A collaboration of the ADP School of Liberal Arts & Sciences lecturers and students, ‘Macbeth - A Musical Theatre’ was being hailed as an educational charity event with net proceeds channeled to the Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation.
Taylor’s University Center for Languages launched the second edition of the “Stories From” book series, titled “As Life Found Me”, with a range of activities to raise awareness about the special needs community.
Furry Tails is an event brought to you by Public Relations students from Taylor's ADP, to raise funds to sponsor a cattery for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).
A community-based design workshop led by distinguished Malaysian architects which focuses on five specific themes in urban development, aims to inspire a new trend of thought in bottom-up architecture design.
"Pink Ribbon" is a 3-day Breast Cancer Awareness campaign hosted by the 2014 Event Management students in TULC in conjunction with the Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Taylor’s Business School (TBS) students in partnership with Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK) assisted members of Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia (AIM) in managing their finances and improving the marketing aspects of their business.
Simon Williams and Hafiz Zamri led their students of Centre for Languages at Taylor's University into a partnership with refugee children to tell and illustrate their unique and inspiring stories to the world.
Master's level students from the School of Architecture, Building, and Design at Taylor's University consulted with experts, submitted plans, and travelled to Bario, Sarawak to design structures that were culturally appropriate.
Taylor's University staff and students invited local orphan children to the campus to celebrate the festive season, participate in fun activities, and provide them with food and presents to cheer and encourage their hearts.
A social business project initiated by TBS that focuses on training, employing and empowering the deaf. This is a not for profit organization that seeks to change how society sees the disabled.
Students from Taylor's Business School have been learning about developing and promoting a produce business through an on-campus market that helps to develop local agri-business enterprise.
Taylor`s Business School reached out with this community service project to the Somali Fugee School and helped them to develop an Online Learning Program mentored by TBS students.
Under the direction of Hafiz Zamri from the School of Design, students from Taylor's University partnered with Zoo Negara in preparing a new home for Malaysia's Pandas. Students designed murals and then decorated the construction site
A Taylor's Business School project that seeks to bring business principles to local village entrepreneurs seeking to effectively market their goods and services in Johor.
Taylor’s Legal Aid Centre is a project managed by the students of Taylor's Law School. Under the guidance of their lecturers, students put what they have learned into practice for the benefit of the community.
A community outreach program to the Orang Asli in Cameron Highlands, conducted by the students of Taylor's award winning School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts.
In partnership with The EDGE Education Foundation (TEEF) and Ernst and Young, Taylor's Business School students have been providing tutorial support for children in disadvantaged neighbourhoods.
In partnership with Khind Starfish Foundation, the compassionate medical students of Taylor’s School of Medicine (TUSOM) bring hope and joy to the children living in the Pusat Jagaan Beribuan Kasih orphanage.
Under the direction of Project WHEE! supported by Dana Belia and eHomemakers, students from Taylor's School of Education traveled to Bario to teach English, work alongside local villagers and learn about rural communities.
The Responsible Rural Tourism Network (R2TN) is a partnership among Malaysian universities, funded by the Malaysian government and led by Taylor's Dr Vikneswaran Nair. It is conducting a five year study into rural tourism.
In collaboration with WWF-Malaysia, the students of Taylor's Business School embarked on a “Save the Turtles for Our Children” campaign to raise awareness and funds for endangered turtle species.
Temptations restaurant is a working classroom where Taylor's Tourism & Hospitality students learn to cooperate as a team to prepare and serve meals for the Taylor's community of staff and students.
University Core Modules, or Service Learning Modules, are those community service projects that are designed right into the curriculum. This holistic approach to education ensures that our students not only have the knowledge that they need to be successful in their careers, but also the leadership and communication skills to engage with the communities where they live and work. This program also helps to develop an attitude of compassion for others in order to prepare Taylor’s students to “take their productive place as leaders in the global community.”