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TAN SRI LEE LOY SENG FOUNDATION 2017

INFORMATION ON SCHOLARSHIP
The TAN SRI LEE LOY SENG FOUNDATION is an educational foundation which among other charitable activities, award scholarships to Malaysian students irrespective of their race and religion. The scholarship is tenable for the period laid down for the course of study leading to a first degree in local institutions of higher learning and will be offered on a year-to-year basis based on successful results obtained annually.

VALUE OF EACH SCHOLARSHIP
The value of each scholarship shall be RM5,500.00 per academic year for diploma courses and between RM8,000.00 to RM9,500.00 per academic year for first degree courses, depending on the course taken.

APPLICANTS MUST :-
• Be a Malaysian citizen and resident.
• Show financial need for the scholarship support.
• Fulfill the academic and other conditions required in taking up a place at one of the local universities or colleges.
• Obtain good academic results for Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) and Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM).
• Possess a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.80 and above for undergraduates who are currently studying in local colleges / universities.
• Not holding a scholarship / study loan from any other organization.

SELECTION CRITERIA
When considering each application, the Management Committee of the Foundation will take into account not only the applicant’s financial position and academic achievements but also :-
• Attributes which indicate that the applicant is likely to become an outstanding citizen.
• Personal qualities and character and the extent to which the applicant has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities.
• Achievements in non-curricular activities including sports.
• Community involvements and activities.

HOW TO APPLY
1. Applications for scholarship from the Foundation shall be opened from now until 15 September 2017. All Applications for scholarship must be made on the appropriate forms obtainable from :-
(A) Manager
Tan Sri Lee Loy Seng Foundation
39 Persiaran Zarib 1
Taman Pinji Mewah
31500 Lahat
Perak Darul Ridzuan
OR
(B) Wisma Taiko
1 Jalan S P Seenivasagam
30000 Ipoh
Perak Darul Ridzuan
OR
(C) By sending a self-addressed, stamped (RM0.70 stamp) envelope to Address (A).
All completed application forms should reach Address (A), not later than 15 September 2017.

2. Application forms are also obtainable HERE and also can obtainable from the Office of the Bahagian Hal Ehwal Pembangunan Pelajar & Alumni of the Main/ Branch Campuses of Universiti Sains Malaysia.
3. Please read and understand fully, the instructions on the front page of the application form before you attempt to fill the form.
4. Short-listed applicants are required to attend a personal interview. Any applicant who has not been invited for an interview should be considered unsuccessful.

Tasek Corporation Berhad Scholarship 2017

TASEK CORPORATION BERHAD(4698-W), a public company listed on Bursa Malaysia offering scholarships to deserving Malaysian students who are pursuing full-time Degree courses at universities in Malaysia.

1)    FIELDS OF STUDY

a)Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Mechanical

b)Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Electrical

c)Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Chemical

d)Bachelor of Enhineering (Hons.) Materials and Mineral Resources

e)Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Mechatronics

f)Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) Process and Technology

 

2)    APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

a)Malaysian citizen who has graduated or  full-time student who has obtained admission to pursue or currently pursuing studies at universities which are established or registered under the laws regulating such establishment or registration in Malaysia or authorized by any order made under Section 5A of the Universities and University Colleges Act 1971.

b)Good academic results. Record of active participation in extra curricular activities is added advantage.

c)Individual with high energy who seeks a challenging rewarding career ipon registation.

d)Must not be a recipient of any other scholarship or award from other organisations or foundations or is bonded by any educational institution or organization.

e)Successful applicants will have to enter into an Agreement to serve the Company for a specified period of time upon graduation.

More info – http://www.tasekcement.com/index/home/scholarship_program.html

Application form – http://www.tasekcement.com/cg/sc_form.pdf

Deadline – 30 September 2017

School of Pharmacy FAQ

  1. Where is the school situated?
    The school of Pharmaceutical Sciences is located beside the Pusat Informm building. If you come in from Bukit Gambir gate (preferable), go straight until you pass by a small bridge , then turn to your left, our school is few miles away. If you come in from Sungai Dua gate, go straight till you meet a T-junction, turn to your left and go straight till the end of the road, then turn right until a Y-junction. Turn to the left , go straight (Pusat Informm will be at your right hand side), turn to your right before the small bridge and go straight to our school.
  2. Are there bus to our school? Are there nearby bus stop?
    There is bus to our school and it will stop by the bus stop located beside the Jabatan Keselamatan building. No worries, we will guide and teach you guys on orientation week. Anyway, there is shortcut to our pharmacy school using IK(Desasiswa Indah Kembara) Cafe . We are ready to teach you guys! 🙂 Hence, we usually prefer to walk( morning exercise for us and save time, you can have more sleep XD).

