Opportunity for Talented Individuals to Receive Free Hairdressing Training

Good news to all aspiring hairstylists, as Wella recently announced its collaboration with 14 top hairdressing academies in the country that would enable prospective individuals to be trained for free, with scholarship courses totalling to an amount of RM100,036.
The main sponsors for the scholarships are Wella and hairdressing academies; D?World Hair & Beauty Academy; Kimarie Hair Academy Sdn Bhd; Snips Salon; Thomas and Guys; La Mode Coiffure; T & T Professional Salon & Academy; A Cut Above Academy; Face on Hair Professional from Kuala Lumpur; Baptain from Penang; CHK, Des Hair Creative School & Salon and The Hairdresser & Barber from Ipoh; and HDC and Fantasy from Johor Bahru.
Those interested can obtain the application forms from Wella Ma;aysia Sdn Bhd, Lot 4, Jalan Ragum 15/17, Shah Alam, Selangor. Alternatively, they can also call 03-5510 7321 or email Ashley@wella.com.my for more details. The closing date for submission of application forms/entries is May 31 and short-listed applicants will be notified for an interview by June 7.
The scholarship is open to all Malaysians aged between 18 and 25 and successful recipients will undergo a comprehensive professional hairdressing programme lasting between six and nine months beginning the month of July. This is the second consecutive year that Wella is offering such scholarships.

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