St. John’s International School cater to the needs of young Malaysians and is offering 10 scholarships worth up to RM65,000 for qualified students who want to continue their A-Level programmes in Malaysia.
All qualified application received before the end of the closing date will be considered for scholarships. Scholarships will be awarded on a first come, first served basis until available scholarship funds have been exhausted. Scholarships will be awarded based on merit at the sole discretion of the School.
(Currency conversion for scholarship value is based on the 26 June 2017 exchange rate of USD$1 = RM4.29)
At A Glance
|Institution Name||St John's International School|
|Country Of Institution||Malaysia|
|Offered To Following Country/s||
|Scholarship Type||Merit Based|
|No of Scholarships Available||10|
|Per Scholarship Value||USD $ (5 x 50% off Tuition Fees; 5 x 80% off Tuition Fees )|
|Total Scholarship Value||USD $15,153.46 / RM65,000|
|Test Requirement||All Test|
Eligibility Criteria1. All scholarship applicants must sign up as student in Scholarships2u.com. 2. Minimum grade for SPM/UEC/IGCSE – 8A’s for 80% Scholarship and 5A’s for 50% Scholarship. Applicants shall submit certified true copy of their recent SPM result upon request. 3. Open to Malaysian citizens. 4. Open to all SPM/UEC/IGCSE students ages 20 years old and below only 5. Scholarship is for entire duration of A-Level programme only. 6. Scholarships cover programme tuition fees only. Terms and conditions may apply.
St. John’s International School or SJIS is a private-funded International School that is in collaboration with the La Salle Brothers Malaysia.
SJIS presents a new environment for students from different cultures and backgrounds to be nurtured in excellence in education, sports, and extra-curricular activities.
Good discipline and strong student-faculty relationship are emphasized to create an atmosphere of mutual learning within the School.
SJIS is part of the excellent scholastic tradition that began with St. John’s Institution, Kuala Lumpur in 1904.