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Foundation In Business Foundation/Pre-U 1 year MYR 24,500 / Year Apply
Diploma In Business Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Business (Hons) International Business & Marketing (3+0) with University of the West of England, UK Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Business (Hons) Banking & Finance (3+0) with Queensland University of Technology (QUT), AU Degree 3 years MYR 33,143 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Foundation In Business Foundation/Pre-U 1 years MYR 24,500 / Year
Diploma In Business Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year
Bachelor Of Business (Hons) International Business & Marketing (3+0) with University of the West of England, UK Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year
Bachelor Of Business (Hons) Banking & Finance (3+0) with Queensland University of Technology (QUT), AU Degree 3 years MYR 33,143 / Year
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Diploma In Event Management Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of International Tourism Management (Hons) (3+0) with University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, FRA Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year Apply
Diploma In Tourism Management (2+0) with Académie de Toulouse, FRA Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Diploma In Event Management Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year
Bachelor Of International Tourism Management (Hons) (3+0) with University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, FRA Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year
Diploma In Tourism Management (2+0) with Académie de Toulouse, FRA Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year
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Bachelor Of Culinary Management (Hons) (3+0) with University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, FRA Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Science (Hons) Culinology® Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year Apply
Diploma In Culinary Arts (2+0) with Académie de Toulouse, FRA Diploma 2 years MYR 26,604 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Culinary Management (Hons) (3+0) with University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, FRA Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year
Bachelor Of Science (Hons) Culinology® Degree 3 years MYR 33,300 / Year
Diploma In Culinary Arts (2+0) with Académie de Toulouse, FRA Diploma 2 years MYR 26,604 / Year
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Bachelor Of Science (Hons) In Architecture Degree 3 years MYR 39,800 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Science (Hons) In Architecture Degree 3 years MYR 39,800 / Year
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Diploma In Communication Diploma 2 years MYR 27,000 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Mass Communication (Hons) (Broadcasting) (3+0) with University of the West of England, UK Degree 3 years MYR 31,000 / Year Apply
Master Of Communication (Coursework) Postgraduate - Masters 1.5 year MYR 23,333 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Diploma In Communication Diploma 2 years MYR 27,000 / Year
Bachelor Of Mass Communication (Hons) (Broadcasting) (3+0) with University of the West of England, UK Degree 3 years MYR 31,000 / Year
Master Of Communication (Coursework) Postgraduate - Masters 1.5 years MYR 23,333 / Year
Featured Course Name Level Duration Fee
Diploma In Interior Design Diploma 2.5 years MYR 24,000 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Arts (Hons) Interior Architecture Degree 3.5 years MYR 29,500 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Design (Hons) In Creative Media Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Diploma In Interior Design Diploma 2.5 years MYR 24,000 / Year
Bachelor Of Arts (Hons) Interior Architecture Degree 3.5 years MYR 29,500 / Year
Bachelor Of Design (Hons) In Creative Media Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year
Featured Course Name Level Duration Fee
Foundation In Engineering Foundation/Pre-U 1 year MYR 24,500 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Engineering (Hons) Electrical & Electronic Engineering Degree 4 years MYR 33,800 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Engineering Degree 4 years MYR 33,800 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Foundation In Engineering Foundation/Pre-U 1 years MYR 24,500 / Year
Bachelor Of Engineering (Hons) Electrical & Electronic Engineering Degree 4 years MYR 33,800 / Year
Bachelor Of Engineering (Hons) Mechanical Engineering Degree 4 years MYR 33,800 / Year
Featured Course Name Level Duration Fee
Foundation In Computing Foundation/Pre-U 1 year MYR 24,500 / Year Apply
Diploma In Information Technology Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Software Engineering (Hons) (3+0) with University of the West of England, UK Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Foundation In Computing Foundation/Pre-U 1 years MYR 24,500 / Year
