Sharifah Nur Rafidah Awang Ramle recievening her Bachelors of Communications Honours from Dean, Dr. Khairuddin Othman
By: Dinesh George Lourdes | 7 May 2015
HELP University’s Department of Mass Communications produces graduates who specialize in media studies, public relations and marketing communication. HELP University provides an integrated environment taking you beyond your textbooks to see theories and strategies come to life.
The curriculum combines three essential elements of learning:
- A theoretical approach enabling students to understand concepts, theories, research and practices of mass communication.
- A hands-on and practical approach to sharpen and develop key skills and techniques to make student proficient with communication technologies.
- Internship programs to place students in off-campus learning and working environments to prepare students for the working world.
With state-of-the-art studios and amazing facilities, HELP University should be your first choice. We also offer credit transfer programs to prestigious universities in Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, the United States and Canada. These universities include, the University of Queensland and Hertfordshire University. HELP’s alumni are well respected in the industry and stay connected by visiting classes, attending events, and participating in curriculum development. They are also a strong resource for students, serving as mentors and offering guidance on job opportunities.
When interviewed, Sharifah Nur Rafidah Awang Ramle, alumnus at HELP University’s Bachelor of Mass Communication, Media Studies said, “HELP showed me that you do not need to follow the rules or books to be successful. What makes a person successful is one’s passion and commitment in reaching that goal and to take ownership in what you have done”. This is exactly what we do in HELP University; we prepare students for the working world. Even our assessment comes from coursework, assignments and written examinations.
In HELP University, we are proud to say that we are a “university of achievers” and we are paving the way for the nation to become a knowledge-based economy.
About The Author
The author, Dinesh George Lourdes, graduated with HELP’s Bachelors in Communications, Media Studies in 2014. He says that studying in HELP University is one of the best decisions that he has made as the course is structured in a more practical approach where he got to express himself with the 3Cs – creativity, curiosity and critical thinking.