On January 24, delegation from HELP University, Malaysia led by Datuk Dr Paul Chan, Vice Chancellor and President and Henry Lim, Executive Vice President paid a visit to BINUS UNIVERSITY. They were warmly received by Iman Kartowisastro (Vice Rector Academic Development & Provost), Drs. Andreas Chang (Vice Rector Student Affairs & Community Development), Dr. Boto Simatupang (Vice Rector Global Employability & Entrepreneurship), Prof. Bahtiar Saleh Abbas (Vice Rector Research & Technology Transfer) and Ms. Lily Manoharan (Director of BINUS Global) along with a number of BINUS staff members. In the meeting, the delegation from Malaysia shared their views on educational system and discussed the possibility of collaboration between the two universities.
HELP University, formerly known as HELP University College, is a private university located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to its website, ever since its founding in 1986 aims to provide affordable quality educational opportunities for Malaysians, HELP University has developed into the leading institution of higher learning in Malaysia. The University has its unique educational philosophy and pedagogy as it believes education is an opportunity for an individual to realize his fullest potential. It also pioneered twinning programmes in Malaysia.
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