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HELP University’s Best Information Technology Programmes with Credit Transfer to Top Ranked University of Queensland, Australia

Top Computing Programmes in Malaysia at HELP University Damansara Heights

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Ever since its founding in 1986 to provide affordable quality educational opportunities for Malaysians, HELP University has developed into one of the best universities in Malaysia

The top rated Information Technology (IT) Programmes offered at HELP University are:

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Accreditation & Recognition of the Information Technology (IT) Programmes at HELP University in Malaysia

HELP University offer great facilities, supported by excellent lecturers, and their courses are accredited by MQA and recognized by the Ministry of Education. Scholarships are available to deserving students. Affordable hostel accommodation is available.

Top Reasons to Study Information Technology (IT) at HELP University

Auditorium at HELP University

Auditorium at HELP University

1. Industry endorsed programs

a. Industry Advisory Board (IAB) provides advice to align curriculum with industry’s needs to ensure graduates’ employability. 
b. Robust linkages with the industry to provide internships for undergraduates and
graduates.
c. Expert guest lecturers from the industry.

An Industry Advisory Board (IAB) was established by the Department of Information Technology (ITD) to ensure that the IT programs offered are relevant and effective for its undergraduates; and to strengthen the department’s ties with the computing industry.

The IAB consists of senior industrialists and professionals with local and global representation eg HT Consulting, IBM, Microsoft, TMS, DiGi and Gamonster.

The IAB advises on course content in the context of industrial trends and employment prospects, and supports ITD’s activities in placing undergraduates in internship programs and graduates in employment upon graduation. The IAB also provides advice on research activity and opportunities.

2. Great career prospects 
99.99% employability for graduates. HELP University’s IT graduates have been employed by Accenture, Shell, Astro, Star, Maxis, HP, Intel, Citibank, IBM, etc.
 
Job assistance from HELP University and internships are available for our graduates via industry linkages and career exposure. Our students are highly sought after by leading companies.
Some of HELP University’s students have been employed by Accenture, IBM, Citibank, Maxis Communications, IBM, Motorola Malaysia, HSBC (China), MIMOS, Sapura Holdings, Broadcast Network Systems (ASTRO), Shell, HP and many others.

3. Low lecturer-student ratio for the IT course at HELP University – ranging from 1:5 to 1:20.
 
4. Excellent teaching faculty at HELP University
a. 80% of lecturers with over 10 years teaching and industry experience.
b. All lecturers have Masters qualifications. Industry strength final year projects ~ students are provided opportunities to work on industry strength projects with industry partners.

HELP University IT Programmes Credit Transfer to The University of Queensland

HELP University IT students can save on costs by transferring to one of the best universities in Australia, University of Queensland.

HELP University IT students can save on costs by transferring to one of the best universities in Australia, University of Queensland.

The Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Information Technology with Honours are provided as part of an exclusive credit transfer arrangement with the University of Queensland.
The BEng and BIT are the University of Queensland’s internationally recognised specialist degrees in engineering, computer technology and applications. The degrees include a central core comprising compulsory study in computer science and several affiliated areas. Partial tuition remission scholar-ships are available on a case-by-case basis.
  • Bachelor of Information Technology (2+1 Credit Transfer)
  • Bachelor of Information Technology Honours* (2+2 Credit Transfer)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) (2+2 Credit Transfer)
  • Master of Computer ScienceT (2+1+1.5 Credit Transfer)
  • Master of Computer ScienceT (3+1.5)

HELP University Bachelor of Information Technology 2+1 transfer to University of Queensland

Year 1 Subjects for the HELP University Bachelor of Information Technology 2+1 transfer to University of Queensland

  • Introduction to Data Communications
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Internet Concepts & Infrastructure
  • Introduction to Database Systems
  • Programming in Java I
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Introduction to Information Technology
  • IT and Entrepreneurship

Year 2 Subjects for the HELP University Bachelor of Information Technology 2+1 transfer to University of Queensland

  • Object-Oriented Modelling Using UML
  • Programming in Java II
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Systems & Networks
  • Operating Systems Concepts
  • Introduction to Computer Systems Engineering
  • User Experience Design
  • System Analysis and Design For Bachelor of Information Technology,

Year 3 is completed at the University of Queensland. For Bachelor of Information Technology Honours, Years 3 and 4 are completed at The University of Queensland

HELP University Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) 2+1 transfer to University of Queensland

Year 1 Subjects for the HELP University Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) 2+1 transfer to University of Queensland

  • Introduction to Data Communications
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Internet Concepts & Infrastructure
  • Introduction to Database Systems
  • Programming in Java I
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Introduction to Information Technology
  • Application of Mathematics in IT + supplementary workshop

Year 2 Subjects for the HELP University Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) 2+1 transfer to University of Queensland

  • Object-Oriented Modelling Using UML
  • Operating Systems Concepts
  • Introduction to Computer Systems Engineering
  • User Experience Design
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Multivariate Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Mobile Communications

Programming in Java II For Bachelor of Engineering, Years 3 and 4 are completed at The University of Queensland.

• *Subject to performance in the first +1 at UQ • TYears at HELP followed by 1 year at UQ for completion of BinfTech. MCompSc entails a 3-semester year or 1.5 years. • TAfter completion of BIT(Hons) at HELP, students may transfer to UQ for MCompSc. MCompSc entails a 3-semester year or 1.5 years.

University of Queensland World Rankings

  • the Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities, which rated UQ at 85th in the world;

    HELP University IT students can transfer to the top ranked University of Queensland for the final part of their degree.

    HELP University IT students can transfer to the top ranked University of Queensland for the final part of their degree.

  • the QS World University Rankings (world ranking 43);
  • the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (63)
  • the 2013 Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities (67).

The University of Queensland has held its position in the top 100 universities globally, according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities for 2014.

UQ is ranked at 85 in the world for the second consecutive year,  the highest it has been in this prestigious research-based ranking,  and third highest in Australia.

In the rankings, UQ improved to a top-100 position in the social sciences field and maintained its top 100 positions in the fields of clinical medicine and pharmacy, and engineering/technology and computer sciences (in the 76-100 band).

UQ has maintained top-50 positions in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2014, with six top-20 spots. The 2014 QS World University Rankings by Subject evaluated 3002 universities and ranked 689 of them.

UQ is ranked in the top 100 universities worldwide, measured through a number of major independent university rankings: the Academic Ranking of World Universities, Times Higher Education World University Rankings and QS World University Rankings. UQ is placed among the top 10 institutions in the Asia-Pacific by the Academic Ranking of World Universities and is rated five

stars (the highest rating given) by the QS Five Star Plus Rating. More than 46,800 students including 11,389 international students from 142 nations choose to study at UQ.

Through HELP University’s strategic partnership with the top ranked University of Queensland, IT students can graduate from one of the best universities in Australia.

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