Professional Recognition
Certified Practising Accountants (CPA) Australia

Students who have completed the HELP University Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons) degree programme are eligible to apply to become Associate Members of CPA Australia where they will be required to complete 6 CPA segments under the CPA Programme. Upon completion of the 6 segments and the Practical Experience Requirement (which usually consists of 3 years of relevant working experience), they can then advance to CPA status and thereafter apply for membership with the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA).

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

Students who have completed the HELP University Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons) degree programme are eligible for 9 subject exemptions out of 14 subjects from ACCA. ACCA has allowed HELP University’s Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons) programme students’ conditional exemption (CE) into the ACCA Programme. The CE offering will allow our second and final year students of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons) programme to take their ACCA Professional Level subjects prior to completion of their Bachelor degree programme.

Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA)

Students who have completed the HELP University Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons) degree programme are eligible to apply to sit for the MIA Qualifying Examination (QE) which consists of 4 papers. Upon completion of 4 papers and with 3-4 years relevant working experience, students can apply for membership into MIA. The MIA’s QE is the third and final route to gain admission into the MIA, after which they are officially recognised as Chartered Accountants.

Society of Actuaries (SOA)

Students who have completed the HELP University Bachelor of Business (Hons) degree programme are eligible to apply for Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) credit with the Society of Actuaries (SOA) if they have received a score of B-/DI/DI2 or better in the VEE-approved courses. The courses that are approved include QBM101 Business Statistics, QBM201 Advanced Business Statistics, ECO101 Principles of Microeconomics, ECO102 Principles of Macroeconomics and FIN202 Financial Management. This will allow the students to meet part of the necessary requirements in acquiring the Associateship with SOA.

Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA)

The Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA) grants maximum exemptions to graduates of the HELP University Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons) degree programme and Bachelor of Business (Finance) (Hons) degree programme. Graduates of these 2 programmes are only required to complete the final stage of the MAICSA International Qualifying Scheme (IQS) programme (by examination) which comprises of 4 subjects.
Graduates of the other HELP University Bachelor of Business in Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management and International Business (Hons) degree programme are required to complete the MAICSA International Qualifying Scheme (IQS) 1 & 2 which comprises of 8 subjects.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)

Students who have completed the HELP University Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons) degree programme are eligible for 8 subject exemptions out of 15 subjects from ICAEW.

The Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA)

HELP University Bachelor of Business (Finance) (Hons) degree programme has been accepted into the CFA Institute University Recognition Programme. This status is granted to institutions whose degree programme(s) incorporate at least 70% of the CFA Candidate Body of Knowledge (CBOK), which provide students with a solid grounding in the CBOK and positions them well to sit for the CFA exams.

Financial Planning Association of Malaysia (FPAM)

Students who have completed the HELP University Bachelor of Business (Finance) (Hons) degree programme are eligible for Module 3 exemption. Students will then be required to complete Module 1, Module 2 and Module 4 in order to be awarded the Certified of Financial Planner (CFP).

Progression Pathways
Credit Transfer
(February & July Intakes)


  • Bachelor of Business Management (Marketing / International Business /Human Resources) (2+1)*
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting / Accounting & Finance / Finance)(2+1)*
  • Bachelor of Economics (1½+1½)*
  • Bachelor of International Hotel & Tourism Management (Tourism Management) (1 ½ + 1 ½) *
  • Management (Tourism) (1½+1½)*
  • Bachelor of International Hotel & Tourism Management (Hospitality / Event Management) (1½+2)*


  • Bachelor of Commerce (1+2)*


  • Bachelor of Commerce (1+2)*


  • Bachelor of Commerce (1+2)*
  • Bachelor of Economics (1+2)*


  • Bachelor of Commerce (1+2)*


  • Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management / Marketing / Management) (2+1)*
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting / Finance ) (2+1)*
  • Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management (2+1)*


  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting/Professional Accounting/Economics/Finance/Human Resource/Marketing/Entrepreneuship**/International Business**) (1+2)*
    ** Only applicable for February Intake
  • Bachelor of Applied Finance (1.5+1.5)*
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Entrepreneuship/Human Resources/Marketing) (1.5+1.5)*
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting/Professional Accounting/Finance) (2+1)*


