As the Ringgit weakens further, local private universities are revising their fees and students overseas worry over the rising cost in their fees and other expenditures.
Majority of Malaysian parents would consider oversea tertiary education for their children.
Singapore tops the global school rankings by OECD. Here's how much Malaysian parents need to spend to send their kid to study in Singapore?
With GST, will parents with school-going kids (especially to private and international schools) be further burdened down financially?
Due to limited seats and low ease of entry into public universities, parents have no choice but to send their children to private universities that costs a hefty fee. But is it worth the investment?
Under PTPTN’s new requirements, student loan rates have been slashed, and maximum rates are now determined by your monthly household income. Read on the find out the comparison between the previous and current PTPTN loan mechanism.
What will an international school education give your child, how much will it cost – and most importantly, is it worth it?
Funding your child’s tertiary education can be costly. Fear not. There are several saving avenues that you can kick-start today to help secure your child's educational future.
If you are buckling under the pressure of paying your student loan, here are 5 practical ways that will come in handy