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Taylor's University

Institution Profile

Background

Taylor's University is one of Malaysia's most successful and reputable private education institutions of higher learning that prides itself in the delivery of a holistic education that results not just in excellent academic accomplishments but also in graduates with qualities that are highly sought after in the global marketplace.

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Taylor's was upgraded to university status by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) on 29 September 2010.

"This is the most significant milestone in our history," said Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Dato' Dr Hassan Said. "Boosted by this recognition, we will continue to uphold the quality of our teaching to fulfill the holistic needs of our students while contributing to the development of Malaysia's human capital," he added.

News of the Taylor's University upgrade comes closely on the heels of its achievement of 'Tier 5: Excellent' in the Rating System for Malaysian Higher Education 2009 (SETARA) by MOHE, announced in July 2010.

For 3 consecutive years beginning 2010, Taylor's won the Putra Brand Award (Gold) in the Education & Learning category; another testament of its unwavering commitment to deliver the best in education. This recognition from the industry and 6,000 consumers who were involved in the online survey adds another feather in the cap for Taylor's University.

Achieving Reader's Digest Trusted Brands Gold Award in 2011 and 2012 status is a genuine recognition of consumers' approval as the survey reflects consumers' choice of their most trusted and favourite brands among the thousands available in the market.

Taylor's University was also named the Best Brand in the Education category for Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts, at the BrandLaureates SMEs Chapter Awards 2011.

In July 2011, Taylor's University received the biggest research grant awarded to a Private University by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), under the Long Research Grant Scheme (LRGS). The award of the RM9million grant demonstrates the government's confidence in Taylor's research and development strengths as well as its ability to deliver on such a huge project.

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The Taylor's University Lakeside Campus received the prestigious PAM Gold Award in September 2011 from Pertubuhan Arkitek Malaysia (PAM), in Category 5 (Education), for its inspiring architecture and landscape. The PAM awards are the premier architecture awards in Malaysia, held bi-annually to recognise the best in architectural work around Malaysia.

The Institute of Landscape Architects Malaysia (ILAM) also awarded Taylor's University Lakeside Campus the Special Honor Award in Category 3: Professional Awards in Landscape Design and Planning at the Malaysia Landscape Architecture Awards (MLAA) 2012. ILAM presents the annual MLAA awards to honour the best in landscape architecture from various aspects of the industry for projects completed in Malaysia and abroad.

Together with the award received in 2011 at the Global Interior Design Award, Taylor's University Lakeside Campus is the first and only property development in Malaysia to be awarded in all three building categories namely Interior Design, Architecture and Landscape.

It's flagship campus, TULC embodies a modern and functional design that is equipped with state of the art facilities that include a multi-storey library, 84-room hotel, a gym, training restaurants, design studios, practical kitchens and hostel among many others. It is an ideal and conducive environment that provides an inspiring space for learning and interaction.

Taylor's University is a member of the Taylor's Education Group. Its Tertiary Division also includes Taylor's College, a centre of excellence in pre-university studies, renowned for its academic excellence and unbeatable track record in placing students into top universities around the world for over 43 years.

To date, more than 65,000 students have graduated from its halls and many have since gone on to become leading authorities in their chosen fields.