Diploma In Information Technology Diploma 2 years MYR 24,000 / Year
Bachelor Of Software Engineering (Hons) (3+0) with University of the West of England, UK Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year
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Bachelor Of Pharmacy (Hons) Degree 4 years MYR 41,225 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Pharmacy (Hons) Degree 4 years MYR 41,225 / Year
Featured Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor In Biotechnology (Hons) Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Biomedical Science (Hons) Degree 3.5 years MYR 31,500 / Year Apply
Bachelor Of Science (Hons) (Food Science) Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor In Biotechnology (Hons) Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year
Bachelor Of Biomedical Science (Hons) Degree 3.5 years MYR 31,500 / Year
Bachelor Of Science (Hons) (Food Science) Degree 3 years MYR 31,500 / Year
Featured Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Medicine, Bachelor Of Surgery (MBBS) Degree 5 years MYR 79,020 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Medicine, Bachelor Of Surgery (MBBS) Degree 5 years MYR 79,020 / Year
Featured Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Laws (LL.B) Degree 3 years MYR 33,800 / Year Apply
Master Of Laws (International Business And Trade Law)(Mixed Mode) Postgraduate - Masters 1.5 year MYR 31,500 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Laws (LL.B) Degree 3 years MYR 33,800 / Year
Master Of Laws (International Business And Trade Law)(Mixed Mode) Postgraduate - Masters 1.5 years MYR 31,500 / Year
Featured Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Education (Hons) Degree 3 years MYR 27,800 / Year Apply
Master Of Teaching & Learning (Coursework) Postgraduate - Masters 2 years MYR 15,750 / Year Apply
Postgraduate Certificate In Teaching & Learning (Coursework) Postgraduate - Diploma 1 year MYR 13,000 / Year Apply
Course Name Level Duration Fee
Bachelor Of Education (Hons) Degree 3 years MYR 27,800 / Year
Master Of Teaching & Learning (Coursework) Postgraduate - Masters 2 years MYR 15,750 / Year
Postgraduate Certificate In Teaching & Learning (Coursework) Postgraduate - Diploma 1 years MYR 13,000 / Year

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Faculty Highlights

<p><strong>Dual award courses</strong> - recognition and certification from both Taylor’s University and the University of the West of England (UWE), UK, with the option to transfer to UWE in the final year.</p> <p><strong>Strong ties with the communication industry</strong> - ensures that students regularly engage with the industry through guest speakers and infusing feedback into the curriculum development. </p> <p>The School ensures that every course must have 1 industry partner to come and give a talk or lecture to students. These are usually CEOs or Managing Directors from the industries.</p> <p><strong>Internship Programme Placement</strong> - to well known local and international radio and television stations, leading newspapers, magazines, advertising and PR agencies, event management companies, TV production houses, corporate offices, social media establishments, as well as professional agencies and associations. </p> <p>For marketing major students, there is a <strong>work-based learning pathway</strong> which students can opt to have a 2 year study period and a 1 year industry placement.</p> <p><strong>Projects with real clients through ProPassion</strong> - Final year degree students especially PR major participate in projects for real clients e.g Baskin Robbins, Shopee, Dutch Lady, DIGI etc</p> <p><strong>Emphasis on Digital Application</strong> - The School highly emphasize on teaching students the latest digital platforms used to create and distribute/broadcast media content as well as teaching performance marketing through Facebook and Google which are high in demand skills.</p> <p><strong>World Class Research Recognition</strong> - The School's SEARCH Journal publications are indexed in SCOPUS which is one of the world's largest database of peer-reviewed literature. Taylor's research contribution covers areas in advertising broadcasting, cultural communication, humanitites, journalism and many more.</p> <p><strong>Close to 1,000 strong students - </strong>Media & Communication is one of Taylor's most established School and a popular destination for mass communication, advertising, broadcasting and journalism.</p> <p><strong>Practical focused assessment</strong> - In general 60% practical assessment and 40% exam </p>
