Taylor’s grants for biz students

FOR the fourth year running, Taylor’s Business School (TBS) awarded scholarships to students from both Chinese independent schools and national schools. 

For the recent intake, RM750,000 worth of scholarships were given to 19 students who enrolled in either Taylor’s Business Foundation programme or the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Bachelor of Business programmes. To date, about RM5mil worth of scholarships have been given out to more than 160 students. 

Said TBS chief operating officer Ooi Chee Kok: “We will continue to provide opportunities for students who need financial assistance to realise their dreams of gaining a well-respected business degree from our partner, the University of Technology Sydney.” 

A special feature of the TBS-UTS business programme is the numerous co-curricular activities that students can choose to join. Among them is an exchange programme with the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, as well as internship opportunities with corporations like PricewaterhouseCoopers, DaimlerChrysler, National Panasonic and L’oreal. 


o TAYLOR’S College students who sat for the November 2003 Cambridge GCE A-Levels achieved a pass rate of 97.3%, the highest since 1999. A total of 184 students sat for the A-Levels. 

One hundred per cent passes were recorded for Computing and Business Studies.  

Seven out of 12 subjects offered at A-Levels in the College achieved more than a 90% pass rate. The 5A students were: Barathy Rani Ramasamy, Kong Khai Lin, Namritha Unnikrishnan, Navneetha Unnikrishnan and Sonja Lim Ern-Ling. 

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