Courses Offered

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Diploma Level
1.
Dip. in Education(Primary Education)
Level: Diploma Level
Fees (Local): 38050/Course
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Dip. in Information Technology
Level: Diploma Level
Fees (Local): 42100/Course
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Advanced Diploma Level
Bachelor's Degree Level
1.
American Degree Transfer Program (Actuarial Science)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 51165/Course in Malaysia
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2.
American Degree Transfer Program (Applied Science)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 51165/Course in Malaysia
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3.
American Degree Transfer Program (Business)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 51165/Course in Malaysia
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4.
American Degree Transfer Program (Computer Science)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 51165/Course in Malaysia
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5.
American Degree Transfer Program (Engineering)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 51165/Course in Malaysia
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6.
American Degree Transfer Program (Liberal Arts / Social Science)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 51165/Course in Malaysia
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American Degree Transfer Program (Mass Communication)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 51165/Course in Malaysia
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8.
B.A.(Hons) Accounting & Finance
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 91526/Course
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9.
B.A.(Hons) Business (Human Resource Management)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 88559/Course
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10.
B.A.(Hons) Business (International Business & Marketing)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 88559/Course
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11.
B.A.(Hons) Business (International Business)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 88559/Course
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12.
B.A.(Hons) Business Administration
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 88559/Course
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13.
B.A.(Hons) Graphic Communication Design
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 78470/Course
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14.
B.A.(Hons) Interactive Multimedia Design
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 78528/Course
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15.
B.A.(Hons) Interior Architecture
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 84395/Course
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16.
B.Eng.(Hons) Chemical Engineering
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 128010/Course
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17.
B.Eng.(Hons) Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 127945/Course
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18.
B.Eng.(Hons) Mechanical Engineering
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 128010/Course
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19.
B.Sc. in Culinology
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 89930/Course
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B.Sc.(Hons) Architecture
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 98870/Course
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21.
B.Sc.(Hons) Food Science with Nutrition
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 92018/Course
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22.
Bac. of Business (Hons) Banking and Finance
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 88559/Course
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Bac. of Business (Hons) Finance and Economics
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 88559/Course
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24.
Bac. of Computer Science (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 78590/Course
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25.
Bac. of Computer Science (Hons) (Computer Security and Forensics)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 78590/Course or 79630/Course
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Bac. of Culinary Arts & Food Service Management (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 82530/Course
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Bac. of Education (Primary Education) (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 70190/Course
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28.
Bac. of Information Technology (Hons) (Internet Technologies)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 78590/Course
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29.
Bac. of International Hospitality & Management (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 82430/Course
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30.
Bac. of International Tourism Management (Hons) (Events Management)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 82380/Course
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31.
Bac. of Laws (LL.B) (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 86510/Course
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Bac. of Mass Communication (Hons) (Advertising)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 79910/Course
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33.
Bac. of Mass Communication (Hons) (Broadcasting)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 79910/Course
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34.
Bac. of Mass Communication (Hons) (Public Relations & Event Management)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 79998/Course
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35.
Bac. of Mass Communication (Hons) (Public Relations & Marketing)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 79998/Course
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36.
Bac. of Mass Communication (Hons) (Public Relations)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 79910/Course
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37.
Bac. of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 353258/Course
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38.
Bac. of Quantity Surveying (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 69350/Course
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39.
Bac. of Software Engineering (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 78590/Course
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40.
Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 90018/Course
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41.
Bachelor of Biotechnology (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 83018/Course
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42.
Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 159279/Course
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43.
Bristol MBA (Master in Business Administration, UWE)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 60724/Course
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Postgraduate Certificate of Laws (Intellectual Property Law)
Level: Bachelor's Degree Level
Fees (Local): 24330/Course
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Masters Degree Level
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M.Sc. in Engineering (By Research)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 16800/Course
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M.Sc. in Tourism (By Research)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 16800/Course
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3.
Master in Finance
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 52650/Course
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Master in International Hospitality Management
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 47854/Course
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Master in Management
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 52650/Course
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Master of Architecture
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 46210/Course
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Master of Laws (Healthcare and Medical Law)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 45450/Course
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Master of Laws (Intellectual Property Law)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 45450/Course
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Master of Laws (International Business and Trade Law)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 45450/Course
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10.
Master of Science (By Research)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 16800/Course
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11.
Master of Teaching and Learning
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 27582/Course
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Masters in Communication
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 34100/Course
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MBA (Master in Business Administration
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 48,150/Course
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14.
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching and Learning
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 11370/Course
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15.
Postgraduate Certificate of Laws (Healthcare and Medical Law)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 24330/Course
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Postgraduate Certificate of Laws (International Business and Trade Law)
Level: Masters Degree Level
Fees (Local): 24330/Course
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Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) Level
1.
Ph.D. in Business
Level: Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) Level
Fees (Local): 32550/Course
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Ph.D. in Education (By Research)
Level: Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) Level
Fees (Local): 32550/Course
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Ph.D. in Engineering (By Research)
Level: Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) Level
Fees (Local): 32550/Course
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Ph.D. in Hospitality & Tourism (By Research)
Level: Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) Level
Fees (Local): 32550/Course
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5.
Ph.D. in Science (By Research)
Level: Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) Level
Fees (Local): 32550/Course
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Short Courses
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IELTS/TOEFL Preparation Course
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 580/Course
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IELTS/TOEFL/MUET Workshops
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 580/Course
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Intensive English-Advanced
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 3260/Level
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4.
Intensive English-Elementary
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 3260/Level
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Intensive English-Intermediate
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 3260/Level
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Intensive English-Lower Elementary
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 3260/Level
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Intensive English-Lower Intermediate
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 3260/Level
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Intensive English-Upper Intermediate
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 3260/Level
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9.
International Languages (French)
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 1143/Course
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International Languages (German)
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 1143/Course
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International Languages (Japanese)
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 1143/Course
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12.
International Languages (Korean)
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 1143/Course
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13.
International Languages (Mandarin)
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 1143/Course
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14.
International Languages (Spanish)
Level: Short Courses
Fees (Local): 1143/Course
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Contact Details

