Bank Scholarships

Hong Leong Foundation Scholarship Programme 2011

Hong Leong Foundation is now accepting applications for tertiary education scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to qualified Malaysian students for pursuing full-time Undergraduate Studies (1st degree course) and Diploma Courses tenable at recognised public and private universities and colleges in Malaysia.

IDB Merit Scholarship Programme for Higher Technology 2011/2012

The programme is designed to help promising research students to pursue a full-time 3 year PhD study or a 6-12 month post-doctoral research work in scientific disciplines that enhance development in IDB (Islamic Development Bank) member countries; for instance, health/medicine, agriculture/ food production, water resources/ desertification, energy/ infrastructure development, nanotechnology, development-focused ICT.

HSBC Scholarship Award 2010

HSBC Scholarship Award 2010 is now open for students who will be pursuing full time first-degree studies in 2010, in a recognised local public or private university or college. The HSBC Scholarship Awards aim to do just that by enabling deserving needy students to complete their first degree with a scholarship from HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad.

CIMB Regional Scholarship

In line with our vision to become Southeast Asia's most valued universal banking group, CIMB Group is committed towards building the region’s intellectual properties and capabilities.

OCBC Bank Local Undergraduate Scholarship 2010

The OCBC Local Undergraduate Scholarship, established in the 1970s, provides financial assistance to students who have gained admission or are eligible for admission into first year full-time undergraduate studies at local Malaysian Universities. The scholarship is also opened to undergraduates of these institutions.

HSBC Classics Bursary 2010

HSBC Classics Bursary 2010 is now open for Malaysians who wished to pursue their studies in classical music. Along with its annual HSBC Classics music festival which has showcased a whole host of talented local artistes alongside a few international names, the HSBC Classics Bursary is another initiative to help nurture Malaysian talent and develop the classical music industry.