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HELP University

Malaysia

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Haiqal

Haiqal

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2015

Bachelor of Psychology

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4
WRITTEN ON 24 JAN 2015

Starting the college life.

With a fresh start, starting everything from scratch like gaining new knowledge from the basic aspect and making new friends, these were the highlights of my years in HELP University. Each semester gave me different stories to be remembered. 

With a fresh start, starting everything from scratch like gaining new knowledge from the basic aspect and making new friends, these were the highlights of my years in HELP University. Each semester gave me different stories to be remembered.

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Wazir

Wazir

Diplomas and Certificates

Year of graduation 2010

Diploma in Business

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4
WRITTEN ON 19 APR 2014

HELP - Hey Everybody Let's Party!

HELP University is indeed a party school. Some people just come to class to "jual muka" and become a social whore. It's definitely a good place to meet people and see where the parties are at.

Anyways, when it comes to the study experience, it depends on the lecturers honestly. There are some top-notch ones and there are some that just don't care..... But I think when it comes down to it it's all up to you to study yourself and get good grades for the courses.

When it comes to facilities and the service, things are always broken down.. and I'm talking about some of the workers there too. Some of them are just a waste of space and not helpful at all. And you have to run around from 1 office to another just to get certain things done like registering your courses and yourself as a student there.

Even so, I met some great people there and I have no regrets because of that!

But I studied here during 2006-2010, so things might have changed by now as when I was there it was HELP University College, and now it's HELP University. So maybe it's an upgrade?

Whatever it is best to ask people who are already studying there for all the right info!

HELP University is indeed a party school. Some people just come to class to "jual muka" and become a social whore. It's definitely a good place to meet people and see where the parties are at. Anyways, when it comes to the study experience, it depends on the lecturers honestly. There are some top-notch ones and there are some that just don't care..... But I think when it comes down to it it's all up to you to study yourself and get good grades for the courses. When it comes to facilities and the service, things are always broken down.. and I'm talking about some of the workers there too. Some of them are just a waste of space and not helpful at all. And you have to run around from 1 office to another just to get certain things done like registering your courses and yourself as a student there. Even so, I met some great people there and I have no regrets because of that! But I studied here during 2006-2010, so things might have changed by now as when I was there it was HELP University College, and now it's HELP University. So maybe it's an upgrade? Whatever it is best to ask people who are already studying there for all the right info!

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2010

Psychology

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4
WRITTEN ON 22 JUN 2010

A Review that done by a normal person

I organized quite few events in the college, met many different people who came from different background. The most important advice i would like to give anyone who are going to study in my college is...train your English before you enter to our college.

I organized quite few events in the college, met many different people who came from different background. The most important advice i would like to give anyone who are going to study in my college is...train your English before you enter to our college.

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