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RECOGNISING the changing nature of the workforce, Taylor’s University has taken the necessary steps to ensure its students are equipped with the soft skills they need, which are important to have as in the fourth Industrial Revolution, human-centred characteristics will become more important than task-based characteristics.
SACE International (formerly South Australian Matriculation) students at Taylor’s College enjoy a unique privilege – access to academics who have an established track record in providing students with the best teaching and learning experience.
FOR Cambridge A-Levels (CAL) student Vythilingam Siva Shanmugam, his time at Taylor’s College allowed him to get the grounding he needed to get into his dream university – University of Cambridge.
Children infected and affected by HIV need help. Volunteers can make a difference by mentoring and tutoring these children so they could complete their secondary school education.
AS Malaysia moves into a higher skill level workforce, youths need to prepare for a variety of roles in a future that is being transformed by digitisation and automation. While it is difficult to accurately predict available jobs in the future, a good indicator is the current trends to predict skill types graduates need to possess by the time they enter the industry.
PETALING JAYA: Taylor’s University is the fourth best in the world based on its score of 99.7/100 in the graduate employment rate indicator under the 2019 QS Graduate Employability Rankings.
ONLINE shopping has become extremely popular in Malaysia, especially in recent years. With large e-marketplaces in place and a growing e-commerce adoption rate, Shopee identifies nine different personas of an online shopper. Take a look to see if any of these descriptions fits you.
The threat of cyberbullying is increasing for celebrities.
AS a provider of top legal education in the country, Taylor’s Law School has taken it upon itself to provide its students with a holistic education, which will allow them to perform competitively at both the national and global level.
BENGALURU: Australia’s Coca-Cola Amatil said it was looking into the potential sale of its fruit and vegetable packaging unit after the loss-making business contributed to a drop in its first-half revenue.