Through a reciprocal agreement between Taylor’s University and partner universities abroad, students are able to pursue one semester in the host institution.
Taylor’s University Student Exchange Programme enables you to study in more than 200 renowned universities globally by paying zero foreign tuition fees. You can spend up to a semester abroad by only paying local tuition fees to Taylor’s University.
Moreover, students are able to acquire credit transfer when returning to their home institution and receive a partial transcript from the host institution. Do note that prior approval from the school on the modules to be undertaken at the host institution is required
One semester to one year (subject to approval)
Exchange students will be paying their tuition to Taylor’s University.
Exchange students will usually earn credit for grades obtained at host university.
All students who wish to apply for a student exchange programme must submit the following documents to Global Mobility Office (GMO).
Documents required for application to GMO:
Click on the following link for procedures on Visa, Medical and Health for selected countries (applicable to Malaysian passport holders). Please note that this is for reference only.
For countries which are not listed and other nationalities, we suggest that students log onto the respective Embassies for details and updated information.
Read some student exchange testimonials by our students!
Kerala to KL and Beyond: A Taylor’s University Student from India Reflects on Her Global Experience at MMU in the UK.
Bachelor of Science (Hons) Food Science with Nutrition student spent a semester on exchange at RMIT, and had experiences that have changed his world view.
An exchange in Brisbane helped Sharon not only to realise the importance of being able to cook, but allowed her to make friends from around the world.
Living away from home, working part-time and getting over being shy were all experiences that Soon Onn benefited from during his exchange to Australia.
Leon Jan Sein Hwang spent a semester in Korea, and made the effort to get off-campus and to explore his new ‘home’ city.
Spending a semester abroad on exchange opened up a whole new world of cultures, friends and experiences for this student from Denmark.
Janina Raiser spent a semester on exchange at Taylor’s University, and wants to encourage more Taylor’s students to exchange to her home university in Germany.
Taylor’s University connected Australian Government New Colombo Plan students from two different universities in Queensland together at the Lakeside Campus.
“2016 Fall, I flew to the Manchester, UK from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for a semester abroad. This video showcases only some of my crazy and amazing adventures. Enjoy :) ”
Bryan Wong Hong Leong from Taylor's University, one of the exchange student at Saxion University from The Netherlands.
Click on the following to download the GMO Application e-Form (please choose ONE):-
Progression Students (Diploma to Degree)
For students who are participating in Taylor’s Student Exchange Programme under the Progression pathway. Please check with Global Mobility Office for eligibility.
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For more information on the Student Exchange Programme, please seek for consultation with our Student Exchange Outbound Coordinator at GMO, Block A, Level 2.
Consultation Hours is from Monday to Friday between 2pm to 5pm.
Global Mobility Office
Block A, Level 2
No. 1, Jalan Taylor’s
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
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