  • Bachelor of Business (Accountancy / Accountancy with Professional Recognition / Economics / Finance / Human Resource Management / International Business / Management / Marketing) (1½+1½)


  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accountancy /Human Resource Management /International Business (2+1)*


  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing/Human Resource Management/Innovation and Entrepreneurship/Management/Finance) (1 ½ + 1 ½)*
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) (1 ½ + 1 ½)*
(February & July Intakes)

University of Otago*

  • Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting(1+2)*
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting with Chartered Accounting Requirements(1+2)*
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing Management(1+2)*
(September Intake)


  •   BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance / Business Studies / Business Studies with Human Resource Management / Marketing / Business Studies with Marketing / Business Enterprise (2+1)*


  • BA / BSc (Hons) Economics (1+2)*
  • BSc (Hons) Accounting / Banking / Finance / Management / Marketing / Entrepreneurship (1+2)*


  • BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance (2+1)*
  • BA (Hons) Business Management (2+1)*
  • BA (Hons) Marketing (2+1)*
  • BA (Hons) Human Resource Management (2+1)*


  • BA (Hons) Business Studies / Business Studies & Marketing / Accounting & Finance / Banking & Finance (2+1)*
  • BA (Hons) Business Economics (2+1)*


  • BSc (Hons) Business Management (1+2)*
  • BSc (Hons) Business Management (Human Resource Management) (1+2)*
  • BSc (Hons) Business Management (Marketing) (1+2)*
  • BSc (Hons) Business Management (International Management) (1+2)*
  • BSc (Hons) Business Management (Logistics & Operations) (1+2)*


  • BA (Hons) Marketing Management / Business Enterprise / Digital Marketing (2+1)*
  • BA (Hons) International Hospitality & Tourism Management (2+1)*


  • BA (Hons) Business Accounting (2+1)*
  • BA (Hons) International Business Administration (2+1)*


  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) (Accounting & Finance / Marketing / Business & Marketing / Human Resource Management) (2+1)*
*Please refer to the Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting administration office and Student
Placement Centre for admission requirements.
Achievers and Alumni
  • Member of the team who was awarded the ANZ Highly Commended Global Team Award Completed Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing, 2013 Currently working as Executive at Sun Pharmaceutical Sdn Bhd.

    “HELP University is the right place for you to learn how to build a bright future.”

    Chan Wai Kit
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance), The University of Queensland (2011)A former student of HELP University Bachelor of Business (Accounting) & SMK Seri Bintang Utara, KL She was awarded the UQ International Undergraduate Scholarship 2011 (covers 100% tuition fees) through HELP University. She is currently an Assistant Manager in KPMG Singapore.

    “The study of accounting can be regarded as a specialist profession in itself or as a basic tool which can be applied across the broad spectrum of business. While accountants do need to have solid math skills, the job requires so much more. Accounting today is a blend of analysis, problem solving and detective work. To do the job right you must be able to communicate effectively and deal with people, not just numbers. As such, the job’s tasks are much more diverse than many people would assume. I chose to take a joint accounting and finance degree in order to gain a more general knowledge of both accounting and finance professions. You can apply this valuable knowledge to any company, in any field, industry or sector. Accounting is a diverse career with virtually unlimited options. If you have the right set of skills for the job, you can employ them in a way that also suits your tastes, personal strengths and personality.”

    Choi Pui Mun
  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting), 2014 A former student of SMK St. Mary, KL She is currently working as a Tax Associate with Ernst & Young Tax Consultants.

    “I am currently taking the CPA programme, and the knowledge and experience I have gained from my knowledgeable lecturers has proven to be really helpful. I managed to pass a few papers because of the foundation I have built during my undergraduate studies with the university. I am always glad that I have chosen HELP University and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the my lecturers. Without great lecturers like you, I would have been lost. Thanks for your efforts in guiding me, motivating me and most importantly, for making me exactly who I am today. Whatever success I may achieve in my future, it’s you who have helped me! Thank you again!”