Taylor's University

Address:
Taylor’s Lakeside Campus, No.1, Jalan Taylor's
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor

Type: Private University & University College

Tel: 603-5629 5000
Fax: 603-5629 5001
Website: http://www.taylors.edu.my

Other Campuses

Taylor's College - Subang Jaya Campus

Address:
1, Jalan SS 15/8
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor

Type: Private College

Tel: 603-5636 2641
Fax: 603-5634 5209
Website: http://www.taylors.edu.my

Taylor's College, Sri Hartamas

Address:
G1, Ground Floor, No. 62, Jalan Sri Hartamas
Sri Hartamas
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Wilayah Persekutuan

Type: Private College

Tel: +603-6203 0168
Fax: +603-6203 0198
Website: http://www.taylors.edu.my

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Key Personnel

Professor Dato’ Dr Hassan Said

Vice-Chancellor and President, Taylor's University

Professor Dato’ Dr Hassan Said is currently the Vice Chancellor and President of Taylor’s University. Prior to this appointment, he was the Director General of the Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia from January 2005 until April 2008. He was also the Director, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education Malaysia, a position he held beginning May 1998 before his appointment as Director General.

He joined Universiti Sains Malaysia in 1984 as a lecturer in Mathematics at the School of Mathematical Sciences, and was later appointed Dean of the school in 1990. In 1995, he was appointed the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) of the university.

Hassan has been appointed as member of the Board of Directors of various local public and private universities, and council members of various local and international bodies including the Governing Board Member of the South-east Asia Minister of Education for the Regional Centre of Higher Education from 1999-2008. He currently sits as a member of the Board of Directors of Open University Malaysia, Kolej Universiti Yayasan Sabah and Chairman, Board of Directors, Kolej Universiti Islam Perlis. He is also a board member of Capital Market Development Fund, Security Commission, Malaysia.

He is currently a member of the National Higher Education Council and the Head of National Special Project on Private Higher Education, National Professorial Council. He is also a Fellow of the Malaysian Mathematical Society, Fellow Institute of Mathematical and Its Applications, United Kingdom and Fellow Academy Science of Malaysia. He also received the Chevalier de l’ Ordre National du Merite Award from the government of France.

Hassan was awarded Honorary Doctor of Science from Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Honorary Doctor of Science from Multimedia University Malaysia, Honorary Doctor of Engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK, Doctor of Business Administration (Honorary) from University of West England, UK, Honorary Doctor of Educational Leadership from Asia e-University, Malaysia and Honorary Doctor of Human Resources Management from Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia.

Student Views

Christine Teo Yi Jia

School of Biosciences

I chose to study biomedical science because I am interested in how other organisms are used in human research, as well as how our body works from a molecular aspect. I enjoy practical classes the most because I get to perform experiments hands-on and not just study theories which can get boring sometimes. My favourite hangout on the campus is the library which oversees the lakeside.


Christopher Chew Mun Kit

School of Engineering

Engineering at Taylor’s is cool because learning takes place beyond the classroom. Students are challenged to think and innovate through many projects, thus making us more active and independent learners and give us the opportunity to experience what it would be like in the real working world.


Ivan She Sai Hoe

School of Computing and IT

Graduate of RMIT Bachelor of Computer Science
This programme is well structured and has given me a solid foundation. Various types of workshops and talks organised by the school have helped me broaden my knowledge. There are also a number of professional certification opportunities such as Oracle and SAP that ensures students of Taylor’s School of Computing and IT will be highly qualified and sought after.


Jolene Sim

Taylor’s Business School

Director, Mainstream Online Buzz
I think a good institution of higher learning would provide exposure and opportunities to facilitate growth for their students. Taylor’s Business School (TBS) definitely provided that for us.