<p><strong>Utilizes the International Primary Curriculum (IPC)</strong> - comprehensive curriculum with a clear process of learning with specific learning goals for every subject, to cultivate international mindedness and personal learning.</p> <p><strong>Experts and partners invited to lectures</strong> - partners from other universities and organisations share their knowledge of the latest developments in teaching and learning, conduct workshops and share research findings.</p> <p><strong>International Education Expert Panel (IEEP)</strong> - Experts from Finland, Denmark, Australia, Singapore and Malaysia on the curriculum panel to strengthen the School’s programmes and enhancing our visibility and reputation across borders.</p> <p><strong>Partner with Google as an education centre</strong> - Top 5 in the world with this partnership. Receive exclusive invitations to Google Education Group EduX Events, hosted at Google offices in selected countries to network with Google Certified Educators Community globally.</p> <p><strong>Exchange opportunity to Japan</strong> as Assistant Language Teachers (ALT).</p> <p><strong>Good career prospects</strong> - Malaysia is listed as the Top 3 countries with the most International Schools in Southeast Asia (Source: ISC Research LTD)</p> <p><strong>High employability to international schools - </strong>Graduates have higher opportunities to be placed at Taylor's International School and other affiliated private schools including Australian International School Malaysia (AISM), Garden International School (GIS) and Nexus International School.</p> <p><strong>Practical focused assessment</strong> - In general 60% practical assessment and 40% exam. </p> <p><strong>PhD teaching calibre</strong> - Almost all lecturers are PhD, if not Masters at least. </p>
<p><strong>Curriculum Theme of the Future</strong> - Sustainable design and a people-centred approach. Graduates are in touch with current trends and well-equipped for industry demands.</p> <p><strong>Connection to Industry</strong> - Lecture series that invites industry veterans to provide students with opportunities to engage in lively discussions and presentations.</p> <p><strong>Practical Exposure</strong> - Includes site visits, local and foreign field trips, technical knowledge visits, and opportunities to join networking sessions and workshops hosted by professional bodies of the industry.</p> <p><strong>Showcase of Work</strong> - Workshops for students to showcase and present their work every semester, to a panel of industry members and academics from different backgrounds and gain valuable feedback.</p> <p><strong>Industry Training with Top Firms</strong> - Industry training through the School's Industry Network including prominent award-winning firms such as Vertias Design Group.</p> <p><strong>Industry Advisory Panel (IAP)</strong> - leading professionals and industry experts, who work closely to ensure that the curriculum is up-to-date and relevant. The IAP also assists in providing students with industry placements and career opportunities.</p> <p><strong>Professional recognition</strong> by Board of Architects Malaysia (LAM), Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors.</p> <p><strong>Exemption from LAM Part 1 exams</strong></p> <p><strong>Research Publication Project</strong> - Taylor's joint research effort with University Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), MASSA, or The Centre for Modern Architecture Studies in Southeast Asia, actively produce publications and live research that focuses on the documentation of the intellectual and physical heritage of modern architecture in Southeast Asia.</p> <p>The documentation cover buildings, architects, firms, policies, organisations and laws developed in Southeast Asia during the modern era from 1920 onwards.</p>
<p><strong>Incorporates the international CDIO framework</strong> stressing engineering fundamentals set in the context of Conceiving — Designing — Implementing — Operating (CDIO) real-world systems and products.</p> <p>CDIO is an open architecture model and it's available to all university engineering programmes to adapt to their specific needs and it is being adopted by a growing number of engineering educational institutions around the world.</p> <p><strong>Taylor’s School of Engineering is the first Malaysian University to be accepted into this prestigious collaboration</strong>, joining the ranks of elite institutions like MIT, Stanford University and University of Sydney.</p> <p>The CDIO Initiative was <strong>pioneered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)</strong>, together with leading engineering schools in USA, Europe, Canada, UK, Africa, Asia and New Zealand, to address the gap between industry needs and the quality of engineering graduates being produced.</p> <p><strong>International Competition</strong> - Students participate in various national and international engineering competitions in France, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia etc which challenge them to apply their knowledge, obtain feedback from experts, demonstrate teamwork, boost their confidence and sharpen their practical skills.</p> <p><strong>Engineering Fair</strong> - Every semester, the School of Engineering organises an Engineering Fair that showcases the students’ work to the campus community, industry members and visiting academicians.