Best University in Malaysia for Foundation in Communication at Taylor’s University


Top Foundation in Communication Course in Malaysia at Taylor’s University

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Mass communication is the study of how people and companies send out information through mass media to target large areas of the population at the same time. The channels that they use to send out the information are generally through newspaper, magazine, book publishing, print media, radio, television, film, and now through the internet using social media or websites. The messages sent out are for disseminating information, news and advertising. There are many job opportunities for mass communication graduates in Malaysia if you are good.

Students after SPM or O-Levels who are sure of taking mass communication may go for the Diploma in Communication or Foundation in Communication at Taylor’s University. Both pathways take the same time to complete a degree. Students may choose 5 mass communication majors for their degree at Taylor’s University. The majors are Advertising, Broadcasting, Public Relations, Public Relations & Event Management or Public Relations & Marketing. Students who are not sure of which arts-related course may take the Foundation in Arts at Taylor’s. Taylor’s University is acknowledged to be the best university for mass communication in Malaysia having won many awards and an excellent industry-centred curriculum.

Taylor’s University is acknowledged to be the best university for mass communication in Malaysia having won many awards and an excellent industry-centred curriculum.

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The Best Foundation in Communication Programme in Malaysia at Taylor’s University

Photography Studio at Taylor's University

Photography Studio at Taylor’s University

Taylor’s University 1-year Top Rated Foundation in Communication programme exposes students to the fundamentals of the communication industry and how to deal with the complexity of issues, people and organisations. The programme has a balanced assessment method, whereby 50% of the evaluation is allocated to various continuous assessments such as quizzes, course work, class test, projects and oral presentations, while the remaining 50% to the final exam.

Intakes are in January, March and July of each year for students after SPM or O-Levels. Upon completion of the Foundation in Communication, students can continue on to any of the communication degree programmes at Taylor’s University

Subjects for the Foundation in Communication Programme at Taylors University

Communication students at Taylor's University have access to the best facilities and well rounded curriculum

Communication students at Taylor’s University have access to the best facilities and well rounded curriculum

Semester 1

  • Discovering Mass Communication
  • Media Appreciation
  • English I
  • Introduction to Media Workshop
  • Elective

Semester 2

  • Social Psychology
  • Audio Visual Production
  • English II
  • Basic Communication Research
  • Public Speaking Skills

Electives

Semester 1

  • Business Enterprise
  • Principles of Economics

UK Dual Award from the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, U.K.

The School of Communication at Taylor’s University offers dual award degree programmes in

Recording Studio at Taylor's University

Recording Studio at Taylor’s University

collaboration with the University of the West of England (UWE), UK. A quality review committee, comprising academics from both institutions, is established for quality assurance and the moderation of the standards of the programmes, which includes curriculum and assessment. Students will receive certification from both Taylor’s University and UWE upon completion of their degrees at Taylor’s.

Tracing its roots back to 1595, UWE represents a long and well-established tradition of first-class professional education and training. With over 30,000 students, UWE is a modern, growing university situated in Bristol, which is ranked UK no.1 most liveable city.

UWE has been ranked no.6 for employability in the UK. 95% of graduates are employed or in further study six months after graduation. Bristol is the eighth largest city in the UK, the largest city in the south west and is home to many large businesses and employers including Airbus, AXA, BBC, Environment Agency, Hewlett Parkard, Lloyds TSB, Ministry of Defence and Rolls-Royce.

  • The University of the West of England, Bristol or affectionately called Bristol UWE is one of the
    Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

    most popular universities in the U.K. with a lively intellectual and social mix.
    The history of the University goes as far back as 1595, representing a long and well established tradition of first class professional education and training.

  • The Department of Screen Media and Journalism is part of the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education. It has a reputation for high quality teaching informed by the latest research and featured in the top ten of UK universities for student satisfaction in their courses in journalism, film, media and cultural studies.
  • The Department also partners some of the most innovative and prestigious cultural organisations in Bristol such as the BBC, Watershed Media Centre, the Pervasive Media Studio and the Festival of Ideas.
  • It also sponsors Encounters International Short Film Festival and Compass Film Festival. These organisations offer master-classes and careers advice to give greater insight into the creative industries.

Real Clients, Real Projects for Communication Students at Taylor’s University

As an internationally-recognised centre for media and communication studies in the Asia Pacific region, School of Communication aims to develop leaders with innovative and strategic-thinking attributes that can make a positive impact on the industry at a regional and global level. Our learning methodologies are strongly anchored in real-world practices as we encourage students to explore communication theories via workshops and real projects with real clients.

We engage with numerous adjunct and visiting lecturers from reputable companies to conduct lessons to students:

  • Abu Baker Siddiq
    Producer
    Astro Shaw Sdn Bhd
  • Doris Lim
    Radio DJ
    988FM
  • Dr Rohmad Fakeh
    Deputy Director of Strategic Planning Section
    Department of Broadcasting, RTM
  • Irene Jay Liu
    News Editor Data
    Thomson Reuters, Hong Kong
  • Lisa Wong
    TV Host
    Media Prima
  • Prof Dina Iordanova
    Professor of Film Studies
    University of St Andrews, Scotland
  • Sandra Hanchard
    PhD Researcher
    Swinburne Institute for Social Research, Australia
  • Sean Lee
    Radio DJ
    988FM

Activities Beyond the Classroom for Communication Students at Taylor’s University

Throughout their course of study, our students engage in various activities and projects, either on or off-campus.
EcoWorld Recruitment Video Competition
Over 100 broadcasting students from School of Communication had an exciting five months of competing in the EcoWorld’s Create Tomorrow and Beyond recruitment video contest. Having put their creative talents and technical skills to the challenge, our students won the RM5,000 cash prize and an opportunity to work in the industry to reproduce the winning video for commercial use.
Dutch Lady Inspire Tomorrow Workshop
Our students have integrated classroom learning with industry experience in the Dutch Lady Inspire Tomorrow Workshop, a CSR project for underprivileged children in orphanages and child welfare centers.
Video Production
Broadcasting students conceptualise ideas and produce programmes, demonstrating their ability to perform various tasks involved in TV production.
The InkSlingers
First published in 2003, The InkSlingers is Taylor’s University’s official and oldest student-run newspaper by SOC. The monthly publication features the latest events and happenings in and around the campus.

Award-Winning Communication Students at Taylor’s University

2015
  • Champion in the EcoWorld Recruitment Video Competition
    SOC degree students emerged as Champion in the EcoWorld’s Create Tomorrow and Beyond recruitment video contest 2015. The Champion award comes with a RM5,000 cash prize and an opportunity to work in the industry to reproduce the winning video for commercial use.

2014

  • 1st Runner Up in the Shell Fuel Save Campaign
    Seven degree studentsperformed in an integrated PR and Marketing competition via a social media campaign to promote fuel efficiency and safe driving tips. They also executed on-ground activation at AvenueK Shopping Gallery.
  • Champions for Moving Walls Love Generator Challenge
    Two teams, SOC Diploma and Degree students respectively were winners for two special categories (AmBank for Youth and Malaysia’s Resume).

2013

  • 1st Prize in the United Against Crime initiative
    Diploma students won the short video competition organised by the Crime NKRA team and the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU), a division of the Prime Minister’s Department.
  • Champion in the Shell Fuel Save Campaign
    Eight students from SOC conducted research, presented a plan and implemented their proposed campaign for two months to educate the next generation of drivers on fuel efficiency.
  • Champion, 1st & 2nd Runner Up in Petron Malaysia “Rentetan Kejayaan – A Journey of Triumphs and Milestones”
    SOC students emerged as winners in the National Student Art & Photography Competition which aims to encourage the expression of creativity and instill the preservation of arts and culture amongst youth.

Student Mobility Programme at Taylor’s University

In line with our philosophy to encourage students to “learn by doing”, School of Communication collaborates with international institutions, through the Student Mobility programme.

This series of educational programmes are aimed at educating and broadening the world views of School of Communication students, and increasing their global awareness.

Leveraging on our School’s international partnerships, students can choose to either complete a semester abroad or opt for a short overseas study trip. School of Communication is also developing international internship placements, and partnerships with other universities in Asia Pacific, to enhance our students’ educational journey.

proPASSION COMMUNICATIONS

About Us
proPassion Communications is a Public Relations (PR) consultancy managed by the final year degree students from Taylor’s School of Communication. Inaugurated in 2008 as a project under Taylor’s Diploma in Communication programme, the consultancy is now a part of the “Public Relations and Events Consultancy” module in the Bachelor of Mass Communication (Hons) with Public Relations majors.

The collaboration between proPassion and partnered companies ensures a win-win situation, where the consultancy has already garnered successful events under its belt – having collaborated with local and international clients.

What We Do
proPassion Communications is committed to two key principles: passion and professionalism.

The services provided by proPassion Communications are:

  • public relations campaigns
  • branding campaigns
  • marketing communications
  • event management

List of Clients:

  • Baskin Robbins
  • Big Fish Media Sdn Bhd
  • da:men mall
  • DIGI
  • Dutch Lady
  • Encorp Strand Mall
  • Escape Room
  • f3capital
  • Mypartners Communications Sdn. Bhd.
  • Shopee
  • StarAsia (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
  • Sukhita
  • Yubersports

Strong Industry Linkages at Taylor’s School of Communication

Bridging the Industry Gap
Taylor’s School of Communication’s longstanding ties with the communication industry for over 10 years ensures that its students regularly engage with the industry through industrial attachments and training, inviting guest speakers, and obtaining input from industry partners on our curriculum development.

Industry Placement
As part of their study, students are required to undergo a compulsory internship programme. Students are placed with some of the most notable establishments in the industry, including local and international radio and television stations, leading newspapers, magazines, advertising and PR agencies, event management companies, TV production houses, corporate offices, social media establishments, as well as professional agencies and associations.

Due to Taylor’s strong industry affiliations, our students are also able to work with multinational and international companies across various industries, such as:

Advertising

  • ARC Worldwide
  • Bates Asia
  • DDB PR Sdn. Bhd.
  • Foetus International
  • Grey Worldwide Sdn. Bhd.
  • Leo Burnett
  • McCann Erickson (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
  • MindShare Malaysia
  • Ogilvy & Mather
  • Sirius Communication Sdn. Bhd.

Public Relations

  • Edelman Public Relations
  • Eric Pringle Associate PR
  • Essence Communication Sdn. Bhd.
  • Fleishman-Hillard Malaysia
  • Universal McCann
  • Weber Shandwick

Corporate Communication

  • Genting Berhad
  • Kuala Lumpur Pavillion
  • Mesiniaga Berhad
  • Panasonic Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
  • Shell Malaysia
  • Sony Malaysia

Journalism/Editorial

  • ACP Magazine
  • The Edge Communications Sdn. Bhd.
  • Aljazeera International (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
  • Panasonic Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
  • New Straits Times
  • The Star Publications

Broadcasting

  • Media Prima
  • Astro

Event Management

  • Protemp Exhibitions Sdn. Bhd.
  • Roots Asia Pacisic (M) Sdn. Bhd.

Professional Body

  • Institute of Public Relations Malaysia
  • International Association of Business Communicators
  • Centre for Independent Journalism

Media Consultancy

  • GroupM
  • Group MAD
  • PHD Media

Industry Standard Facilities for the School of Communication at Taylor’s University

School of Communication students study in a modern tropical campus with conducive and state-of-the-art facilities catered to their studying needs at our brand new Taylor’s Lakeside Campus.

Our school’s facilities include:

1. AUDIO RECORDING STUDIO
The Audio Recording Studio is specifically designed for students to learn about audio production work. It comprises a studio and a panel control room which is built with high quality acoustic materials that creates a conducive environment for professional audio recording purposes. It is well equipped with industry-standard state of the art hardware and software.
2. AUDIO EDITING LABORATORY
The Audio Editing Laboratory has 18 workstations complete with Apple iMac and Pro-tools editing software that enable students to acquire the skills and knowledge in audio editing process.
3. VIDEO EDITING LABORATORY
This lab has 24 workstations which are well equipped with the latest Adobe Premier Version and Final Cut Pro that is in line with the current industry practices for video editing. Students will learn about editing for still and motion picture programmes like drama, news, documentary, entertainment, sports and as well as advertising and promotional materials for both the traditional media and new media.
4. ADVENTURE ARENA
This is a dedicated workspace for students to brainstorm and develop innovative ideas through guided techniques taught by experienced lecturers. The whole workspace is designed with special wall and table surfaces for students to pen down their colourful ideas.
5. NEWSROOM
The Newsroom is a real workstation created specifically for Journalism students to experience the working environment in a news media organization. Students will undertake a series of process in news publication which include research, news reporting, editing and as well as publication layout design.
6. PROPASSION CONSULTATION SUITE
This consultation suite is specifically designed for students to experience the real life challenge of a Public Relations consultancy. Students will be expected to take on the role of a consultant in providing their expertise in the field of Public Relations to meet the needs or requirements of a real client from the industry.
7. PROJECT ROOM
This project room is equipped with 16 workstations for students to work on their assignments.
8. TV BROADCAST STUDIO
The million-dollar TV Studio is well equipped with broadcast studio cameras, digital consoles and lighting equipment specific for studio recording productions that are on par with international broadcasting industry standards. Besides hands-on training, students are groomed to develop essential skills from content developing to scriptwriting, casting, directing, producing and post-editing.

State-of-the-Art Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake; striking a balance between form and function to embody Taylor’s University’s modern approach and perspective in premium education with an approach to holistic growth outside the classroom.

Surrounding the serene lake are buildings that house the academic wings and the commercial annexe that comprise of wide and spacious corridors, pleasing and rich landscapes and all in all, a sustainable and conducive environment for education. Besides, being visually comforting and naturally soothing, the overall design also enhances the air quality, both indoor and outdoor.

Taylor’s provides the necessary conducive environment for learning and development, to complement our quality academic programmes. Our campuses provide students with a comprehensive list of features and facilities to cater to our students’ learning needs and comfort during their years at Taylors University.

Service Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

  • Career Services Centre
  • Computer Labs
  • Counselling and Psychological Services Centre
  • Experimental Theatre
  • Lecture Theatres
  • Library
  • Sick Bay
  • Sports and Recreation Centre
  • Student Life Centre
  • The Grand Hall
  • U-Residence
  • UniGym

Service Facilities:

Career Services Centre
This centre provides students with reference materials and information about occupations, corporations and career opportunities.


Computer Labs
For computer practical classes. Each lab has an average of 33 computers.


Library
1300-seater 4-storey library to suit students’ individual learning styles. The library is equipped with 24/7 study areas, discussion rooms, multimedia rooms, theatrette, computers, printing & photocopying facilities.


Sick Bay


U-Residence
Residence for students living on campus.


Sports and Recreation Centre
Multi-purpose courts (Futsal, netball, volleyball, basketball, cricket nets, tennis, dodgeball)


Student Life Centre
The Student Life Centre is a purpose driven centre devoted to provide a platform for Student Leaders and the student communities as a whole to engage in creative thinking, brainstorming of new ideas and implement the execution of these ideas.

The Centre features Discussion Hubs, a meeting room, independent study area and a Mini Events Zone. It is also where the TU Student Council office, Community Service Initiatives Volunteers office and International Student Services Centre are located.


