The world is ever-evolving. Are you ready to take it on?
Join us in the Taylor’sphere™, our well-balanced learning ecosystem and community, supported by staff, industry partners, and alumni. We future-proof you by developing your three intelligences: intellect, craft, and practical wisdom.
Gear up – your unique place and roles in the world await.
Check out how the signature atmosphere at Taylor’s University helps you build your intellect, practical wisdom & craft to graduate in demand, supported by a community of staff, industry partners & alumni!
Taylor's Curriculum Framework offers a strong foundation with mix-and-match modules, industry placements, borderless learning, and more
Nurture your creativity through Taylor’s Me.reka Makerspace, Bizpod, & Research and Enterprise.
Build skillsets for the working world through Life Skills modules, guided by specialised moderators.
Taylor’s Me.reka Makerspace is a collaborative learning hub for everyone to consolidate and cultivate collective impact through value-based innovation.
Life Skills set the stage for students to start right and to be equipped with personal and social competencies in order for them to thrive in a volatile world.
Taylor’s is taking action to future-proof graduates to be ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution by introducing the Taylor’s Curriculum Framework (TCF).
Bizpod is the startup incubator for Taylor's University. Bizpod focuses on helping students from the ideation stage to successfully establishing startups.
In our 2017-2022 Strategic Plan, Research & Enterprise is an important pillar that supports our ambitions of achieving a university having 'Balanced Excellence'
Much like a greenhouse that creates an optimal atmosphere for plants to grow, the Taylor’sphere™ is a learning ecosystem and community that nurtures your intellectual, mental, and emotional growth.
You can sharpen your intellect through mix-and-match modules and a work-based learning curriculum, Taylor’s Curriculum Framework. You’ll also build practical wisdom with Life Skills modules, and nurture creativity and entrepreneurship skills through Taylor’s Me.reka Makerspace, Bizpod, and Research & Enterprise.
Our staff, industry partners, and alumni, who are all committed to supporting you and your fellow students.
More than just academic knowledge, when you join one of Taylor’s programmes you gain real-life work experience, emotional intelligence, and the ability to create and innovate. Our university is also the country’s first to incorporate Social Innovation and entrepreneurship modules into all our degrees.
You graduate with well-balanced qualities and industry exposure, which amplify your value in the industry and eyes of potential employers. You’re also well-equipped to bring positive transformation to the society in any way you choose.
"When considering colleges, Taylor's stood out. Studying FIB isn’t easy but the lake gives me serenity to study and lecturers are always there to help, which is shown in my grades."
"Studying Foundation online was enriching & challenging. My lecturers always find new & exciting ways to make learning fun & engaging for us, despite having to teach online!"
"I enjoyed going for practical classes to get lab experience. It was fun performing experiments with friends. The classes helped me understand better, as I am a kinaesthetic learner."
"I love how SACEi emphasises not just academics but preparing for uni. It taught me life skills, being in projects where I could play a part in the world with lecturers & friends."
"The tight-knit Taylor’s community created a conducive study environment. Lecturers went out of the way to help me grasp challenging concepts, even sacrificing their lunch hours."
"Being surrounded by course mates and lecturers, who not only share the same passion but also display that passion, kept me motivated and moved me closer to what I aspire to be."
"While my degree major prepared me to explore research in the future, taking an Education minor equips me with skills required if I choose a career in an educational setting."
"People I connected with made my design journey more memorable. Working with industry collaborators through internships & guest clients trained me to design with industry relevance."
"When I co-founded the Kain Movement social enterprise, it was unfamiliar to me but lecturers supported me and even connected me to a friend’s organisation that became our partner."
"While pursuing my degree, I chose 7 free electives and dabbled in data science & even entrepreneurship. With TCF, I’m able to test waters before diving into the real battlefield."
"My lecturers are always happy to share their experience as practising architects. They often emphasise extracurricular activity, so I gained event-managing & presentation skills."
"Alongside my major, I choose to minor in Health Sciences. With that, I could complete the NAE Grand Challenges Scholar Programme, as the challenge was 'Engineer Better Medicine.'"
"I’m in the Taylor’s Robotics Club, which has collaborated with many private companies for research. This broadens my knowledge & hands-on skills such as metalwork & CAD modelling. "