Help you earn degrees that are marketable
WITH University of East London’s (UEL) unique (3+0) programmes at HELP Academy, students are offered the opportunity to earn an internationally recognised degree.
More than 2,662 successful graduates were exposed to an industry-oriented curriculum, making them highly employable and globally mobile.
The (3+0) UEL degree programmes offered at HELP include Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Management, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Accounting and Finance, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Marketing, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) International Business and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Events Management.
These five degrees are highly marketable with great employment prospects.
The Business Management, Marketing and International Business degrees span the operations and theories of business. It covers the ability to produce products or services, consumer behaviours, management of resources and others.
The Events Management degree is in demand by businesses. It addresses specific business issues relating to events marketing and project management.
Accounting and Finance honours degree prepares graduates to meet the demands of the accounting and finance sectors of the economy.
With exemptions from the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA) fundamental level papers, it allows the accounting and finance graduate to obtain a professional accountancy qualification within a short time.
Department Head Dr James Nayagam said that UEL graduates are in demand and as a professional qualification, with the honours degree recognised by ACCA UK, Certified Practising Accounting (CPA) Australia as well as the Malaysia Institute of Accountants (MIA).
As part of the 3+0 arrangement, UEL’s external examiners visit HELP three times a year, to ensure standards are similar and also examination questions are moderated for high standards and for benchmarking requirements.
Dr Nayagam said students registered for the UEL May 2013 intake are encouraged to complete a four-month internship, equivalent to eight credit hours, to ensure they are exposed to the industry.
Last year, UEL UK, won Outstanding International Strategy at Times Higher Education Awards 2012 for its Global Reach Strategy, in its transformation programme to offer its students a different experience.
This includes the opportunity for students to travel to other UEL campuses for their studies, whether in Malaysia, Vietnam or Cyprus.
Dr Nayagam said university education opens doors to a global learning community where students acquire skills that enable them to work in both a local and international environment.
HELP UEL graduates are
Low Chern Hong
Abdulla Zubair Ahmed