During our time at TBS, we had the opportunity to join the Taylor's Business Plan Competition, entered a Delta Forum in HKUST Hong Kong, and were also sponsored to participate in the Maybank Money Tree Young Entreprenuer Startup Challenge (which eventually led to us forming our own company even before we graduated). So it wasn't just academic education, it was very much academic and practical (provided you take the opportunities provided to you).

For me, TBS has indeed grounded me for the working world as well as provided countless opportunities to live a fulfilling and fun university life.


Joni Ong Ker Shing

Taylor’s School of Architecture, Building and Design

Taylor’s University provides a conducive study environment where I am able to excel academically and maximise my potential. The lecturers are highly proficient in their respective fields and constantly encourage us to progress. At Taylor’s University, the course syllabus is well-designed and organised, which allows me to explore ideas clearly and widely. With a varied mixture of students both local and international, I have gained a broader circle of friends, which adds colours to my social life. It has boosted my confidence to achieve my dream to become an architect. Organised school activities have also been rather exciting and constructive at the same time.


Joshua Tan Wyn Wye

The Design School at Taylor’s

This course is perfect for me to channel my passion and develop my creativity. Simply put, interior design is the heart and soul of space. Through this course, I learn various aspects of how to create liveable and beautiful interior spaces that satisfy the needs of the people using them. I have discovered the levels of thought and depth it takes and the long hours required to achieve a profound design. Taylor’s rocks because of its people! I get to meet so many new people who touch my life in many ways, big and small. It is the people that give this place life and colour. I have participated in the Malaysian Society of Interior Designers (MSID) Satu, Tiga Belas and Empat Belas competitions, where design students from various institutions get to meet and inspire each other through exciting activities and challenges. In the future, I would love to work with famous and inspiring designers such as Karim Rashid.


Leonard Leao Xi Long

School of Communication

It was not an easy decision. There was a lot of compromise between what I wanted and what my parents thought was best for me. My final decision was based on the subjects offered, cost and the fact that this degree is widely recognized. What I studied deals with a wide range of areas, such as advertising, broadcasting, journalism and marketing. I learn everything from writing feature stories to creating promotional materials and editing video. This course gives me the knowledge to be an all-rounder in whatever field I choose to work in. I also find it exhilarating to try new things and win some goodies along the way. I have participated and won awards in several competitions e.g. BMW Shorties, Media One Asia MyLifeMyWay, Filmmaker Annonymous and Kancil Awards. I know I made the right decision to study this course because I have never experienced so much creative freedom and I could not be happier.


Louis Poh

School of Medicine

"I was a very quiet person before. But after three months, I found myself turning into a very talkative person. To give an example, for our integrated science project on the topic Fruit Batteries and Its Potential, I learned to overcome my panic and fear of giving presentations. My communication and presentation skills have improved tremendously and I've become good at persuasion and debates. Doing this course also taught me to manage my time properly, do research work, increase my computer literacy and brush up on my practical skills. These skills gave me the confidence to face difficult times like sitting for exams. To manage my time, I prepare a timetable for myself and discipline myself to follow it in order to complete my to-do list. I am very happy to have improved myself in many areas and to learn so many things in this course."


Shaahid Ismail, Zimbabwe

School of Computing and IT

Graduate of RMIT Bachelor of Information Technology
Overall, I have found the staff here to be extremely professional, and the university to be a fun place to learn. The lecturers are very approachable, and have always provided me with the necessary guidance. I highly recommend Taylor’s School of Computing and IT to anyone interested in Computer Science and Information Technology.


Teoh Yun Kit

School of Biosciences

I’ve always had an interest in biological sciences and studying in Taylor’s has been fun, exciting and engaging! I have gained a better understanding of how living things function – every living thing is a complete yet mysterious piece of working machinery. I enjoyed subjects like Virology, Microbiology and Immunology.


Vyjayanthi

Centre for Continuing Professional Education

Executive Certificate in Event Management
Head of Business Development As head of business development, I’ve conducted a fair bit of events, but it’s usually been through a trial and error process. Through this course, I’ve learned how to organise events using a more systematic approach. This is very important since I plan to go into event management full-time in the future.”


