Taylor' College provides a wide variety of social, recreational and professional activities to our students that spark creativity and pursue your passions, foster networking with our university communities, alumnus and external parties, or just to relax and unwind. Membership in any student club is open to all students.
Check out some of the highlights from our student club and societies activities over the past few years!
Taylor’s College Student Council serves as the chief representative body for students in the College, with representations from all Programmes/Schools. They represent the voice of the students and function as the key intermediary between student and management.
TCSC is also a strategic platform for you to acquire in-depth leadership experiences where it focuses primarily on improving student integration and the quality of campus life for students. At the same time, TCSC also represents the college/university for inter-varsity collaborations, networking avenues and efforts of the Ministry of Education Malaysia.
Maximise your college experience! Join our growing list of clubs and societies including:
Community Service Initiatives (CSI) Volunteers
CSI Volunteers are a team of young people who aspire to make a difference in the lives of the community. CSI Volunteers focuses on youth engagement and provide opportunities for campus students to inculcate a sense of volunteerism and social responsibility through various activities and events organized locally and abroad.
Some of the notable efforts made include Yes We Can!, Taylor’s World Food Day 2.0, Flood Relief Efforts (FREE), HOJO Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Fundraiser and the hosting of the Hong Kong Institute of Education for Service Learning experience in Malaysia. CSI Volunteers has a strong network support from various NGOs in Malaysia. Various opportunities offered within CSI include:
The Taylor’s Debaters specializes in public speaking and debates and represents the Institution in various debate competitions. Our debaters are coached professionally by debate experts who help develop their preparations for competitions, friendly matches and even organize debate tournaments. Regular practices and mock debates are held to sharpen students’ critical thinking, general knowledge and enhance their communication skills through various intellectual platforms.
Taylor's Cultural Arts Performers (TRADISI)
TRADISI is a strategic avenue for students to promote and learn the richness of the Malaysian culture through performing arts, particularly in the area of music and dance. TRADISI is trained and coached by local experts who are passionate in imparting the essence of the culture and diversity through each routine that is then showcased during key university events and competitions throughout the year.
The LEO club aims to provide students with Leadership, Experience and Opportunity both individually and collectively by tapping into social service activities. The LEO club members diligently organise activities that benefit various charitable homes through fund raiser activities.
Taylor's Rotaract Club
The Taylor’s Rotaract Club chapter focuses on self-development while contributing to society and promoting international understanding. All Rotaract efforts begin at the local, grassroots level, with members addressing their communities’ physical and social needs while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service.
Taylor's Nature Club
TUNC aims to gather students of common interest on activities that are related to nature. They aim to increase students’ awareness on their responsibility towards mother nature besides advocating habitat conservation and environment education. They also intend to participate and collaborate with local efforts in preserving Earth’s biodiversity.
Taylor’s Girl Up is a club under the United Nations Foundation that helps girls gain access to better education, healthcare and social and economic opportunities. Through events, activities and fundraisers organised by this club, Girl Up aims to create more awareness on issues surrounding girls. This club is not limited to girls only and is open to all interested in making a difference.
Classroom X-Perience (CXP) is a long-term tutor project consisting of semester-based classes with Yayasan Ozanam, a registered non-profit, voluntary welfare organisation incorporated in 1998 to care for and shelter the neglected, exploited, abused, abandoned and orphaned children of Malaysia. Classroom X-Perience (CXP) consists of two teams, the event team and the mentors.
The event team organises fund raisers for the mentors to purchase the materials for their classes and to organise the Annual Graduation Day for the children. The mentors conduct classes for the underprivileged children in their homes. The interactive activities and lessons that are carried out by the CXP Mentors fall into three categories: Academics, Sports and Excursions, and Soft Skills and Performing Arts.
The classes aim to enable underprivileged children to express themselves, explore new talents and develop self-confidence through various fun and creative activities.Also, the classes aims to equip the children with the necessary skills, knowledge, exposure and develop self-confidence as a holistic approach towards a child’s well-being.
