This fall marks a momentous milestone for Taylor's Student Exchange Programme as a group of 62 students from the Taylor's Curriculum Framework (TCF) will head off for their semester exchange at various world-renowned universities globally. These pioneering students are from the following programmes:
Through Taylor's Student Exchange Programme, all 86 students from both TCF and past intakes can experience a semester abroad with zero foreign tuition fees at more than 200 partner universities across 30 countries.
"Essentially, our students will be able to experience, first-hand, the different dimensions of international learning while at the same time, gaining a heightened level of self-awareness and confidence for their life pursuits," said Ms Jayvien Lau, Head of Student Exchange and Global Mobility adding that these students can now easily transfer their credits back to Taylor's via the option of free electives.
All set for Fall 2019 – Close to 120 students at the recent pre-departure briefing organized by the Global Mobility team.
This time around, a total of 16 countries were explored, and our students have been placed in approximately 36 partner universities globally. New destinations ventured include the following:
Student Exchange and Summer Programme at Tampere University, Finland
Heading off to the UK with the largest cohort thus far! The host universities are Leeds Trinity University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Robert Gordon University, Sheffield Hallam University, University College Birmingham, University of Birmingham, University of Liverpool, University of Sunderland, University of Sussex and The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Hola Espana (Spain)
Taylor's Global Mobility Office also provides opportunities for students to experience a short Summer Programmes abroad. Approximately 32 students are joining the 2-weeks Summer Programmes to experience cultural diversity at the following universities:
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