    Chong Kar Mun
  • Bachelor of Economics, First Class Hons. (2015) A former student of SMK Bukit Baru, Melaka She was awarded the President’s Award in 2016 for her outstanding achievements in her studies. She is currently working with an international bank.

    “I studied economics at university and decided to settle with this course as I love the economics subjects during my Pre-U studies. It is a broad yet relevant field in the world. One can say that my economics background has helped me get into this industry. I am currently more into operations, analytics and projects work, which is not economics related. However, it is the analytical skills that I have gained throughout the three years that has helped me at the beginning of my career.”

    Yeo Sing Yee
  • Bachelor of Business (Finance), 2014 A former student of SMK (Perempuan) Pudu, KL She is currently working as an investment analyst with one of the local fund management companies.

    “I took finance, economics and accounting related subjects during my degree as I knew that I wanted to be in the financial sector. Take subjects that you believe can help you pursue your desired career path even though others may say the subject is difficult to score and so on. If you really have an interest and believe that you are capable of the job position, then do take subjects that are related to it. Just keep trying, who knows you may discover some other interests if this is not the one.”

    Wong Wei Qi
  • Bachelor of Business (Finance), First Class Hons. (2015) A former student of Chong Hwa High School, KL Affin Hwang Scholarship holder She is currently working on MIS and Reporting (Treasury  Operations Department) with the OCBC Bank (M) Berhad.

    “This course has enhanced my skills in analysing different types of information and understanding a variety of finance products which are greatly required in my job scope.”

    Phua Jing Wen
  • Bachelor of Business (Finance), First Class Hons. (2014) A former student of Hin Hua High School, Klang He is currently a mortgage sales consultant with RHB Bank Berhad Malaysia.

    “The course provided me a good foundation in the financial market. As the financial market is an ever-changing industry, one will need to pick up and learn more about the industry so he or she can catch up the pace in the industry. The good foundation provided by the course helps me in this aspect. I am able to grasp the new knowledge faster.”

    Koh Kang Swee
  • Master of International Business, University of Wollonggong, NSW, 2014 Bachelor of Business (International Business) (Hons), 2013 (HELP University) A former student of SMK Perempuan, Jalan Ipoh, KL She was a member of the team that emerged as the 2nd runner-up in the L’Oreal Brandstorm 2012 (National). She is now a Senior Human Resource Executive with the Korean Airlines Co. Ltd, Regional HQ of Southeast Asia & Oceania.

    “Selecting International Business as my major has allowed me to get an insight into the various aspects of business and the fundamental effects on how globalisations has increased the “connected-ness” of a business, communication and information across the world. I felt that the emphasis on “global mindset” has well prepared me for my current position in Korean Airlines, with my daily duties of managing employees and businesses across the world.”

    Simone Ngam Yee Ping
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance), The University of Queensland (2013). A former student of HELP University Bachelor of Business (Finance) & SMK Kepong Baru.She was awarded the UQ International Undergraduate Scholarship 2012 (covers 90% tuition fees) through HELP University. She is currently an external auditor with EY Malaysia.

    “I decided to undergo the first two years of my undergraduate studies in HELP University and then move on to The University of Queensland. This has been a fabulous journey where I was able to explore new pastures while having a class of good lecturers and tutors that led us to the path of success. Both universities have prepared us well for the real workforce by providing us with good insights of the real world. My lecturers have also shared with me some of the experiences that they have gone through during their working life as most of them have working experiences before becoming an educator.”

    Ng Ju Ynn
  • Bachelor of Business Management (Marketing), The University of Queensland (2016) A former student of HELP University Bachelor of Business (Marketing) & SMK Aminuddin Baki. He was awarded the UQ International Undergraduate Scholarship 2015 (covers 100% tuition fees) through HELP University. He is currently attached to the Graduate Development Program at Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

    “Prior to graduating from The University of Queensland, I studied at HELP University for three years and had the best time of my university life here. HELP is where everything began and the reason for who I am today. The lecturers in HELP University are very passionate in ensuring the effective conveyance of knowledge to students, and the assignments and projects given are very practical and has really prepared me to face the real world.”