</p> <p><strong>Industry Panel</strong> - Strategic alliances with members of the engineering community via lecture series lead by industry veterans and Industry Advisory Panel comprised of engineering experts that review and refine the School's curriculum content.</p> <p><strong>Site Visits</strong> - students visit engineering firms which gives them a first-hand feel and insight into the real world of engineering. Students can also interact with members of the respective organisations during their visits, adding further value to their education.</p> <p><strong>Industry training placements for students into top engineering firms.</strong></p> <p><strong>The School has its very own Taylor’s Racing Team (TRT)</strong> where students can design and manufacture formula style racing cars to participate in not only home-grown competitions, but also in the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers – a prestigious international competition.</p>
<p><strong>Dual award recognition</strong> from Taylor's and University of the West of England.</p> <p><strong>Fast growing and high demand skill</strong> - almost every industry is touched by digital and computing transformation in some way.</p> <p><strong>Problem solving and practical focused teaching</strong> - Teaching involves learning strategies that expose students to real-life scenarios and industry-relevant experiences. </p> <p><strong>Competition opportunities</strong> - Students are sent to national and international. This challenges them to apply their knowledge, obtain feedback from experts, demonstrate teamwork, boost their confidence, as well as enhance their communication and business presentation skills.</p> <p>Some of the competitions that students have taken part in over the years are AngelHack, Celcom Project U.O.X, Digi Mobile Challenge, E-Genting Programming Competition, F-Secure National Inter Varsity Security Tech Quiz Championship, Hilti Big Data Analytics International Competition, Microsoft Imagine Cup, and Standard Chartered ICT Competition.</p> <p><strong>Industry Advisory Panel</strong> represented by industry practitioners to ensure relevance of curriculum.</p> <p><strong>Industry-led lecture series</strong> that invites industry veterans or adjunct faculty members to speak about the ICT industry and profession.</p> <p><strong>Industry networking functions</strong> to share ideas and get to know industry professionals.</p> <p><strong>Students get to serve real clients as final year projects</strong> - Strong emphasis is placed on producing graduates who are not just academically sound but also well-equipped with the relevant soft skills and capabilities required to carve a successful career. </p> <p>Student are also given exposure to real life research and projects. Clients include St. John Ambulance, Standard Chartered Bank, DoBot Bike Station Sdn. Bhd, DiGi, Microsoft, Google, Taylor’s University, PLUS, Microsoft and many more.</p> <p><strong>Internships at partner firms</strong> - students are placed to startups and big corporations.</p>
<p><strong>Dual award</strong> from Taylor's and University of the West of England (UWE) or Queensland University of Technology (QUT), with the option to transfer in the final year.</p> <p><strong>Taylor's Business School has the most popular business programme in Malaysia</strong> - Takes a practical approach to nurture and develop students’ entrepreneurial capabilities by exposing them to real-life scenarios and industry-relevant experiences through the curriculum and projects.</p> <p><strong>Module Adoption Programme (MAP)</strong> - facilitates the creation and exchange of new ideas as well as monitoring of the latest developments and trends in the industry.</p> <p><strong>Industry Advisory Panel (IAP)</strong> - ensure the curriculum is relevant and in-line with the latest requirements and demands of the industry. Some of the industry partners include CIMA, ACCA, CPA Australia, Shiseido, Skali, Redmarch, EY (Ernst & Young), CIMB Group, Nielsen, KPMG, Deloitte and PwC</p> <p><strong>Students get involved in projects that create social and economical value -</strong> ''Fresh Mart'' is a concept where students purchased vegetables and fruits from farmers in Cameron Highlands and sold on campus. Profits are channeled back to farmers. These and other business projects help students sharpen their business acumen, budget management, leadership and big picture perspective.</p> <p><strong>Opportunity to be involved in real-life business presentations and pitches -</strong> Numerous awards and recognition from challenges like HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge, CIMB ASEAN Stock Challenge, Taylor's Business Plan Challenge, CFA Institute Research Challenge, L'Oreal Brandstorm Competition and Unilever Future Leader's League</p> <p><strong>The EXEC Track programme</strong> is an intensive fast track programme to nurture capable business leaders through a strategic partnership between the School, KPMG Malaysia and CIMA.</p> <p><strong>Programme for After Class Enrichment (PACE)</strong> collaboration with the Edge Education Foundation and EY (Ernst & Young), assists youth to perform better in their studies where students contribute their individual efforts in order to make improvements in another person’s life, through academic support and mentoring in the form of tuition classes.</p> <p><strong>Industry visits, fields trips and conferences for real industry exposure</strong> - students are able to interact with captains and employees of various industries.</p> <p><strong>Internship placement</strong> support provided to top firms in Malaysia.</p>
