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In 2009, voted as most popular private college/university in Malaysia, Taylor’s College is one of the Malaysia’s oldest and most successful private education institutions, which gains numerous enviable achievements. Lie within the huge Taylor’s education network, Taylor’s University College Lakeside Campus is another campus, side by side with Taylor’s College Subang Jaya and Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas, gearing towards to the peak of Malaysia’s educational circle.

Ranging from award winning programs to internationally recognized study fields, scholars are exposed to chance in experiencing world-class education, for either Pre-U or degree transfer studies.

MQA’s Setara: ’09, Tier 5 (EXCELLENT)
> Internationally Recognized Pre-U Programs
> Experienced & Professional Academic Staffs
> Up-to-date Teaching & Learning Framework
> Strategic Location
> 24-hour Online Payment Service
> World-class Universities Partnerships
> Well-equipped Facilities

Taylor’s Education Group

Taylor’s College Subang Jaya
Address
1, Jalan SS15/8,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia
Contact
Tel: 603-5636 2641
Fax: 603-5634 5209
E-mail: admissions@taylors.edu.my
Official Website
www.taylors.edu.my
Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas
Address
G1 Ground Floor,
62, Jalan Sri Hartamas 1,
Sri Hartamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Contact
Tel: 603-6203 0168
Fax: 603-6203 0198
E-mail: admissions@taylors.edu.my
Official Website
www.taylors.edu.my
No Schools/Centers Breakdowns
1 Pre-U Studies 1.1 A-Level
1.2 Pre-U
1.3 Matriculation
1.4 Diploma
2 American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP) 2.1 Actuarial Science
2.2 Applied Science
2.3 Business
2.4 Computer Science
2.5 Engineering
2.6 Mass Communication
2.7 Psychology
2.8 Social Science & Liberal Arts

Wisdom  •  Inspiring  •  Excellence

1. Pre-U Studies

1.1 A-Level
– Cambridge A Level (CAL)

1.2 Pre-U
– Canadian Pre-University (CPU)

1.3 Matriculation
– South Australian Matriculation (SAM)

1.4 Diploma
– International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP)

2. American Degree Transfer Program (ADTP)

2.1 Actuarial Science
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

2.2 Applied Science
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

2.3 Business
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

2.4 Computer Science
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

2.5 Engineering
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

2.6 Mass Communication
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

2.7 Psychology
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

2.8 Social Science & Liberal Arts
– Bachelor (Degree) 2+2

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  • […] which gains numerous enviable achievements. Lie within the huge Taylor’s education network, Taylor’s College Subang Jaya and Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas are another 2 campuses, side by side with Taylor’s […]

  • alireza says:

    Hi.
    my son is studying architecture in university in our country . He passed 70 credit in this subject and I want to send him to your university , so , can he continue his studying in there or he must start from the beginning ?

    With best regard
    Alireza

  • PERCY nemi says:

    Percy Nemi is a construction technician under the Civil and Building Department of Takoradi Polytechnic- Ghana.He is also a holder of Diploma in Project Management ,I.C.M.-(U.K.),Diploma in Computer Aided Design ( AutoCAD), Certificate in Chief Architect Application,Certificate in Information Technolgy (I.T) from Commonwealth Institute of Technology and Management-Ghana,and three (3)years self-employed working experience in the field of Architetural draughtmanship.
    Percy Nemi is currently working with a mining company by name Adamus Resources Limited, an Australia mining company loacted at Nkroful, in the western part of Ghana as a CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR.
    Percy Nemi is ready to make any payment of tution fees if admission get to his mails.
    Thank you.

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