HELP University ELM Graduate School recently held a Graduation Ceremony for the 2017 SME@HELP University graduates. Twenty-three graduates, all CEOs of their own small and medium business enterprises, proudly walked onto the stage to receive their Certificates after successfully completing an intensive 3-month programme at the ELM Graduate School, HELP University.
Anderson Wong is a 21-year-old water polo athlete from Malacca. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Information Technology degree at HELP University. He began swimming about eight or nine years ago, but when he had gotten no results from swimming, he decided to switch to water polo instead.
Recently, 14 HELP Academy students received the prestigious Dean’s Award from the University of Derby (UOD). The Dean’s Award is presented to the deserving individuals whose first and second-year academic achievements and activities are resonant with the core values of the university.
The Faculty of Computing and Digital Technology in HELP University (HU) forges ahead with its plan to introduce new learning pathways in its latest Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) honours degree incorporating a 2U1i work-based learning (WBL) component.
The Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting of HELP University organised the 4th Colloquium on Social and Corporate Accountability on September 29, 2017 at ELM Business School.
It was a touching scene to see close to 100 parents as they urged and grappled with their children to perform the ‘zumba’ aerobic morning exercise on the playground of HELP International School recently.
Recently, HELP University received a grant of RM 100,000 from Yayasan Pema Norbu Vihara (YPNV), an official Centre of the Palyul lineage of Tibetan Buddhism located in Kuala Lumpur, for a collaboration on research and training with Palyul Namdroling Monastery in Bylakuppe, South India.
HELP Academy recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreement with EMI Management Sdn Bhd as part of the officiating of the Salon Management Programme with the Department of Management Studies (DOMS).
HELP University’s Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting in collaboration with Macquarie University, Sydney CBD, Australia, hosted guest lecturer, Professor Philomena Leung, the Associate Dean of International and Corporate Engagement and Professor of Accounting and Governance in the Faculty of Business and Economics from Macquarie University as she gave a talk, entitled, “Cyber security and its impact on business governance”.
The Annual HELP Deepavali Night will be held at 6.30 p.m. on Friday, November 10, 2017 at the Residence. As always, this is a joint effort with the DSA and students of the HELP Indian Cultural Society.