The Grand Hall
1000-seater hall designed for campus events and activities such as convocations, examinations, exhibitions and gala dinners; as well as sports activities.


Lecture Theatres
Lectures and events are conducted in the hall which can seat up to 300 people.


Experimental Theatre
Suitable for stage performances (dramas and plays) and can be used for practice sessions. Equipped with stage, hi-tech acoustics and lighting systems. Seats surround the stage, providing a 360 degree view of performance.


UniGym


Counseling and Psychological Services Centre
A centre for students, staff and parents to receive counselling on various emotion related issues.

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

  • On Campus (U Residence @ Lakeside Campus)
    • Located in Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus
    • This 6-storey building has 890 beds, 126 apartment units and 116 en-suites, all tastefully furnished
    • 24-hour multi-level security
    • Resident housemaster
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services
    • Recreational areas
    • Learning spaces
    • Shuttle bus services
  • Off-Campus (Various Locations)
    • Units are located within the vicinity of the campuses
    • 24-hour security
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services

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Top Universities in Malaysia for Foundation in Business Programme


Study at the Best Universities in Malaysia for the Foundation in Business Course

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A Foundation in Business Course at a top private university in Malaysia will take 1 year to complete before you continue on to a business degree programme. After the Foundation in Business, you can choose to study degree programmes in Business Administration, Actuarial ScienceAccounting, Accounting & Finance, Banking & Finance, Finance & Investment, Marketing, Human Resource Management and more.

Students after SPM who have decided to go for a Business Degree at a top private university in Malaysia, it would be better to take a Foundation in Business instead of taking tough external pre-university courses like A-Levels, Canadian Pre-U or Australian Matriculation. In order to help narrow down the choices to for you to choose the best universities in Malaysia to study Foundation in Business, I will provide you a list.

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Top Private Universities in Malaysia for Foundation in Business Studies Programme

Top universities offering the Foundation in Business in Malaysia are:

  1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
  2. Asia Pacific University
  3. Curtin University Sarawak
  4. First City University College

Studying the Foundation in Business at Top Universities in Malaysia

Students after the Foundation would consider degree programmes offered in private universities in

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Malaysia such as:

  • Finance
  • Finance & Investment
  • Actuarial Science
  • Accounting
  • Banking & Finance
  • Investment
  • Economics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Administration
  • Marketing
  • International Business

A Foundation in Business focuses on business-related topics by focusing on specific subjects related to these various majors in Business.

Structure of the Foundation in Business Programme in Malaysia

A Foundation in Business at top private universities in Malaysia would be 12-months in duration. It is divided into 3 semesters. They would be 3 long semesters which are 14 weeks long.

Unlike how A-Level and SAM are administered by a central body (Cambridge or EdExcel administers the A-Levels and the South Australian education board administers SAM), a Foundation in Business is administered by the private university itself.

Assessments are a mixture of coursework, assignments and exams. It is generally accepted that the Foundation course is easier than the external Pre-University programmes. Quality of the Foundation in Business programmes are assured with the accreditation from MQA.

Students who have completed the Foundation in Business may transfer to other private universities in Malaysia for their degree programmes.

Typical Subjects offered in the Foundation in Business Programme at Top Universities in Malaysia

Subjects offered by Foundation in Business courses at private universities in Malaysia are related to business subjects so that it would prepare you for the undergraduate degree in businessSome universities offer both core and elective subjects (which means you get to choose some of your subjects), while some universities only have fixed subjects.

In a typical Foundation in Business course, you will study subjects like Marketing, Accounting, Management, Finance, Mathematics, Communication, IT, and more. The Malaysian Ministry of Education also requires students to take compulsory subjects called the Matapelajaran Wajib or MPU. Students have to take 3 MPU subjects during their Foundation.

Top Ten Reasons to Study the Foundation in Business at the Best Private Universities & Colleges in Malaysia

  1. Cheaper than the External Pre-University Programmes

    Get a top ranked UK degree in Malaysia at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

    Get a top ranked UK degree in Malaysia at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

  2. Easier than the External Pre-University Programmes
  3. Some are recognised for entry into overseas universities
  4. Accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency
  5. You study subjects that you like, which is business related
  6. Your coursework and exams are marked by Malaysians who understand what you write or express
  7. You will be exposed to different types of business subjects which would help you to decide which major to choose in the degree.
  8. Faster to enter the degree programme compared to taking the STPM or A-Levels
  9. If you do not plan to go overseas, there is no reason to take an external Pre-U programme which is tougher and more expensive.
  10. When you score well in the Foundation in Business, you can apply for scholarships for the degree programme at the same university.

Why Study Foundation in Business at a Top Private University in Malaysia

Foundation in Business is a structured and straightforward path to a degree in Business at private universities in Malaysia. Here are

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some of the reasons why you should take a Foundation in Business at a top private university in Malaysia.

By taking a Foundation in Business, you will be exposed to various Business topics, such as Accounting, Management, Economics and Marketing. This is advantageous as it will help give you an idea of what to study for your degree if you are still unsure.

Top private universities in Malaysia would ensure a quality in their Foundation programmes so that students would be well prepared for their degree courses. Do not choose the Foundation in Business because it is the cheapest. It may not prepare you well to handle the degree programme.

The environment in top private universities is one that’s vibrant, multi-cultural and English-speaking. These are necessary components for a successful career in the competitive work place.

Top universities offering the Foundation in Business in Malaysia are Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, Asia Pacific University, Curtin University Sarawak and First City University College.

Entry Requirements into a Foundation in Business in Malaysia

Entry requirements into the Foundation in Business at most private universities in Malaysia are

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Top students from all over Malaysi choose to study at the 300-acre top ranking Curtin University Sarawak

  • An overall credit pass in at least 5 subjects at SPM level and a minimum of a pass in Bahasa Malaysia and Sejarah (History); or
  • 5 grade C passes at ‘O’ Level / GCSE
  • Students intending to pursue a degree in Finance or Actuarial Science must have a credit in Maths.

Entry requirements into top ranked universities like Heriot-Watt University Malaysia are higher

  • Minimum 4 Bs and a C in SPM or O-Levels including a B in English and Mathematics or other equivalent global qualifications.
  • Actuarial Science route requires minimum 4 Bs and a C in SPM or O-Levels including a B in English and Mathematics together with a C in Additional Mathematics or other equivalent global qualifications.

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Best University in Malaysia for Marketing UK Dual Award Degree at Taylor’s University


Top University for Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing Course in Malaysia at Taylor’s University

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Marketing professionals are one of the most highly sought after for jobs in Malaysia and they are highly paid as well. To succeed in the competitive work of marketing, professionals must have the necessary knowledge and skills. Therefore, it is important to choose the best university in Malaysia to study marketing.

Students after SPM or O-Levels with at least 5 credits including the relevant subjects may enter Taylor’s University Foundation in Business  for 1 year before continuing on to the Marketing degree. Pre-University graduates in Malaysia from programmes such as UEC, STPM, A-Levels, SAM, CPU, AUSMAT and others may enter directly into the 3-year Business Administration degree providing they meet the minimum entry requirements.

Since it’s inception in 1969, Taylor’s University has gained significant recognition as a leading private education institution in Malaysia. Students wanting a top rated business degree can go for the Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing UK Dual Award degree at Taylor’s University. Students will receive a degree from Taylor’s University as well as the top ranked University of the West of England, UK.

Officially upgraded to University in September 2010, Taylor’s is one of Malaysia’s top private universities. Over 70% of Taylors University’s graduates are employed within 2 months. In addition, the university has strong partnerships with 3,000+ career partners in Malaysia and globally. These are just some of the reasons that Taylor’s University is one of the best universities in Malaysia for you to study the degree in Marketing.

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Outstanding Marketing Degree Programme in Malaysia at Taylor’s University

The beautiful 27-acre Taylor's Lakeside Campus will provide all the right conditions for a vibrant exchange between academic, commercial, social and leisure activities for top students

The beautiful 27-acre Taylor’s Lakeside Campus will provide all the right conditions for a vibrant exchange between academic, commercial, social and leisure activities for top students

The Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing Programme at Taylor’s University is designed to equip students with the latest theories and practices in business marketing, including the ability to understand consumers’ needs, design products, conceive brand strategies, perform market research, pricing and placement strategies, as well as gain insight into the world of e-marketing and integrated communications.

Bachelor of Business in Marketing students at Taylor’s University will learn how to communicate information on products and services to the target market, develop viable plans of action to respond to growing demands and trends in different countries and cultures, as well as the ability to make strategic marketing decisions in complex situations.

UK Dual Award from the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, U.K.

Taylor’s Business School (TBS) offers dual award degree programmes in collaboration with the Bristol Business School, University of the West of England (UWE), UK. A quality review committee, comprising academics from both institutions, is established for quality assurance and the moderation of the standards of the programmes, which includes curriculum and assessment. Students will receive certification from both Taylor’s University and UWE upon completion of their degrees at Taylor’s.

3-Year Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing Programme at Taylor’s University

Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

From Theory to Application

  • Develop critical thinking, ideas and concepts to fit existing and new markets; analyse the market environment, make critical decisions and communicate marketing plans to stakeholders, through modules such as Market Analysis & Decision Making and Strategic Management.
  • Exposure to real-world situations through project based learning and simulations based on industry case studies.

Industry-relevant Curriculum

  • The Module Adoption Programme (MAP) links theory to practice by inviting industry specialists such as Nielsen to give lectures, share experiences, case studies and projects to enhance students’ learning.
  • Opportunity to embark on a fast-track employment programme (Exec Track Programme) with CIMA and KPMG.

Programme Structure for the Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing UK Dual Award Programme at Taylor’s University

YEAR 1 Subjects for the Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing Programme at Taylor’s University

Taylors Business School students swept up the first prize in the HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition 2014

Taylors Business School students swept up the first prize in the HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition 2014

Semester 1

  • • Business Communication
    • Introduction to Accounting
    • Introduction to Management
    • Microeconomics
    • Quantitative Methods for Business

Semester 2

  • • Introduction to Finance
    • Macroeconomics
    • Organisational Behavior
    • Principles of Marketing
    • MPU (U2)*
    • MPU (U3)*

YEAR 2 Subjects for the Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing Programme at Taylor’s University

Lecture Theatre at Taylor's University with a view of the lake

Lecture Theatre at Taylor’s University with a view of the lake

Semester 3

  • Brand Management
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Pricing
  • MPU (U1) – Module 1*
  • MPU (U1) – Module 2*
  • MPU (U4)*

Semester 4

  • Business to Business Marketing
  • Integrated Marketing Communications
  • International Marketing
  • Research Methods
  • Supply Chain Management

YEAR 3 Subjects for the Bachelor of Business (Hons) Marketing Programme at Taylor’s University

An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor's University

An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor’s University

Semester 5 (Short Semester)

  • Internship

Semester 6

  • Business Ethics & Values
  • Market Analysis & Decision Making
  • Services Marketing
  • Project

Semester 7

  • Contemporary Issues in Marketing
  • Interactive & Digital Marketing
  • Retail Marketing
  • Strategic Management
  • Elective

ELECTIVES

  • Cross Cultural Management
  • Doing Business in Asia
  • Entrepreneurship & Small Business
  • Organisational StudiesNOTE:
    * The Ministry of Education (MOE) requires all students to take Mata Pelajaran Umum (MPU) (i.e. General Studies) which is categorised under U1, U2, U3 and U4 within the duration of their studies. U1 modules are prescribed by MOE whereas U2, U3 and U4 modules are from a list of University Core Modules (UCM) prescribed as per the Programme Guide.

Award-Winning Business School at Taylor’s University

Taylors Business School students swept up the first prize in the HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition 2014

Taylors Business School students swept up the first prize in the HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition 2014

Taylor’s Business School students have continuously clinched awards in numerous local and international competitions, demonstrating their ability to apply classroom theories into practice, and excel in real-world scenarios. These competitions provide opportunities for Taylor’s students to test their knowledge and skills in competitive settings and benchmark their solutions against their peers. They also provide an avenue for students to network with peers, experts and industry leaders.

Taylor’s Business students have won the prestigious HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge 6 consecutive times as Champions and twice as Regional Champions.

  • 2015 National Champion, Unilever Future Leader’s League
  • 2014 International Champion L’Oreal Brandstorm
  • 2014 National Champion HSBC Business Case Challenge
  • 2014 2nd Runner-up L’Oreal Brandstorm
  • 2013 National Champion Deloitte Risk Intelligence Challenge Trophy
  • 2013 National Champion Innovative Youth, Future Business Leader Marketing Plan Competition
  • 2013 2nd Runner-up Pertandingan Kuiz Pelaburan PNB
  • 2013 2nd Runner-up Inter-Varsity Accounting Quiz
  • 2012 Regional and National Champions HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge
  • 2012 National Champion L’Oreal Brandstorm
  • 2012 2nd Runner-up CIMB ASEAN Youth Stock Challenge
  • 2011 Champion Inter-varsity Accounting Quiz
  • 2011 National Champion HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge
  • 2010 National Champion HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge
  • 2009 National Champion HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge
  • 2009 Champion CIMA Global Challenge
  • 2008 1st Runner-up – Best Presenter Asia Best Young Speaker of Business English Competition
  • 2006 National Champion HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge
  • 2005 Regional and National Champions HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge

Internship and Industry Immersion Programme

Taylor's University Student Success Centre

Taylor’s University Student Success Centre

A distinctive feature of our Bachelor of Business (Hons) curriculum is the internship and industry immersion programme at established organisations. The internship programme aims to provide you with a deeper cross-cultural appreciation of both business practices and research, whereas industry immersion programme is specially designed to provide you with a wealth of exposure with some of the prestigious companies in the corporate world, and receive exclusive training, insights and mentorship form industry veterans.

Taylor’s Business School

Leading the Way for Global Business

Taylor's University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

Taylor’s University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

Established in 1993, Taylor’s Business School has grown to become one of the largest and most dynamic business schools in Malaysia. We are the preferred business school for hundreds of students who want an internationally recognised business qualification.

Taylor’s Business School offer a teaching and learning experience that employs interactivity, progressive techniques and real world applications, to hone and perfect the skills of business-savvy leaders and captains of industry of the future.

The university prides itself in producing graduates that are highly employable upon graduation. Taylor’s University partnership with Australian, UK and New Zealand universities enable them to offer degree programmes that are up-to-date with market trends and contain industry-relevant content.

Through strong linkages and collaborations with industry leaders and professionals, the university is able to offer co-curricular programmes that help expose students to practical fieldwork, gain real world experience and enhance their marketability in the job arena.

A dedicated Career Centre assists students in finding job placement through career-related events and employment fairs. It also supports student in employment preparation.

The Taylor’s Business School believes in developing purposeful business leaders of the future through holistic and value-based education.

Why Study Business at Taylor’s University in Malaysia

  1. Purposeful Leaders
Library at Taylor's University

Library at Taylor’s University

Taylor’s University groom business graduates who possess a strong entrepreneurial mindset and a heart for social responsibility. Our holistic approach to education inspires a ‘big picture’ view of business and the ability to improve the quality of life of the community at large.

