At School of Computer Science and Engineering, our students apply what they learn and create works that are put forth in local and international competitions. Every our students' projects do us proud by winning recogniseable awards and competitions.
Taylor's InnoFest is an innovation festival at the end of semester showcasing projects undertaken by undergraduate students in the university.
Projects with potential for spin-off are also identified during the festival and these project teams be coached and given an opportunity to pitch to investors.
Everything around us, other than nature, are designed.
Design is a process upon which various elements are integrated and packaged in a manner that makes it useful.
This event aspires to promote the spirit and culture of creativity and innovation throughout the university showcasing students works.
Taylor's InnoFest features project exhibitions by students from 7 schools.
Final year engineering students presenting their project at the event.
1st Runner Up & 4th Runner Up
National Champion (Drone Competition)
All Girls Team Champion
Champion, 1st Runner Up, 2nd Runner Up & Merit Award
We are the first engineering school in Southeast Asia to adopt the CDIO™ Initiative and register with the Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GSCP), enabling us to apply these approaches to create engineers who are able to meet the real-world demands of their profession.
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Taylor’s School of Computer Science and Engineering offers dual award degree programmes in collaboration with University of the West of England (UWE), UKDISCOVER MORE