HELP International Corporation (HELP Group) was incorporated on 20 June 2005 as the investment holding company for its various businesses, which are primarily in the field of education. Currently, the HELP Group consists of five main institutions, HELP University (HU); HELP Academy (HA); HELP College of Arts and Technology (HELP CAT); the College of Automotive Technology Management, a joint venture with NAZA Group of Companies; and HELP International School.
HELP Academy is the provider of twinning programs at HELP and offers the Edexcel International Advance Levels, the Cambridge A-Levels and The University of London International Programmes.
HELP CAT at Fraser Business Park, Kuala Lumpur is part of a multi-campus development of the HELP Group. A purpose-designed campus, HELP CAT offers a wide range of innovative academic, professional and vocational programs such as the Centre of Culinary Entrepreneurship, in partnership with Institut Paul Bocuse of France and a wide range of diploma, short courses and professional programs such as ACCA and CAT to increase options for credit transfer and competency training.
HELP International School is HELP Group's first foray into primary and secondary education in Malaysia. The school will be modeled after UK's syllabus leading up to the Cambridge A-Levels. The school began operation in January 2014, at Subang Bestari, Selangor.
The HELP Group has more than 11,000 students, with a large number of overseas students from 80 countries across the globe pursuing their degrees at its various institutions.