The hospitality, tourism and events sectors are growing at an exponential pace and Taylor’s School of Hospitality, Tourism and Events (SHTE) prides itself on matching every stride of this growth. With its dynamic programmes and outlook, it is obvious why SHTE leads the way for hospitality education in Southeast Asia. The facts are clearly in the ﬁgures for this achievement and SHTE continues to raise the bar as a highly admired award-winning school.
*based on QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020
Conduct of Academic Activities on Campus During and Post-MCO
The Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Malaysia has announced the phased opening of higher education institutions nationally, beginning with the 1st phase for the following categories of students: Post-graduate students under research mode, final semester or final year students, and students who experience difficulty in accessing online classes from home.
We offer dual award programmes in collaboration with the University of Toulouse (UOT) and the Academie de Toulouse (ADT) in France.
With an international student and academic population as well as a myriad of activities, students gain international exposure and networking opportunities.
We place students on a fast-tracked path to employment with the industry’s top employers such as Starwood, Shangri-la and 500 more worldwide.
Our faculty spearheads research initiatives that challenge conventional industry practices.
Develop technical and management skills for a career in the hospitality and gain versatility to work in different service sectors around the world.
Attain functional and managerial skills in event management and planning, as well as knowledge in business, communication, culture and arts, events and tourism studies.
Attain functional, creative and interpersonal skills and contribute to the growth and continuous improvement of the international tourism industry.
Advance your career in teaching and research in higher education institutions, secure employment in specialist areas in public and private sector, and pursue their PhD degrees.
A research-based programme that allows candidates to develop independent thinking and a unique expertise in their own research interest.
The coronavirus has prohibited the physical classes in various countries but is unable to stop the learning and teaching activities at Taylor’s University.
Dr. Elise Mognard, Senior Lecturer at Taylor’s University, reflects upon her recent experience with a group of 26 post-graduate learners.
During the period of COVID-19 outbreak and transferring all face-to-face classes to online learning platforms, the remaining topics in the Research Methodology class have been lectured and discussed using different tools and methods.
Beyond the usual teaching pedagogy, Dr. Kandappan used the breakout rooms and screen sharing features for group discussion, as well as video recording tool to record the session and share it with his students.
One of the benefits of e-learning is allowing students enough time to learn and apply the concept. In the classroom setting, it was a challenge for some students. However, during e-learning, students can maximize their independent learning skills.
School of Hospitality, Tourism and Events places to 16th in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for Hospitality & Leisure Management and retain its position as the second-ranked university in Asia for the Hospitality and Leisure Management subject in the 2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject”.
Tier 6: Outstanding rating in the Ministry of Higher Education’s Discipline-Based Rating System (D-SETARA) The first and only university to achieve Tier 6, best quality in teaching and learning of the hospitality and tourism discipline in Malaysia.
Taylor’s University achieved yet another international success when United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) awarded the TedQual certification to the university, making it the only university in Malaysia to receive this highest accreditation for excellence by the United Nations.
Taylor's University offers our students with customisable education pathway to meet their unique learning profiles.
Student will able to get exclusive and personalised learning experiences as they progress in their education toward graduation.
A first of its kind in Malaysia, students took over the operational and managerial duties for five days in Holiday Inn Express Kuala Lumpur City Centre during their Step 2.0: Hotel Takeover Programme, overcoming difficult situations along the way. It’s all about unique learning experiences to rise with the best.
A purpose-built space exclusively for event management students to meet and plan event projects. With sufficient space and equipment to simulate event, exhibition & entertainment venues, the Events Projects Laboratory allows students to pursue innovation and creativity in their event concept design while encouraging the practice of 21st century skills in leadership and collaboration.
To fulfill our commitment in providing industry-relevant hospitality programmes and future-proof graduates these simulate real-life hotel spaces immerse students in actual hotel business environment. Equipped with the latest versions of the Opera and Delphi guest management systems, students gain a competitive edge with certified competencies in various technology employed in leading hotels around the world.
Dedicated classroom spaces with a digital setup of the latest technology in tourism management, our unique Tourism Rooms promote collaborative learning in keeping up with the revolutionary trends of the tourism sector. Tourism Innovation Lab #1 employs airline reservation Global Distribution System through our Industry partnership with world class organization such as Galileo International. Galileo’s Travelport software used in our laboratory learning of airline reservation systems and travel revenue management allows students’ to learn the business management of a travel company.
Our hotel suites are designed with industry partners to accommodate contemporary hotel standards for the demonstration, training and practice of essential skills for day-to-day hospitality operations and management. In these real-world conditions, students are exposed not only to the finer details of facilities and housekeeping management in context, but also to the intricate complexities of balancing guest satisfaction with preventive maintenance in cost management.
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