    Calvin Tee Voon Sheng
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance), The University of Queensland (2013) A former student of HELP University Bachelor of Business (Accounting) & SMK Bandar Utama Damansara (3) KL She was awarded the UQ International Undergraduate Scholarship 2012 (covers 50% tuition fees) through HELP University. She is currently a Tax Associate with EY Malaysia.

    “Be prepared to work long hours, especially at the initial stage of your career. There are many things to learn about tax on top of those that we have learnt in our textbook. However, at the end of the day, all that matters is the attitude. Hence, show a good attitude during your interview and at work, and you will be able to go a long way. Paper qualifications and academic results are important but those are one of the many criteria that interviewers look at. Of course, choosing the right course is important and having relevant work experience will also help you a long way.”

    Tan Lee Chin
  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting) (Hons), 2013 A former student of SMK Taman Connaught, KL He was a member of the team that emerged as the 1st runner-up in the CIMA Global Business Challenge 2012 (National). He is currently a financial journalist with The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd.

    “I chose to study accounting in the university as it is the backbone of every business. Looking back, yes, the business school has prepared me well enough to handle my current job. The course has also prepared me well with sharp analytical skills, which is crucial for my current job. I believe this was also one of the important aspects that allowed me to impress the Chairman of The Edge, who was one of the interviewers who interviewed me for my current job.”

    Chester Tay Choon Huat
  • Bachelor of Business (International Business) (Hons), 2016 (HELP University) A former student of SMK Convent, Jalan Peel, KL She was a member of the team that emerged as the 1st runner-up in the Maybank GO Ahead. Challenge 2014.She is now a Maybank Apprentice with Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank).

    “The university has prepared me in starting my career by offering guidance through talks and campus activities. They also organised campus career fairs for students to explore job opportunities, but most importantly, my lecturers have offered me their genuine advice and help during times of need. My course of study is not related to what I am doing now, however, the subjects offered in the course did provide me with the foundation that I need in the working world.”

    Shana Teh Soo Ann
  • Former student of Chong Hwa Independent High School KL. Huay Yien was awarded the United Chinese School Committees’ Association of Malaysia Award and the Charles Sturt University Scholarship to study at HELP. She was also awarded CPA Australia Prize and MICPA Award during her studies at HELP. In 2004, she was awarded the University of Queensland full scholarship to pursue her final year in Australia and graduated with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Commerce. She was also awarded a University Medal for the Year 2007. In addition, she was one of the recipients of the HELP President’s Commendation in 2008. Huay Yien has completed ICAA programme and she is currently working as a Corporate Accountant at Anglo American Metallurgical Coal, Australia.

    Loo Huay Yien
  • Former student of Wesley Methodist School. She had achieved a CGPA of 4.0 in Edexcel A-levels and progressed to HELP Bachelor of Business (Hons) majoring in Accounting. She achieved High Distinctions in all 9 subjects in Year 1 and won several book prizes. She is currently pursuing Bachelor of Commerce programme majoring in Accounting and Finance at University of Melbourne. She has been awarded The Melbourne International Fee Remission Scholarship (MIFRS) which will cover 50% of the tuition fees at the University of Melbourne for the duration of her studies at the university.

    Chang Rou Lin
  • Former student of SMK Puteri Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. She was one of the top Foundation in Arts student with three High Distinctions and five Distinctions. She then progressed into HELP Bachelor of Business (Hons), majoring in Accounting and graduated in 2011 with a CGPA of 3.62. She was one of the First Class Honours students and was awarded the President Award. She also won numerous scholarships and awards. She received nine papers exemption from ACCA and completed the remaining five papers in HELP CAT within one year. She is currently working as an Equity Capital Markets Analyst at RHB Investment Bank.

    Khaw Ching Ai
  • Former student of SMK Convent Bukit Nanas, Kuala Lumpur. Pei Wun was awarded Top Academic Achiever and completed her Foundation in Arts at HELP. She progressed into HELP Bachelor of Business (Hons), majoring in Accounting and then transferred to The University of Queensland to pursue a Finance degree. She received numerous scholarships and awards and graduated in December 2013. Pei Wun is currently working as a tutor in UQ Business School.

