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30 April 2017 / 3. Shabaan 1438

Australian Student Loan 2017

Posted on Fri, 2017-03-10 10:51

The World Federation is pleased to announce an incredible opportunity for one student to study in Australia!

Our Australian Loan is available to one student of any gender and profession, who wishes to pursue their higher education in Australia. This is the second time this offer has been available, the first being in 2010. The two students who received this loan are now both working and paying back their loans. One of the students had previously studied Neuroscience at the University of Sydney for three years and used this loan to study for a Master’s degree in Diagnostic Radiotherapy. He is currently working at a private medical imaging centre in Sydney.

The other recipient studied Civil Engineering at the University of Adelaide having already completed a diploma course at Kuala Lumpar Infrastructure University College. He is currently working as an Assistant Site Manager for a contracting firm.

We are offering a maximum of $20,000 AUD per academic year for a maximum of four years for one student from our Khoja community.

How to Apply:

 

All hard copies of the loan application form should be completed and returned to The World Federation of KSIMC by 31 August 2017. Successful applicants will be informed by 10th September 2017.

 

Students interested in this loan are requested to apply with their conditional offer in the first instance and submit the unconditional offer after the final results have been published.

 

Apply by downloading and completing the Word format of the loan application form by clicking here.

Alternatively, you can complete the online application form by clicking here.

 

All applicants are requested to type the application form for clarity and only print it once the full form has been typed, to acquire signatures from respective parties endorsing the fully completed loan application. French speakers are requested to please fill the application form in English.

 

Hurry - do not miss out on this incredible opportunity!

 

For more information, please contact education@world-federation.org


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