  1. Real-World Experience
    Taylor’s University educational journey incorporates carefully structured real-world practices and industry relevant experiences as part of our comprehensive curriculum. The university creates an environment that encourages student engagement through contemporary and innovative learning approaches that reinforce our students’ understanding of business theories and prepares them for their future..
  2. Global Outlook
    Taylor’s University students are instilled with a global mindset as well as a sound understanding of national and international business practices. This enables them to understand how changes in the international business climate impact their immediate business community.
  3. Increased Employability
    Taylor’s Business School has forged strategic alliances with industry leaders in order to put in place mutually beneficial partnerships and bridge the gap between academia and industry. Our programmes are therefore highly relevant and provide our students with the latest insight into the trends and issues affecting current business practices.

PURPOSEFUL LEADERS

Passionate Business Leaders of the Future

Lecture Theatre at Taylor's University with a view of the lake

Lecture Theatre at Taylor’s University with a view of the lake

Entrepreneurship has become a crucial factor in the development and well-being of societies. It has been proven to increase innovation as well as promote productivity and healthy economic competition.

The School takes pride in grooming business graduates who can create social value through their business activities, looking beyond profit margins and emphasing on the value of contributing to the community. We cultivate purposeful business leaders who possess a different mindset and understanding of business.

We believe that purposeful leaders should have a holistic view of the company and see beyond the organisational divisions and hierarchy. Transformation can only take place when students are able to see the ‘big picture’ view of the organisation and business landscape as a whole.

As such, we provide many opportunities for students to be immersed in situations where they are challenged to see from an owner’s perspective and subsequently make decisions from an owner’s stand point. These experiences shape our graduates to see their role as part of the organisation and business community, as well as influence their desire to make a difference.

Fresh Mart – Students purchase fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers from the farms of Cameron Highlands and sell them on campus. The profits are then donated back to the local farmers. Students are thus able to help the local farming community, and gain exposure to business enterprise through real business experiences.

Social Entrepreneurship

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University students are encouraged to use their business acumen to address social issues and develop business solutions to improve the quality of life of affected communities. Despite being challenged with limited budget and resources, they are required to develop creative and cost-effective proposals to achieve their business goals. This enhances their practical experience in running a business, enabling them to apply their classroom knowledge as well as improve ethical, interpersonal, communication, leadership and problem-solving skills during the project.

National Business and Entrepreneurship Competitions
Taylor’s University students have consistently been involved in real-life business presentations and pitches, where they have gone on to clinch numerous awards and gain national and international recognition.

These opportunities put their knowledge and skills to the test, and add to the repository of experiences that prepare them for business. Active participation in these events also enables students to benchmark their solutions and knowledge against their peers, while managing the challenges that come with actual business scenarios.

  • HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge
  • Business Prototype Showcase
  • Tokio Marine Marketing Challenge
  • CIMB ASEAN Stock Challenge
  • CIMA Global Business Challenge
  • Taylor’s Business Plan Challenge
  • Deloitte Risk Intelligence Challenge Trophy
  • CFA Institute Research Challenge
  • PNB Kuiz Pelaburan
  • Innovative Youth, Future Business Leader
  • L’Oreal Brandstorm Competition

Service Learning

Technologically advanced classrooms at Taylor's University

Technologically advanced classrooms at Taylor’s University

Service learning is incorporated as a core initiative in our business education, through community-based projects to enhance our students’ sense of civic responsibility. These projects are designed to enable students to achieve specific learning outcomes while gaining a rich mastery of the business modules offered at the School.

The Programme for After Class Enrichment (PACE)
This programme, in collaboration with the Edge Education Foundation and EY (Ernst & Young), assists youth to perform better in their studies. TBS students contribute their individual efforts in order to make improvements in another person’s life, through academic support and mentoring in the form of tuition classes.

Do Something Good (DSG) and Social Enterprise Alliance Malaysia (SEA)
The strategic partnership between DSG and SEA creates a platform for TBS students to be actively involved in projects based on social entrepreneurship and volunteerism. Graduates are nurtured to become more compassionate citizens by understanding the essentials of social service learning.

REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE

From Classroom Theories to Real-Life Practice

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

At TBS, experience is at the heart of the learning process. Our carefully-tailored approach combines a strong foundation of theories, as well as avenues to apply these theories into practical settings, to maximise learning.

In order to achieve this, we employ a variety of teaching and learning strategies, where students are exposed to real-life scenarios and industry-relevant experiences that enhance student engagement, both inside and outside the classroom.

Taylor’s University Business faculty is committed to providing students with a challenging and rewarding educational experience, where they are motivated and challenged to hone their skills further through practice. This naturally transitions to the experimentation phase, resulting in a more engaging approach to learning across-the-board.

Throughout their course of study, students are encouraged to experiment and express ideas and techniques in their pursuit of gaining deeper insights into their chosen field of study.

Blended Learning

X-Space Classroom at Taylor's University - Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

X-Space Classroom at Taylor’s University – Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

Universities around the world are addressing the challenges of making teaching and learning more accessible and more flexible. The push towards greater flexibility of learning, supported by existing and emerging technologies, is substantially being driven by students who seek to engage in learning whenever and wherever they choose.

TBS leverages on the opportunities provided by technological advances to support learners. At TBS, there is a strategic and systematic approach to combining different times and modes of learning, integrating the best aspects of face-to-face and online interactions.

We refer to this as the Blended Learning approach, and it includes:

  • Face-to-face and online learning activities and formats
  • Well-established technologies such as lecture capture, social media and emerging technologies simulations
  • 24/7 access to all learning content
  • Ability to gauge students’ progress against learning outcomes, receive supporting feedback and information on students’ progress
  • Usage of collaborative digital communication platforms such as WordPress, Google Drive, Twitter and Facebook
  • X-Space Smart Classroom
  • Part of Taylor’s Collaborative Classroom of the future and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement, X-Space is the future of classrooms at Taylor’s University. These classrooms utilise technology to facilitate collaborative learning to create an engaging and diverse learning experience.

The technology used in these collaborative classrooms enhances creative and critical thinking skills in students, as well as promotes student engagement, and ultimately increases their understanding of the subject matter.

Industry-standard Software

Taylor's University Student Success Centre

Taylor’s University Student Success Centre

To keep abreast with the latest industry advancements, Taylor’s University implements MyAccounting Lab, a web-based tutorial and assessment software for accounting. More than accounting concepts, it teaches students how to learn by motivating them to persevere through difficult concepts and providing immediate feedback to measure their progress.

Students are thus empowered and better prepared to face their professional careers armed with the skills of problem-solving and communication, as well as a sense of confidence in their abilities as lifelong learners. This thorough understanding enables our students to integrate seamlessly into the industry upon graduation.

Student e-Portfolio

Computer lab at Taylor's University

Computer lab at Taylor’s University

Electronic portfolios or e-Portfolios, is utilised to support students, faculty and staff in the process of creating a dynamic and engaging tool for teaching, learning, reflection, transformation and assessment.

The e-Portfolio allows students to keep a collection of digital or electronic items, such as word documents, graphs, photos, and presentations, within a single secure online environment. This way, it serves as a digital record of the students’ achievements, abilities and classroom work throughout the course.

We incorporate the e-Portfolio into our curriculum, so students can monitor, build and reflect on their personal development. The TBS e-Portfolio is much more than just an electronic repository. It allows students to take charge of their learning and goals, their achievements at university and beyond. Our e-Portfolio serves as a powerful catalyst for integrated learning and holistic development of students, as well as a tool for personal branding and professional development.

Industry Visits for Taylor’s Business Students
Taylor’s University students have the opportunity to visit companies and gain first-hand insight into the real world of business. Students are also given a platform to communicate and network with professional organisations, with the opportunity to interview and discuss with its employees to obtain a more realistic picture of the industry.

Module Adoption Programme
The Module Adoption Programme (MAP) is one of the approaches through which the School engages with the industry. This interactive platform facilitates the creation and exchange of new ideas as well as monitoring of the latest developments and trends in the industry.

This approach enables the School to work closely with the specialists of local and multinational companies to ensure that our curriculum is relevant and in-line with the latest requirements and demands of the industry.

Some of the local and multinationals who have worked closely with the School such as CIMA, ACCA, CPA Australia, Shiseido, Skali, Redmarch, EY (Ernst & Young), CIMB Group, Nielsen, KPMG, Deloitte and PwC.

GLOBAL OUTLOOK

Expanding the Boundaries of Learning

Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

In a globally-connected world, graduates must appreciate and understand how changes in the international business climate affect the national business community.

Taylor’s University students are constantly exposed to case studies, which focus strongly on global industry issues such as international trade agreements, foreign exchange and national sentiments towards a company’s profitability. It is this increased awareness of global issues that inculcate a big picture view, and facilitate our graduates to quickly identify and respond to business risks and opportunities.

International Field Trips for Taylor’s Business Students
Field trips provide the opportunity for students to understand and get exposed to international business practices in a different cultural setting whilst exchanging views, experience, and network with students of foreign universities and communities. This annual activity serves as an eye-opening experience on the complexities and diversity of global business practices.

International University Exposure for Taylor’s Business Students
Students are given the opportunity to network and build relationships with peers and faculty members from universities around the world through different educational settings. These environments challenge them to apply their knowledge, obtain feedback from academics and experts, demonstrate teamwork, boost their confidence and sharpen their business presentation skills.

Keynote Speakers Series, Forums, Workshops and Conferences
These platforms link Taylor’s University students with industry leaders, through insightful talks and lectures. Business students are given the opportunity to gain insights on global developments and issues that may impact their future practices.

INCREASED EMPLOYABILLITY

Highly Coveted Business Graduates

Grand Hall at Taylor's University

Grand Hall at Taylor’s University

In our continuous pursuit to bridge the gap between academia and industry, TBS has forged strategic alliances and put in place mutually-beneficial partnerships with industry leaders, in order to further hone and enhance our students’ employability.

The dynamic knowledge exchange that takes place at the School enables our students to adapt to the rapidly-changing landscape and gain insight on current developments and issues affecting businesses. We also enhance and sharpen our students’ soft skills and professionalism through various activities built around the curriculum.

These collaborations with industry mentors and leaders are key factors in ensuring that our programmes remain relevant and our students graduate with the knowledge and capabilities that are highly sought-after by employers.

EXEC Track

Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities

Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities

The EXEC Track programme is an intensive fast track programme to nurture capable business leaders through a strategic partnership between Taylor’s University, KPMG Malaysia and CIMA.

Through this programme, a select cohort of students are offered an exclusive opportunity to gain exceptional business knowledge, priceless industry exposure as well as mentorship, training and development of skills to excel in their future careers.

Open to all bachelor students at TBS, students undergo the CIMA Professional Qualification in Management Accounting while pursuing their degrees. In this way, our students are able to obtain the professional qualifications of becoming a highly sought-after Chartered Global Management Accountant upon graduation.

Upon completion of their studies at Taylor’s Business School, graduates will have the opportunity to work at KPMG Malaysia. They will be required to work on real projects under the guidance of professionals, instilling in them valuable industry exposure and real-world knowledge.

Industry Advisory Panel (IAP)

Library at Taylor's University

Library at Taylor’s University

The IAP works closely with TBS to ensure that the programmes offered are relevant to current industry practices and requirements. Seminars that feature expert speakers are organised by the panel to help impart insights and industry trends to students. The IAP also assists in providing students with the opportunity for internships, with the support of the Taylor’s Career Services Centre.
Recognised Professional Accreditation

In our effort to benchmark our standards against the industry’s best practices, the School has put in place comprehensive programmes that have gained the recognition of several local and international accreditation boards. Taylor’s University Business programmes meet the rigorous standards of these professional accreditation boards, due to stringent entry requirements, comprehensive curriculum, students’ work and achievements as well as highly-qualified teaching faculty.

The industry-wide recognition attached to these accreditations greatly enhances our students’ career opportunities. They also ease the pathway for our students to pursue a professional qualification or further their studies, upon graduation.

  • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
  • Certified Practising Accountants Australia (CPA Australia)
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
  • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
  • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
  • Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (CTIM)
  • Financial Planning Association Malaysia (FPAM)
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA)
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)
  • Malaysia Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA)
  • Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA)
  • The Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA)

Achievements of the Students from Taylor’s Business School

Our list of successes to date speaks for themselves in terms of the exceptional and well-rounded programmes offered here at Taylor’s Business School. Courses are customised for optimal growth while simultaneously preparing students for the corporate world and a lifetime pursuit of excellence.

2015- Kentrade Trading Challenge II
National Champion

2015 – Unilever Future Leader’s League
National Champion

2014 – L’Oreal Brandstorm
International Champion

2014 – HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition
National Champion

2011 – Inter-varsity Accounting Quiz
Champions

2010/2011 – HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
National Champions

2009/2010 – HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
National Champions

2009 – CIMA Global Challenge
Champions

2008 – Asia Best Young Speaker of Business English Competition
Best Presenter – 1st Runner Up

2008 –University Technology of Sydney (UTS)
Top Student Award

2006/2007– HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
National Champions

2005/2006 – HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
Regional & National Champions

State-of-the-Art Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake; striking a balance between form and function to embody Taylor’s University’s modern approach and perspective in premium education with an approach to holistic growth outside the classroom.

Surrounding the serene lake are buildings that house the academic wings and the commercial annexe that comprise of wide and spacious corridors, pleasing and rich landscapes and all in all, a sustainable and conducive environment for education. Besides, being visually comforting and naturally soothing, the overall design also enhances the air quality, both indoor and outdoor.

Taylor’s provides the necessary conducive environment for learning and development, to complement our quality academic programmes. Our campuses provide students with a comprehensive list of features and facilities to cater to our students’ learning needs and comfort during their years at Taylors University.

Service Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

  • Career Services Centre
  • Computer Labs
  • Counselling and Psychological Services Centre
  • Experimental Theatre
  • Lecture Theatres
  • Library
  • Sick Bay
  • Sports and Recreation Centre
  • Student Life Centre
  • The Grand Hall
  • U-Residence
  • UniGym

Service Facilities:

Career Services Centre
This centre provides students with reference materials and information about occupations, corporations and career opportunities.


Computer Labs
For computer practical classes. Each lab has an average of 33 computers.


Library
1300-seater 4-storey library to suit students’ individual learning styles. The library is equipped with 24/7 study areas, discussion rooms, multimedia rooms, theatrette, computers, printing & photocopying facilities.


Sick Bay


U-Residence
Residence for students living on campus.


Sports and Recreation Centre
Multi-purpose courts (Futsal, netball, volleyball, basketball, cricket nets, tennis, dodgeball)


Student Life Centre
The Student Life Centre is a purpose driven centre devoted to provide a platform for Student Leaders and the student communities as a whole to engage in creative thinking, brainstorming of new ideas and implement the execution of these ideas.

The Centre features Discussion Hubs, a meeting room, independent study area and a Mini Events Zone. It is also where the TU Student Council office, Community Service Initiatives Volunteers office and International Student Services Centre are located.


The Grand Hall
1000-seater hall designed for campus events and activities such as convocations, examinations, exhibitions and gala dinners; as well as sports activities.


Lecture Theatres
Lectures and events are conducted in the hall which can seat up to 300 people.


Experimental Theatre
Suitable for stage performances (dramas and plays) and can be used for practice sessions. Equipped with stage, hi-tech acoustics and lighting systems. Seats surround the stage, providing a 360 degree view of performance.


