Are you part of The Risers?

Get a sneak peek into university life and win freebies and tickets to exclusive events when you download The Risers app

GOOD news for Form Four and Five students. You can now explore your future education options and chat with awesome college seniors while collecting points to redeem free gifts and passes to rad events and workshops – all on your phone.

Useful information and exciting events are now available right at your fingertips.

Engaging with The Risers app will allow students to gain invites to exciting events.Engaging with The Risers app will allow students to gain invites to exciting events.

A Taylor’s College’s outreach programme, The Risers features a portal and mobile application that features educational and lifestyle content, self-help tips, and also provides an avenue for you to interact with other secondary school students and Taylor’s brand ambassadors aka The Risers to discover your passion, future careers and university pathways.

The portal will also provide content for educators with regards to teaching tips and other related information.

Secondary school students can be part of the Risers community.Secondary school students can be part of the Risers community.

The Risers mobile application works on a gamification and reward system, which will allow you to earn points to unlock benefits made available by Taylor’s. All you need to do is to download The Risers app from Google Play Store or Apple App Store, and start exploring by commenting, liking or sharing posts to gain points.

You can use your points to unlock various user levels, register for events, win cool merchandise, movie tickets or food vouchers, and eventually also post content on the app.

You can look forward to events such as a performing arts workshop, SPM seminars, life skills workshops, and an exclusive The Risers celebration.

Additionally, The Risers app allows you to fast track the process for Taylor’s scholarships and bursaries applications.

As the cherry on the pie, the first 100 who download the app and register will receive a free Risers T-shirt, food vouchers, and stand a chance to win a Nintendo Switch Lite. The Grand Prize winner will be announced via Taylor’s College Facebook page and Instagram @mytaylorscollege.

"We will be hosting a fun-filled launch event via Facebook Live where you can watch performances, enjoy a magic show by Ross Stephenson, take part in prize giveaways, and even learn a dance! Be sure to register here to receive launch details!"

Participants will be in for a treat as the event promises to be an engaging one with your Risers hosts – national karate athlete Shahmalarani Chandran, entrepreneur Rodric Chan, DJ Yusef Kifah, aspiring educator Jasmine Siw and outgoing NGO volunteer Liew Kwan Jet.

Taylor’s University deputy vice chancellor and chief academic officer Prof Dr Pradeep Nair said that The Risers is part of the college’s efforts to assist secondary school students as they shift gears into university life and ease their anxieties.

“The Risers is our effort to bridge the gap between secondary school and college, to help secondary school students discover their potential and the world of possibilities open to them especially in this era of the fourth Industrial Revolution whereby students need to take on and thrive in jobs that don’t yet exist and capitalise on ecosystems that we have never been seen before, ” said Prof Pradeep.

To find out more about The Risers and register to attend the launch, visit

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