Aminath Samah Abbas, Maldives

Taylor’s Graduate School

Product Manager, Villa Hotels Maldives
The most important skill that I learned is how a manager thinks in the hospitality industry. Today, I know how to manage large complex objectives. All I need to do is break them down into smaller manageable goals. The programme has inspired me and given me what it takes to be a bold and creative business leader. I am sure that I will be able to make positive and valuable contributions to business performance in every role I take on.


Amy Linda Bennett, UK

Taylor's Law school

University of Reading
Taylor's Law school helped me put my legal knowledge into practice which is important for law students. It was educational & I enjoyed my stay in Malaysia.


Bala Myrali Nanda

Taylor’s Graduate School

Project Consultant,
Royal Kingdom of Swaziland

Pursued my Masters with the goal of upgrading my qualifications, but I’ve gained much more through avaluable experience at Taylor’s. The opportunities to meetand work with different people from around the world have broadened my horizons and given me useful exposure. One of my favourite subjects was Hotel and Foodservice Engineering, which enhanced my knowledge in the development, production and technological issues related to running a hotel or food service chain.


Hamsa Amged (Low Inter) Iraq

Taylor’s Language Centre

Studying at TLC is interesting: The teachers are very nice, friendly and helpful. Malaysia is a modern country with many English speakers, so I am able to practise my English here. I believe that by practising English daily, one will pick up the language faster, just like how I am. I’m enjoying my studies at TLC very much!


Handy Lie, Indonesia

School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts

Account Manager – Corporate Market, Hotel Atlet Century Park, Jakarta
I was seeking for a hospitality school which is well recognized with affordable tuition fees. Studying at Taylor’s and acquiring a French degree was something I could not resist at all. The valuable knowledge imparted from the highly qualified lecturers gave me the opportunity to strive better in the highly competitive hospitality industry. I stood out from the others in terms of my ability to think critically and complete challenging tasks.


Jonathan Adam, Indonesia

School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts

System Engineer, HRS Marketing Pvt. Ltd. Singapore
Taylor’s University School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts (TCHT) was the first school to offer a degree and now even the only school in Malaysia to offer programmes up till Master and PhD, thus I see TCHT as a trustable school to study at. I love the study environment at Taylor’s and the lecturers were very helpful. The programme is well-designed to equip us with basic knowledge of the hotel industry as well as communication skills, which is very important in any fields of work. Working in the IT industry now, I am able to apply my servicing, operation and communication skills in I’ve learnt from my hospitality studies.


Karen Foong

Taylor's Law school

University of Reading
I am glad I picked Taylor’s and the University of Reading as my choice because both institutions are highly respected and established. I am impressed with the structure of the course, the way in which it is assessed and also the flexibility that comes with building my own law degree to suit my interests and needs.


Louis Hu, China

School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts

IBIS China Management Trainee
ACCOR Group – Greater China

I chose School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts because of its recognition in the field of hospitality study, as well as its collaboration with a reputable French university which is the University of Toulouse. The well balanced of practical and theoretical courses really helped me to be an all-rounder at the end of my study. The programme also equipped students with adequate hands on experience on the operation side, which serves as an advantage for fresh graduates.


Mathieu Lernaitre, France

Taylor’s Graduate School

Assistant Researcher, Taylor’s Toulouse University Centre
The research dimension of this programme has definitely been my greatest challenge, to which it was also the most fascinating and exciting subject. Within two years, I specialised in the study of event tourism, and I have met a team of lecturers and peers from all over Asia, Europe and Middle East, who I found to be significantly helpful in my learning process. Today, that interest, the conducive and rewarding learning environment has given a will to pursue a PhD in Social Economics.


Stephen Roberts

Taylor's Law school

University of Reading
It was exciting to be exposed to mock trial sessions. In five week I learnt so much - drafting, conducting research, interacting with real clients, networking and summarizing regulations.


Zareena Sameen, Phillipines

Taylor's School of Communication
Pursuing journalism studies at Taylor's is preparing me well to achieve my goal of becoming a broadcast journalist in the entertainment industry. I am learning important skills such as interviewing sources, reporting on events and writing for news. One day I hope to be an anchor or host of a television entertainment news show, reporting on major events and talking to famous people. I enjoy my classes because the lecturers are good at making the subject matter interesting. Instead of just throwing information at us, they use relevant examples, share their experiences and even add in humour to help us understand the subject matter.