Dr Wendy Liow, Dean of ELM Graduate School at HELP University, is proud to introduce the MBA Online programme.
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. The growing list of postgraduate programmes of the ELM Graduate School now includes 12 specialist Master programmes and three research based degrees: the MPhil, DBA and PhD.
The MBA Online programme is an in-depth study of business management and delivered to the same high standards as similar programmes in top universities. The MBA Online programme delivers the same unique, efficacious learning experience that has made the flagship HELP MBA a popular and influential programme in Asia Pacific.
The programme is delivered by an accomplished faculty and supported by experienced industry practitioners. Students can now access it whenever or wherever their schedule permits and still learn and share with participants from all over the world in an interactive and virtual environment.
The programme’s flexible, 12-module online structure makes it highly attractive and popular for busy working adults and large cohorts of students from across the world. Candidates can choose to pay-as-they learn by enrolling in multiple modules at a time, or pay the full cost of the programme, whichever that is easier and more convenient for them.
“Whilst I believe that the core concepts and methods of higher education will not be radically changed, online education will become the future of further education in anticipation of great advances in knowledge sharing tools. HELP is ready to adopt this new pedagogical approach to further education,” said Dr Wendy Liow, Dean of ELM Graduate School who has an illustrious career spanning over 25 years in various multinational corporations across different industries.
“Our MBA programme is designed to help professionals pursue a deeper appreciation of the interplay and importance of entrepreneurship, leadership and management competencies required to prepare you to successfully manoeuvre through a complex and competitive world,” she added.
Getting an MBA is a big milestone decision in one’s life. In line with HELP’s mission to ‘help people live a life of significance through education’, ELM Graduate School will be offering special bursary schemes and flexible financing options to make the programme even more attractive, and to help the students meet their career aspirations and business goals.
To start off, ELM Graduate School will be offering an inaugural fee of RM18,000, and HELP alumni and staff will enjoy a 10% bursary. The full tuition fees is priced at RM25,000. Further, a bursary scheme of USD500,000 is available for deserving students, and bursaries ranging from 10% to 50% will be awarded based on the background and merit of the applicants.
In view of the economy downturn and global retrenchment, ELM Graduate School will also be offering a special bursary scheme to selected applicants to lighten their financial burdens while still providing them with the opportunity to obtain a widely recognised MBA from a leading institution. Applicants above 55 or who are unemployed or retrenched will automatically receive a minimum 40% bursary.
Throughout the years, the ELM Graduate School has produced numerous alumni who excelled across a wide range of fields, which include human resources, corporate finance, manufacturing, technology, property, engineering and many more. The encompassing and diverse nature of HELP’s MBA programme allows it to remain relevant and appealing to students from different backgrounds and fields.
“HELP’s MBA enhanced my personal growth and success. The programme is a mix of theoretical and practical aspects has given breadth and depth to my thinking whilst simultaneously widening my perception of the real world,” expressed Eur Ing Ir Dr Karl Ng, Director of Innovation Capital at Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation Sdn Bhd (MDeC), and an illustrious HELP alumni who obtained his MBA (Distinction) and DBA from the Charles Sturt University programme at HELP University.
“The MBA course was pertinent with practical value. It is demanding, but with sufficient flexibility in its structure to enable me to complete it successfully. This was important to me as a wife and mother. I was particularly impressed with the course coordinators who provided excellent counselling with pastoral care that fully justified my faith to enrol in the programme,” said Leena Zahir Hussain, one of the directors at the Maldives Inland Revenue Authority (MIRA) and alumni at ELM Graduate School.
The ELM Graduate School is a leading provider of graduate education programmes aimed at enhancing the academic and professional capabilities of our candidates in a wide range of areas including business, entrepreneurship, leadership and functional management. We also nurture executives and professionals for the new normal and develop new competencies that focus on conceptual, creative and critical thinking in the context of the dynamic changing and volatile global environment.
For more information on HELP’s MBA Online programme and other postgraduate programmes, please contact ELM Graduate School at 03-2716 2000 or email Raymond and Aw Kong Hwee at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com