Lion Parkson Foundation Scholarship

Frequent Ask

1. Who can apply for the LPF Scholarship?
All Malaysian citizens who wish to pursue tertiary education in a recognized public university or private college in Malaysia.
Minimum 3As & 1B in STPM, CGPA 3.50 and above in Matriculation or at Diploma level or minimum 5As in UEC.
Active in sports and extra-curricular activities.
Applicants must not be bonded or receiving any form of financial aid or award from other educational institutions or organisations.

2. Where can I find the list of recognised public universities and private colleges in Malaysia?
You may log on to and enter "Malaysia". Thereafter, the names of public universities and private colleges in Malaysia will be listed.

3. I am a SPM leaver; can I apply for the LPF scholarship?
No, this is only applicable for STPM, Matriculation or Diploma leavers.

4. What are the preferred fields of study?
The field of study must be related to the Lion Group of Companies core businesses, namely in the following disciplines:
    - Retail Management
    - Business Studies
    - Accounting
    - Computer Science/ Information Technology
    - Engineering
    - Fashion Design / Art

5. Can I be considered for a scholarship if I choose to study abroad?
No, please kindly refer to question no. 1.

6. How do I apply?
You may visit or to submit your application before closing date (refer to

7. If I missed the application deadline, can I submit my application manually?
No, only online applications submitted on or before the deadline will be considered.

8. What is the coverage of the LPF Scholarship?
RM10000 per academic year.

9. I have family members working in Lion Group; can I apply for the scholarship?
Yes, you are highly encouraged to apply for the scholarship.

10. Will I have to serve any bond with the Lion Group upon graduation?
Yes, upon graduation the successful scholar will serve a bond period per their course period. During this bond period, you will be assigned suitable positions() within the Lion Group of Companies. The aim is to develop you through exciting, challenging work experience, exposures and formal (in class) learning.

11. How long is the bond period?
The bond period is the same as your course period i.e. 12 months for each year of scholarship received.