Help University 3+0
Help University 3+0, a 3+0 degree means that the entire foreign university degree programme is taught in Malaysia. It is suitable for local and international students who are looking for a more cost-efficient way to earn an overseas Bachelor’s degree.
Benefits of a ‘3+0* Degree Programme
It is definitely more economical because the entire course fees and the living expenses for the duration of the course are paid in Malaysian Ringgit which will result in a lower cost of study for the student. Students can thus expect to save about RM90,000 to RM 150,000 for the entire degree, depending on the course of study and the foreign partner university involved. For example, the total tuition fees for a 3-year Business Degree is estimated to range from RM39,000 to RM52,000. Thus the ‘3 + 0’ degree programme assures substantial savings.
The ‘3+0’ degree programme is approved by the Ministry of Higher Education and as such, the institutions offering such programmes are constantly under the scrutiny of the national quality assurance agency, MQA (Malaysian Qualifications Agency). The foreign partner university will also send lecturers to the Malaysian institution to lecture as well as conduct regular audits on the Malaysian institution. Britain’s Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) will audit the quality of ‘3+0’ degree programmes in collaboration with foreign partner universities from the United Kingdom. Therefore, students can be assured that the ‘3+0’ degree programmes offered by PHEIs in Malaysia are NOT in any way inferior to those provided by the foreign partner university.
HELP College of Art and Technology
HELP Academy and help College of Art and Technology are a well-established institution that offers a variety of programs covering business, law, management, economics, IT, social sciences and the humanities.
HELP first offered twinning programmes with the University of Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom, and the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. It also has numerous partnerships with various universities in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, and in Europe.