HELP’s MPM Programme receives World Class Accreditation

The Master of Project Management, one of 13 master’s programmes offered by the ELM Graduate School of HELP University, has received accreditation from the Global Accreditation Center of the Project Management institute (PMI-GAC), the first and only Project Management program in Southeast Asia to be so accredited.

HELP University emerged as first runner-up at the Gandhi Memorial Debate 2016

Students from HELP University’s Faculty of Law and Government recently won first runner-up at the Gandhi Memorial Debate 2016 held at the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre of Arbitration on November 26, 2016. During the final round, Ho Cheng En and Mithrun Swaminathan, second-year and first-year law students from the UK Transfer Degree Programme respectively, went up against the representatives from Taylor’s University.

Malaysian Psychology Student Assembly 2016 (MAPSA)

Subang Delima, Saturday 5 November 2016 – More than a thousand undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students from around the country will be attending the inaugural Malaysian Psychology Student Assembly this weekend to present their research and to learn about the latest psychology ideas.

Business Advertorial December 2016

HELP University (HELP) is the only university in the world to have a 2+1 articulation programme with The University of Queensland (UQ). In 2016, 74 business students have transferred to UQ, out of which 15 students were awarded scholarships.

HELP Partners IT Industry Leaders

In an increasingly competitive job market, it has become even more vital for information technology (IT) graduates to possess the practical skills and resources necessary to rise above the competition and thrive in the workforce.

Business Programme Advertorial

HELP University is also the only university in the world to have a 2+1 articulation programme with the prestigious University of Queensland, Australia which was ranked 51 by QS World University Rankings 2016.

HELP welcomes new batch of Student Mobility Programme students

HELP today welcomed 3 students from the Australian National University (ANU) into its Student Mobility Programme (SMP).
The SMP has been designed for students from Australia, UK, Europe and the USA to attend courses and accrue credit at HELP University. Under the rubric Education for Peace and Prosperity, the SMP at HELP provides the opportunity for international students to expand their intellectual and cultural understanding of Asia through travel and study while remaining enrolled in their home institutions.

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HELP Student Testimonial: Sukhveer Singh

Meet Sukhveer Singh. He completed the Foundation in Arts program and is currently doing the Bachelor in Business program at HELP University. He is one of HELP’s “sports achievers” and here is what he had to say about HELP University:

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HELP student testimonial: Tanusha Shakti Kanapathy

My name is Tanusha Shakti; I am 21 years old. I am currently finishing my final year of Diploma in Business Studies at the Faculty of Accounting, Business and Economics at HELP University. As Groucho Marx once said, “I find television to be very educational, every time someone switches it on;

HELP Student Testimonial: Karen

HELP Student Testimonial: Karen

Hello my name is Karen. Initially I picked HELP University on my cousin’s recommendation. Being born in a small town and then moving to the capital city of Indonesia has really made me believe that anything is possible and no ambition is out of reach. Since I was a kid, I’ve always had big dreams. With the help of HELP University, I have decided that I want to specialize in mathematics, or more specifically, Actuarial Science.

Mr Lim Hock Chye


Director


limhc@hic.com.my


+6 03 27162000 ext 2255


Ms Juliet Chan


Deputy Director


Juliet.chan@help.edu.my


+6 03 27162000 ext 2182


Ms Dharshini Ganeson


Senior Manager


dharsh.g@help.edu.my


+ 6 03 27162000 ext 2150


Dinesh George Lourdes


Corporate Communications Executive


Dinesh.lourdes@help.edu.my


+6 03-27162000 ext 2217