UniGym


Counseling and Psychological Services Centre
A centre for students, staff and parents to receive counselling on various emotion related issues.

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

  • On Campus (U Residence @ Lakeside Campus)
    • Located in Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus
    • This 6-storey building has 890 beds, 126 apartment units and 116 en-suites, all tastefully furnished
    • 24-hour multi-level security
    • Resident housemaster
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services
    • Recreational areas
    • Learning spaces
    • Shuttle bus services
  • Off-Campus (Various Locations)
    • Units are located within the vicinity of the campuses
    • 24-hour security
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services

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Best International Business UK Dual Award Degree Course in Malaysia at Taylor’s University


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Since it’s inception in 1969, Taylor’s University has gained significant recognition as a leading private education institution in Malaysia. Students wanting a top rated business degree can go for the Bachelor of Business (Hons) International Business UK Dual Award degree at Taylor’s University. Students will receive a degree from Taylor’s University as well as the top ranked University of the West of England, UK.

Students after SPM or O-Levels with at least 5 credits including the relevant subjects may enter Taylor’s University Foundation in Business  for 1 year before continuing on to the International Business degree. Pre-University graduates in Malaysia from programmes such as UEC, STPM, A-Levels, SAM, CPU, AUSMAT and others may enter directly into the 3-year Business Administration degree providing they meet the minimum entry requirements.

Officially upgraded to University in September 2010, Taylor’s is one of Malaysia’s top private universities. Over 70% of Taylors University’s graduates are employed within 2 months. In addition, the university has strong partnerships with 3,000+ career partners in Malaysia and globally. These are just some of the reasons that Taylor’s University is one of the best universities in Malaysia for you to study the degree in Human Resource Management.

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Outstanding International Business Degree Programme in Malaysia at Taylor’s University

Taylors Business School students swept up the first prize in the HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition 2014

Taylors Business School students swept up the first prize in the HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition 2014

The International Business degree programme at Taylor’s University is designed to equip students with essential knowledge and skills to conduct businesses in different environments, by exploring the dynamic interplay between organisations and business systems with culture, ethnicity, world trade and financial markets.

Taylor’s University international Business degree students will gain insight into the latest management concepts and business strategies in domestic and international contexts. Students will be groomed for a successful global career in a complex and ever changing business world.

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3-Year Bachelor of Business (Hons) International Business Programme at Taylor’s University

International Exposure for the International Business Students at Taylor’s University

An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor's University

An intellectually stimulating environment at Taylor’s University

Participation in international field trips and industry visits to understand international business practices.
Opportunity to interact with students from abroad and work with an international team via cross-cultural projects.

Industry-relevant Curriculum for the International Business Degree at Taylor’s University

  • The Module Adoption Programme (MAP) links theory to practice by inviting industry specialists such as KPMG and CIMB Group to give lectures, share experiences, case studies and projects to enhance students’ learning.
  • Opportunity to embark on a fast-track employment programme (Exec Track Programme) with CIMA and KPMG.

Programme Structure for the Bachelor of Business (Hons) International Business Programme at Taylor’s University

Established in 1993, Taylor's Business School has grown to become one of the largest and most dynamic business schools in Malaysia

Established in 1993, Taylor’s Business School has grown to become one of the largest and most dynamic business schools in Malaysia

YEAR 1 Subjects for the International Business Degree UK Dual Award at Taylor’s University

Semester 1

  • Business Communication
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Introduction to Management
  • Microeconomics
  • Quantitative Methods for Business

Semester 2

  • Introduction to Finance
  • Macroeconomics
  • Organisational Behavior
  • Principles of Marketing
  • MPU (U2)*
  • MPU (U3)*

YEAR 2 Subjects for the International Business Degree UK Dual Award at Taylor’s University

Taylor's Business School produces some of the most successful graduates in Malaysia

Taylor’s Business School produces some of the most successful graduates in Malaysia

Semester 3

  • Human Resource Management
  • Introduction to International Business
  • Management Accounting
  • MPU (U1) – Module 1*
  • MPU (U1) – Module 2*
  • MPU (U4)*

Semester 4

  • Business Law
  • Export Practices & Management
  • Intercultural Communication for Business
  • Research Methods
  • Supply Chain Management

YEAR 3 Subjects for the International Business Degree UK Dual Award at Taylor’s University

Taylor's University Students Create History as First Malaysian Team to be Named L'Oréal Brandstorm 2014 International Finals Champions.jpg

Taylor’s University Students Create History as First Malaysian Team to be Named L’Oréal Brandstorm 2014 International Finals Champions.jpg

Semester 5 (Short Semester)

  • Internship

Semester 6

  • Business Ethics & Values
  • Organisational Studies
  • Transnational Management
  • Project

Semester 7

  • Cross Cultural Management
  • International Business Issues & Policies
  • Strategic Management
  • Elective I
  • Elective II

ELECTIVES

Lecture Theatre with a view of the Lake at Taylor's University

Lecture Theatre with a view of the Lake at Taylor’s University

  • Doing Business in Asia
  • International Economic Theory & Policy
  • International Finance
  • International Human Resource Management
  • International Marketing
  • International Trade & Multinational Business

Islamic Finance

NOTE:
* The Ministry of Education (MOE) requires all students to take Mata Pelajaran Umum (MPU) (i.e. General Studies) which is categorised under U1, U2, U3 and U4 within the duration of their studies. U1 modules are prescribed by MOE whereas U2, U3 and U4 modules are from a list of University Core Modules (UCM) prescribed as per the Programme Guide.

Well-equipped library at Taylor's University

Well-equipped library at Taylor’s University

CAREER OPTIONS

  • Business Consultant
  • Distribution & Logistics / Inventory Planning
  • Foreign Trade Consultant
  • Import & Export Manager
  • International Trader
  • International Shipping Specialist
  • Operations Manager

Internship and Industry Immersion Programme at Taylor’s University

Taylor's University Student Success Centre

Taylor’s University Student Success Centre

A distinctive feature of our Bachelor of Business (Hons) curriculum is the internship and industry immersion programme at established organisations. The internship programme aims to provide you with a deeper cross-cultural appreciation of both business practices and research, whereas industry immersion programme is specially designed to provide you with a wealth of exposure with some of the prestigious companies in the corporate world, and receive exclusive training, insights and mentorship form industry veterans.

Taylor’s Business School

Leading the Way for Global Business

Taylor's University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

Taylor’s University is an award-winning top private university in Malaysia

Established in 1993, Taylor’s Business School has grown to become one of the largest and most dynamic business schools in Malaysia. We are the preferred business school for hundreds of students who want an internationally recognised business qualification.

Taylor’s Business School offer a teaching and learning experience that employs interactivity, progressive techniques and real world applications, to hone and perfect the skills of business-savvy leaders and captains of industry of the future.

The university prides itself in producing graduates that are highly employable upon graduation. Taylor’s University partnership with Australian, UK and New Zealand universities enable them to offer degree programmes that are up-to-date with market trends and contain industry-relevant content.

Through strong linkages and collaborations with industry leaders and professionals, the university is able to offer co-curricular programmes that help expose students to practical fieldwork, gain real world experience and enhance their marketability in the job arena.

A dedicated Career Centre assists students in finding job placement through career-related events and employment fairs. It also supports student in employment preparation.

The Taylor’s Business School believes in developing purposeful business leaders of the future through holistic and value-based education.

Why Study Business at Taylor’s University in Malaysia

  1. Purposeful Leaders
Library at Taylor's University

Library at Taylor’s University

Taylor’s University groom business graduates who possess a strong entrepreneurial mindset and a heart for social responsibility. Our holistic approach to education inspires a ‘big picture’ view of business and the ability to improve the quality of life of the community at large.

  1. Real-World Experience
    Taylor’s University educational journey incorporates carefully structured real-world practices and industry relevant experiences as part of our comprehensive curriculum. The university creates an environment that encourages student engagement through contemporary and innovative learning approaches that reinforce our students’ understanding of business theories and prepares them for their future..
  2. Global Outlook
    Taylor’s University students are instilled with a global mindset as well as a sound understanding of national and international business practices. This enables them to understand how changes in the international business climate impact their immediate business community.
  3. Increased Employability
    Taylor’s Business School has forged strategic alliances with industry leaders in order to put in place mutually beneficial partnerships and bridge the gap between academia and industry. Our programmes are therefore highly relevant and provide our students with the latest insight into the trends and issues affecting current business practices.

PURPOSEFUL LEADERS

Passionate Business Leaders of the Future

Lecture Theatre at Taylor's University with a view of the lake

Lecture Theatre at Taylor’s University with a view of the lake

Entrepreneurship has become a crucial factor in the development and well-being of societies. It has been proven to increase innovation as well as promote productivity and healthy economic competition.

The School takes pride in grooming business graduates who can create social value through their business activities, looking beyond profit margins and emphasing on the value of contributing to the community. We cultivate purposeful business leaders who possess a different mindset and understanding of business.

We believe that purposeful leaders should have a holistic view of the company and see beyond the organisational divisions and hierarchy. Transformation can only take place when students are able to see the ‘big picture’ view of the organisation and business landscape as a whole.

As such, we provide many opportunities for students to be immersed in situations where they are challenged to see from an owner’s perspective and subsequently make decisions from an owner’s stand point. These experiences shape our graduates to see their role as part of the organisation and business community, as well as influence their desire to make a difference.

Fresh Mart – Students purchase fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers from the farms of Cameron Highlands and sell them on campus. The profits are then donated back to the local farmers. Students are thus able to help the local farming community, and gain exposure to business enterprise through real business experiences.

Social Entrepreneurship

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University students are encouraged to use their business acumen to address social issues and develop business solutions to improve the quality of life of affected communities. Despite being challenged with limited budget and resources, they are required to develop creative and cost-effective proposals to achieve their business goals. This enhances their practical experience in running a business, enabling them to apply their classroom knowledge as well as improve ethical, interpersonal, communication, leadership and problem-solving skills during the project.

National Business and Entrepreneurship Competitions
Taylor’s University students have consistently been involved in real-life business presentations and pitches, where they have gone on to clinch numerous awards and gain national and international recognition.

These opportunities put their knowledge and skills to the test, and add to the repository of experiences that prepare them for business. Active participation in these events also enables students to benchmark their solutions and knowledge against their peers, while managing the challenges that come with actual business scenarios.

  • HSBC Young Entrepreneur Challenge
  • Business Prototype Showcase
  • Tokio Marine Marketing Challenge
  • CIMB ASEAN Stock Challenge
  • CIMA Global Business Challenge
  • Taylor’s Business Plan Challenge
  • Deloitte Risk Intelligence Challenge Trophy
  • CFA Institute Research Challenge
  • PNB Kuiz Pelaburan
  • Innovative Youth, Future Business Leader
  • L’Oreal Brandstorm Competition

Service Learning

Technologically advanced classrooms at Taylor's University

Technologically advanced classrooms at Taylor’s University

Service learning is incorporated as a core initiative in our business education, through community-based projects to enhance our students’ sense of civic responsibility. These projects are designed to enable students to achieve specific learning outcomes while gaining a rich mastery of the business modules offered at the School.

The Programme for After Class Enrichment (PACE)
This programme, in collaboration with the Edge Education Foundation and EY (Ernst & Young), assists youth to perform better in their studies. TBS students contribute their individual efforts in order to make improvements in another person’s life, through academic support and mentoring in the form of tuition classes.

Do Something Good (DSG) and Social Enterprise Alliance Malaysia (SEA)
The strategic partnership between DSG and SEA creates a platform for TBS students to be actively involved in projects based on social entrepreneurship and volunteerism. Graduates are nurtured to become more compassionate citizens by understanding the essentials of social service learning.

REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE

From Classroom Theories to Real-Life Practice

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

At TBS, experience is at the heart of the learning process. Our carefully-tailored approach combines a strong foundation of theories, as well as avenues to apply these theories into practical settings, to maximise learning.

In order to achieve this, we employ a variety of teaching and learning strategies, where students are exposed to real-life scenarios and industry-relevant experiences that enhance student engagement, both inside and outside the classroom.

Taylor’s University Business faculty is committed to providing students with a challenging and rewarding educational experience, where they are motivated and challenged to hone their skills further through practice. This naturally transitions to the experimentation phase, resulting in a more engaging approach to learning across-the-board.

Throughout their course of study, students are encouraged to experiment and express ideas and techniques in their pursuit of gaining deeper insights into their chosen field of study.

Blended Learning

X-Space Classroom at Taylor's University - Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

X-Space Classroom at Taylor’s University – Promoting Learning Collaboratively, From the Lecturer, Peers and the World

Universities around the world are addressing the challenges of making teaching and learning more accessible and more flexible. The push towards greater flexibility of learning, supported by existing and emerging technologies, is substantially being driven by students who seek to engage in learning whenever and wherever they choose.

TBS leverages on the opportunities provided by technological advances to support learners. At TBS, there is a strategic and systematic approach to combining different times and modes of learning, integrating the best aspects of face-to-face and online interactions.

We refer to this as the Blended Learning approach, and it includes:

  • Face-to-face and online learning activities and formats
  • Well-established technologies such as lecture capture, social media and emerging technologies simulations
  • 24/7 access to all learning content
  • Ability to gauge students’ progress against learning outcomes, receive supporting feedback and information on students’ progress
  • Usage of collaborative digital communication platforms such as WordPress, Google Drive, Twitter and Facebook
  • X-Space Smart Classroom
  • Part of Taylor’s Collaborative Classroom of the future and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement, X-Space is the future of classrooms at Taylor’s University. These classrooms utilise technology to facilitate collaborative learning to create an engaging and diverse learning experience.

The technology used in these collaborative classrooms enhances creative and critical thinking skills in students, as well as promotes student engagement, and ultimately increases their understanding of the subject matter.

Industry-standard Software

Taylor's University Student Success Centre

Taylor’s University Student Success Centre

To keep abreast with the latest industry advancements, Taylor’s University implements MyAccounting Lab, a web-based tutorial and assessment software for accounting. More than accounting concepts, it teaches students how to learn by motivating them to persevere through difficult concepts and providing immediate feedback to measure their progress.

Students are thus empowered and better prepared to face their professional careers armed with the skills of problem-solving and communication, as well as a sense of confidence in their abilities as lifelong learners. This thorough understanding enables our students to integrate seamlessly into the industry upon graduation.

Student e-Portfolio

Computer lab at Taylor's University

Computer lab at Taylor’s University

Electronic portfolios or e-Portfolios, is utilised to support students, faculty and staff in the process of creating a dynamic and engaging tool for teaching, learning, reflection, transformation and assessment.

The e-Portfolio allows students to keep a collection of digital or electronic items, such as word documents, graphs, photos, and presentations, within a single secure online environment. This way, it serves as a digital record of the students’ achievements, abilities and classroom work throughout the course.

We incorporate the e-Portfolio into our curriculum, so students can monitor, build and reflect on their personal development. The TBS e-Portfolio is much more than just an electronic repository. It allows students to take charge of their learning and goals, their achievements at university and beyond. Our e-Portfolio serves as a powerful catalyst for integrated learning and holistic development of students, as well as a tool for personal branding and professional development.

