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There’s still hope for STPM and SPM students
Source: TheStar Online, 16/05/2008

KUALA LUMPUR: Can’t get a place in public universities? There’s hope yet for STPM and SPM students.

The non-profit Hope Foundation would award places to students for various courses in private universities, at subsidised prices.

Its patron, Transport Minister Datuk Ong Tee Keat, said its educational advocacy programme was open to all Malaysians.

Hope, which stands for Higher Opportunities For Private Education, is partnered with universities and colleges that include APIIT, Inti, Limkokwing and Stamford.

Students with STPM qualification would need to have obtained a CGPA of at least 2.0, with at least five credit passes at SPM level.

SPM students need at least three credits to be eligible for ‘niche programmes’ offered at diploma level or to pursue a foundation level course.

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