Taylor-ed for success
There are eight facets to TGC – Discipline-specific Knowledge, lifelong learning, Thinking and Problem solving skills, Communication skills, Interpersonal skills, Intrapersonal skills, Citizenship and Global Perspectives and Digital literacy.
These attributes are instilled at co-curricular and extracurricular levels, providing students ample opportunities for development across the university. It ranges from international collaborations, fairs, community service initiatives, sports and recreational activities, competitions, internships and other personal and professional development activities.
six years from its implementation, the initiative has enabled Taylor’s University students to do well in their fields. In the Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) Tracer study 2011, it was revealed that Taylor’s University bachelor’s degree graduates’ average monthly starting pay is at the top 25% among other graduates of the same disciplines in Malaysia.
The employability of Taylor’s students and graduates is testament to the effectiveness of the inclusion of the TGC initiative in the pedagogy available at Taylor’s University.
Taylor’s also prides itself on the delivery of a holistic education that results not just in excellent academic accomplishments but also in graduates with qualities that are highly sought after in the global marketplace.
Taylor’s University strives to turn its students into talented graduates who are highly sought-after by employers.