    Han Pei Wun
Academic Team
Mr Stephen Wu Ghee Kean
Dean, Faculty Of Business, Economics and Accounting
BSc (Econ) Hons (London)
MSc (Fin Mgmt) (SOAS, London)
Dr Cheah Sin Chye
Head, Department of Business Studies
DBA (Northumbria)
Dr Ang Eng Sieng
Senior Lecturer
BA (Soc) (Winnipeg)
MBA (Mgt) (Oklahoma City)
PhD (Bulacan)
Dr Angeline Yap Kiew Heong
Senior Lecturer
CA (M)
MBA (Accountancy)
PhD (Accounting) (Malaya)
Dr David Ng Ser Heong
Senior Lecturer
BSc (Fin) (Oklahoma State)
MBA (Fin) (UM)
Dr Harjeet Kaur
Senior Lecturer
BSc (Resource Econ) Hons (UPM)
Dr John Murugesu
Senior Lecturer
MBA (Edinburgh)
ACCA (Fellow)
CIMA (Associate)
Dr K Harikrishnan Kanthen
Senior Lecturer
BSc Ed (Maths) Hons (UM)
ME (Osaka)
PhD (Osaka)
Dr Lee Teck Heang
Senior Lecturer
BA (Acct) Hons (Kent)
MCom (Acct) (CSturt)
CPA Australia
Pn Norzan Abdullah
Senior Lecturer
BA (Malay Studies) Hons (UM)
MPPA (Wisconsin)
Professional Diploma in HRM (MIHRM)
Mr Simon Lim Chee Hooi
Senior Lecturer
BSc (Auckland)
Diploma in TESOL (LTTC)
Masters in TESOL (Auckland)
Mr Selvanadan Muniappan
Senior Lecturer
BCom (Acct) (Madras)
MBA (Hull)
MPhil (Middlesex)
Mr Ravi Varmman Kaniappan
Senior Lecturer
BSocSc (Mgmt) Hons (USM)
MBA (Malaya)
Ms Sridevi R.K. Narayanan
Senior Lecturer
BA (Hons) Econs (UM),
MEcon (UM)
Ms Joyce Leu Fong Yuen
Senior Lecturer
BA (Econ) Hons (UKM)
Mr K Chandra Sakaran A/L Kanan
Senior Lecturer
BEcon (Agr & Res Econ) Hons (UKM)
MTech Mgmt (HR Dev) (UTM)
Ms Sumathi Paramasivam
Senior Lecturer
BA in SocSc & Humanities (History) Hons (UKM)
Post Grad Dip (Mkt)
MA (Mkt) (Northumbria)
Mr Steven Toh Choon Yoong
Senior Lecturer
BComm (Acct) (Distinction) (USQ)
MBA (Distinction) (Heriot-Watt)
CPA Australia
CA (M)
Mr Wan Cheong Kin
Senior Lecturer
BEcon (UUM)
Mr Valliappan Kasi
Senior Lecturer
BA (Econ) Hons (Portsmouth Poly)
MA (Bkg & Fin) (Wales)
Mr Yap Fu Chu
Senior Lecturer
BEcon Hons (Malaya)
Dr Lim Chui Seong
BSc (Comp Sci & Physics) (Campbell, USA)
Dr Vinod Ramachandran
BSc Mathematics First Class Hons (UTM)
Ms Andrea Wang Shuan Wern
BSc in Education (TESL) Hons (UTM)
MESL (Malaya)
Mr Hairul Hisam Bujang
Diploma in Chef Training (ITM)
BSc (Hons) Food Service Mgmt (Uitm)
Master in Hospitality Mgmt (Uitm)
Mr Hassanudin bin Mohd Thas Thaker
BBus (Fin) Hons (HELP)
MSc (App Fin) (IIUM)
Ms Liew Huey Min
Deputy Head, Department of Business Studies
BBA (Hons) (UPM)
MBA (Finance) (Malaya)
Ms Lucy Valentine Eruthayam
Professional Diploma in Training & Development (UM)
Assoc Dip. (TESOL) (LTTC)
MA Hospitality & Tourism (Bournemouth)
Mr N Madhavan A/L Nanairan
Senior Lecturer
