What is Taylor's Curriculum Framework (TCF) ?

Taylor’s University is taking action to future-proof graduates to be ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution by introducing the Taylor’s Curriculum Framework. The TCF’s goal is to enhance the university’s existing curriculum so our students not only graduate with an outstanding degree, but also future-ready skills that will make them highly sought after in the ever-demanding global marketplace. 

At the core of TCF is empowering students to explore their passions by giving them more choices and flexibility.

Delving into the TCF

TCF focuses on:
  • Equipping students with critical X-Factors and the competitive edge so they can thrive in the global marketplace
  • Offering learners a relevant and dynamic curriculum, where they can enjoy the flexibility to design and personalise their course of study based on their interests and strengths
  • Increasing overseas experiences with regard to opportunity, variety and choice
 
Students who come to Taylor’s University will experience an education that is multi-dimensional, created with the building blocks of academic excellence, life skills and emotional well-being. These three key building blocks will help to nurture eight essential attributes that contribute to future-ready skills. They include:
  • Discipline specific knowledge
  • Communication skills
  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Entrepreneurialism
  • Lifelong learning
  • Personal competencies
  • Social competencies
  • Global perspectives