List of Courses
Entrepreneurial Learning in ECE
A significant feature of the ECE programmes is to train students to be future entrepreneurs in the early childhood industry. Equipped with relevant business skills and knowledge to set up businesses, students will play significant roles toward providing access to quality education, lifelong learning and the overall wellbeing of young children.
THE HELP DIPLOMA IN ECE (DECE) AND BACHELOR OF ECE (BECE) CURRICULUM
HELP University offers systematic and comprehensive Diploma and Bachelor degrees in Early Childhood Education. Our programmes are fully accredited and recognised by the MQA (Malaysian Qualifications Agency) and comply with the Malaysian Qualifications Framework. The scope and content of the programmes are spiral and integrated.
Educator-Carers begin their ECE studies with a broad appraisal of the ECCE knowledge base and progressively become qualified through practical experiences in Nurseries and Kindergartens. They eventually become certified to work with young children in homes, schools and various societal settings.
The classes are conducted via various teaching and learning styles such as blended learning, face-to-face tutorial, project-based learning, small and large group discussions, field trips, instructional games, and oral presentations. With such active learning and learner-centred pedagogical approaches, students are given the freedom and ownership in their learning. This will motivate them to a higher level of achievement.
21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM
The 21st century classrooms in HELP University are equipped with the latest hardware, software and a centralized control system to create a comfortable and safe learning environment conducive for meaningful communication and collaboration. As a result, students will be able to brainstorm and discuss critical issues as well as generate novel ideas.
DIVERSITY IN LEARNING
HELP University is home to international students from countries such as Japan, South Korea, China and Brunei. Therefore, students can experience an international learning environment. This contributes to their awareness and understanding of other cultures as well as an appreciation of other points of view. It contributes to students’ ability to adapt to the global work environment.
The academic team is a good mix of local and international lecturers who bring with them a wealth of practical experience and expertise in research in early childhood education.
The link between the Department of Education and HELP International School (HIS) provides an opportunity for all our students in the Faculty to observe and directly experience learning in an international school setting through interactions with the teaching faculty of the school and participating in research projects involving the school and the Department.