Taylor's is committed to comply with the recently enacted Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) 2010 in protecting its students' personal information that has been processed by Taylor’s. We hope this section gives you as a student, a good understanding on how we handle your personal data that we collect and how you can control the disclosure of such data.


The information on the enforcement of PDPA 2010 which is provided below is in relation to the nature and type of data processed; how your data is collected and used; to whom your data can be disclosed; and your right to access and correct your personal information.


Taylor’s needs to process (that is, collect, use, store and ultimately destroy) your personal data for various academic, educational and administrative purposes. Generally, your personal data that we collect and process, includes but not restricted to:


Name, Identification number (NRIC), Passport number, Address, Contact numbers, Gender, Date of birth, Previous qualification, Personal email address, Photo and images, Biometrics, Marital status, Emergencies contact person(s) details, Family / guardian information.



Sensitive Personal Data

  • Some of the personal data that we process may include what is defined as 'sensitive personal data' under the Act and these include, but not restricted to: Race, Religion, Health, Records of misconduct and disciplinary action, Records of criminal offence.
  • This sensitive information shall be treated carefully by Taylor’s and will only be used for specific purposes. It will not be released to a third party without your explicit consent unless it is necessary to protect your interests.



Provision of Information

  • The provision of all information requested for in the relevant forms of Taylor’s is mandatory, unless specified otherwise. This is to enable us to process your application and / or request for our services.
  • Should you fail to provide the said information, Taylor’s will be unable to process your request and / or provide you with the relevant services.


The purposes for which personal data is collected and further processed include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • To process applications for admission.
  • To maintain students' personal details, academic and non-academic records.
  • To facilitate internships, placements, or industrial training, as well as co-curricular activities.
  • To provide the relevant administrative support, counseling, and financial aid services.
  • To manage the use of facilities such as libraries, hostels, laboratories, etc.
  • To administer graduation and alumni-related events.
  • To administer tuition fees and other payments.
  • To communicate with students on important announcements, including matters relating to career services, postgraduate studies, and alumni.
  • To collect and relay information for relevant local or international statutory authorities or examination boards.
  • To issuing digital certificate or digital badge on designated third party digital credentialing platform.
  • To carry out data analysis of all student data for demographic information, academic performance and to improve institutional practices and outcomes.
  • To contact students' next of kin in case of an emergency.
  • To comply with any regulatory, audit, or security-related requirements.

Most, if not all, of your personal data was obtained from you directly, either from the following sources or from any other information you provided and this may include:

  • Enquiry Form
  • Various type of Application and / or Registration Forms
  • All other School and / or Support Services related Request Forms
  • Previous qualification related documents and / or certificates


In some instances, your personal data may have been obtained from external sources including, but not restricted to the following:

  • Third parties such as previous educational institutions, law enforcement agencies and other government entities
  • Third party service providers and any other future third parties in relation or incidental to the above
  • Personal data which are available in the public domain
  • Personal data which may be collected from cookies through the use of Taylor's website

Taylor's will keep your personal data confidential unless you have given written consent for disclosure, or such disclosure is permitted under prevailing laws/guidelines. Taylor’s may disclose your information to the categories of third parties listed below (but not limited to):

  • The Ministry of Higher Education, other relevant government departments/agencies, statutory authorities, and industry regulators.
  • The Malaysian Immigration Department and its appointed agencies.
  • Foreign embassies and their appointed agencies.
  • The police and other enforcement agencies, where and when required.
  • Your sponsors, including your parents/guardians.
  • Third parties that provide internships or attachment placements.
  • Professional or accreditation bodies.
  • Taylor’s external counterparts providing dual degrees, articulation, or progression of study.
  • Third parties appointed by Taylor’s to provide services, such as auditors, lawyers, contractors, printing companies, travel agencies, training organisers, insurance companies, digital credential and other platform providers.
  • Other institutions or companies within the Taylor's Education Group.

You have the right to access and correct your personal information held by Taylor’s under the Act. Taylor’s always endeavours to upkeep the changes on your personal information in our student database system and hence you are encouraged to notify Campus Central of the changes in a timely manner.


You may do the following by completing the "Update My Profile" online form via Campus Central Portal to update your personal data.


Any request to exercise your rights shall be administered as per the Act. Please be informed that pursuant to the Act, your request may be rejected in certain circumstances.