<p><strong>Learning Scope</strong> - understand consumers’ needs and behaviours, challenge conventions and think outside the box across various design disciplines; interior architecture, interior design, graphic design, new media, animation, visual effects and entertainment design.</p> <p><strong>Lecture series conducted by industry professionals</strong> - organised throughout the academic year provides students with valuable exposure to the industry, insights into current developments and issues that may impact their future practices. </p> <p><strong>Students have the opportunity to participate in prestigious exhibitions</strong> and unique showcases at national and international levels, competing against peers, industry members and promising designers from around the world.</p> <p><strong>Event management to showcase work</strong> - Final-year students showcase their work to peers, academics and industry members to obtain valuable feedback, enabling them to gain multiple perspectives on their work. Students will also manage and co-ordinate various aspects of the event as a team, including sponsorship and publicity.</p> <p><strong>Local and international visits</strong> to various places of interest, including art galleries, agencies, factories and more, to gain insights and witness the concept of design and interior architecture in practice.</p> <p><strong>Serving real clients</strong> - Students may get to work on projects with various organisations including Ogilvy & Mather Malaysia, IKEA Malaysia, Leo Burnett Malaysia, Roar Studio Sdn. Bhd and Bank Negara Art Gallery & Museum</p> <p><strong>Industry Advisory Panel</strong> <strong>(IAP)</strong> that consults industry veterans to maintain relevance of curriculum</p> <p><strong>Industry attachment opportunities</strong> with top design and advertising firms and professionals.</p>
<p><strong>Premier Law school since the 1990s </strong>with the goal to produce law graduates with outstanding professional skills and high ethical value who meaningfully contribute to society by humanising the law.</p> <p><strong>Limited student intake to maintain quality teaching</strong> - the law school is known to produce world class graduates and limits a certain number of students per intake which makes this programme so high in demand.</p> <p><strong>Real-world practice and events designed to prepare them for professional practice - </strong>Includes having a moot court where students play different roles as a litigator, defendant, judge and jury and be immersed in actual mooting and debating in scenario-based cases.</p> <p><strong>Colloquiums and lecture series</strong> - special exposures for students that touch on specialised areas of law not usually covered during classroom study and also raise awareness on current social, economic, cultural, civil and political issues affecting our society at large from the perspective of law. In the colloquium settings students are given a platform to research, present, and debate these issues.</p> <p><strong>Industry exposure with regular networking events</strong> to meet and engage with some of the Malaysia’s legal giants. Not many students from other institutions get this type of exposure.</p> <p><strong>Industry Advisory Panel (IAP)</strong> that comprises the most prestigious law firms in Kuala Lumpur and the Bar Council.</p> <p><strong>Field trips to courts - </strong>to sites likes Attorney General’s chambers, prisons and the Parliament, to gain exposure to law in action and to help them gain a deeper insight into the legal practice. There are also international trips and exchange programmes available.</p> <p><strong>On-Campus Legal Aid Centre</strong> - legal advice is offered in collaboration with the Bar Council Legal Aid Center, Kuala Lumpur. It is a community service project of Taylor’s Law School to provide legal advice to people who cannot afford to pay legal fees covering Consumer Protection Act Matters, Landlord and Tenancy Matters, Financial Services, Family Law Matters, Employment Matters and others.</p> <p><strong>Participation from industry veterans</strong> come in the form of book prizes for top students, judging the Moots and Law Debates, sponsoring the School’s major events, and securing attachment and pupillage for students in the top legal firms. </p>