BA Hons (Acct & Fin)(Abertay Dundee)
M Acct & Fin (HELP)
Mr R Paneir Selvam
Senior Lecturer
LLB Hons
Dr Alan Chew Fook Yew
Adjunct Faculty
BEcon Hons
MEcon (Malaya)
PhD (Hull)
Dr Sharon Tan Seow Kian
Adjunct Faculty
BEcon (Monash)
MBA (Oklahoma City)
DBA (Charles Stuart)
Abd Azis Bin Abd Majid
Head, School of Hospitality & Tourism
Dip in Hotel and Catering Mgmt (ITM)
BBA (Travel Industry Mgmt) (Hawaii)
MA (Edu & Human Dev) (George Washington)
Dr Ooi Kok Kee
Senior Lecturer
B.A. (Psych)
MBA (Strathclyde)
Dr Teh Chin Hoe
Senior Lecturer
BSc (Chem) Hons
Dip Ed (UM)
MBA (Heriot-Watt)
Dr Wong Siew Chin
Senior Lecturer
BEcon Hons (UUM)
Mr Gooi Chee San
Senior Lecturer
MBA (Fin) (UPM)
CA (M)
Mr Harkiranpal Singh A/L Karpal Singh
Senior Lecturer
LLB Hons (London)
MBA (Leicester)
LLM (Malaya)
Mr Jacob Kulleh
Senior Lecturer
BPublic Admin Hons (UUM)
Dr Kishen Tulsidas Adnani
Senior Lecturer
BSc (Comp Sc) Hons (UPM)
MBA (Nottingham Trent)
Mr Lye Kok Keong
Senior Lecturer
BA (Econ) Hons (Manchester)
MBA (Finance) (UPM)
CA (M)
Mr Mohd Jamil bin Jelani
Senior Lecturer
Dip Acct (MARA)
MBA (App Fin & Inv't) (UKM)
Grad Cert (Bus Reearch) (Newcastle)
CA (M)
Ms Rajesvare Rada
Senior Lecturer
BSc Tourism Mgmt (Toulouse)
MSc Int Tourism & Hosp. Mgmt (Toulouse)
Ms Hemalata a/p Alagan
BCompSc (USM)
Dr Tharunika @ Chithra Latha Ramalingam
Senior Lecturer
LLB Hons (Wolverhampton)
LLM (Staffordshire)
PhD (Malaya)
Dr Chew Eng Khuan
Senior Lecturer
Dip. Mgnt Prac (UK)
B.Sc (Biochemistry & Chemistry) Hons (Malaya)
MD (AUF, Philippines)
Ms. Took Shir Li
BEcon Hons (UKM)
Mr. Alan Yap Cheng Tat
Master in ICT Management (Information Security)(Asia e University)
Mr. Brian Tan Foo Teong
BScBA (Southern New Hampshire)
MBA (Southern Queensland)
Ms. Firdous binti Mohd Farouk
BAcct Hons (IIUM)
MAcct (UiTM)
Ms. Tan Shi Ai
BSc (Applied Mathematics) (Hons) (UM)
Ms. Macrina Francesca Stephen Yap
BSc (Hons) TESL
MEd (UM)
Dr Normala S. Govindarajo
Dip Comp Studies (KBU)
BA (Hons) Multimedia Computing (Conventry U)
MBA (General management)(MMU)
PhD (HR) (UUM)
Mr George Lau Liang Chuan
Dip Ed (MPTKL),
Bed (TESL) Hons (UKM),
Med (Guidance & Counseling) (UPM)
Mr K Chandran Karuppan
Bacct Hons, Med (Malaya)
Mr Hassanudin bin Mohd Thas Thaker
BBus (Fin) Hons (HELP),
MSc (App Fin) (IIUM)
Mr Wong Chee Weng
BBA Hons (UKM),
Dr Mooi Wah Kian
Adjunct Faculty
Dip Public Mgmt (INTAN),
BA (Hons)Mass Comm (USM),
MSc HRM (Scranton),
PhD (Business Admin) (AeU)
Dr Melissa Teoh
Senior Lecturer
MFin (RMIT),
PhD (Malaya)
Prof Dr Tan Siew Ee
Adjunct Professor
BEcon Hons
MEcon (UM)
PhD (Regensburg)