Diploma programmes are attractive because of their focus on areas which seamlessly transit into subject majors at university compared to conventional pre-university courses. They also enable Diploma holders to enter the job market easily, either to gain work experience before resuming studies at degree level, or to start their career of choice immediately with the advantage of a head-start over peers who enter employment two years later via the degree route.
A standout example is HELP’s distinguished Diploma in IT alumnus Boris Chitombo, who rose to the rank of chief software developer and eventually became a partner at Geoview Data Services (GDS), a geodetic software development company servicing the offshore oil and gas exploration and production industry.
HELP’s diploma programmes empower students with robust intellectual skills and a future-ready mindset. They mature with academic and professional guidance and mentorship from the distinguished faculty members and excel in university studies. Because of their strong academic standing, they are also widely recognised and accepted for credit transfer to universities in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and China.
HELP offers six fast-track diploma to degree programmes for SPM and O-Level…