Taylor University Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Micheal Driscoll expressed his happiness over the success and said that it has strengthened Taylor’s strong position in the area.
”As Taylor University moves toward equilibrium, the next chapter. This success gives us a solid foundation as we continue to provide the best potential. Collaborate with the best partners globally and create the best graduates who make a difference in their communities wherever they are in the world.”
”In the past few years, we have changed the University by expanding our international reach, introducing fundamental reforms to our approach to teaching and learning.”
The new Taylor’s Curriculum Framework places more emphasis on a specialized curriculum, learning all new student life skills with the best opportunities for industry internships and studying abroad with prominent universities around the world.
Our employer’s partners have strongly indicated their acceptance of the direction of Tylor’s direction and the change in appearance in several rankings. He said this was a result of Tylor’s extensive efforts and close engagement with employers.
In addition to recognizing the topic of hospitality and leisure management, Tylor University also ranked 100th. And enter the world’s top 250 universities for Business and Management Studies while maintaining the status of a Private Business School in Malaysia.
Taylor’s University continues to be the leading private university in Malaysia for employer reputation in the QS World University Rankings 2020 and QS Graduate Employ ability Rankings 2020 results.
The university was also awarded the prestigious 5-stars rating in 6 areas making it the best Malaysian private university in the QS Stars University Rating 2019-2022 exercise. Latest, the university moved up to the 109th position in the QS Asia University Rankings 2020, a huge jump from its previous 135th position.