Heart Mind Club
Heart Mind Club was established to create a safe environment for a group of peers to talk about anything and feel supported during their university life. This club is also meant to create awareness on some mental health and also organise activities that would help with personal development.
Model United Nations Club
Model United Nations Club is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and other multilateral bodies. In Model UN, students step into the shoes of ambassadors from UN member states, to debate current issues on the organisation's agenda.
While playing their roles as ambassadors, student "delegates" make speeches, prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the Model UN conference rules of procedure - all in the interest of mobilizing "international cooperation" to resolve problems that affect countries all over the world.
The Taylor’s Toastmasters Club is established with an aim of helping students develop their communication, public speaking and leadership skills. Through their modules and simulations, students will embark on a learning period exposing them to simulations and public speaking exercises that enables them to develop the art of speaking, listening and thinking.
Present in over 125 countries and territories and with over 50,000 members, AIESEC is the world's largest youth-run organisation. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to participate in international internships, experience leadership and participate in a global learning environment. What makes AIESEC unique is the youth driven impactful experience that it offers to its members.
Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship Club
The Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship Club is driven to educate youths today of the value of entrepreneurship by giving them a platform to network, connect and develop an entrepreneurial mindset. Through various club activities, students will learn how to broaden their mind to financial knowledge in order to gauge profitable investments, financial risks and financial management.
Agents of Tech
A diversified club that caters to all kind of passionate students, educators and lecturers of various universities in competing in national level hackathons, event organizing, learning workshops and tech talks that explore technologies beyond educational institution syllabus. Enhance individual soft skill and technological skill to bring competitiveness, adding value to the community and contribute to society.
SIGHT was established to allow students with unconventional mindsets to explore their areas of interest and to provide them with a platform to innovate and become people of value in society. Through this channel, it hopes to help people in the community develop the courage and confidence to make a personal/global impact, start a trend where people understand the concept of innovation and to help people discover and ascertain their goals and find their path.
Bursa Young Investors Club
Taylor’s Bursa Young Investors Club was established to create a trading community and raise financial literacy within the Taylor’s Community. The club also aims to assist its members in securing highly competitive summer internships at pre-eminent financial institutions – an opportunity which has then led to many students being offered fulltime graduate positions.
Taylor’s Dance Club is made out of energetic, vibrant and passionate dancers who are eager to share a common platform to develop their talent in dancing. From contemporary dance to hip hop, break dance and so much more, be prepared to sweat it all out with the Dance Club.
The Music Club at Taylor’s is driven to enrich the campus experience by identifying young talents and providing them with a platform to develop themselves vocally, instrumentally as well as develop their singing and songwriting skills. Through the Music Club, students will develop self-confidence, networking with other musicians and collaborate to create opportunities for workshops and music inspired events that would benefit the Taylor’s community.
Stretch your vocals and your creativity with Taylor’s L.I.V.E. Club! Established in 2016, L.I.V.E Club is dedicated to Acapella enthusiasts who have a talent in singing and harmonizin.
Society of Performing Arts
Taylor’s Society of Performing Arts is a society that seeks to expose, develop, nurture and celebrate the creativity and culture of performing arts to the student. The society aspires to break away from the typical stigma that is attached to other performing arts society which appears to limit the society to a select few. In line with this idea, the society aims to be inclusive and invites anyone who is enthusiastic, interested or even just curious about the production of performing arts to join them.
Taylor's Symphony Orchestra
Taylor’s Symphony Orchestra (TSO) provides students with an opportunity to perform and express themselves musically. Through collaborative learning, students will be able to hone and develop their musical skills by performing together with other talented musicians, internally or even externally. The society is also a platform for students to organise an annual concert where proceeds will be channeled to the maintenance of the instruments.
