University of Queensland Bachelor of Commerce with Dean's Commendation for High Achievement
HELP Foundation in Arts (2009)
Foundation in Arts
Foundation in Science
HELP University English requirement:
INTO is a rapidly growing network of university-based study centres, offering new and higher quality standards of preparation for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the UK, US and China. INTO offers international students the opportunity to fulfil their educational goals and achieve academic success at a world-class university. Combining the resources of the best universities in the world with major independent investment, INTO Centres deliver a world-class educational and cultural experience for international students, with fast, effective and assured progression to university degree courses, creating an unforgettable student experience. INTO offers various innovative university preparation courses on leading university campuses in the UK. With the recognition of the HELP Foundation programmes, students can achieve their goals to study at any of our partner universities upon completion of the International Diploma programmes offered at these leading universities’ campuses. The International Diploma programmes are equivalent to Year One of a UK university degree and prepare students for direct entry to the second year (or third year at Glasgow Caledonian University) of a relevant degree in either business or engineering at a number of INTO university partners, subject to fulfilling the minimum requirements.
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|INTO University of East Anglia London||Yes|
|INTO University of East Anglia||Yes|
|INTO University of Exeter||Yes||Yes|
|INTO Newcastle University||Yes|
|INTO Glasgow Caledonian University||Yes||Yes|
|INTO Queen's University Belfast||Yes||Yes|
Grenada, West Indies
United States of America
Dhanesh joined HELP University in 1994 as a Lecturer. He has taught various subjects at the pre-university and the undergraduate level. Dhanesh travels extensively locally and abroad giving talks on holistic education. In addition he conducts seminars for the benefit of teachers. The topics include handling difficult students, teaching and learning, classroom management and leadership in the education sector.
Alex has been in the higher education field since the mid 90s. Prior to this, he worked with a Malaysian banking institution as well as firms in Australia.
Annie worked in the advertising industry as a copywriter before she pursued a Master of English as a Second Language and joined the field of education. She has more than 7 years of experience in teaching English.
Chandra teaches English and Chemistry in the HELP Foundation program. With 20 years of teaching experience, mainly in Singapore, she has been a trainer in diverse areas like Public Speaking, Creative Writing, Academic Writing, and Reading Strategies.
Prior to joining HELP University, Dharminder worked for a telecommunications company where he was trained in soft skills, report writing, presentations and team management. He is currently pursuing his Master of Applied Psychology in Coaching at HELP University.
Ms Goh received formal training as a teacher on a Malaysian government scholarship and was given the “Cemerlang” award when she served as the Assistant Principal in one of the schools.
Irma has taught English to both foreign and local students. She has about 12 years of teaching experience. She is currently pursuing her MA in English Literature from the University of Malaya.
Lorna has been a lecturer in IT for 12 years. Prior to being a lecturer, she worked in the IT industry for 13 years. She has vast experience in programming, systems analysis and design, and managing an IT department.
Cheau Yann obtained both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Malaya. She has been teaching for over 6 years and currently teaches Economics in the HELP Foundation program.
Melisa teaches Finite mathematics and Calculus. She used to teach Cambridge A-Levels Pure Mathematics as well. She has been lecturing since 2008. She is also the adviser of the HMC Random Act of Kindness project.
Najmuddin has been teaching for 9 years and has presented research papers locally and internationally, winning two Bronze medals and one Best Oral Presentation award for his research efforts. He was a volunteer teacher for Damansara Foster Homes for 3 years before he joined HELP to teach physics and IT subjects.
Formerly a journalist with The New Straits Times, Murali worked in the Corporate Communication Department in HELP University before becoming a lecturer. He spearheads the annual Cosplay Comics, Anime and Games Exhibition (C2AGE) as well as other projects like HELP @ The Coastline and Driving is a No Phone Zone. He teaches Communication related subjects.
Sangeeta has been teaching biology and study skills since 2007. In 2010, her article “Laccase production from oil palm industry solid waste: Statistical optimization of selected process parameters” appeared in the Journal of Engineering Life Sciences.
See Yee Chen has 5 years of teaching experience in Statistics. Her research interests are in e-learning, peer learning, and teaching and learning. She has presented papers locally and internationally. She is also involved in coordination of student activities in the HELP Foundation program.
Selina has been a lecturer for the last 24 years, teaching English and more recently, Psychology. She is the Chairperson of the Department Academic Board which oversees the quality of the courses provided in the department. She has completed a Masters in Counselling at HELP University, and serves as an intern at HELP’s Center for Psychological and Counseling Services.
