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HELP University students earn HELP-UWE Scholarships
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HELP University students earn HELP-UWE Scholarships

From left to right: Claudia Marie Skelchy & Lisha Gan Yennee By LIM VIN TSEN Two HELP University students were recently awarded scholarships to further their studies to the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol, UK. They are Claudia Marie Skelchy and Lisha Gan Yennee. Lisha Gan Yennee is a twenty-one student…

Make it Real at Derby:  Study at the University of Derby to challenge your ambitions and make a difference.

Make it Real at Derby:  Study at the University of Derby to challenge your ambitions and make a difference.

By Lim Vin Tsen The University of Derby is known to focus on students overall well-being while providing the much attributed skills and making its graduates work-ready despite their excellent education. This is proven in one instance where recently, the University of Derby in the UK has won the Guardian University Award 2020 for Social…

APEL.Q opening doors for you to pursue a degree without any formal qualifications
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APEL.Q opening doors for you to pursue a degree without any formal qualifications

In the spirit of flexible learning and lifelong learning, this ‘special’ educational pathway (APEL.Q) recognizes your working experience and converts it into a formal recognition towards the award of a postgraduate or undergraduate degree. This pathway reduces redundancy in learning and hence accelerates the time taken to earn a degree. It is called the accreditation…

The Refugee-Community School – Al-Aliyah International School (AIS) A Narrative By Rosalind Ahju

The Refugee-Community School – Al-Aliyah International School (AIS) A Narrative By Rosalind Ahju

ECE Senior Lecturer, HELP University Al-Aliyah International School (AIS) is a non-profit Refugee-Community initiative to open up a school located in Gombak for the children of refugees. The school is a Rohingya family-based centre that works towards a holistic and sustainable educational model. The school aims to increase the quality and living standard of the…

HELP University’s Business Programme: EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS

HELP University’s Business Programme: EDUCATING THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS

HELP University’s Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting (FBEA) is the leading provider of business and related programmes faculty since 1986. The faculty offers honours degree programmes in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, Hospitality Management, Tourism Management and Business Psychology, and the Diploma in Business. These programmes…

Mindful Parenting and Parental Burnout among Parents of Children with Special Education Needs: The Mediating Effects of Parenting Stress
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Mindful Parenting and Parental Burnout among Parents of Children with Special Education Needs: The Mediating Effects of Parenting Stress

Tan Jie Ni – Thesis title: Mindful Parenting and Parental Burnout among Parents of Children with Special Education eeds: The Mediating Effects of Parenting Stress By Lim Vin Tsen Miss Tan Jie Nie is a recent graduate of HELP Univesity’s Psychology Programme and in this symposium, she presented her thesis presentation on the topic of…

“The Global Pandemic & Tourism: The Future of Tourism under the glare of COVID-19”
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“The Global Pandemic & Tourism: The Future of Tourism under the glare of COVID-19”

By Lim Vin Tsen Before COVID-19, travel and tourism had become one of the most important sectors in the world economy, accounting for 10 percent of global GDP and more than 320 million jobs worldwide. In 1950, at the dawn of the jet age, just 25 million people took foreign trips. By 2019, that number…