Malaysia’s HELP University was founded in 1986 to provide affordable quality educational opportunities for many Malaysians unable to access tertiary education at the very few local universities then and could not afford the high cost of studies abroad.
HELP became popular because of the distance learning centre for MBA studies and approved offshore delivery centre for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of well-known UK and Australian universities such as The University of Hull, University of London LSE and Charles Sturt University.
It offers a wide and diverse range of programmes covering business, accounting and finance, psychology, law, management, economics, social sciences, IT, and the humanities at undergraduate and graduate levels.
HELP enjoys strong collaborative relationships with top universities across the world such as LSE, Imperial College London, Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oxford, Cambridge, The University of Queensland and the Australian National University.
The ELM Graduate School has grown from being a reliable School to a postgraduate centre for HELP’s own MBA, and a spread of programmes that include, Entrepreneurship, Project Management, Accounting and Finance, and Human Resource Development, the DBA by coursework and research, research-based MPhil and PhD.
HELP University has two campuses: HELP Damansara Heights campus and HELP Subang 2 campus.
The main campus is situated in multiple blocks in Damansara Heights in the capital city, Kuala Lumpur (KL), centrally located in the Klang Valley.
All learning, teaching, and assessments are conducted in English.
Damansara campus is also near to trendy F&B facilities in the vicinity. The other purpose-built 23-acre Subang 2 “Green and Energy-efficient” campus in Selangor, at the doorstep of KL, – in the Subang Bestari and the upcoming Kwasa Damansara commercial transformation neighbourhoods – houses the Psychology, Business, Education, Early Childhood Education, IT faculties, and the HELP Matriculation Centre, and accommodates up to 2,500 students. Both campuses are within walking distance of and interconnected by MRT, (the Mass Rapid Transit rail system).
HELP’s Subang 2 campus is a 23-acre site located on the doorstep of the upcoming Kwasa Damansara, which is undergoing a massive commercial transformation and supported by substantial infrastructure development such as the MRT Sungai Buloh station.
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