CMCO extended till 20 December; campus remains closed
The government has announced on 5 December that the Conditional Movement Control Order in most of Selangor will continue until 20 December 2020.
Following this announcement, the Taylor’s Lakeside Campus will remain closed for the duration stipulated above. All teaching and learning activities will continue online till the end of the year, or a date determined by the authorities.
Where necessary, examinations and assessments will also be conducted online. Students who are required to sit for international, external and professional examinations on campus are allowed to do so according to the prescribed schedule, and will need to acquire a confirmation letter from Taylor’s.
Taylor’s will continue to provide the support you need to ensure your learning is not disrupted. Do log on to your module sites via TIMeS (learning management system) for information about teaching and learning sessions, and reach out to your programme directors and lecturers if you have further enquiries.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely for any further announcements from the Ministry of Higher Education.
Let us all do our part in flattening the curve and take preventative measures. Please stay safe and stay healthy. We will get through this together.
Professor Michael Driscoll
Vice Chancellor and President
To find out the latest updates for COVID-19:
The government has announced that the Conditional Movement Control Order in Selangor and most states will continue for four more weeks, until 6 December 2020.DISCOVER MORE
The government has announced on 26 October that the Conditional Movement Control Order in Selangor, KL and Putrajaya has been extended till 9 November 2020.DISCOVER MORE
The Malaysian Immigration Department has announced on 4 October that international students are required to postpone their entry until 2021.DISCOVER MORE