Taylor’s Book Club aims to connect like-minded people who share a passion in reading through a series of activities such as book discussions, movie screenings on book adaptation, book sales, workshops and awareness campaigns that stress the importance of reading and writing. This is a platform for students to enhance their writing skills and showcase their own short stories to members in the club or the public.
Eager to develop your talent in writing? The ETC. Magazine Club is the most ideal platform for you to develop this skill. By covering news around campus and practicing your flair in writing, covering events and photography and at the same time increasing brand awareness and campus activities, the fun and excitement is aplenty with ETC Magazine.
Have an eye for photography? Join the Photography Club and develop your photography skills. The team of experienced student photographers is eager to share their passion and experience when it comes to taking photos. The Photography Club is also the appropriate platform for students to practice their photography skills through various campus activities and events.
Film & Cinematography Club
The Film & Cinematography Club was established to broaden the interest in film and film-making within Taylor’s student community. Through the club initiatives and activities, they hope to create a platform for students to further their knowledge and interest in film and film-making.
Artsy was established to bring together creative minds who are passionate in pursuing their talents in arts. Artsy has four elements, illustration, graphic designing, integrated video editing and basic web-design.
Wine & Dine Club
The Wine & Dine club is all about discovering and experiencing the infinite variety of food and beverage ranging from street food to fine dining, from juices to vintage wines, from the purest French to Asian-fusion cuisine to thus find the perfect match in today’s modern gourmet search.
The Taylor’s Buddhist Club is in collaboration with Fo Guang Shan temple which was founded by Venerable Hsing Yun, who is known for his ‘Humanistic Buddhism’ philosophy employed by the Fo Guang Shan order which utilises Buddhism to fit the needs of a modern world. The Club aims to incorporate the learning and teaching of Buddhism and hope to provide a safe path to self-discovery and spirituality to all Students willing to learn and apply this in life.
The Taylor’s Catholic Society is passionate about God and was established to share their spirituality and support one another in their journey of faith, learning and discovery through the essence of Catholic teaching.
The Taylor’s Christian Fellowship is an avenue for all Christians to unite and find support and learning in one another. The club is filled with exciting games, hands-on activities, networking opportunities as well as a team of peers who are eager to empower, inspire and live life for a bigger cause.
Muslim Students' Association
Muslim Students' Association, also recognised as MSA was founded in May 2010. MSA intends to convey the message of Islam to common people and at the same time is greatly concerned and enthusiastic to educate the public on Islam, while clarifying all sorts of doubts and misunderstandings about Islam.
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Taylor’s Anime Society (TAS) is a common interest society that is dedicated in sharing their interest in Japanese Modern Visual Culture & Japanese Culture to their surrounding community. Fun, enlivening and exciting, TAS is passionate, enthusiastic and constantly active in organising events and activities to spread the culture and bring people who share the same interest together.
Taylors’ Chinese Society was established with the vision of becoming a well-known Chinese Society for its excellence, passionate and integrity among private institutions. The development and integration of traditional Chinese virtues and values into a modern context is the key to keeping an identity alive. It is moreover every passionate Malaysian Chinese’s wish to find his/her place in the global village and promote his/her beliefs, world views, and traditions to the world.
Taylor’s Indian Society aims to pass on their traditions, culture, language and religion to the younger generation in commemoration and preservation. TIS aims to celebrate key festivals and establish a sense of community towards anyone wanting to learn more about Indian culture.
K-Gen Society at Taylor’s was established to expose Taylorians and Malaysians to the increasing popularity of Hallyu (Korean wave) Culture in Malaysia. By connecting people with similar interests and passion, K-Gen goes all out in instilling K-Pop and Korean culture into all their campus related activities and events.
The International Students’ Association comprises of international clubs that are formed based on the percentage of student population on campus. The students come together to organise events that creates awareness, integration and inclusion on the myriad of cultures that exist worldwide.
Presently the International Students’ Association is made up of the following countries:
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