However, this was just the beginning for Taylor’s University. Breaking into the QS Top 50 Under 50 2021, it was the only Malaysian private university to make the grade, an impressive feat considering 2020 was an incredibly tough year globally.
Taylor’s University met the challenges the pandemic delivered by accelerating digitalisation, thus paving the way for innovation in both teaching and learning. Its online learning capabilities, which ensured continuity for students throughout the governmentenforced campus closure, received the esteemed QS 5 Stars rating. Most importantly, it allowed students to graduate on time by providing quality blended learning.
Taylor’s University understands that its students need to prepare for a variety of jobs in a future that is seeing rapid transformation in digitisation and automation. The institution is committed to continuing to push forward with its Borderless Learning concept and ‘Taylor’sphere’, a unique ecosystem that futureproofs graduates with intellectual knowledge, emotional capacities and entrepreneurial creativity to tackle the challenging job market.
The University is committed to futureproofing graduates through Taylor’sphere, a well-balanced learning ecosystem