Citizens of Malaysia that want to go abroad for postgraduate programs can benefit from MyBrain 15. It offers MyMaster and MyPhD courses as full-time studies. Anyone who is a student of a recognized University in Malaysia or overseas can enroll in this program. Also, there are no restrictions when it comes to which subjects you want to study and what will be your field. Here, we will provide you details about how you can proceed with the MyMaster application. You will get to know the requirements and how you can apply for it.
Overview of Scholarship MyMaster15 Scholarships for Malaysian Citizens
- Last date of application submission: 31st March 2021
- Level of study: Any postgraduate program
- The subject of study: Any field that student wants to pursue studies in.
- Nationality: Anyone who is a citizen of Malaysia can take part in it and benefit from this program.
- How many scholarships per year: Number is not listed publicly.
- Where scholarships can be taken: One can take scholarship in any institute that has a status of university granted to it whether government, private or abroad.
Who is Eligible?
Anyone who is from Malaysia or holds the citizenship of the country is eligible to be a part of this scholarship program.
If one is looking to enroll in this program then the following criteria must be met.
- One should be a citizen of Malaysia.
- The age of the individual must not be more than 35 years as of 1st January 2022.
- The individual who is submitting an application should belong to any of the following categories:
- Individuals that are not working anywhere.
- People who do not have a stable and fixed income.
- People that work in private sectors.
- Lecturer institution.
- One who belongs whether belongs to the public or to statutory bodies or even the pensioner’s government.
- If you are among people that work abroad then you won’t be able to apply.
- You can only apply if your qualification is below masters. Anyone with a master’s or equivalent degree won’t be able to take part in MyMaster program.
- The following criteria must be met regarding academic qualifications:
- Must hold a bachelor’s degree from a government recognized institution and have a CGPA of between 3 and 4. Any equivalent degree or qualification would also be taken into consideration.
- Must take part in APEL (Accreditation of Prior Learning) which is a program by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency and should be stamped for entry into the Masters Degree Program (level 7 of the Malaysian Qualifications Framework).
- Must meet the requirements of entering a university and have received a letter of joining or has begun studies. The studies must span at least 12 months and in the end, one should be granted the degree of Masters or equivalent professional certificate.
- One should not receive any funding from other parties unless it falls into the following criteria:
- The applicant is from the public sector and has no fixed income or is not working. He receives research allowances and loans from other sponsors.
- The applicant is from a private category or a lecturer and receives funding from employers or other programs.
- Individuals associated with the government and receive funding that is not a loan or full scholarship.
- Must study full-time.
If English is not your first language then you are usually required to show a certification showing that you are proficient in high-level English speaking, reading, and writing.