Achievements

Corporate Awards

  • Recognised by Forbes as one of the 200 Best Performing companies in Asia Pacific with capitalization below USD1 billion (2011)
  • Ranked 43rd in the KPMG Shareholder Value Award Programme 2010
  • Included in Transparency Index for Corporate Governance (Minority Shareholders Watchdog Group) – the only educational institution to be included
  • Chosen by OSK as one of the “50 Jewels” among small capital companies
  • Brand Laureate Award for Tertiary Education (Private) 2011-2012
  • Asia Pacific Leadership Award 2012 (Social Service)

Datin Chan-Low Kam Yoke

CEO, HELP University

  • Ernst & Young award for Woman Entrepreneur of the Year (2011)
  • Education Personality of the Year Award (2011) from the Australian High Commission
  • Business Ambassador for South Australia – appointed by the South Australian government
  • Hon Doctor of Business Administration, University of East London
  • Hon Doctor of Education, Charles Sturt University
  • Hon Doctor of the University, The University of Queensland

Datuk Dr Paul Chan

Vice-Chancellor And President, HELP University

  • Recipient of Australian National University, (ANU), International Alumnus Award, 2016
  • Recipient of the Education Innovation Award by the World Education Congress, 2012
  • Member of Australia’s TEQSA, Malaysian Education Higher Education Council, China’s CSCSE Study Abroad Quality Assurance Panel,
  • Awarded the Panglima Jasa Negara (P.J.N) in 2008 by the King of Malaysia, granting him the title of “Datuk” for meritorious service to the nation,
  • Member of Australian prestigious ANU College of Business & Economics and inducted into its Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame, 2004,
  • Contributing to various Malaysian Government projects, including the Five Year Plans, 1st Industrial Master Plan, and being economic advisor to the Prime Minister’s Department (1986-1989), Dr Chan assisted in constructing the KLSE Composite Index, and was Chairman of the Committee from 1991-2001.
  • Honorary Doctor of Business, Charles Sturt University, 2000
  • Honorary Phd, Oxford-Brookes University, 1997

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