Successful pilot of Malaysia’s Premier Digital Tech Institutions lays foundation for strong digital talent pipeline
3 institutions added including Help University & Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Model of creating experiential learning includes faculty attachment in industry
Partners Digi, HELP University, Rhombus Connexion and Spritzer to provide support to Malaysian technology startups.
The results of an impact study commissioned by Cradle show that early stage investment greatly benefits the country.
Cradle impact study conducted with Help University underlines its contribution to Malaysia from 2008 to 2016.
SAS Institute and the HELP College of Arts and Technology (HELP CAT) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that would see them offering a joint certificate for the latter’s Diploma in Business Information Systems and Bachelor of Science (Hons) Business Information Systems programmes.
Help University has announced a new collaboration with S5 and IBM Malaysia, as part of an overall plan to improve exposure of its IT students via additional technical skills and internships.
Malaysia does not have enough skilled ICT staff to meet its own national aspirations, let alone compete against other economies in the region. Tertiary institutes are working with the industry to address the issue, however.