The college’s Cambridge A Level graduates recognised for academic excellence
Representatives from Taylor’s College (From L to R): Murali Gopalakrishnan, Cambridge A Level Principal, Ng Kim Huat, Senior Schools Development Manager of Cambridge International Examination, Khoo Li-Lin, Academic Director, Stella Lau, Chief Operating Officer, Craig Arden Sherrin, President of Taylor’s College (2nd from right) and Anandakumaresh Ratnasingam (furthest right), Campus Director of Sri Hartamas sharing a photo session with Hui Jun and Subashan, recipients of Cambridge President Award.
Taylor’s College once again proved its academic excellence when its Cambridge A Levels graduates garnered among the highest number of Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards amongst all institutions offering the Cambridge A Levels in Malaysia. Taylor’s College’s A Level students from the July 2015 batch achieved 5 awards of the total 26 awarded across Malaysia. The five awards comprise of one High Achievement Award, three Top in Malaysia Awards and one Best Across Three Subjects Award. The outstanding students were among 384 Taylor’s College Cambridge A Level students celebrated at a graduation ceremony today.
The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards issued by Cambridge Examinations are internationally recognised for exceptional Cambridge A Level students worldwide. Two award recipients, Hong Hui Jun and Subashan Vadibeler also received the Cambridge President Award from Taylor’s College. They were selected based on academic excellence combining with outstanding contribution in enhancing the student community at Taylor’s College. Hui Jun, who scored 3A*s and 1A in the Cambridge A Levels, was the president of the Law Society at Taylor’s College, while Subashan, who scored 4A*s, held the posts of Vice-President of the Reading Club and Treasurer of the LEO Club at Taylor’s College.
During the graduation ceremony, Stella Lau, Chief Operating Office of Taylor’s College, highlighted the students achievements, “We are extremely proud at the continued success of our students. They have worked very hard under the guidance of our teaching team and I am delighted with their recognition. Their success will inspire us to elevate our efforts to give our students our best to help them succeed in life.”
“Hui Jun and Subashan have shown outstanding leadership qualities and life skills complemented by their academic excellence throughout their time here. We hope they will continue to inspire their peers and juniors,” added Stella.
Subasha Vadibeler proudly receiving the Cambridge President Award certificate from a representative from Cambridge International Examination.
Subasha Vadibeler, who will be pursuing a career in medical field, expressed his views on the Taylor’s College Cambridge A Level experience.
“The programme has helped me develop different skill sets such as leadership and critical thinking. I was able to achieve greater heights due to the constant motivation and dedication from the teachers. With my strong passion in Medicine, and the desire to help others, I aim to continue my studies in UK and become a full-fledged doctor,” added Subashan.
Taylor’s College recipients of Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards – consisting of one High Achievement Award, three Top in Malaysia Awards and one Best Across Three Subjects Awards in Cambridge Advance Level.
The Taylor’s College Cambridge A Levels programme helps students to identify and discover different learning skills for academic success and beyond, with a combination of differentiated learning approaches such as Independent Learning Skills, Collaborative Learning Skills and Research Skills. These skills will propel the students to excel and gain entry into the universities of their choice.
Taylor’s College imparts the 3Ls (Learning, Leadership and Life Skills) and hones the 5Cs (collaboration, creative thinking and problem solving, communication, creativity and innovation and cultural adaptation) in all its students, to ensure they are ready to face the competition at the world’s top universities and in the workplace, besides overcoming life challenges.
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