
If you are interested in more options, have a look at Learning of English in Malaysia. The page provides the different institutions and various amount of English courses offered.
I hope you find this helpful and good luck!
Hello Teo Lai Chen,
There are very limited scholarships available for veterinary course as the course is only available of masters and PhD students. However, you can find general scholarships for any degree course or a scholarship particular focused in the science stream as veterinary would fall under that field of study. If there is no other option, PTPTN or student loans could be a final option for you and your daughter.
For more information, please do have a look at Scholarships and Loans on how you can financial support your daughter and her tertiary education.
Hope the information and links provided are useful, and wishing you and daughter good luck for the future!
You may view our comprehensive guide to pursuing Dentristry by clicking here.
For more info about the Dentist career, you can click here to read about it.
Hope this helps!
If you wish to pursue Medicine as a course, you will have to undergo a pre-u course before you can proceed to your degree, whether it is A-Levels, STPM, or other equivalent qualifications. A degree in Medicine would typically last 5 years, and after completion, you would usually go on to do your housemanship and specialise in a specific field of Medicine.
You may refer to our comprehensive guide to studying Medicine by clicking here.
Hope this helps, good luck!
4 years ago
Answered 4 years ago
Hi Farra Hani,
First and foremost, we can analyse your strengths and interests. How did you do in your previous exams? What would you consider your best subjects to be?
You can also talk to our counsellors so they can assist you directly and help suggest the best course for you. To contact them, you can click here.
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 SPM results with them before applying. If they do not allow you to use them, then you will have to wait till your official SPM results come out.
Hope that you find this helpful and good luck!