What's there to do while stuck indoors, in a quarantine? We have prepared a list of entertainment to help make your quarantine time productive!
What influences a person to choose a university overseas? For Tatjana Theuer, it's not just about the programme, it's about discovering her passion and a new culture. Find out what made Tatjana fall in love with the different treasures of Malaysia during her big adventure here.
Prosperity is more than just material wealth. It's the tenacity in inspiring passion for a better future through education.
Sometimes there's no right or wrong. Sometimes it's just letting go of judgment and looking beyond ourselves that matter. This is what we believe in 2020 — to unite and move forward for a better tomorrow, together.
This year, the festival celebration is not like the one we have before. Despite all the shortcomings, but Ramadhan and Aidilfitri are still meaningful. It can still be celebrated happily if we are wholehearted. Together.
Meet Sachin, Taylor’s Community Scholar. Growing up and watching his dad struggle financially, Sachin was hopeful and inspired to push his limits to reach greater heights. Full of hope, Sachin paves his future through his passion to create.
Meet Taylor’s Sports Scholar, Chan Yiwen. She continues to rise above challenges and obstacles to slay competitions and stay ahead of the game. Her key lesson in life? To believe in yourself and surround yourself with people who support you and take you higher in life.
Meet Tabitha, Taylor’s Talent Scholar. Through courage and a strength of will, Tabitha Lam soars with her voice, marking the beginning of her fruitful music career.
Meet Taylor’s Merit Scholar, Joshua. Finding his passion at a young age, Joshua Lim plans to put his passion for dance onto the world stage.
There is more than one way to slay it in life. Shape your future with Taylor's Curriculum Framework.
Starting social and green enterprises was just the beginning for the Oei Brothers. They faced obstacles and challenges with resilience, and GRIT got them going with their passion in building communities.
Up against the elites, Cheryl Ann Fernando motivated her students from a rural school to give their all at a choral speaking competition. They SLAYED their routine, capturing the minds and hearts of the nation.
Driven by his HOPE for change since high school, Fahmi Fadzil reinvigorated communities in Lembah Pantai by empowering the urban poor, inspiring many others to join the movement.
In our first episode, Prof. Dr. Pradeep Nair, Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Chief Academic Officer of Taylor's University talks about how we have been preparing for e-learning, what students can do now, and what's next for e-learning at Taylor's.
In our first episode for #ThoughtfulThursday, Professor Dr. Lai Nai Ming, Director of Clinical Campus from the School of Medicine, shares with us the situation of Covid-19 in Malaysia and what it's like for medical students during these times of uncertainty.
Are you concerned about the efficiency of e-learning? Or maybe you're unsure of how e-learning will take place during the MCO? Clear any doubts you have in our series, #eLearningExplained.
In this episode, Mark Beau de Silva, Senior Lecturer from the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, shares how he has been using different e-learning platforms to conduct his acting classes, adapting to the various challenges presented, and the need for the arts to continue.
In this episode of #ThoughtfulThursday, Associate Professor Dr. Anasuya, Programme Director for Psychology from the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, shares with us the effects of Covid-19 on our mental health and ways we can cope during these uncertain times.
In this episode, Chef Frederic Cerchi, Director of Taylor’s Culinary Institute, shares with us how he has been using different e-learning platforms to conduct both his practical and theoretical classes, the various challenges he has to face, and the future of international internships.
In this episode of #Thoughtful Thursday, Chef Sharizan Azali, Lecturer from the School of Food Studies and Gastronomy, Taylor’s University, shares with us the effects of COVID-19 on the food industry, how we consume food trends on social media, and ways we can prepare ourselves for the future.
In this episode, Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin, Senior Lecturer and Programme Director for the Postgraduate Law Programme at Taylor’s University, shares her journey on introducing Augmented Reality in her law classes, planning her classes during the MCO, and the struggles of adopting e-learning by her colleagues.
In this episode, Associate Professor Dr Saeed, Senior Lecturer and Head of Research for the Faculty of Business and Law at Taylor’s University, shares what goes behind planning a successful live class, adapting to our current situation, and the feedback from his students.
In this episode of #ThoughtfulThursday, Professor Dr. Khong Kok Wei, Executive Dean from the Faculty of Business and Law, shares with us the impact of COVID-19 on global markets and what to expect during these times.
In this episode of #ThoughtfulThursday, Dr. Feranita, Senior Lecturer from the School of Management and Marketing, shares with us the impact of COVID-19 towards entrepreneurs and business.
In this episode of #eLearningExplained, student reps from Taylor's University and Taylor's College student councils share with us how they’ve been coping with the changes in learning due to the pandemic, their feedback on e-learning, and what the new normal means to them.
In this episode of #ThoughtfulThursday, Dr. Christophe Schinckus, Head of the School of Accounting and Finance, shares with us the impact of COVID-19 towards the global stock markets and the different policies that would help the complexities of the economy.
In this episode of #eLearning Explained Prof. Dr. Michael James Keppel and Ryan Lien discuss what blended learning is about, what they’ve learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and how learning could take place in the future.
Learn about Jessie Chong’s entrepreneurship journey as she prepares for her role as a mentor at Taylor’s University Bachelor in Entrepreneurship (Honours).
According to JPMorgan analysts, the COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia will peak in mid-April 2020 with a serious impact on the country’s economy.
Taylor’s Dr. Saeed Pahlevan Sharif shares how multidisciplinary research could be the first step in improving our quality of life.
Has the Covid-19 pandemic caused concerns about your interested field? Here are 6 different industries that will most likely push through the pandemic.
Gender discrimination is no new news. But did the COVID-19 pandemic change it for better or for worse?
With the loosening of MCO, will there be a second-wave of COVID-19 infections? Here’s what these experts have to say about testings, treatments, and the new normal with COVID-19.
We’ve created a few campus wallpapers which you can add into your zoom background to make you feel a little closer to Taylor’s.
Do you crave the waffle from campus? Or the smell of books in our library? Good news! As we enter The #NewNormal, certain facilities are back in operation.
We know our Taylorians are excited to return back to campus! Let's also remember to follow these safety guidelines when coming back and do our part in keeping everyone safe.
Check out the activities you can take part in and campus facilities that are open to you during this partial opening of our lakeside campus.
We can't wait to get back to campus and we're sure you are too! Before that, we need to take a minute to go through some essential steps of what The New Normal looks like for us.
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