As the quality of education in Malaysia continues to evolve and advance, the quality of teachers must also grow and develop alongside it. Gone were the days when a general undergraduate degree was sufficient for an educator, especially for those working in the private sector.
In the current changing world scenario where the market driven economy and globalization has strong implications for thinking and practice, basic attitudes to learning are becoming a tradition of the past and revolutionary methods are needed to match the need of the 21st century.
Since its establishment, the Faculty of Law and Government at HELP University has produced numerous top graduates who have gone on to build successful and lucrative careers within the legal and other industries.
The Faculty of Business, Accounting and Economics at HELP University (HELP) celebrated another year of success and academic excellence at the 29th HELP University Convocation when four out of the nine President’s Award winners were awarded to the students from their faculty.
Working adults and international students who are keen on pursuing their MBA but lack the time and financial commitment now have the option of joining HELP University’s ELM Graduate School’s Online MBA programme.
The Faculty of Business, Accounting and Economics at HELP University (HELP) started on a high note in 2017 when three of their business graduates were awarded scholarships from the prestigious University of Queensland (UQ).
The MBA Online programme is offered by the ELM Graduate School of HELP University in response to the demand for more flexible study options for professional and career advancement.
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.
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.