<p><strong>100% pass rate in final examinations</strong> and 95% placed in government hospitals for their housemanship training.</p> <p><strong>Big staffing faculty and industry advisors</strong> with years of practicing experience - reflects quality of education and investment on teaching calibre.</p> <p><strong>Early clinical exposure and clinical training -</strong> The School organises regular outreach field trips and public health activities for urban and rural communities, in order to instil compassion, social awareness and volunteerism in our future doctors.</p> <p>Unique to studying medicine in Malaysia, students are exposed to patients from different backgrounds, demographics, cultures and environments, giving them a better understanding of the community’s health and medical needs from the onset. During these practical sessions, students can interact with real patients, have first hand experience in diagnosing illnesses and prescribe medication.</p> <p><strong>Clinical exposure starts as early as in the first year</strong> - Students will have clinical classes once a week at Taylor's Clinical Skills Suite or Ministry of Health hospitals and health centres in Selangor, Perak, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang.</p> <p>During the clinical years, students will be rotated in various medical and surgical disciplines in the designated hospitals.</p> <p><strong>International exposure via Taylor's Clinical Elective Module</strong> - Students will have the opportunity to be mentored overseas by international medical specialists at hospitals of their choice. This allow students to adapt to different situations, broadening their medical knowledge and skills to be applied when they become doctors.</p>
<p><strong>100% pass rate since 2014.</strong></p> <p><strong>Places significant emphasis on research</strong> to keep up with global healthcare developments. Produce students who are innovative in producing new pharmaceutical products and solutions.</p> <p>Research activities focuses on drug discovery and bio-equivalence research. Key 5 areas of research focus on Pharmacy Practice & Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Technology, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, and Phytochemistry.</p> <p><strong>Strong industry linkages</strong> - Linkages with hospitals, community pharmacies and the industry, students are well-placed to carry on finite research in conducive settings.</p> <p><strong>More than 85% of staff are PhD holders</strong> in various specialisations within pharmacy, and are actively engaged in research studies, regularly presenting their findings on a global platform as well as being on the editorial board of reputed pharmaceutical journals.</p> <p><strong>The Pharmaceutical Industry Student Adoption (PISA) Programme</strong> provides students the opportunity to work with leading healthcare providers including Johnsons & Johnsons, Abbot, Bayer, Blackmores, Pfizer, Norvartis and more.</p> <p><strong>Option to transfer to University of South Australia (UniSA)</strong> in the second year. UniSA is ranked 25th in the world by QS Ranking which is testament to the quality of Taylor's curriculum that is accepted by UniSA.</p> <p><strong>Many out-of-classroom activities</strong> - broaden horizons, cultivate self-confidence, strong sense of teamwork and leadership capabilities - these include competitions, networking events, and social activities lead by the Taylor's Pharmacy Society. </p>
<p><strong>World class teaching and research facilities</strong> to learn, teach and conduct groundbreaking research in biosciences.</p> <p><strong>Students gain access to visiting experts</strong> from partner universities and bioscience organisations share their knowledge of the latest developments in the field through lectures.</p> <p><strong>Industry linkages</strong> are made with industry members and professional bodies to ensure students be exposed to research and commercialisation application, to be attached to internship and ensure programmes remain up-to-date with latest needs of the industry.</p> <p><strong>Field trips</strong> to manufacturing facilities, laboratories and research institutions and industry networking exposures.</p> <p><strong>Emphasis in research activities</strong> into the students learning development. The research pillars centre around food science & nutrition, health sciences and applied biodiversity.</p> <p>The School has been the recipient of more than RM2 million worth of research grants since 2010. These grants were directed to research initiatives such as elucidating the mechanism of action of bioactive compounds, novel formulations in wound healing, development of chemical analogues to combat metabolic disorders, microencapsulation technology for probiotic bacteria, nutrigenomics in chronic disease, nano delivery models in drug delivery, sensory science and consumer behaviour and many more.</p> <p><strong>Internship partnership</strong> with corporations in the food science, biotechnology, and biomedical science industry for students to gain commercial and working exposure.</p> <p><strong>Taylor's collaboration with Kuala Lumpur Sports Medicine Centre (KLSMC)</strong> provides students with research opportunities in the areas of sports.</p>
