Malaysia’s Taylor’s University is Ranked 89th in Asia According to QS Asia University Rankings 2021
Taylor’s is Top 100 in Asia According to Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings: Asia 2021
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Taylor’s University kicks off the QS World University Rankings 2021 series with an outstanding performance as the university climbed 135 spots, to rank 379 globally. The university is now placed amongst the top flight of universities in the world, making it the top Malaysian private university, according to the QS world rankings report.
In addition, Taylor’s is also now ranked Top 100 in Asia the QS Asia University Rankings 2021.
Earlier this year, Taylor’s University retained its Top 20 world ranking for the fiercely contested Hospitality and Leisure Management subject in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020, making it the only university in Malaysia to be in the Top 20 ranking. The university is also currently ranked 109th in the QS Asia University Rankings 2020.
Taylor’s University Vice Chancellor and President Professor Michael Driscoll takes the latest global achievements as a vote of confidence in the teaching and learning strategy that Taylor’s University is pursuing.
“The latest QS World University Rankings confirms Taylor’s University as the best private university in Malaysia. It also recognises the world-class education we provide for our students. My congratulations go to all the staff, students and partners of Taylor’s for their continued commitment to excellence.
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Taylor’s University is Top in Malaysia and Top in in Asia
Taylor’s University continues to break barriers as the institution is now ranked 89 in Asia according to the latest QS Asia University Rankings 2021 exercise. Rising 90 ranks since 2016, the University made positive strides in Academic Reputation, Employer Reputation, Internationalisation and Faculty – Student ratio.
Taylor’s University Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Michael Driscoll shared that the institution was anticipating this achievement following an outstanding year in various QS rankings exercises. Taylor’s University kicked off 2020 by attaining the top private university in Malaysia and Southeast Asia position in the QS World University Rankings 2021. Following that, the institution broke into the QS Top 50 Under 50 2021, making it the only Malaysian private university to be ranked within the coveted Top 50 Under 50. The achievements are the results of a massive team effort at Taylor’s and close engagement with industry partners.
“Despite the unprecedented pandemic, our vision of radical administrative and curriculum reforms has served us well, as we accelerated our digitalisation efforts to pave the way for innovation in teaching and learning. Our online learning, which has ensured learning continuity for our students throughout the government enforced campus closure, was subsequently awarded the QS 5 Stars rating. Following this, we will continue to push forward with our Borderless Learning concept and a unique ecosystem that future-proofs our graduates with intellectual knowledge, emotional capacities and entrepreneurial creativity to tackle the challenging job market,” said Professor Driscoll.
The institution’s Borderless Learning initiative, via its award-winning Virtual Learning Environment, enables local and international students to attend classes in either face-to-face or online mode, while engaging in discussions and projects virtually. The initiative includes Taylor’s Lecture Capture System (ReWIND), Lightboard Technology, a gamification system and hundreds of subject-specific microsites.