    More information will be given on orientation week.

  3. Are there food near the school?
    Yes, Indah Kembara and Fajar Harapan Cafe is the two nearest cafe from the school. Bakti Permai Cafe can be a choice for your lunch spot too(there is shortcut to this cafe XD).
  4. Do we need bring laptop and printer?
    Yes, especially when you want to do your assignment. Sometimes there will be online assignments in e-learning. Printing service is provided at Cai Lab(in pharmacy school) and at DK Foyer(inside USM). Otherwise, you can print or photostat your assignment nor lecture notes at sungai dua or ivory area(outside USM).But you can still bring it for your own convenience.
  5. We need to buy lab coat and goggles?
    Yes. Need to wore during experiment times.
  6. Where to purchase our lab coat?
    School of Pharmaceutical Sciences office. You guys will get the size measurement on orientation week.
  7. What is the proper attire for attending lectures ?
    In discussion on this issue, USM is comparatively liberal among public universities. Students do not have to wear formal to attend classes every day. Some lecturers will request us to wear formal for thier classes. It depends on the lecturer. We wear long pants and covered shoes. Collar T is much more preferable than rounded neck t-shirts in our school. Anyway, rounded neck t-shirts are also acceptable in USM.
  8. Where do we having our class?
    All in DK (Dewan Kuliah)Y and DK X first floor of our school.For lab sessions ,will be at the labs.
  9. Will there be a lot of assignments and quiz?
    Yeah, of course! Time management is very important.
  10. What about the timetable?
    Do not expect university life for this course to be free. class starts at 9am to 5pm. Manage your time well and get enough of rest (You will know it soon XD).
  11. What is the minimum point to get 1st class? What if I get 1st class honoured? What is the Dean list requirement?
    In order to get honoured as first class degree holder, you have to maintain your cumulative grade point average, or CGPA at or above 3.67 over 4.00 by graduation. Well, being honoured first class you can fully waive your PTPN loan and might get higher chances to be employed and better salary(of course, your extra-curricular activities’ involvement and your performance play important role too!) .

    For dean list requirement, CGPA at or above 3.67.

  12. What is unit? What to do with it?
    Units, is just another term as credit hours in other institutions. You need to accumulate certain amount of units in order to graduate.
  13. Do we need to bring original certificates? Need to be certified?
    If you’re applying ptptn, you don’t need to bring the original copy of certificates. Photostated copies will do. If you plan to apply for scholarships, you will have to bring along your original copies.
  14. Is that easy for us to buy stuffs? Or we need to buy them beforehand?
    There are market and shops nearby and at a few hostels’ cafeteria. Just bring the essential stuffs you think you’ll need. Besides, you can hang out with friends to nearby Sungai Dua Tesco and Queensbay to buy your stuff. No worries, penang is very convenience.
  15. Lectures will be conducted in which language?
    In English for most of the courses, except in few university courses such as Bahasa Melaysia, Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia (TITAS), Hubungan Etnik and so on.
  16. Pharmacy exam papers easy to score?
    It depends.Passing Grade for our school is higher ,B-. Investment of time and effort is crucial in order to get good result and further understanding.No Pain, No Gain! Let’s do it!
  17. How to register the courses for the first semester?
    For the first semester, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences provided automatic courses registration. Students are only required to check the courses that auto-registered.
  18. Where to get lectures notes and past year?Any textbooks needed?
    In our school, there is PHARMILY, which means all of you will have a pharmily and direct seniors(2nd year) . They will pass their notes and past year to you guys. NO worries about that.:)

    So far no textbooks needed like other courses.Lectures will be conducted in power points slides and you may print out the handouts /lecture notes. You might buy second handed reference books from seniors or borrow from the library.

  19. How do students get access to Internet?
    Within USM compound, students can connect to USM network using their own IDs which will be given upon entering USM. However, being able to connect does not guarantee the speed of the connection.
  20. Must all students join any co-curricular activities?
    USM does not force students to join co-curricular activities.For example, Traditional dance, Latin Dance, Catan ,Swimming and etc. However, students might need the units (credit hours) from co-curricular activities to graduate successfully. So, for our course,we will join co-curicular for 3 semesters to accumulate units. 1st year students will be given more information during orientation week.

    USM also have a lot of societies or clubs which they can choose to join. These societies or clubs offer NO units. However, by joining those societies or clubs, students will be able to gain MyCSD points (important to secure a hostel room in second year). MyCSD is My Continuous Student Development in full. It is a program that intends to build a holistic student personality under the APEX program. Having a low MyCSD points will lessen the chance of getting a room in subsequent year in USM. Again, joining these societies or clubs is based on students own preference.

