Psychology is a study of human behavior. It covers a wide variety of topics such as learning, cognition, motivation, personality, group processes, and behavior. Psychologists collect and interpret scientific data to better understand people. Students in this field will explore the modes involved in normal and abnormal thought, feeling and actions by using psychological facts, methods and principles. Skills and abilities needed to do well in psychology: critical thinking, oral and written expression and comprehension, and a desire to work with people.
Majors in this field include:
- Applied Psychology
- Child Psychology
- Clinical Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Experimental Psychology
- Social Psychology
And many more…
American University Partners who offer these majors:
- Grand Valley State University
- Pepperdine University
- State University of New York
- Towson University
- University of Kansas
- University of Nebraska
- University of Oklahoma
And many more…
Canadian University Partners who offer these majors:
- Memorial University
- University of New Brunswick
- University of Windsor
- University of Winnipeg
For more information on entry requirements, programme pathway, subjects listing and to get to know the faculty, please click on download brochure
- January New student Orientation
Day, January 5th
- March New student Orientation
Day, March 23th
- May New student Orientation
Day, May 18th
- August New student Orientation
Day, August 24th
If you have any of the following qualifications, you can register for our next intake. Forecast results are acceptable.
- 5 SPM credits (including English) with a pass in
Bahasa Malaysia and Sejarah
- 5 O-Level credits (including English)
- 5 Bs UEC (including English)
- Equivalent qualification from other high schools
HELP’s ADP lets you start your degree right away -no need to take A-Levels or foundation.
* Note: If you are doing A-Levels, foundation or degree at any institution, you can still come to the HELP University ADP.
Our exemptions will be evaluated individually.