ADP students are required to actively participate in hands-on project work and course assessments, get involved in extra-curricular activities, as well as engage with their lecturers and classmates in the classroom.
Most of the courses in the ADP challenge students to apply their classroom learning and research into practice, through various projects and activities inside and outside of the classroom.
Students have the option of forming their own clubs or societies, as evident in the many clubs and societies that have been initiated by ADP students over the years.
The activities our students have involved in include organizing inter-school competitions, knowledge-building workshops, team-based games and many others. Many of our students have also made a positive impact in the community by initiating and engaging several charitable and social initiatives.
Through participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, ADP students are able to hone their leadership skills, communication and social skills, teamwork, and time management abilities, among others. These core capabilities go a long way in creating well-rounded, globally conscious citizens of the future.
The event increased awareness about the economic standing of the Americas. The event also featured showcases and performances related to the Americas.
The campaign focuses on helping students to understand the implications of racial diversity on the various aspects of Malaysian society.
This exercise is part of the theater coursework aimed at nurturing confidence, creativity and establishing physical communication through body language. It also showcased the students’ talents, professionalism and bravery.
The activity aims to bring ADP students closer together and uncover hidden talents among the students, through a series of challenges that include indoor, outdoor and computer games.
This is an annual football and netball sports tournament for underprivileged kids, organized by Dignity of Children Foundation, for which students of the Business Entrepreneurship Society (Be_ADP) volunteer their time and energy.
ADP’s Mass Communications students conceptualized, planned and organized the event, taking on responsibilities such as inviting the media and preparing press kits, sourcing for sponsorship and promoting the event.
The results of our holistic educational environment are evident in the string of Taylor’s ADP students who have been accepted into Tier 1 universities in the U.S., including those in the prestigious Ivy League.DISCOVER MORE
Taylor’s ADP provides a seamless transition for high-school leavers who may find it a challenge to adjust to the American system of education.DISCOVER MORE