  21. What activities or events are offered?
    There are a lot of activities under pharmacy school. For example, Assimilation Week(compulsory for first year),Pharmatrade,Pharmex,Pharmakon,Pharmnight, Pharmacy Carnival,Green Lung,National RX Quiz, National Pharmacy Debate Competition,MIEH, Run For Your Health, Jakti,Baktisiswa, Community Outreach Program,Lawatan Academic and etc. All this activities and events are to collect MyCSD.

    Besides, USM Pharmacy students are encouraged to join MyPSA(Malaysian Pharmacy Students’ Association) and try to apply as their subcommittee to explore yourself while working together with other universities pharmacy students.

  22. Can students drive in USM? How to get the sticker?

First year students are NOT allowed to bring in any vehicles .If students get caught driving any unregistered vehicle in USM, they will receive a summon. Students can only bring their own vehicle to USM start from second year. Still, students have to get a sticker and register their own vehicle with Jabatan Keselamatan in USM. In order to entitle a sticker, students have to be active in societies and clubs. Stickers are limited and they are only given to students who are actively participating in the clubs.

For further information please check this link:

http://www.pha.usm.my/index.php/en/

School of Physics FAQ

  1. There is how many majors in the school of physics?

There will be five major physic courses that will be provided by School of Physic of USM.
-Pure Physic
-Applied Physic
-Geophysics
-Medical Physics
-Engineering Physics

  1. Are we able to request to transfer to other Physic major after come in to USM?

There is a few of successful cases of transferring major in School of Physic in USM, but it doesn’t mean that 100% of the application will be approved by the school. It is actually depend on the situation and the discussion with the dean of school. The procedure of transfer application will some times to process. We will need to discuss with our academic advisor( will be appointed after a few weeks of school reopen), and then apply it at the service counter of School of Physic.

  1. What will we be studying during our first year?

All physics major student will be mix together to attend class together during their first year which mean the subject we take in the first year are actually all the same. The syllabus of first year will be 50-60% similar with the syllabus of form 6 and matriculation. All first year student are advised to revise back the form 6 and matriculation syllabus so they can cope with the university syllabus.

  1. When we will be able to learn more specific in our own major?

When the first year life are finish, we will start to focus more on our major. What we learn on first year is to build our basic, when second year start, we will start to attend class according to our own major.

  1. Are the lecturers nice? Are they good in teaching?

University is a place for us to grow up and to be independent. So please take note about the big difference of the learning style in university and high school. In university, we have to be more self-motivated to do revision or learning. Every lectures have their own teaching style, we can’t say who is either good or bad, but is just the matter of whether you can suit with it or not.

  1. When will we be doing our internship?

We will go for our internship in the last semester which is the eight semester.

  1. How is my final result calculated?

In School of Physics, our final result will be calculated by adding the coursework marks and the final exam marks. The coursework marks will be 40% of the final result and the final exam will take 60%. The addition of these both marks will be our final marks of that semester.

  1. What is the proper attire to attend lectures and tutorial classes?

In discussing this issue, USM is comparatively liberal among public universities. Students do not have to wear formal to attend classes every day. As long as they wear long pants and covered shoes.  Round neck t-shirts are also acceptable in USM.

  1. How do students get accessed to Internet?

Within USM compound, students can connect to USM network using their own IDs which will be given upon entering USM. However, being able to connect does not guarantee the speed of the connection.

  1. Can students choose not to attend lectures or tutorials?

Students are required to have at least 70% and above attendance or else they may be barred from final examinations. So, students are not endorsed to skip lectures and tutorials. Moreover, lecturers might give tips for examinations during certain lectures or tutorials. Some lecturers may choose to give pop quizzes to ensure students attend their classes.

  1. Must all students join co-curricular activities?

USM does not made compulsory for students to join co-curricular activities. However, students might need the units (credit hours) from co-curricular activities to graduate successfully. So, to join or not is up to students own preferences. 1st year students will be given more information during orientation week.

USM also have a lot of societies or clubs which they can choose to join. These societies or clubs offer NO units. However, by joining those societies or clubs, students will be able to gain MyCSD points (important to secure a hostel room in second year). MyCSD is My Continuous Student Development in full. It is a program that intends to build a holistic student personality under the APEX program. Having a low MyCSD points will lessen the chance of getting a room in subsequent year in USM. Again, joining these societies or clubs is based on students own preference.

  1. Can students drive in USM? How do we get the sticker?

First year students are NOT allowed to bring in any vehicles into USM. If students get caught driving any unregistered vehicle in USM, they will receive a summon. Students can only bring their own vehicle to USM start from second year. Still, students have to get a sticker and register their own vehicle with Jabatan Keselamatan in USM. In order to entitle a sticker, students have to be active in societies and clubs. Stickers are limited and they are only given to students who are actively participating in the clubs.