Every child has the right to an education, for knowledge empowers. When children are able to make good decisions that help them develop physically, mentally and emotionally, they are setting themselves up for a bright future filled with opportunity and hope. Through education, children can lift themselves out of poverty, and become confident individuals who impact their communities.
World Vision Malaysia believes that every child deserves an education, and that is not limited to the communities we serve. Closer to home, scholarship opportunities are available to 30-Hour Famine participants wishing to pursue tertiary education.
Through a special collaboration between World Vision Malaysia and HELP Education Group, a scholarship fund of RM10, 000,000 is available for qualified 30-Hour Famine participants to pursue their education with the HELP Group for entry into academic years 2018 - 2022.
Below are the requirements to apply for the scholarship fund. Students who have completed Form 5 or higher are encouraged to apply. Applications are open now to December 2020..
Applicants must have participated in a 30-Hour Famine DIY camp, 8-Hour Kidz Famine DIY camp or 8-Hour Parent and Child Famine DIY Camp for at least a year, either as a camper, camp leader, camp committee member or a Countdown event volunteer.
Applicants need to have fulfilled the basic academic entry requirements for the particular course of their choice in order to receive the scholarship.
Applicants will be screened and interviewed at two separate rounds of selection to determine who will be selected as recipients of the scholarships.
World Vision Malaysia will screen the first round of applicants.
Applicants are required to fill up their application form available on the 30-Hour Famine website. Applicants will also need to answer a series of questions provided by World Vision Malaysia.
A total of 30 candidates will be selected to advance to the second round.
HELP University will contact the selected candidates.
Candidates will go through an interview conducted by HELP University.
HELP University will shortlist and select the 4 successful candidates.
Below is the list of pre-university and degree courses available for this scholarship at HELP University.
Foundation in Science
Foundation in Arts
A-Levels (Edexcel & Cambridge) * External exam fees and science lab fees are not included
Diploma in Business
Diploma in Communication
Diploma in Information Technology
Diplama in Early Childhood Education
Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Accounting)
Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Entrepreneurship)
Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Finance)
Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Hospitality Management)
Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Human Resource Management)
Bachelor of Business (Hons) (International Business)
Bachelor of Business (Hons) (Marketing)
Bachelor of Business Psychology (Hons)
Bachelor of Communication (Hons) (Marketing Communication)
Bachelor of Communication (Hons) (Media Studies)
Bachelor of Communication (Hons) (Public Relations)
Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) (Games and Interactive Media)
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Hons)
Bachelor of Economics (Hons)
Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons)
Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Business Information Management)
Bachelor of Information Technology (Hons) (Mobile Computing)
Bachelor of Management (Hons)
Bachelor of Psychology (Hons)
Bachelor in TESL
Bachelor of Tourism Management (Hons)
All courses are to be completed at HELP University. Transfer, twinning or joint programmes are not included. Visit HELP’s website (https://help.edu.my/) for more information on courses of study.
HELP University reserves the right to select the candidates for the scholarships.
Candidates must complete the 30-Hour Famine HELP University scholarship application form and attach copies of their academic results and 30-Hour Famine certificates of participation.
Late and incomplete application forms will not be considered for selection
World Vision is an international Christian relief, development, and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and their communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.
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