The prestigious Malaysian Laws Scholarship for the year 2015 has once again been snagged by a student from ATC. The scholarship programme was introduced in 1994 and is given to the individual who obtains the highest marks in Year One of the University of London’s International Undergraduate Laws Programme. 

This year it is awarded to Ms. Daphne Sit Wei Jing, a student from ATC’s Kuala Lumpur campus. This highly coveted Scholarship, fondly referred to as the King’s Scholarship, gives its recipient the opportunity to complete Years 2 and 3 of the Undergraduate Laws Programme at the historic King’s College London. 

“Receiving the King’s scholarship is the greatest accomplishment that I have achieved as a law student thus far. I have always been a strong believer in the basic principle that hard work pays off. This recognition from such a notable source has definitely proved that consistent dedication and effort given to studies will eventually end with fruitful results.” says Daphne.  “I can still recall the exact moment when I received the phone call from London informing me that I was the recipient for the King’s Scholarship for the year 2015. I was extremely surprised and excited at the same time. When reality finally set in, I felt very fortunate to be selected as the one to be given this incredible opportunity to pursue my studies at King’s College London.”

Daphne credits her success to her family and friends as well as to her lecturers at ATC. “I would also like to take this opportunity to thank ATC and all my lecturers for providing me with a strong platform and foundation to pursue and cultivate my passion for law. Their dedication and knowledge will always be with me and I will carry their lessons with me regardless of whatever it is that I pursue in life”

ATC is no stranger to this outstanding award. This 2015 award cements the fact that the long established law school has consistently produced students who have qualified for the Scholarship. Just last year, the very same award went to Ms. Jeevitha Thurai who is currently pursuing the remainder of her law degree at King’s College London.

Since the first Scholarship was awarded in 1995, the students of ATC have obtained it 14 times, with 5 consecutive awards given to Year 1 students of ATC from the years 2000 to 2005. Certainly, this is no easy feat! 

Each of these recipients appear to have a common running thought and that is that their deep understanding of the law is due primarily to the dedication and constant support from their large faculty of lecturers who are constantly available to them on campus and who even regularly assist their students via social media. 

To this date, of all the institutions that provide the University of London’s International Undergraduate Laws Programme worldwide, ATC remains the single institution with the most awards in its 28-year history. The exceptional quality of the students of ATC has been recognised time and time again by the University of London with students from ATC consistently receiving various book prizes and obtaining the almost unattainable First Class Honours and Second Class Upper degrees from the University. 

ATC is undoubtedly experienced in providing the University of London’s International Undergraduate Laws Programme and its students have no intention of slowing down. They appear to be fired up and ready to go charging into the pursuit of excellence. This brings to mind the fact that ATC’s slogan rings true: the results do indeed speak for themselves, and clearly, this year is no exception.  

Those who are interested in pursuing a prestigious, affordable and globally recognised law degree and who are interested in applying for the Malaysian Laws Scholarship can contact ATC at their toll free line 1-800-88-9292 or visit them at their KL campus in Bangunan Tunas Utama, Jalan Petaling, 50000 Kuala Lumpur or their Penang Campus at 04-2299266 or visit their website at for more information. Alternatively, enquiries via email can be sent to ATC can also be found in the social media sphere at

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