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TEACHING is a highly skilled occupation as educators are required to do many things that fall outside the realm of teaching.
ESTABLISHED in 1969, Taylor’s first made its mark as a college that offered pre-university programmes. It served as a gateway for students to pursue further education in top universities around the world.
MORE THAN 3,000 students of Taylor’s International School campuses in Kuala Lumpur and Puchong came together for a two-day National Day celebration.
JOHOR BARU: University student Anis Syakirah wants to see an end to the posting of racist remarks on social media.
From the sights and sounds, British band Duran Duran embodied everything about that decade with its masterpiece of an album – Rio.
STUDENTS of Taylor’s International School Puchong had a good reason to be footloose and fancy free when the school staged its first ever musical.
IN line with the increasing demand for strategic-level thinkers and skillful communicators in the industry, Taylor’s School of Communication (SOC) has created a conducive environment where best practices are shared and ideas explored, to uncover the full potential of both its students and staff.
It is interesting to note how some alternative sports like ultimate Frisbee and dodgeball can take off after the release of a movie.
DURING the recent Teachers Day celebrations, the Taylor’s Alumni Relations Office organised a special event to celebrate Vijaya Samarawickrama, a Taylor’s University lecturer from the American Degree Transfer Programme(ADP).
Residents of the Seri Pantai People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Kuala Lumpur can look forward to bettering their lives through business with a special Entrepreneurship Programme initiated by Taylor’s Education Group in collaboration with CIMB Islamic Bank.