HELP successfully nurtured a total of 18 A-Level students for admission to top medical schools in Malaysia, the UK and Ireland in 2016, including 3 to Trinity College Dublin.
Leow Tjun Wei, Celeste Chew Sze Ting and Yeow Yen Ting (below) were accepted into Trinity College Dublin, Ireland for medicine.
Leow Tjun Wei
Celeste Chew Sze Ting
Yeow Yen Ting
HELP has again broken through the glass ceiling with its latest A-level results for the two examination boards, Edexcel and Cambridge. With more than 50% students achieving A’s, HELP’s outstanding results are a reflection of their hard work and dedication in pursuing their studies.
It was indeed a double celebration for HELP when 6 of their top A level achievers also gained entry into Penang Medical College’s September 2016 intake. They will undertake their clinical years in Dublin, Ireland for two and half years and return to Penang to complete their medical training for the same time period.
They met the entry requirements to pursue medicine as a degree in University College Dublin (UCD) & Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) respectively.
At their pre-departure briefing, the VIP guest was none other than the Irish Ambassador to Malaysia, His Excellency Eamon Hickey, who greeted HELP students and staff and congratulated the students on their success.