Industry Visits for Taylor’s Business Students
Taylor’s University students have the opportunity to visit companies and gain first-hand insight into the real world of business. Students are also given a platform to communicate and network with professional organisations, with the opportunity to interview and discuss with its employees to obtain a more realistic picture of the industry.

Module Adoption Programme
The Module Adoption Programme (MAP) is one of the approaches through which the School engages with the industry. This interactive platform facilitates the creation and exchange of new ideas as well as monitoring of the latest developments and trends in the industry.

This approach enables the School to work closely with the specialists of local and multinational companies to ensure that our curriculum is relevant and in-line with the latest requirements and demands of the industry.

Some of the local and multinationals who have worked closely with the School such as CIMA, ACCA, CPA Australia, Shiseido, Skali, Redmarch, EY (Ernst & Young), CIMB Group, Nielsen, KPMG, Deloitte and PwC.

GLOBAL OUTLOOK

Expanding the Boundaries of Learning

Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities on campus

In a globally-connected world, graduates must appreciate and understand how changes in the international business climate affect the national business community.

Taylor’s University students are constantly exposed to case studies, which focus strongly on global industry issues such as international trade agreements, foreign exchange and national sentiments towards a company’s profitability. It is this increased awareness of global issues that inculcate a big picture view, and facilitate our graduates to quickly identify and respond to business risks and opportunities.

International Field Trips for Taylor’s Business Students
Field trips provide the opportunity for students to understand and get exposed to international business practices in a different cultural setting whilst exchanging views, experience, and network with students of foreign universities and communities. This annual activity serves as an eye-opening experience on the complexities and diversity of global business practices.

International University Exposure for Taylor’s Business Students
Students are given the opportunity to network and build relationships with peers and faculty members from universities around the world through different educational settings. These environments challenge them to apply their knowledge, obtain feedback from academics and experts, demonstrate teamwork, boost their confidence and sharpen their business presentation skills.

Keynote Speakers Series, Forums, Workshops and Conferences
These platforms link Taylor’s University students with industry leaders, through insightful talks and lectures. Business students are given the opportunity to gain insights on global developments and issues that may impact their future practices.

INCREASED EMPLOYABILLITY

Highly Coveted Business Graduates

Grand Hall at Taylor's University

Grand Hall at Taylor’s University

In our continuous pursuit to bridge the gap between academia and industry, TBS has forged strategic alliances and put in place mutually-beneficial partnerships with industry leaders, in order to further hone and enhance our students’ employability.

The dynamic knowledge exchange that takes place at the School enables our students to adapt to the rapidly-changing landscape and gain insight on current developments and issues affecting businesses. We also enhance and sharpen our students’ soft skills and professionalism through various activities built around the curriculum.

These collaborations with industry mentors and leaders are key factors in ensuring that our programmes remain relevant and our students graduate with the knowledge and capabilities that are highly sought-after by employers.

EXEC Track

Taylor's University students have access to excellent sports facilities

Taylor’s University students have access to excellent sports facilities

The EXEC Track programme is an intensive fast track programme to nurture capable business leaders through a strategic partnership between Taylor’s University, KPMG Malaysia and CIMA.

Through this programme, a select cohort of students are offered an exclusive opportunity to gain exceptional business knowledge, priceless industry exposure as well as mentorship, training and development of skills to excel in their future careers.

Open to all bachelor students at TBS, students undergo the CIMA Professional Qualification in Management Accounting while pursuing their degrees. In this way, our students are able to obtain the professional qualifications of becoming a highly sought-after Chartered Global Management Accountant upon graduation.

Upon completion of their studies at Taylor’s Business School, graduates will have the opportunity to work at KPMG Malaysia. They will be required to work on real projects under the guidance of professionals, instilling in them valuable industry exposure and real-world knowledge.

Industry Advisory Panel (IAP)

Library at Taylor's University

Library at Taylor’s University

The IAP works closely with TBS to ensure that the programmes offered are relevant to current industry practices and requirements. Seminars that feature expert speakers are organised by the panel to help impart insights and industry trends to students. The IAP also assists in providing students with the opportunity for internships, with the support of the Taylor’s Career Services Centre.
Recognised Professional Accreditation

In our effort to benchmark our standards against the industry’s best practices, the School has put in place comprehensive programmes that have gained the recognition of several local and international accreditation boards. Taylor’s University Business programmes meet the rigorous standards of these professional accreditation boards, due to stringent entry requirements, comprehensive curriculum, students’ work and achievements as well as highly-qualified teaching faculty.

The industry-wide recognition attached to these accreditations greatly enhances our students’ career opportunities. They also ease the pathway for our students to pursue a professional qualification or further their studies, upon graduation.

  • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
  • Certified Practising Accountants Australia (CPA Australia)
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
  • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
  • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
  • Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia (CTIM)
  • Financial Planning Association Malaysia (FPAM)
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA)
  • Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)
  • Malaysia Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA)
  • Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA)
  • The Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA)

Achievements of the Students from Taylor’s Business School

Our list of successes to date speaks for themselves in terms of the exceptional and well-rounded programmes offered here at Taylor’s Business School. Courses are customised for optimal growth while simultaneously preparing students for the corporate world and a lifetime pursuit of excellence.

2015- Kentrade Trading Challenge II
National Champion

2015 – Unilever Future Leader’s League
National Champion

2014 – L’Oreal Brandstorm
International Champion

2014 – HSBC Malaysia Business Case Competition
National Champion

2011 – Inter-varsity Accounting Quiz
Champions

2010/2011 – HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
National Champions

2009/2010 – HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
National Champions

2009 – CIMA Global Challenge
Champions

2008 – Asia Best Young Speaker of Business English Competition
Best Presenter – 1st Runner Up

2008 –University Technology of Sydney (UTS)
Top Student Award

2006/2007– HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
National Champions

2005/2006 – HSBC Young Entrepreneur Awards
Regional & National Champions

State-of-the-Art Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake; striking a balance between form and function to embody Taylor’s University’s modern approach and perspective in premium education with an approach to holistic growth outside the classroom.

Surrounding the serene lake are buildings that house the academic wings and the commercial annexe that comprise of wide and spacious corridors, pleasing and rich landscapes and all in all, a sustainable and conducive environment for education. Besides, being visually comforting and naturally soothing, the overall design also enhances the air quality, both indoor and outdoor.

Taylor’s provides the necessary conducive environment for learning and development, to complement our quality academic programmes. Our campuses provide students with a comprehensive list of features and facilities to cater to our students’ learning needs and comfort during their years at Taylors University.

Service Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

  • Career Services Centre
  • Computer Labs
  • Counselling and Psychological Services Centre
  • Experimental Theatre
  • Lecture Theatres
  • Library
  • Sick Bay
  • Sports and Recreation Centre
  • Student Life Centre
  • The Grand Hall
  • U-Residence
  • UniGym

Service Facilities:

Career Services Centre
This centre provides students with reference materials and information about occupations, corporations and career opportunities.


Computer Labs
For computer practical classes. Each lab has an average of 33 computers.


Library
1300-seater 4-storey library to suit students’ individual learning styles. The library is equipped with 24/7 study areas, discussion rooms, multimedia rooms, theatrette, computers, printing & photocopying facilities.


Sick Bay


U-Residence
Residence for students living on campus.


Sports and Recreation Centre
Multi-purpose courts (Futsal, netball, volleyball, basketball, cricket nets, tennis, dodgeball)


Student Life Centre
The Student Life Centre is a purpose driven centre devoted to provide a platform for Student Leaders and the student communities as a whole to engage in creative thinking, brainstorming of new ideas and implement the execution of these ideas.

The Centre features Discussion Hubs, a meeting room, independent study area and a Mini Events Zone. It is also where the TU Student Council office, Community Service Initiatives Volunteers office and International Student Services Centre are located.


The Grand Hall
1000-seater hall designed for campus events and activities such as convocations, examinations, exhibitions and gala dinners; as well as sports activities.


Lecture Theatres
Lectures and events are conducted in the hall which can seat up to 300 people.


Experimental Theatre
Suitable for stage performances (dramas and plays) and can be used for practice sessions. Equipped with stage, hi-tech acoustics and lighting systems. Seats surround the stage, providing a 360 degree view of performance.


UniGym


Counseling and Psychological Services Centre
A centre for students, staff and parents to receive counselling on various emotion related issues.

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

  • On Campus (U Residence @ Lakeside Campus)
    • Located in Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus
    • This 6-storey building has 890 beds, 126 apartment units and 116 en-suites, all tastefully furnished
    • 24-hour multi-level security
    • Resident housemaster
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services
    • Recreational areas
    • Learning spaces
    • Shuttle bus services
  • Off-Campus (Various Locations)
    • Units are located within the vicinity of the campuses
    • 24-hour security
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services

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Top Jobs in Demand in Malaysia in 2016 – Critical Occupations List (COL) by TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA)


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The Critical Occupations List (COL) identifies the jobs in Malaysia most in demand in key sectors of the economy, and for which industries may be facing shortages or difficulties in hiring. It is developed by the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee (CSC), which is jointly led by TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA).

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6 key sectors and their most sought-after occupations in Malaysia*

Malaysia must ensure a high-quality flow of talent supply to ensure a robust economy. This means maintaining a productive workforce and making sure there are no imbalances across the key sectors that drive the country’s economy.

To address this, the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee was established under the 11th Malaysia Plan to study skill mismatches in the labour market. As a result, the Pilot Critical Occupations List (COL) was published. The COL monitors and informs us about the most sought-after occupations by industry in Malaysia – here’s a look at the 42 jobs listed in the COL across six key sectors for 2015/2016:

Oil & Gas Sector

  • Geologists and Geophysicists
  • Industrial and Production Engineers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Related Professions
  • Engineering Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified
  • Accountants
  • Business Service Managers
  • Environmental and Occupational Health Inspectors and Associates
Electrical & Electronics Sector

  • Electrical Engineers
  • Electronic Engineers
  • Manufacturing Professionals
  • Policy and Planning Managers
  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Industrial and Production Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Engineering Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified
  • System Analysts
  • Software Developers
  • Applications Programmers
  • Electronics Engineering Technicians
  • Mechanical Engineering Technicians
  • Business Services Managers
Telco & Multimedia Sector

  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Services Managers
  • Database and Network Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified
  • Database Designers and Administrators
  • Business Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Financial Analysts
  • Management and Organisation Analysts
  • Systems Analysts
  • Applications Programmers
  • System Administrators
  • Computer Network Professionals
  • Telecommunications Engineers

 

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) & Global Business
Services (GBS) Sector

  • Software Developers
  • Applications Programmers
  • Accounting Associate Professionals
  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) User Support Technicians
  • Graphic and Multimedia Designers
  • Electronic Engineers
  • Personnel and Career Professionals
  • Computer Network Professionals
  • Software and Application Developers and Analysts Not Elsewhere Classified
  • System Administrators
  • Information and Communications Technology Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Manufacturing Professionals
  • Accountants
  • Financial Analysts
  • Systems Analysts
  • Administrative Managers
Financial Services Sector

  • Finance Managers
  • Business Services Managers (Includes Compliance Managers)
  • Accountants
  • Financial and Investment Advisers
  • Financial Analysts
  • Personnel and Career Professionals
  • Systems Analysts
  • Applications Programmers
  • Credit and Loans Officers
  • Lawyers
  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Securities and Finance Dealer and Brokers
  • Insurance Underwriters
  • Advertising and Marketing Professionals
  • Research and Development Managers
Accounting Sector

  • Finance Managers
  • Accountants
  • Financial Analysts

 

More about the COL and the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee

As part of efforts under the 11th Malaysia Plan to address skill mismatches in the labour market, the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee (CSC) was established, jointly led by TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA), MOHR. One of the CSC’s key initiatives is to construct a COL that will be evidence-based and reflects the most sought-after occupations by industry, which may also be hard-to-fill positions.

The pilot COL covers six key economic sectors:

  1. Electrical & Electronics
  2. Oil & Gas
  3. Information and Communication
  4. Technology & Global Business Services (ICT & GBS)
  5. Telecommunications & Multimedia
  6. Financial Services and Accounting.

6 key sectors and their most sought-after occupations*

Talentcorp Critical Occupations List addressing Malaysia's talent shortages-leaderonomics-com

Talentcorp Critical Occupations List addressing Malaysia’s talent shortages-leaderonomics-com

A quick guide to the Critical Occupations List (COL) by TalentCorp & the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA)

What is the Critical Occupations List?

The Critical Occupations List (COL) identifies the jobs most in demand in key sectors of the economy, and for which industries may be facing shortages or difficulties in hiring.

It is developed by the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee (CSC), which is jointly led by TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA). The input of the CSC would be used as part of the proposed Human Capital Council to be chaired by the Prime Minister to coordinate the Government’s human capital policies.

How was the Critical Occupations List (COL developed?

The COL combines a top-down and bottom-up approach, a framework developed together with the World Bank and is in line with what is practised in the United Kingdom. It is developed in three stages:

  1. Top-down analysis: National level statistics are rigorously analysed to detect occupations that are sought after. In particular, the Department of Statistics’ Labour Force Survey 2011-2014 is analysed to identify occupations exhibiting high employment and wage growth, an indicator of high demand.
  2. Bottom-up consultation: Results from the top-down analysis are then validated by the industry via a combination of surveys and consultations, in addition to engagements with sector regulators (eg MDEC for ICT and MCMC for telecommunications).
  3. Public consultation: The COL is released publicly and is open for feedback, providing the opportunity for government agencies, employers and individuals to provide further input or evidence on sought-after occupations.

How can we benefit from the Critical Occupations List (COL?

Understanding the specific skills that are in demand by key industries can help:

  1. The government coordinate policies and prioritise publicly financed initiatives, such as scholarships, reskilling programmes or inward immigration, to enhance the supply of sought-after skills in Malaysia.
  2. The industry to go beyond business as usual in its recruiting strategy, and to explore alternative measures such as targeting Malaysians abroad and investing further in developing sought-after skills, whether through in-house training or industry-academia collaboration.
  3. The general public such as parents and young talents, in selecting their course of study and career paths based on areas in demand.

When was the Critical Occupations List (COL published?

The pilot Critical Occupations List 2015/2016 was published in December 2015 based on labour data spanning 2011–2014. The pilot document identified 42 occupations from six key economic sectors as critical.

The list will continually be refined and updated on an annual basis to ensure that it remains relevant and provides an accurate and timely picture of skills imbalances in Malaysia.

Help! I Don’t Know Which is the Best Course to Choose to Study at the Top Private University in Malaysia

It is important to choose the right course to study – you don’t want to waste your time and money on a

EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students

EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students

course you don’t want to do (or end up dropping out of). To help you decide which course is right for you, make a list of courses that are of interest to you.

Is it a subject you have already studied? For example, maybe you loved the English subject and you read novels for pleasure in your own time. You can consider Teaching English as a Second Language, journalism or Mass Communication. In addition, you don’t have to do a journalism degree to become a journalist – many degrees are considered!

Maybe you’ve always been interested in computers and the internet at home, and enjoyed maths at school, so are considering a degree in computer science, a course subject you probably won’t have studied before. Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration.

