From the outset, the academic standard of the programmes is achieved through a system of quality assurance established by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). For example, the University of London and Anglia Ruskin University are required to adhere to the Code of Practice for the Assurance of Academic Quality and Standards in Higher Education of the United Kingdom.
The MQA Framework provides a basis for quality assurance in the formulation of academic programmes, from curriculum to assessment. Also, the approval from MQA is mandatory before a programme can be advertised and students recruited.
Apart from the external sources as indicated above, quality assurance is achieved through internal structures such as the Academic Committee and Boards of Examiners at the Centre and College levels. HELP CAT collaborates closely with the Centre for Quality Assurance at HELP University. Therefore, checks and balances are provided in structures, systems and processes to ensure the practice and attainment of quality education at HELP CAT.