TRANSFER TO INTERNATIONAL PARTNER UNIVERSITIES

As an internationally connected university, we not only offer semester exchange programmes but also a number of planned transfer and articulation pathways for students who wish to complete their studies elsewhere in the world. Taylor’s University articulation partners comprise of highly ranked and globally well-known universities in countries such as the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand. Our close relationships allow students to maximise the amount of credit/advanced standing/recognition of prior learning that they can be offered by these different institutions.



Our American Degree Transfer Program (ADP), which is based within the School of Liberal Arts & Sciences, was developed to allow students to take the majority of their US general education classes in Malaysia. Given that all ADP students will transfer overseas, we have also signed a number of planned articulation pathways with leading US institutions (as well as with some institutions in other countries such as Canada and Australia). In addition, we also have an extensive number of credit transfer precedents with other US institutions that have been established over many years.

Each School’s transfer and articulation partners are listed given below. Details of each articulation/transfer will change over time, and are also dependent on the specific course being studied at Taylor’s University and the transfer/articulating partner institution. Please consult the relevant School Office on the specific details of each arrangement, and the amount of credit/advanced standing that is awarded.


 
School of Architecture, Building and Design
ARCHITECTURE
Australia
Deakin University
The University of Melbourne
University of Tasmania

United Kingdom
University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
 
 
The Design School
Australia
University of Newcastle
Swinburne University of Technology
The University of Queensland

United Kingdom
Northumbria University
 
 
School of Biosciences
Australia
The University of Adelaide
Flinders University
The University of Newcastle
The University of Queensland
Queensland University of Technology
RMIT

New Zealand
Massey University

United Kingdom
The University of Birmingham
The University of Leeds
The University of Reading
St George’s, University of London
University of West of England, Bristol
 
 
Taylor’s Business School
Australia
The University of Adelaide
The University of New South Wales
Queensland University of Technology
The University of Queensland
University of Technology, Sydney
The University of Western Australia
University of South Australia
Macquarie University

New Zealand
The University of Auckland
 
 
School of Communication
Australia
Deakin University
The University of Melbourne
The University of Queensland
Queensland University of Technology
University of South Australia
Swinburne University of Technology
The University of Western Australia
University of Wollongong
 
 
School of Computing & IT
Australia
Australian National University
Deakin University
Griffith University
Queensland University of Technology
RMIT
The University of Western Australia

New Zealand
Auckland University of Technology

United Kingdom
University of Birmingham
Manchester Metropolitan University


School of Engineering
Australia
The University of Adelaide
Australian National University
The University of Melbourne
The University of New South Wales
The University of Queensland
The University of Western Australia

New Zealand
The University of Auckland

United Kingdom
University of Birmingham
 
 
School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts
United Kingdom
Manchester Metropolitan University

Australia
University of Queensland
 
 
Taylor’s Law School
United Kingdom
The University of Cardiff
The University of Leeds
The University of Manchester
The University of Reading
The University of Sheffield
University of West of England, Bristol
 
 
School of Pharmacy
Australia
University of South Australia
 
 
American Degree Transfer Program (School of Liberal Arts and Sciences)

USA
Please click here for List of Universities Taylor’s ADP Students Have Transferred To