Looking at your results in SPM could help you to decide which course you would be good at. If you are good in Maths & Physics then you can consider Engineering courses. Having good results in Chemistry, Biology & Maths, you can think of a career in Food Science, Pharmacy or Medicine. Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

Many students after SPM make the mistake of just listening to advise without verifying whether the

My friend introduced me to EduSpiral because for a long time after SPM I still did not know what and where to study. EduSpiral took time to explain the courses to me and even took me around the university for a tour. Yammie Chau, Diploma in Business at UCSI University

My friend introduced me to EduSpiral because for a long time after SPM I still did not know what and where to study. EduSpiral took time to explain the courses to me and even took me around the university for a tour.
Yammie Chau, Diploma in Business at UCSI University

information given is true or not. In addition, just because you have heard or seen a lot of advertisements by a particular university, doesn’t mean that it is the best in that course.

Many of the course counselors at the universities are paid by the universities to get you to register there, so their main motivation is to get you to register, not to help you make the right choice.

You should also ask yourself if you would still be interested in that subject for a further three or four years – enough to motivate yourself to work and research independently? Remember, you are going to work in this career for the next 50 years after graduation, therefore, you should have a high interest in the course.

The course that you choose should also have a job demand for you after you graduate. Choosing a course that you are passionate about without job demand and you may end up being jobless. Look for statistics and research to support whether there is a job demand for your future career in Malaysia or Singapore. Here at EduSpiral Consultant Services, we do our research on the job demand for the careers in Malaysia, Salary Reports, and universities so that we can advise our students based on facts and evidence.

Now why would you want to talk to EduSpiral Consultant Services when you can contact the private universities directly? Well, EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at. We have worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

How to Choose the Right Course to Study after SPM?

My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma. Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma.
Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

It can be confusing for students to choose the right major for their undergraduate degree studies in Malaysia. Preparations should have been made even before this time but fear not it is still not too late if you have not decided on a career path. It is important for you to research carefully the career that you intend to pursue.

Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to go through some sort of a Pre-University programme before entering into the degree course. Therefore, you still have about 1 to 1.5 years in your Pre-U programme to really figure out what to study for your degree.

It can be confusing to choose the right course after SPM. You should carefully think about what are the options available to you. To choose the best course that fits you, you need to consider the following:

  • Look at your results – what are your best & worst subjects, and which subjects are your favourite?
  • What are your interests & hobbies?
  • What is your passion?
  • Job demand for the career of choice. There is no point in choosing a course out of passion and then graduate to find out that you cannot get a job in that field.
  • Salary of the career of choice
  • Discuss the budget for your studies with your parents. There is no point in choosing a course like Pharmacy or Medicine, if you cannot afford it.

Ask a Knowledgeable & Experienced Education Consultant in Malaysia to Help you Choose the Right Course after SPM

Choosing a course to study after SPM is not a science, it is a process

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

in finding out who you are and what you are good at. An experienced Education Advisor would be invaluable in assisting you to choose the right course. Students need to talk to the right education counselors so that you get the right information to help you in making this life-changing decision.

Ask the right Education Counselors. Would you ask a Doctor on how to repair your car? Or would you ask a mechanic for medical advise? Although this sounds ridiculous, but many students do listen to advise from young and inexperienced counselors from universities, colleges or agents’ offices.  Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration. EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at.

EduSpiral Consultant Services has worked with our partners which are top private universities and colleges in Malaysia for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

Some of the Best Pre-University & Degree Programmes to Study in Malaysia

Best Pre-University Programmes in Malaysia

Top Engineering and Built Environment Courses in Malaysia

After explaining in detail, EduSpiral took me & my parents to tour the campus & helped with the scholarship application. Darren Fong, Engineering at Asia Pacific University

After explaining in detail, EduSpiral took me & my parents to tour the campus & helped with the scholarship application.
Darren Fong, Engineering at Asia Pacific University

Outstanding Computing and Information Technology Courses in Malaysia

I whatsapped EduSpiral and got the information I needed about the university and course. He then arranged for me and my mother to meet up with APU counselors and to tour the campus as well. Li Jian, IT at Asia Pacific University

I whatsapped EduSpiral and got the information I needed about the university and course. He then arranged for me and my mother to meet up with APU counselors and to tour the campus as well.
Li Jian, IT at Asia Pacific University

First Rate Applied and Health Sciences in Malaysia

The Best Business & Accounting Courses in Malaysia

EduSpiral explained the pathway to become an actuaries & gave facts on why Heriot-Watt is the best for actuarial science. We also toured the campus and hostel. Weng Hang, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

EduSpiral explained the pathway to become an actuaries & gave facts on why Heriot-Watt is the best for actuarial science. We also toured the campus and hostel.
Weng Hang, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Excellent Social Science Courses in Malaysia

Top Design Courses in Malaysia

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction. Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU Penang University College

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction.
Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU Penang University College

First Rate Hospitality and Culinary Arts Courses in Malaysia

Education and Music Courses in Malaysia

Top Scholarships Available from the Best Private Universities in Malaysia

Study at the Best Private Universities and Colleges in Malaysia & Singapore

I needed to complete my degree as quickly as possible and EduSpiral introduced me to MDIS where I was able to obtain a UK degree in IT in less than 3 years! Danny Chan studying IT at MDIS Singapore

I needed to complete my degree as quickly as possible and EduSpiral introduced me to MDIS where I was able to obtain a UK degree in IT in less than 3 years!
Danny Chan studying IT at MDIS Singapore

Singapore

  1. MDIS College
  2. PSB Academy

Switzerland

Malaysia

  1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
  2. Curtin University, Sarawak campus
  3. Asia Pacific University (APU) 
  4. APIIT
  5. UCSI University
  6. Taylor’s University
  7. HELP University
  8. HELP Academy
  9. HELP College of Arts & Technology
  10. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie
  11. KDU College Damansara Jaya
  12. KDU University College Penang
  13. YTL International College of Hotel Management
  14. IACT College
  15. Point College
  16. Saito College
  17. Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)
  18. Nilai University
  19. Reliance College
  20. UCSI University Sarawak Campus

EduSpiral Consultant Services- Your Personal Online Education Advisor

Established since 2009, EduSpiral Consultant Services helps provide information and counselling on courses and universities in Malaysia & Singapore.

EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

EduSpiral gets to know our students personally in order to be able to advise on which course & university is the best such as these 2 students after a visit of Asia Pacific University

EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get. These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable.

EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

If you are still not sure what to study, please contact us and we will send you a free EduSpiral Career Assessment Form.

Please contact us for more details.

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Best Private College in Malaysia for Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College


Premier Specialist College for Multimedia Design in Malaysia

Written by EduSpiral Consultant Services For more information contact 01111408838

Multimedia design is the art of integrating multiple forms of media. It is used in video games, information kiosks, websites and many other interactive applications. In order to succeed in the competitive world of multimedia design, students must choose the best college in multimedia design in Malaysia to study at so that they can gain the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed. Students after SPM or O-Levels can enter the Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College with at least 3 credits.

For more information contact 01111408838

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Study Multimedia Design at an Award-Winning Design College In Malaysia

Multimedia design requires both creative and technical skills to integrate two or more types of media. It is probably most prevalent on the Internet, where you might encounter a web page that uses a combination of audio, animation and text. The advertising and marketing industries have jumped on this trend of using multiple forms of media to reach wider audiences. Industries such as video gaming and education are also taking advantage of innovations in multimedia design.

Excellent College for Multimedia Design at Saito College

Saito College is a specialist design college strategically located near the lrt, banks and restaurants.

Saito College is a specialist design college strategically located near the lrt, banks and restaurants.

With more than 20 years of experience, Saito College is one of the best colleges for multimedia design in Malaysia with many award-winning students, highly experienced & qualified lecturers and having produced thousands of graduates highly in demand by the industry. Not only Saito College is a top college in design in Malaysia, their fees are also affordable therefore making it accessible to students to achieve their dreams.

Are you passionate and curious about the art of digital animation, videography and interactive digital design? Then the Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College will be perfect for you. Multimedia designers utilise the advancement in digital technology to create digital content that captures the hearts and minds of millions of people around the world.Think Toys Story and Despicable Me.

Whether it is building a corporate presence on the web or designing new formats for interactive television, multimedia design is central to creatively engaging an audience.

Saito College combines their strong capability in graphic designing with their highly advanced multimedia technological capability to train their students to meet the high expectations of employers. Saito College’s multimedia design graduates are also highly sought after by various employers in many industries even prior to graduation.

Entry Requirements for Design Diploma Courses at Saito College

The minimum entry requirement for the diploma programme is one of the following:

  • SPM Certificate with three credits
  • Senior Middle Three UEC with 3Bs
  • GCE/’O’ Levels certificate or equivalent with three credits

Students who do not fulfill the entry requirements listed above can still enter into our Certificate of Creative Design course before continuing on with their diploma.

Minimum entry requirements for the Certificate in Creative Design will be as follows:

  • SPM Certificate with at least one credit
  • GCE/’O’ Levels certificate or equivalent with at least one credit.

YEAR 1 Subjects for the Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College

Multimedia Design artwork by the talented Saito College students

Multimedia Design artwork by the talented Saito College students

  • History of Graphic Design
  • Design Principles & practices
  • Basic Drawing
  • Computer Graphic Design 1
  • Communication English
  • Photography & Digital imaging
  • Computer Graphic Design 2
  • Story Board & Art Direction
  • Digital Typography
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 1
  • Videography
  • 2D Animation
  • Business Communication

YEAR 2 Subjects for the Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College

Multimedia Design artwork by the talented Saito College students

Multimedia Design artwork by the talented Saito College students

  • Digital Illustration
  • Electronic Publishing
  • 3D Visualization
  • Multimedia Interface Design
  • Creative Thinking
  • 3D Animation
  • Digital Video Production
  • Motion Graphic
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 2
  • Design Project Management
  • Web Design
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 3

YEAR 3 Subjects for the Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College

Saito College design student's work

Saito College design student’s work

  • INTERNSHIP
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 4
  • Multimedia Dip. Project
  • Production in Multimedia
  • Advertising Principles

Adobe Certification

You will be trained in design software by Adobe Certified Instructors (ACI). You can choose to take the Adobe Certification Exam during your study in Saito College to become an Adobe Certified Associate. Adobe Certification is recognised worldwide as the de facto Design Certification.

Internships for Multimedia Design Students at Saito College

Internship is compulsory within the academic curricular. It is the pre-arranged programme of student attachment with companies within the industry for 3-6 months period. Students will be awarded credits for the internship. Students benefit greatly from these internship attachments as they have the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge into real life projects with the help of working professionals.

Excellent Facilities at Saito College

The teaching facilities in Saito College consist of up-to-date MacLab and PC Labs, Art & Design studios, Canon EOS Photography Studio, Video Editing Suit and workstations. Besides that the college also provides wireless broadband internet in the library and within the college compound.

About Saito College

Established in 1988 by it’s founder, Mr. Tetsuo Saito, Saito College has emerged as one of the most reputable design and professional colleges in Malaysia. It has produced more than 6000 graduates in the last 23 years.

Saito is internationally recognised and the diplomas are accredited by MQA and approved by the Ministry of Education. Their courses have curriculum that combines sound understanding and skills inthe subject area and understanding of industry expectation to enable our students to “hit the ground running” when they embark on their careers. Saito’s graduates have consistently been sought after by industries as they graduate.

Students at Saito also have an added advantage of working with industry experts who act as their mentors or master trainers.

Canon 'PhotoMarathon Malaysia 2013' Competition JUNIOR CATEGORY Champion - Ong Kai Wei from Saito College

Canon ‘PhotoMarathon Malaysia 2013’ Competition JUNIOR CATEGORY Champion – Ong Kai Wei from Saito College

This unique teaching methodology has proven effective in learning the latest trends in the industry thus it is dubbed as “Industry as Classroom and Learning at Saito is Enjoyable” because teaching and learning takes place in and outside the classrooms using diverse teaching methodologies.

All students are given free classes in communication skills and interpersonal skills to prepare them to face challenges in their endeavours upon graduation. In addition students are encouraged to become members of professional bodies and international clubs like Toastmasters International. All these activities give Saito students an advantage over the others when they enter the job market.

Award-winning Design College in Malaysia

Saito College has been accredited to 6-Star rating by our Malaysian Quality Evaluation System for Private Colleges (known as MyQUEST)on five main criteria, which is are Students, Resources, Quality Management Systems, Programmes Recognition, and Graduate Recognition 

Saito students participate actively in national and international level competitions. The students have won the following awards over the years.

Name/Date Competition/Event Position
18 Aug 2013 
Charissa Angela Tham Magnum Cares Video/Short Film Competition
[organized by MAGNUM Cares ]
Top 5 Finalist
Ezra Hananiah Jalin Magnum Cares Video/Short Film Competition
[organized by MAGNUM Cares]
Top 5 Finalist
30 Nov 2013
Soong Xin Ni
Movie Baby Blues Doll Display Competition
[organized by RAM Entertainment]
Top 5 Finalist [Group]
Chia Chi Theng Movie Baby Blues Doll Display Competition
[organized by RAM Entertainment]
Top 5 Finalist [Group]
Xtra Peng Chee Keong Movie Baby Blues Doll Display Competition
[organized by RAM Entertainment]
Top 5 Finalist [Group]
6 Aug 2013 
Lim Chi Mun Badges of Fury Kick Ass Video Clip Competition
[organized by RAM Entertainment ]
1st Runner Up
[Group 1]
Ng Kawai Badges of Fury Kick Ass Video Clip Competition
[organized by RAM Entertainment ]
1st Runner Up
[Group 1]
29 July 2013 
Jonathan Edwards Liew DOTA 2 Digital illustration Art Tournament Design Competition   
[organized by Claz’room Academy ]
Top 25 Finalist
29 May 2013 
Tan Yan Pooi Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’    
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
3rd Prize
Hoo Kam Wai Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
Consolation Prize
Jasmine Chong Kah Sing Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
Consolation Prize
Yap Sue Kheng Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
Consolation Prize
Aaron Tan Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
Consolation Prize
Moi Soon Weng Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
Consolation Prize
Tan Tar Chuak Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
Consolation Prize
Chan Lii Ling Movie Character Sketching Competition – ‘Saving General Yang’
[organized by RAM Entertainment & Newwebpick]
Consolation Prize
18 March 2013 
Lee Chui Beng SPIDERS 3D Movie Display Competition
[organized by RAIN Entertainment]
2nd Prize Winner
[Group]
Moi Soon Weng SPIDERS 3D Movie Display Competition
[organized by RAIN Entertainment]
2nd Prize Winner
[Group]
Lee Jass Sin SPIDERS 3D Movie Display Competition
[organized by RAIN Entertainment]
2nd Prize Winner
[Group]
Vincent Gan Wei Sheng SPIDERS 3D Movie Display Competition
[organized by RAIN Entertainment]
2nd Prize Winner
[Group]
Ng Kawai SPIDERS 3D Movie Display Competition
[organized by RAIN Entertainment]
Consolation Prize
Ken Liew Tieng Chiew SPIDERS 3D Movie Display Competition
[organized by RAIN Entertainment]
Consolation Prize
Loke Ji Sin SPIDERS 3D Movie Display Competition
[organized by RAIN Entertainment]
Consolation Prize

EduSpiral Consultant Services- Your Personal Online Education Advisor

Established since 2009, EduSpiral Consultant Services helps provide information and counselling on

courses and universities in Malaysia & Singapore. EduSpiral Consultant Services also represents MDIS Singapore and PSB Academy Singapore.

