For those who obtained loan from MARA for their studies, apart from receiving the periodical outstanding loan statement through the normal mail, you can also alternatively check your loan amount online through MARA’s website.
This facility allows the users to check the remaining amount needs to be paid, as well as printing out the yearly statement quickly and accurately.
For the first time visitor, you will need to register as a new user and create a username and a password. These will need to be used for the first time and subsequent log ins. Other than checking your loan statement, you can also make your payment online. This is an alternative to the existing but jurassic payment method which is visiting the nearest MARA office and submit payment there.
Major banks that accept online payment on behalf of MARA are Maybank (Maybank2u), CIMB and Bank Islam (BIMB), and this online payment is termed as MARA’s e-bayar (e-payment). In fact, e-bayar is not only limited to repayment of study loans, but also applicable for other types of financial aids such as premise rent and advertisement slot. A processing fee of RM1 is incurred by Maybank and Bank Islam, while CIMB charged 50 cents.
If you wish to pay manually, you can also do so at the BSN (Bank Simpanan Nasional) and CIMB Bank counters by filling up the money deposit form. Another popular method is also making payment through POS Malaysia counters in major branches nationwide. To obtain more info about MARA’s e-bayar, visit MARA’s official website here.