Ong Zhi En, placed HELP CAT on the world map when she was declared the World Prize Winner for the Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) examination in 2016. As the student with the best results in the Foundation in Taxation paper, Ong Zhi En outdid all other students in centres worldwide.
Monthly Archives: October 2016
HELP College of Arts and Technology played host to 450 student leaders from various private colleges and universities from around the Klang Valley at an annual Student Leadership Seminar organized by the Ministry of Higher Education.
HELP College of Arts and Technology (HELPCAT) was proud and honoured to be the only education institution to host the Flavours of Mexico in Malaysia in collaboration with the Embassy of Mexico as the event returned for the third consecutive year. As part of the event, a Mexican gastronomic workshop and lunch buffet was held on September 20, 2016 at the L’Orangerie Restaurant.
Students and lecturers of HELP College of Arts and Technology (HELPCAT) gathered to celebrate unity and harmony under the brightly lit and colourful lanterns of the Mid-Autumn Festival on September 28, 2016.
Yvonne Teo Yee Voon, 22, a lively and talkative young lady majoring in Psychology in the American Degree Program is one of the up and coming youth leaders of Malaysia.