After my results came out, I was lost and didn't know where to study. EduSpiral met me and my parents and took us around the campus to help me make the right choice. Kin Fen, Design course at Saito College

After my results came out, I was lost and didn’t know where to study. EduSpiral met me and my parents and took us around the campus to help me make the right choice.
Kin Fen, Design course at Saito College

EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

If you are still not sure what to study, please contact us and we will send you a free EduSpiral Career Assessment Form.

Please contact us for more details.

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Check your SPM Trial Results Online & Use it to Register for January Intake


Semakan Keputusan Peperiksaan Pelajar Secara Online (SAPS NKRA)

Written by EduSpiral Consultant Services For more information contact 01111408838

Parents can check their children’s SPM Trial Results Online. SPM students can also get their SPM Trial Results online for a screen shot to be used for registering at top private universities in Malaysia.

After SPM, there are many different pathways for you to choose from and sometimes it can be confusing. Students who are not sure of what to study after SPM but plan to enrol for the January intake can contact EduSpiral Consultant Services to help guide you to choose the right course and university.

For a personalised advise on how to choose the right course contact 01111408838

Please fill up the form for more information. If you do not give your mobile number or full name as in IC, your query will not be answered. Please make sure you give a correct email address and check your email including the SPAM or JUNK email folder within 48 hours as we will email you the information. 

  

Steps on How to Get the SPM Trial Results Online

To register at a private university in Malaysia for the January intake, you will need the following documents:

  • Copy of IC
  • Copy of SPM Trial Results

Some of you may have forgotten to bring your results when you go to the private university in Malaysia to register or haven’t gone to your school to obtain the SPM Trial Results. Don’t worry, you can click on the link to the SAPS NKRA website to look at your SPM Trial Results and print them out to be used for the application.

Parents or SPM students can  Click on this link to go to SAPS NKRA to Check your SPM Trial Results Online.  Once clicked, you  will reach the screen below:

SAPS NKRA

  1.  At the screen above, follow the instructions below to obtain your SPM Trial Results Online
  • Type in your child’s Identity Card (IC) or Birth Certificate number.
  • Click the radio button to select ‘sekolah menengah’  secondary school)
  • At the “TAHUN” row click — ‘Pilih Tahun’ — ,  and choose the year of the results you want to see.

After all that, then click  ‘Semak Laporan’.

  1.  Next, parents or SPM students choose the “Peperiksaan Percubaan SPM” which is your “SPM Trial Examination Results”. And then click ‘papar slip keputusan’  which will enable you to see results slip for the SPM Trial Examination as shown in Sample 1 

SAPS NKRA

SAPS NKRA

When you click on  ‘Papar Markah Peperiksaan’, you will be able to see your SPM Trial Results as well as the other examinations held throughout the year. Look at Sample 2

Sample 1
SAPS NKRA

Sample 2

SAPS NKRA

Finally, print out the SPM Trial Results and then use that to register at the private college or university in Malaysia for the January intake. The SPM Trial Results may be used to apply for scholarships from top private universities for the January intake as well.

If you are not sure of what course or which private university to study at, you may contact EduSpiral Consultant Services for a free consultation.

Ask a Knowledgeable & Experienced Education Consultant to Help you Make the Right Choice

Choosing a course to study after SPM, UEC, STPM, O-Levels or A-Levels is not a science, it is a process

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

in finding out who you are and what you are good at. An experienced Education Advisor would be invaluable in assisting you to choose the right course. Students need to talk to the right education counselors so that you get the right information to help you in making this life-changing decision.

Ask the right Education Counselors. Would you ask a Doctor on how to repair your car? Or would you ask a mechanic for medical advise? Although this sounds ridiculous, but many students do listen to advise from young and inexperienced counselors from universities, colleges or agents’ offices.  Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration. EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at.

EduSpiral Consultant Services has worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

How to Choose the Right Course to Study after SPM?

I was confused what to study & which university. My cousin introduced me to EduSpiral who helped me to make the right choice. Ye Lun, Actuarial Science at Asia Pacific University

I was confused what to study & which university. My cousin introduced me to EduSpiral who helped me to make the right choice.
Ye Lun, Actuarial Science at Asia Pacific University

It can be confusing to choose the right course after SPM or O-Levels. You should carefully think about what are the options available to you. To choose the best course that fits you, you need to consider the following:

  • Look at your results – what are your best & worst subjects, and which subjects are your favourite?
  • What are your interests & hobbies?
  • What is your passion?
  • Job demand for the career of choice. There is no point in choosing a course out of passion and then graduate to find out that you cannot get a job in that field.
  • Salary of the career of choice
  • Discuss the budget for your studies with your parents. There is no point in choosing a course like Pharmacy or Medicine, if you cannot afford it.

Choosing the Best Course to Study after SPM

After I finished my SPM, I felt confused about my further study. Because of Eduspiral, I am able to pursue my studies at Asia Pacific University. Eduspiral, was so patient to answer all my questions and even brought me to visit the university when I went to KL alone. Jeremy Lee, APU scholarship student

After I finished my SPM, I felt confused about my further study. Because of Eduspiral, I am able to pursue my studies at Asia Pacific University. Eduspiral, was so patient to answer all my questions and even brought me to visit the university when I went to KL alone. Jeremy Lee, APU scholarship student

Choosing the right course to study in Malaysia after high school is one of the most important decisions you can make in your life. This can be a confusing and difficult time if you are unprepared.

With the wide variety of courses available to a student, the time after UEC, SPM or STPM can be a confusing one if not guided properly by an experienced and knowledgeable education counselor.

It can be confusing for students to choose the right major for their undergraduate degree studies in Malaysia.

Preparations should have been made even before this time but fear not it is still not too late if you have not decided on a career path. It is important for you to research carefully the career that you intend to pursue.

Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to go through some sort of a Pre-University programme before entering into the degree course. Therefore, you still have about 1 to 1.5 years in your Pre-U programme to really figure out what to study for your degree.

EduSpiral Consultant Services is an Official Representative of Top Private Universities & Colleges

"My friend introduced me to EduSpiral because I was confused about my next step due to my unexpected results in STPM. EduSpiral provided me with great solutions to fit my career goals." Kuo Qiat, Marketing degree at UCSI University

“My friend introduced me to EduSpiral because I was confused about my next step due to my unexpected results in STPM. EduSpiral provided me with great solutions to fit my career goals.”
Kuo Qiat, Marketing degree at UCSI University

Singapore

  1. MDIS College
  2. PSB Academy

Switzerland

Malaysia

  1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
  2. Curtin University, Sarawak campus
  3. Asia Pacific University (APU) 
  4. APIIT
  5. UCSI University
  6. Taylor’s University
  7. HELP University
  8. HELP Academy
  9. HELP College of Arts & Technology
  10. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie
  11. KDU College Damansara Jaya
  12. KDU University College Penang
  13. YTL International College of Hotel Management
  14. IACT College
  15. Point College
  16. Saito College
  17. Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)
  18. Nilai University
  19. Reliance College
  20. UCSI University Sarawak Campus

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Top University in Malaysia for Foundation in Science at Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus


Best University in Malaysia for Foundation in Science at Taylor’s University

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The 1-year Top Rated Foundation in Science programme at Taylor’s University offers one of the widest ranges of educational pathways. Taylor’s University is one of the best universities in Malaysia for you to study the Foundation in Science programme. Students after SPM or O-Levels with at least 5 credits including the relevant subjects may enter Taylor’s University Foundation in Science for 1 year before continuing on to the degree programmes below:

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons)
  • Bachelor Of Science (Hons) (Culinology®)
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) (Food Science with Nutrition)
  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Biotechnology (Hons)

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The Best Foundation in Science Programme at Taylor’s University in Malaysia

Bioscience lab at Taylor's University

Bioscience lab at Taylor’s University

The 1-year Foundation in Science programme at Taylor’s University is essential for students who wish to pursue the Biosciences, Culinology®, Engineering, Medicine or Pharmacy course in Malaysia.

State-of-the-art Facilities

  • Acquire practical skills with our science laboratories that are equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation.
  • Experience learning supported by modern technology, such as lecture capture, and various online tools.

Balanced Learning Environment

Bioscience lab at Taylor's University

Bioscience lab at Taylor’s University

  • Opportunity to acquire and demonstrate discipline specific knowledge, cognitive capabilities and soft skills.
  • A balanced assessment method, whereby 50% of the evaluation is allocated to various continuous assessments such as quizzes, class tests, projects and oral presentations while the remaining 50% to the final exam.

From Theory to Application

  • Holistic learning approach through the Integrated Science Project (ISP), which implements research skills and scientific concepts and balances learning outcomes with hands-on experimentation.
  • Cultivate independent and confident learners through continuous assessments which encompass public speaking, group work and creativity.

Conducive Learning Environment

The best bioscience programmes at Taylor's Unviersity

The best bioscience programmes at Taylor’s Unviersity

  • Same access to the University’s facilities as undergraduate and postgraduate students, and able to contribute equally to the campus community.
  • Exposure to latest developments in science and technology through workshops and talks by local and international academicians and industry leaders.

Reliable Support System

  • First Year Experience (FYE) initiatives, such as motivational talks and peer-assisted study sessions, provide students the much-needed support to adjust to university life and excel in academic and extra-curricular activities.

Entry Requirements for the Foundation in Science at Taylor’s University

  • Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM)
    Pass with min. 5 credits including Mathematics, English and 2 Science subjects with a pass in Bahasa Melayu and History
  • O Level
    Pass with min. 5 credits including Mathematics, English and 2 Science subjects
  • Unified Examination Certificate (UEC)
    Pass with min. 3Bs including Mathematics, English and 1 Science subject
  • Other Qualifications
    Students with other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis

Programme Structure for the Foundation in Science at Taylor’s University

Taylor's University is a top ranked private university in Malaysia

Taylor’s University is a top ranked private university in Malaysia

Semester 1

  • English I
  • Cell Biology
  • Chemistry I
  • Mathematics
  • Elective I

Semester 2

  • English II
  • Human Biology

    Bioscience lab at Taylor's University

    Bioscience lab at Taylor’s University

  • Chemistry II
  • Statistics & Probability
  • Elective II
  • Elective III

Electives*

Semester 1

  • Physics I
  • Creative Thinking Skill

Semester 2

  • Business Enterprise
  • Principles of Economics
  • Quantitative Techniques
  • Social Psychology
  • Subject to module availability

State-of-the-Art Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus encompasses a modern, functional design with state-of-the-art facilities together with lush greenery and its trademark 5.5 acre lake; striking a balance between form and function to embody Taylor’s University’s modern approach and perspective in premium education with an approach to holistic growth outside the classroom.

Surrounding the serene lake are buildings that house the academic wings and the commercial annexe that comprise of wide and spacious corridors, pleasing and rich landscapes and all in all, a sustainable and conducive environment for education. Besides, being visually comforting and naturally soothing, the overall design also enhances the air quality, both indoor and outdoor.

Taylor’s provides the necessary conducive environment for learning and development, to complement our quality academic programmes. Our campuses provide students with a comprehensive list of features and facilities to cater to our students’ learning needs and comfort during their years at Taylors University.

Service Facilities at Taylors University

Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus

  • Career Services Centre
  • Computer Labs
  • Counselling and Psychological Services Centre
  • Experimental Theatre
  • Lecture Theatres
  • Library
  • Sick Bay
  • Sports and Recreation Centre
  • Student Life Centre
  • The Grand Hall
  • U-Residence
  • UniGym

Service Facilities:

Career Services Centre
This centre provides students with reference materials and information about occupations, corporations and career opportunities.


Computer Labs
For computer practical classes. Each lab has an average of 33 computers.


Library
1300-seater 4-storey library to suit students’ individual learning styles. The library is equipped with 24/7 study areas, discussion rooms, multimedia rooms, theatrette, computers, printing & photocopying facilities.


Sick Bay


U-Residence
Residence for students living on campus.


Sports and Recreation Centre
Multi-purpose courts (Futsal, netball, volleyball, basketball, cricket nets, tennis, dodgeball)


Student Life Centre
The Student Life Centre is a purpose driven centre devoted to provide a platform for Student Leaders and the student communities as a whole to engage in creative thinking, brainstorming of new ideas and implement the execution of these ideas.

The Centre features Discussion Hubs, a meeting room, independent study area and a Mini Events Zone. It is also where the TU Student Council office, Community Service Initiatives Volunteers office and International Student Services Centre are located.


The Grand Hall
1000-seater hall designed for campus events and activities such as convocations, examinations, exhibitions and gala dinners; as well as sports activities.


Lecture Theatres
Lectures and events are conducted in the hall which can seat up to 300 people.


Experimental Theatre
Suitable for stage performances (dramas and plays) and can be used for practice sessions. Equipped with stage, hi-tech acoustics and lighting systems. Seats surround the stage, providing a 360 degree view of performance.


UniGym


Counseling and Psychological Services Centre
A centre for students, staff and parents to receive counselling on various emotion related issues.

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

  • On Campus (U Residence @ Lakeside Campus)
    • Located in Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus
    • This 6-storey building has 890 beds, 126 apartment units and 116 en-suites, all tastefully furnished
    • 24-hour multi-level security
    • Resident housemaster
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services
    • Recreational areas
    • Learning spaces
    • Shuttle bus services
  • Off-Campus (Various Locations)
    • Units are located within the vicinity of the campuses
    • 24-hour security
    • Onsite maintenance support
    • Housekeeping services

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Best College in Malaysia for Diploma in Interior Design at Saito College


Top College for Diploma in Interior Design in Malaysia

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The interior design course has been gaining popularity in Malaysia in the past few years as Malaysians have become more affluent as well as being aware of the importance of aesthetics to our well being in our living environment or branding in our business environment.

An interior designer in Malaysia can undertake projects that include arranging the basic layout of spaces within a building as well as projects that require an understanding of technical issues such as acoustics, lighting, temperature, etc.

In order to succeed in the competitive world of interior design, students must choose the best college in Malaysia for interior design to study at so that they can gain the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed. Students after SPM or O-Levels can enter the 2.5-year Diploma in Interior Design at Saito College with at least 3 credits.

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Top Rated College in Malaysia for Diploma in Interior Design at Saito College

Saito College is a specialist design college strategically located near the lrt, banks and restaurants.

Saito College is a specialist design college strategically located near the lrt, banks and restaurants.

With more than 20 years of experience, Saito College is one of the best colleges for multimedia design in Malaysia with many award-winning students, highly experienced & qualified lecturers and having produced thousands of graduates highly in demand by the industry. Not only Saito College is a top college in design in Malaysia, their fees are also affordable therefore making it accessible to students to achieve their dreams.

Saito College achieved a 6 Star rating in the 2013 Malaysia Quality Evaluation System (MyQuest) which is the highest for colleges in Malaysia.

In 2015, Ee Meng Chyi won Silver for the Interior Design Category in the prestigious Nippon Paint Young Designer Award. The competition draws participants from top private colleges, private & public universities in Malaysia. The Nippon Paint Young Designer Award (NPYDA) is organised by Nippon Paint and gives recognition to young, talented designers.

