Dear Students, Parents,
The Malaysian Government’s actions to combat COVID-19 continue to change rapidly, and we are responding to these actions as quickly and responsibly as possible. Following the latest announcement made by the Prime Minister on the extension of the nationwide movement restrictions to 14 April (Tuesday), the Taylor’s Lakeside Campus will remain closed until 19 April (Sunday).
However, teaching and learning for all programmes commencing 13 April (Monday) including e-Orientation on 10 April (Friday) will continue to be delivered as planned, as all activities will be conducted fully online.
While we can resume Face to Face classes once the Movement Control Order (MCO) is lifted, we understand that parents and students will want to continue their studies in a safe environment. We have decided that limited laboratory and studio-based classes will be held on campus after the MCO is lifted, while all lectures and tutorials will continue online in an engaged digital learning environment until 31 May (Sunday). This will ensure a minimum number of students on campus at a given time. These decisions, though difficult, were made with the aim to safeguard our students and staff and learning continuity as we move through the March 2020 semester.
As such, the following supersedes previous information you may have received, and more detailed information will be shared with all involved:
We understand that many questions remain, do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp at +6011 5699 3387. We will continue to provide updates as they're made available.
Until then, stay connected and do encourage and support each other as we navigate these new challenges together.
Professor Michael Driscoll
Vice Chancellor and President
Taylor's Biotechnology lecturer, Dr. Yap Wei-Hsum, teaches Animal Biotechnology and has pioneered the use of Labster’s virtual labs since adopting it in 2018.DISCOVER MORE
Online learning has never been more convenient at Taylor's. Find our more about how different programmes are used in the ADP modules.DISCOVER MORE
Typically, giving students time to learn and apply concepts was a challenge. E-learning allows students to now maximize their independent learning skills.DISCOVER MORE