A record 17 First Class Honours were attained by HELP students in the 2016 exams.
- 11 from HELP Academy (HA)
- 6 from HELP College of Arts and Technology (HELP CAT)
From left: Ong Ken Lip, Nai Siu Hong, Toh Yik Hong, Roselynn Chai, Ong Tiek Huey
Low Chang Song is the 6th HELP CAT student to secure First Class Honours. After Year 1 at HELP CAT, he entered the LSE to complete his final two years, graduating with First Class Honours in Economics.
3 students attained the highest marks worldwide in individual subjects, beating students from University of London centres across the world.
Seng Rou Lin
(BSc First Class Hons
Top scorer in Financial Reporting out of 1876 students worldwide
Tan Kok Jie
(BSc Year 2
with First Class Hons results 2016
Top scorer in Management Accounting out of 2044 students worldwide
Hoo Kah Kei
(BSc Year 1
with First Class Hons results
Top scorer in Mathematics 2 out of 866 students worldwide
Comment by Dr John Ferrá, Deputy Director of University of London International Programmes at LSE:
“These are truly amazing achievements. This is a resounding endorsement of the high quality teaching undertaken at HELP Academy and HELP CAT. Please convey this news to the relevant teaching staff whom I’m sure will be delighted to know.”