Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

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Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

No. 1, Jalan Taylor's
47500, Subang Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia.

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Taylor's University - An Overview
 

For over four decades (since 1969), Taylor’s higher education division has taken on the mantle of developing the nation’s youth into well-rounded, competitive and resilient human capital, contributing towards the development of Malaysia’s economic growth and prosperity. From its humble beginnings to its rise into a trademark of excellence and a global brand name, Taylor’s has scaled greater heights, constantly expanding its developmental horizons to stay abreast with the times.

Taylor's College started out in a small building in Jalan Pantai, Kuala Lumpur, offering the Victorian High School Certificate (VHSC) programme for a student population of 345. Since then, it has expanded to include Taylor’s College Subang Jaya (launched in 1989), Taylor’s College Petaling Jaya (launched in 1992), Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas (launched in 2008) and Taylor’s University  at the brand new Lakeside Campus (launched in 2010), with regional offices in Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuantan, Sabah and Sarawak.

A host of other programmes were introduced, including the South Australian Matriculation (SAM), Canadian Pre-University (CPU), American Degree Programme (ADP), Cambridge A Levels and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) as well as a comprehensive range of tertiary studies in fields such as Architecture, Design, Computer Science, Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Biosciences, Law, Business, Communications as well as Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts and Medicine
 
 
The commencement of work for the RM450 million Taylor's Lakeside Campus in early 2007 is indeed an exciting phase in the 40-year-old history of Taylor's, and underscores its continued commitment to self-development. It marks another major milestone for the institution, where great strides have been made since 1969. 
 
 
The Lakeside Campus will house all existing tertiary programmes under one roof. Set on 27 acres of tropical greenery near Jalan PJS 7/5, the campus is surrounded by a revived 5.5 acre man-made lake, as well as a landscape of water plants, trees and flowering shrubs, and groundcover that provides a rich and stimulating natural environment in the neighbourhood.
 
The completion of Taylor's Lakeside Campus is another step forward towards realising Taylor's mission to become a university of 20,000 students renowned for its teaching excellence and the distinctive quality of its graduates.
 
 
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Achievements

Taylor's University - Award and Recognition
 

         

2010
• Taylor's has been rated as 'Tier 5: Excellent' by the Ministry of Higher Education in the 2009 MQA Rating System for Malaysian Higher Education Institutions (SETARA ’09) announced on July 13, 2010.
 
•  Taylor's was awarded Gold Award in the Education and Learning category at the inaugural Putra Brand Awards 2010, a consumer research that measures the most preferred brand in Malaysia.
 
2009
• For the second time in a row, Taylor's University has been voted the "Most Popular Private College/University in Malaysia" in 2009. 
 
2008
•  Brand Excellence Award (Services) - Industry Excellence Awards 2008 by Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI), Malaysia.
 
• GTI Students' Choice Awards 2008 - Most Popular Educational Institution.
 
• Industry Excellence for Education Award 2008 (First Runners-up) from Malaysia Canada Business Council.
 
2007
• BrandLaureate Award 2006/2007 for brand excellence in the Education industry.
   
2006
• Taylor's College upgraded to University College by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, for their unwavering commitment towards excellence in teaching and learning. 
 
2005
• Excellence in Research and Development Award, awarded by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia.  
 
• First in Malaysia to be awarded the Cambridge International Fellowship Centre by the University of Cambridge International Examination Syndicate.
 
• Enterprise 50 Award from SMIDEC (Small and Medium Industries Development Corporation), in recognition of our global competitiveness.
 
2004
• Listed as a top private institution of higher learning in Malaysia in a survey by The Star, based on academic reputation, good facilities, and conducive environment.
 
• Small-to-Medium Sized Enterprise of the Year 2004 Award from the Malaysia Australia Business Council for the University of Technology Sydney - Taylor's Business Degree programme.
 
• Industry Excellence for Education Award 2004 and the Canadian High Commissioner Award 2004 from the Malaysia Canada Business Council. 
 
• National Creativity & Innovation Award 2004 for ‘Outstanding Brand Building' by Malaysia Design Technology Center.
 
• Certificate of Merit in the NPC Productivity Award 2003, by The National Productivity Centre.
 
2003
• Special Award from the Private Education Department, Ministry of Education.
 
 
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Student Services

Taylor's University Student Services

Mission Statement

  • The Student Experience Department is committed to provide a wide range of support services to students that focuses on an Awesome Customer Experience at Taylor’s, taking care of all their needs.

  • The Student Experience Department seeks to continuously provide a wide range of student activities and programmes particularly in the areas of character building, global outlook, communication skills, employability, leadership, interpersonal and intrapersonal skills and sportsmanship.

Student Experience

 

Student Central

Student Central is a one-stop-centre for students seeking assistance in general non-academic administrative matters. The centre provides convenient integrated services in collaboration with relevant departments, to give students the support and assistance they need.

