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.
Professor Julian Knowles of Macquarie University (MU), Australia visited HELP University and delivered an enlightening talk titled ‘How Digital Music Will Change Our Relationship With Content Creators’ to media and communication students on October 26, 2016 at the HELP Media Studio, Wisma HELP.
The Future of Agriculture in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta: Competing Interests and Approaches to Climate Change Adaptation
Wisma ELM, HELP University – The Centre for Development Studies, 25 May – At a recent lunchtime seminar, visiting guest speaker, Timothy Gorman, shared his findings on the cumulative impact of climate change affecting the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.
Affin Hwang Asset Management, a leading player in Malaysia, has granted scholarships to 5 students from the Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting of HELP University.
One of HELP University’s most distinguished graduates, Dr Kelvin Tan Jui Keng (pic), recently wrote back to share some exciting news about his progress as an academic at the world-ranked University of Queensland. Kelvin was promoted to Senior Lecturer in Finance at the UQ Business School
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.
HELP University’s Faculty of Law and Government recently hosted the Legal Forum 4U & Me with the Legal Affairs Division of the Prime Minister’s Office at the HELP Subang 2 campus on November 23, 2016.
The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Department recently held its annual End of Term Gathering, which is a time for the students from the Diploma and Bachelor of Early Childhood Education programmes to showcase their talents and handiworks.
The Dean’s Award is conferred to the deserving individuals whose first and second year achievements and activities are resonant with the core values of the university.