Entry Requirements for Design Diploma Courses at Saito College

The minimum entry requirement for the diploma programme is one of the following:

  • SPM Certificate with three credits
  • Senior Middle Three UEC with 3Bs
  • GCE/’O’ Levels certificate or equivalent with three credits

Students who do not fulfill the entry requirements listed above can still enter into our Certificate of Creative Design course before continuing on with their diploma.

Minimum entry requirements for the Certificate in Creative Design will be as follows:

  • SPM Certificate with at least one credit
  • GCE/’O’ Levels certificate or equivalent with at least one credit.

YEAR 1 Subjects for the Diploma in Interior Design at Saito College

Interior Design work by Saito College student

Interior Design work by Saito College student

  • Technical Drawing
  • Design Principles
  • Environmental Psychology
  • History Of Architecture
  • Business Ethics & Etiquette
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 1
  • Interior Design 1 (Space)
  • Visual Communication
  • Autocad 1 (Basic)
  • History Of Design
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 2
  • Interior Design 2 (Residential)

 

YEAR 2 Subjects for the Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College

3D Rendering by Interior Design student at Saito College

3D Rendering by Interior Design student at Saito College

  • Building Construction 1
  • Interior Design 3 (Commercial)
  • Autocad 2 (Intermediate)
  • Building Construction 2
  • Interior Materials & Furnishing
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 3
  • Interior Design 4- Institutional
  • Autocad 3 (Advanced)
  • Furniture Design 1
  • Building Construction 3
  • Environmental Science & Services
  • Interior Design 5 (Hospitality)
  • Furniture Design 2
  • Professional Practice

YEAR 3 Subjects for the Diploma in Multimedia Design at Saito College

3D Rendering by Interior Design student at Saito College

3D Rendering by Interior Design student at Saito College

  • INTERNSHIP
  • Interior Design 6
  • Furniture Design 3
  • Mata Pelajaran Pengajian Umum 4
  • Contract & Project Management

Adobe Certification

You will be trained in design software by Adobe Certified Instructors (ACI). You can choose to take the Adobe Certification Exam during your study in Saito College to become an Adobe Certified Associate. Adobe Certification is recognised worldwide as the de facto Design Certification.

Internships for Interior Design Students at Saito College

Internship is compulsory within the academic curricular. It is the pre-arranged programme of student attachment with companies within the industry for 3-6 months period. Students will be awarded credits for the internship. Students benefit greatly from these internship attachments as they have the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge into real life projects with the help of working professionals.

Excellent Design Facilities at Saito College

The teaching facilities in Saito College consist of up-to-date MacLab and PC Labs, Art & Design studios, Canon EOS Photography Studio, Video Editing Suit and workstations. Besides that the college also provides wireless broadband internet in the library and within the college compound.

About Saito College
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Established in 1988 by it’s founder, Mr. Tetsuo Saito, Saito College has emerged as one of the most reputable design and professional colleges in Malaysia. It has produced more than 8000 graduates.

Saito is internationally recognised and the diplomas are accredited by MQA and approved by the Ministry of Education.

Their courses have curriculum that combines sound understanding and skills inthe subject area and understanding of industry expectation to enable our students to “hit the ground running” when they embark on their careers. Saito’s graduates have consistently been sought after by industries as they graduate.

Students at Saito also have an added advantage of working with industry experts who act as their mentors or master trainers.

Canon 'PhotoMarathon Malaysia 2013' Competition JUNIOR CATEGORY Champion - Ong Kai Wei from Saito College

Canon ‘PhotoMarathon Malaysia 2013’ Competition JUNIOR CATEGORY Champion – Ong Kai Wei from Saito College

This unique teaching methodology has proven effective in learning the latest trends in the industry thus it is dubbed as “Industry as Classroom and Learning at Saito is Enjoyable” because teaching and learning takes place in and outside the classrooms using diverse teaching methodologies.

All students are given free classes in communication skills and interpersonal skills to prepare them to face challenges in their endeavours upon graduation. In addition students are encouraged to become members of professional bodies and international clubs like Toastmasters International. All these activities give Saito students an advantage over the others when they enter the job market.

Award-winning Design College in Malaysia

Saito College has been accredited to 6-Star rating by our Malaysian Quality Evaluation System for Private Colleges (known as MyQUEST)on five main criteria, which is are Students, Resources, Quality Management Systems, Programmes Recognition, and Graduate Recognition 

Saito students participate actively in national and international level competitions. The students have won the following awards over the years.

Name/Date Competition/Event Position
Chloe Liew Wai Ee Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
1st Prize Winner
Lam Chen Jing Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
2nd Prize Winner
Goh Jea Ann Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
3rd Prize Winner
Teo Sin Yee Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Special Prize
Wong Yoke Qin Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Special Prize
Ee Meng Chyi Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Special Prize
Alex Kok Tai Pin Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Special Prize
Lim Jian Hao Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Special Prize
Ho Jing Wei Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
Wong Kar Hung Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
Wong Wei Heng Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
Lau Hong Kit Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Individual
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
26 Aug 2013 
Wong Seng Yip Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
1st Prize Winner
[1st Group]
Wong Shi Lee Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
1st Prize Winner
[1st Group]
Chan Chun Hou Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
1st Prize Winner
[1st Group]
Ng Kai Ern Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
2nd Prize Winner
[2nd Group]
Ong Chen Wen Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
2nd Prize Winner
[2nd Group]
Loke Ji Sin Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
3rd Prize Winner
[3rd Group]
Lee Tieng Chiew Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
3rd Prize Winner
[3rd Group]
Ng Kawai Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
3rd Prize Winner
[3rd Group]
Chong Jia Qing Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[4th Group]
Foo Way Kee Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
 Consolation Prize
[4th Group]
Chan Hui Siang Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[4th Group]
Liaw Yung Lim Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[5th Group]
Lim Ming Hao Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[5th Group]
Tee Zwu Shyan Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[6th Group]
Wong In Nuance Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[6th Group]
Chiew Burk Soon Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[7th Group]
Chia Sen Chung Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[7th Group]
Chin Yoke Fong Eco Lighting Design Challenge Competition – Group
[organized by Sungei Wang Plaza]
Consolation Prize
[7th Group]
27 Feb 2013
Ken Lee Tieng Chiew ASASHI Wallpaper Design Competition
[organized by ASASHI]
Winner (Canon Printer)
27 Jan 2013 Consolation Prize
Lee Jass Sin VIVA HOME Chinese Painting Competition
[organized by CUTOUT Magazine]
Grand Prize
Cha See Wei VIVA HOME Chinese Painting Competition
[organized by CUTOUT Magazine]
Consolation Prize
Ken Lee Tieng Chiew VIVA HOME Chinese Painting Competition
[organized by CUTOUT Magazine]
Consolation Prize
20 July 2013
Ng Ka Wai 02 city “A Welcoming Grand Entrance” Design Competition
[organized by 02 City Puchong]
Top 5 Winner [Group]
Ken Liew Tieng Chiew 02 city “A Welcoming Grand Entrance” Design Competition
[organized by 02 City Puchong]
Top 5 Winner [Group]
Loke Ji Sin 02 city “A Welcoming Grand Entrance” Design Competition
[organized by 02 City Puchong]

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Entry Requirements into Diploma in Interior Architecture at Top Private Universities in Malaysia


What is the SPM or O-Levels Entry Requirements for Diploma in Interior Architecture in Malaysia?

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Interior Architecture explores the link between the interior and architecture where interior spaces are inhabited and experienced as works of art that are rich in spatial investigations and interventions. The interior architecture programme embarks on a revitalisation and enrichment journey through the development of design, conceptual creativity, theory and philosophy of spaces to create exciting and practical environments in which people live, work and play.

Students after SPM or O-Levels who are sure of pursuing a career in interior architecture can go for the Diploma course for 2.5 years before entering into Year 2 of the Interior Architecture degree. Students must meet the minimum entry requirements to enter the diploma programme at top private universities in Malaysia.

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Entry Requirements for Diploma in Interior Architecture at Top Private Universities in Malaysia

  • Students after SPM or O-Levels should have at least 3 credits including a pass in BM & Sejarah. A credit is at least a “C”. Anything below a “C” is not a credit.
  • UEC students from Chinese Independent High Schools in Malaysia must have a minimum grade ‘B’ for 3 subjects.
  • Students who have taken the Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia (SKM) will need to have Passed SKM/SKK level 3 in related field AND *Pass SPM with minimum 1 credit in SPM.

Study Diploma in Interior Architecture at the Top Ranked UCSI University

Students after SPM or O-Levels can consider taking the Diploma in Interior Architecture course offered

DETA 2012 saw Simon Chong Sin Man of UCSI University emerge as Champion. Simon’s idea of an eco-friendly cafeteria for factory workers integrated with trees where food waste can be recycled into fertiliser.

DETA 2012 saw Simon Chong Sin Man of UCSI University emerge as Champion. Simon’s idea of an eco-friendly cafeteria for factory workers integrated with trees where food waste can be recycled into fertiliser.

by the School of Architecture and Built Environment at UCSI University. It is a 2 and a half years programme in the discipline and professional practice of Interior Architecture.

UCSI University is regarded as one of the best private universities in Malaysia for interior architecture having won many awards in this field.

The Diploma in Interior Architecture course at UCSI University emphasises on delivering professional standard knowledge impartment, the understanding and skills in resolving and communicating design, technical and constructional drawing, practical and technological skills in its application to Interior Architecture projects.

Students are required to undergo a compulsory Industry Experience attachment for a minimum duration of 6 months , to learn and familiarise themselves with the working environment of the building and construction industry.

The Diploma in Interior Architecture Programme at UCSI University treats Interior Architecture as a holistic and multi-disciplinary design education domain which deals with a broad range of places to make a personal statement in the design of an interior. It also promotes a shared understanding of the social and architectural conventions as a common language in the realm of the built environment.

Upon successfully completion of the Diploma in Interior Architecture programme, students will gain direct entry into Year 2 (semester 3) of B.A. (Hons.) in Interior Architecture, UCSI University

Assessments for the Diploma in Interior Architecture at UCSI University

Strategically locate in Kuala Lumpur, UCSI University is ranked in the top 300 universities in Asia by QS and Rated Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 by MQA

Strategically locate in Kuala Lumpur, UCSI University is ranked in the top 300 universities in Asia by QS and Rated Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 by MQA

Assessments vary from the list below depending on the course:

  • Project critique session.
  • In-class assignment.
  • Coursework.
  • Written examination.
  • Site investigation / survey.
  • Portfolio review.
  • Workshop participation.

Year 1 Subjects for the Diploma in Interior Architecture at UCSI University

Woodwork workshop for Architecture & Interior Architecture students at UCSI University

Woodwork workshop for Architecture & Interior Architecture students at UCSI University

  • Technical Mathematics
  • Building Construction & Science
  • Introduction to Design Principles
  • Architecture Drawing I
  • Furniture Design
  • English Communication
  • Interior Architecture Studio 1
  • Architecture Drawing II
  • Building Construction & Materials
  • Architecture History 1
  • Architectural Digital Media 1 (MPU-U2)
  • Introduction to Writing & Research
  • Architectural Digital Media 2

Year 2 Subjects for the Diploma in Interior Architecture at UCSI University

The winners of the 17th MIID Interior Design competition from UCSI University

The winners of the 17th MIID Interior Design competition from UCSI University

  • Furniture Workshop
  • Community Architecture (MPU-U4)
  • Interior Architecture Studio 2
  • Architecture Drawing III
  • Building Construction I
  • Architecture History 2
  • Services
  • Interior Architecture Studio 3
  • Interior Architecture Technology 2
  • Professional Office Practice (MPU-U3)
  • Interior Architecture Research & Development
  • Working Drawing

Year 3 Subjects for the Diploma in Interior Architecture at UCSI University

  • Industry Experience

Elective (to choose max 2 courses to make up 4 credits to graduate) 

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Extra-curricular Learning Experience 1
  • Extra-curricular Learning Experience 2

UCSI University produces Award Winners in Interior Architecture and Architecture Competitions

DETA 2012 saw Simon Chong Sin Man of UCSI University emerge as Champion. Simon’s idea of an eco-friendly cafeteria for factory workers integrated with trees where food waste can be recycled into fertiliser.

DETA 2012 saw Simon Chong Sin Man of UCSI University emerge as Champion. Simon’s idea of an eco-friendly cafeteria for factory workers integrated with trees where food waste can be recycled into fertiliser.

Simon Chong Sin Man, Interior Architecture degree student from UCSI University, was 1 out of 3 students who emerged as winners of the Dulux Emerging Talent Awards (DETA) 2012. Specially brought to the Interior Design students by AkzoNobel, DETA 2012 aims to unearth and nurture emerging talent while also grooming these young designers to become sustainability-conscious leaders of the future.

A group of Interior Architecture students from UCSI University recently swept 13 prizes at the 17th Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) Interior Design Competition. Wong Sye Jia and Tan Chir Eye – who clinched first place in the Residential Design and Hospitality Design categories, respectively. Themed, ‘Re-invent’, the national competition saw UCSI students bag first and second place in Residential Design and Commercial Design; first place in Hospitality Design, Installation Design and Performance; and another six awards in other categories such as furniture design, photography, and sketching, among others.

UCSI is the best for interior architecture in Malaysia seeing the number of awards that their students have

Winners of the MIID Furniture Design Competitioin, Gee Sze Yong, 19, Ting Ying San, 21 and Lim Chuun Kiat, 19 who are pursuing the Diploma in Architecture Studies and Interior Architecture at UCSI University

Winners of the MIID Furniture Design Competitioin, Gee Sze Yong, 19, Ting Ying San, 21 and Lim Chuun Kiat, 19 who are pursuing the Diploma in Architecture Studies and Interior Architecture at UCSI University

won.

  • UCSI University Architecture student, Lam Chee Hau, won Silver in the 2015 Nippon Young Designers Award in the Architecture Category
  • UCSI University Architecture student, Lam Chee Hau won Honorary Mention in the 2014 Nippon Young Designers Award in the Architecture Category
  • UCSI University Architecture students, Wan Mei Zhen, won Silver and Tan Kwon Chong Best Green Innovation & Honorary Mention in the 2013 Nippon Young Designers Award in the Architecture Category
  • UCSI University Architecture student, Yap Yan Xun, won Honorary Mention in the 2010 Nippon Young Designers Award in the Architecture Category
  • UCSI University Interior Architecture student, Sherilyn Kee En En, won Best Colour Choice Award in the 2014 Nippon Young Designers Award in the Interior Design Category
  • UCSI University Interior Architecture student, Ng Ann Kee, won Students’ Choice Award in the 2010 Nippon Young Designers Award in the Interior Design Category
  • Gee Sze Yong, 19, Ting Ying San, 21 and Lim Chuun Kiat, 19 who are pursuing the Diploma in Architecture Studies and Interior Architecture programme at UCSI University win in the Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) furniture design competition 2014
  • UCSI University recently swept 13 prizes at the 17th MIID Interior Design Competition 2013. Themed, ‘Re-invent’, the national competition saw UCSI students bag first and second place in Residential Design and Commercial Design; first place in Hospitality Design, Installation Design and Performance; and another six awards in other categories such as furniture design, photography, and sketching, among others.
  • UCSI University architecture students win 7 awards in the 25th Persatuan Arkitek Malaysia (PAM) Architectural Students Workshop 2013

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