<p><strong>Taylor's is ranked no. 14 in the world by QS World Ranking</strong> under its Hospitality & Leisure Management category which is a testament to the quality and recognition of its curriculum.</p> <p><strong>Dual award with the University of Toulouse (UOT) and the Academie de Toulouse (ADT)</strong> in France respectively. A quality review committee, comprising both institutions, is established for quality assurance of the curriculum and assessments. </p> <p><strong>Active role in policy shaping</strong> - recipients of the Ministry of Higher Education’s Long Term Research Grant, Taylor's continue to play an active role in shaping government policies for sustainable tourism in the long-run.</p> <p><strong>Practical Next Level Practice</strong> - Partnerships with industry leaders such as Holiday Inn to allow students to ''take-over'' almost the entire management of a hotel for 1-2 weeks and service real clients.</p> <p><strong>Research partnership through establishment of Centre for Research & Innovation in Tourism (CRIT)</strong> between Taylor's and Toulouse with the aim to grow the areas of postgraduate programmes and research.</p> <p>The main objective is to carry out fundamental and applied interdisciplinary research in hospitality, tourism and food studies such as tourism development, hotel and food system organisation, cultural aspects of tourism and food.</p> <p><strong>Fast-tracked path to employment with the industry’s top employers.</strong> These industry alliances are not only placement collaborations but also talent grooming programmes that provide visibility to a student's career in this industry.</p> <p><strong>International recognition</strong> - Continuous partnership with industry members and international organisations to maintain curriculum relevance. Taylor's programmes are recognised by the International Centre of Excellence in Tourist and Hospitality Education (ICE), Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), Research Chef Association (RCA) and the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education.</p> <p><strong>Social exposures</strong> - Students get to host and attend networking dinners for industry leaders to discuss trends that are shaping their profession, attended by general managers and vice-presidents from various hotels, resorts and convention centres across Malaysia. </p> <p><strong>Workshops and lecture series - </strong>students gain practical demonstrations and industry knowledge from accomplished professionals who share their techniques, insights and more importantly, inspire our next generation of professionals.</p> <p><strong>International student exchange programmes</strong> available for students to gain international exposure and work with other students around the world through Taylor's network.</p>
<p><strong>The culinary arts sectors are growing at an exponential pace</strong> -Taylor’s School of Culinary Arts & Food Studies (SCAFS) is delivering innovative programmes for aspiring chefs or students who aim to open their own restaurants one day.</p> <p><strong>Opportunity to intern at Michelen-Star restaurants</strong> lead by renown chefs such as Massimo Bottura, Daniel Patterson, Frank Putelat, Martin Berasategui and others.</p> <p><strong>Each student undergoes an extensive internship</strong>, spanning 2-6 months at some of the most established hospitality and tourism organisations in Malaysia and abroad.</p> <p><strong>Research partnership through Centre for Research & Innovation in Tourism (CRIT)</strong> between Taylor's and Toulouse with the aim to grow the areas of postgraduate programmes and research. The main objective is to carry out fundamental and applied interdisciplinary research in hospitality, tourism and food studies such as tourism development, hotel and food system organisation, cultural aspects of tourism and food.</p> <p><strong>Social exposures</strong> - Students get to host and attend networking dinners for industry leaders to discuss trends that are shaping their profession, attended by general managers and vice-presidents from various hotels, resorts and convention centres across Malaysia. Such events provide opportunities for frank exchange of ideas among students and professionals on developments in the hospitality and culinary industry.</p> <p><strong>Workshops and lecture series</strong> teaches students practical demonstrations and industry knowledge from accomplished professionals who share their techniques, insights and more importantly, inspire our next generation of professionals.</p> <p><strong>International student exchange programmes</strong> available for students to gain international exposure and work with other students around the world through Taylor's network.</p>

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Established : 1969
Staff : 500
Students : 15,000
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