Faculties

HELP Matriculation Centre

Why Foundation @ HELP?

  • Recognition by universities in Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, United States of America and other countries
  • A flexible programme which offers a broad-based education providing exposure to a variety of disciplines, thus allowing students to make an informed choice when deciding on a future career
  • Experienced and committed teaching faculty with proven track records
  • Recognition by universities in Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, United States of America and other countries
  • Cultural exchange and networking opportunities from a healthy mix of international and local students
  • Value added subjects such as Critical Thinking Skills, Study Skills, Personal Development & Leadership and Culture, Arts and Politics to inculcate broader appeal and thinking
  • Leadership training specially designed by experienced psychologists and trained facilitators highlighting the following areas:
    • self-confidence and self-esteem
    • dealing with fear
    • dealing with change
    • team work
    • cultivating the right values in order to be an ethical employee
  • Community service emphasising the importance of being kind and empathetic towards others who are less fortunate
  • Small classes conducive for learning
  • Financial assistance available

Interesting Facts

  • Board base education which allows and encourages career exploration
  • A flexible programme which offers a broad-based education providing exposure to a variety of disciplines, thus allowing students to make an informed choice when deciding on a future career
  • Leadership and self-improvement series that Enhance Employability
  • Direct entry to world class universities in UK, Australia, and New Zealand. e. ANU, UQ , Leeds, and Liverpool.

Signature programme

HMC Leadership Programme

HELP Matriculation Center’s (HMC) leadership camp aims to nurture the students’ character. At the camp, students are motivated to uplift their sense of self-worth as well as encourage them to acquire important qualities such as self-ownership, effective communication, leadership, teamwork as well as planning and flexibility for future endeavors.

HMC Community Service

Students completing their foundation studies at HMC are required to contribute to the society by completing a minimum of 10 hours of community service. By engaging in the volunteer work, they have an opportunity to learn experientially. Not only does this experience allows students to make more informed choices about college and future career options, but also instills in them a lifelong interest to help others in need.

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