Published on 04 Jun 2024

Two Malaysian students were awarded four-year scholarships to study at The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) at a special award ceremony held on April 22, 2024.


ISKL’s innovative Pathways Scholarship recipients were Amirthen Yohann Sinnapar and Aw Li Yeen. The two scholarship recipients will join ISKL’s student body of over 1,700 students representing more than 70 nationalities in August 2024.



This is the third year ISKL has offered the merit and needs-based ISKL Pathways Scholarship, which provides two Malaysian students who have completed Form 3 with a four-year period of study from Grade 9 to Grade 12. 


The award ceremony was attended by Encik Mohd Suffian Bin Mahmud, Principal Assistant Director of the Policy and Governance Unit, Puan Radzita Radzi, Deputy Director of Education from the School Management Sector in Kuala Lumpur, and Encik Mohammad Nor Afidzi bin Nor Mohammad, Assistant Director from the Ministry of Education's Private Division. 


Encik Mohd Suffian Bin Mahmud presented the recipients with their certificates and commented, “I am impressed by the exceptional standard showcased by these two inspiring young people. I extend my heartfelt congratulations to them on the hard work and commitment that has led to them being awarded this scholarship and opportunity."


Mr. Rami Madani, ISKL’s Head of School, thanked the Ministry of Education for its ongoing support and highlighted that the scholarship program is integral to ISKL’s community partnership. 


Recipients of the Pathways Scholarship benefit from the flexibility of ISKL’s innovative High School study options, which include the option to undertake the International Baccalaureate Diploma in Grades 11 and 12.


Find out more about ISKL at www.iskl.edu.my

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