April 29, 2013
HELP International School is expected to see its initial major intake by January 2014.
However, the school aims to start classes as early as October 2013 to cater to foreign students who wish to begin earlier, said HELP executive director Adam Chan Eu-Khin.
The major intake will include Malaysians.
HELP International School will take up 6 acres of the 23 acres purchased for the new Subang 2 campus, said Chan. Construction of the school will cost RM 40million.
On the other hand, the new university campus worth RM 150million is slated to open in 2015.
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