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Research Colloquium

This is an in-house research conference held thrice a year in April, May and November, giving HELP Psychology students the opportunity to present their research to their peers and faculty staff. It reflects our commitment to train students in how to design, implement, analyse, and report research in psychology.

Psychological & Counselling Services

With a team of Clinical Psychologists and Counsellors, HELP offers students free counselling and consulting services to ensure a high level of mental health. Career counselling and personal development services are also available to all HELP students.

Student Tutorships and the Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Program

Psychology students who demonstrate academic excellence and good communication skills will be invited to apply for positions as student tutors. Their roles will include giving academic mentoring to students and assisting the lecturers in course preparation. This program trains high performing students with various facilitation and study skills to empower them to act as Peer Tutors to fellow students.

Research Assistantships

This opportunity to work with academic staff on research is the ideal training ground for HELP Psychology students wanting to pursue further studies in psychology.

Working Internships

All HELP Psychology students are encouraged to seek work experience in a variety of areas before they graduate. The Department of Psychology will help link students with internship sites in their area of interest.

In-House Seminars

These seminars are conducted on a weekly basis and are presented by visiting lecturers, professors and speakers from different areas of expertise.

International Conference Fund

The department sets aside funding every year for undergraduate students to present their research papers at international conferences.

Help Student Experience

Practise your skills in our world class facilities

Center for Psychological and Counseling Services (CPCS)
Clinic Manager: Ms Serena Sinniah
The CPCS provides professional and confidential counselling and psychological services to students and staff of HELP University and members of the public. The clinic facilities provide a wonderful training ground for both postgraduate and undergraduate students to practise the skills they have learned in class.

Help Student Experience
Help Student Experience

Director: Mr Eric Bryan Amaladas
The mission of this one-stop career guidance, testing and career development centre is to equip individuals and organisations with the relevant knowledge, competencies and skills needed for personal and career success. Our services include:

  • Employment & Internship Support
  • Career Guidance Testing & Assessment
  • Career Exploration Resource Centre
  • Personal Development & Employability Training