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Foundation offers lifeline to students affected by epidemic | The Malaysian Insight

Foundation offers lifeline to students affected by epidemic

24/9/2021 2:10:00 AM

Foundation offers lifeline to students affected by epidemic

Initiative seeks to ensure the young complete higher education.

Copy URLPublic foundation Yayasan Tunku Abdul Rahman, through its pre-university mentorship programme Closing The Gap, aims to prepare underprivileged students with high potential to gain access to higher education. – Closing The Gap pic, September 24, 2021.

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NON-PROFIT public foundation Yayasan Tunku Abdul Rahman (YTAR), through its pre-university mentorship programme Closing The Gap (CTG), is making it easier for vulnerable students affected by the Covid-19 epidemic to obtain scholarships.CTG supports Form 4 and Form 5 students in the B40 group through a mentorship programme to prepare for life post-SPM, while YTAR provides scholarships for “diamond in the rough” students.

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