Prior to his academic career, Mr Siva Subramaniam worked in the IT industry in Software Development and IT Consultancy. Currently, he teaches IT related subjects in the Foundation program. Mr Siva has over 10 years’ experience in IT education.
Bill has been lecturing for the past 15 years. He lectures in various area in Business at the degree and foundation level. A graduate from the US, he has a background in retail management and financial planning.
Winnie has taught for 11 years. She currently teaches critical thinking skills. In 2008, she initiated the HMC Yearbook, an annual publication. She was also involved in the coordination and planning of HMC’s Japan Cultural Exchange Program in 2010.
Ahmad Fitri’s have been teaching for over 9 years both at local and overseas institution. A Fulbright alumni, Ahmad Fitri particularly interested in social development particularly language development and proficiency in different social settings. He currently teaching Culture, Arts, & Politics in HELP foundation programme.
Andrew completed his undergraduate degree with a Masters of Engineering in 2012. After graduating, he worked on a ministry training scheme in England. He currently teaches mathematics and physics in the HELP Foundation programme.
Jin-Vei graduated from University Malaya with a Degree in Languages and Linguistics majoring in English Language. He worked as a freelance translator and later as a teacher in a homeschool for 2 years before joining HELP. He recently obtained a Masters Degree in the field of Linguistics’.
Miss Dalwinder Kaur was awarded the UUM Gold Medal for academic excellence by University Utara Malaysia for her undergraduate studies. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctor in Philosophy (PhD) in Universiti Malaya under a full scholarship
program from the Prime Ministers’ Department (Yayasan 1Malaysia).
Iskandar previously worked with IBM as a Customer Professional dealing with people across the globe. He currently teaches
Malaysian Studies and Intermediate English in the HELP Foundation program.
Joel joined HELP University in 2008. Alongside teaching Finite Mathematics and Calculus, he is passionate about instilling the right principles and developing leadership skills in students.
Kavitha V.Gokulachandran has more than 10 years’ experience in ESL teaching and training. She is currently teaching English and Critical Thinking Skills in the Foundation programme. She is also a trainer in the Leadership Training Series conducted by HELP Matriculation Centre.
Manwant has 15 years of teaching experience both at international schools and colleges, as a teacher as well as coordinator, where she has had the opportunities to teach and counsel students. She believes that every student has the ability to achieve their best potential with the appropriate guidance and nurturing.
Nelson was a tutor on Real Analysis and Abstract Mathematics for the past 3 years while completing his Master Degree. His passions fall into teaching and doing research.
Yeow Wen graduated from University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Psychological Science in 2009. In line with his passion in people development and sports, he worked with the National Sport Institute of Malaysia for 3 years as a Sport Psychologist prior to joining HELP University. Yeow Wen also has experience in Human Resource and childhood education.
Norzaireen has both education and corporate experience. She started her career as an English teacher before becoming a Corporate Communications officer at UMW Toyota Motor. She lectures English and Critical Thinking Skills in the HELP Foundation program.
Samantha taught A-Levels Mathematics for 2 years prior to joining HELP University where she is currently teaching Statistics. She also worked as a Market Researcher and Data Analyst before joining the education sector.
Syafiq has taught since 2009 and joined HELP University in 2011. He is currently teaching Study Skills and Critical Thinking Skills. He also assists Foundation students in their community service projects
Thevarani had 7 years of teaching experience before joining HELP University. She teaches Statistics in the HELP Foundation program and is currently pursuing her Master of Applied Statistics at the University of Malaya.
William Yeo has been teaching Mathematics for 5 years. He is also in charge of the Mathematics Club in HMC.
Kelvin obtained a First Class Honours in his Bachelor degree. Subsequently, he went to Taiwan to pursue his International MBA.
Helena has worked with young people for the last 10 years as a Youth Development Trainer and Facilitator specifically in group learning and leadership development. She is currently pursuing her Master of Applied Psychology in Coaching at HELP University. She is now a certified professional coach and also a recipient of the HELP CEO Scholarship award.
With close to 10 years of teaching experience, May Leen believes that every student should be given the opportunity to excel and a supportive educator is the key to helping them achieve this.
After a career in the accounting profession and a couple of MNC’s in England and Malaysia, she now brings her commercial experience to the young adults in HELP. Sook Yin teaches finance and accounting within the Foundation program.