WHY SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MATRICULATION/SACE INTERNATIONAL AT TAYLOR’S?

The Taylor’s College South Australian Matriculation programme (now known as SACE International) emphasises on helping students to discover their interests, empower their potential, and funnel their efforts towards achieving study and career goals.
Explore. Excite. ignitE. focuses on development of leadership skills where students are guided to develop and manage a community project portfolio that records their experiences which will ultimately steer their direction in life and career.


Identify students’ interests via exploration and motivation; activities range from field trips to prom nights and competitions.

Encourage students to reflect in pursuing their passion through experiential activities.

Inspire students to achieve their goals and make a positive difference in life.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MATRICULATION / SACE INTERNATIONAL
OFFERED SUBJECTS



Accounting
Biology
Chemistry
Economics
English as an Additional Language
Legal Studies
Mathematical Studies
Nutrition
Physics
Psychology
Research Project B
Specialist Mathematics

In 2018, Taylor’s College will be moving their renowned pre-university programmes from Subang Jaya and Sri Hartamas to the Taylor’s Lakeside Campus.

The move marks the College’s first steps into a new chapter to better improve its offering to students by providing a conducive educational environment.

The year 2018 will be exciting for Taylor’s College students as they will be the first batch to join the Taylor’s University students on the Lakeside campus.


STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

 

MERYL AW


SAM/SACEI STUDENT

“Independent learning has taught me to challenge myself. I’m now more keen to question and experiment, and it shows in my results.”

JOHN LAU


SAM/SACEI STUDENT

“Under SAM, I joined a project called MADU to help tutor orphans. The experience taught me how to communicate better, while giving me the opportunity to shine in areas other than academics.”

DYLAN FRANCIS MIRANDA


SAM/SACEI STUDENT

“Solving problems independently means I have to be both analytical and creative. These are skills that help me to become a better student.”