Area of Focus

1. Enquiry
Student Central provides quality and convenient services that support and enhance students' study life at Taylor's. Through the Student Central Portal or at the Student Central counters, a variety of on-campus services are made available. Many of these service requests are online based to increase the efficiency and delivery of responses within 1 working day.

2. Information & Documents
Student Central provides quality and convenient services that support and enhance students' study life at Taylor's. Through the Student Central Portal or at the Student Central counters, a variety of on-campus services are made available. Many of these service requests are online based to increase the efficiency and delivery of responses within 1 working day.

3. e-Service Request
Student Central provides quality and convenient services that support and enhance students' study life at Taylor's. Through the Student Central Portal or at the Student Central counters, a variety of on-campus services are made available. Many of these service requests are online based to increase the efficiency and delivery of responses within 1 working day. 

Online services:

  • Accommodation - Check-out
  • Accommodation - Maintenance Service Request
  • Accommodation - Request for Change of Room
  • Request for Locker
  • Update Student Profile
  • Lost and Found / Lost of Student ID Card
  • Complaints, Suggestions or Compliments
  • E-Membership for Clubs and Societies
  • Submission of e-Proposal for Students' Events
  • Event Registration
  • Booking of Sports / Recreation Facilities
  • Campus Enquiry
  • Scholarship Application
     

Other e-Service Request (coming soon):

  • Career Services
  • International Office Services
  • Inter-Programme transfer
  • Individual Clearance

4. Collection Centre
The Student Central administers the issuance of Student ID and uniforms, as well as a "Lost & Found" service. Students can collect the following items from Student Central during operation hours.

  • Student ID Card
  • Uniform / Apparel
  • Lost & Found items
  • Letters & Parcels

5. Feedback
Taylor's constantly seeks ways to improve the quality of services, thus feedback from students is appreciated. Students can provide their feedback at any time using the online feedback form, or when online surveys are conducted.

  • Feedback Management (complaint, suggestion or compliment)
  • Student Satisfaction Survey - gathering of overall feedback from students


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Student Development Hub

The Student Development Hub provides opportunities for students to be an all-rounder through leadership, creative thinking, character building and community service initiatives.

Strategic avenues are created to enable students to develop life-skills and positive attributes while pursuing their studies at Taylor’s University:

  • Student’s Leadership
  • Community Service Initiatives (CSI)
  • Character Building
  • Student’s Leadership
     
1. LEAD @ Taylor’s University
LEAD is a customised leadership programme comprising of case study, workshop, team building activities and leadership development project. It provides emerging leaders with opportunities to examine the nature of good leadership with a large element of personal development for participants to explore their individual leadership styles, identify how to build on strengths and deal with weaknesses. At the end of the programme, students will be able to avoid common leadership pitfalls by mastering the skills of decision-making, goal setting and enhancing other skills set such as communication, teamwork, motivation, conflict management and perseverance.
 
2. Taylor’s University Student Council (TUSC)
Taylor’s University Student Council (TUSC) is a strategic platform for students to acquire in-depth leadership experience. TUSC serves as the chief representative body for students in the institution, with representation from all the schools. The TUSC ran annual elections to elect students to its various office-bearer positions as well as positions on the governing council. TUSC focuses primarily into student integration and welfare concerns and they regularly organises various on-campus events and campaigns to raise awareness and provide feedback to the institution on ways to improve the quality of life for students at Taylor’s. At the same time, TUSC also represents Taylor’s at external student events organised by the Ministry of Higher Education, corporate organisations and student bodies from other institutions.
 
3. Taylor’s University Ambassadors (T.U.A)
The Taylor’s University Ambassadors programme provides opportunity for students to gain multiple skills in the areas of event management, teambuilding, interpersonal communication, creative thinking and public speaking. By being involved in the T.U.A programme, students are able to master the art of communication and assess how effective usage of words choice, body language and listening can impact their relationship with others and make a lasting impression. T.U.A is the driver bringing forth positive experience for new students during the Orientation Week. Supported by the Taylor’s Orientation Committee, various team-building activities and familiarisation trip is organised to integrate and connect new students into the campus community.
 
Community Service Initiatives (CSI)
Community Service Initiatives (CSI) is a programme targeting at youth services. Youth service is critical to strengthen student’s senses of civic engagement and community, and help them to achieve their educational, developmental and social goals. CSI is a platform for students to be involved in various strategic service learning opportunities. The highlight of the CSI session is for students to be involved in a 7-Days Community Services Project focusing on Community Engagement, Educational, Personal Development and Social Responsibility. At the end of the journey, students will be able to understand the importance of volunteering and supporting sustainable community services. Engagement with the Community helps students to enhance their social perspectives to be socially responsible and contribute proactively to the community. In addition, it broadens their life experience enabling appreciation for challenging situations and strengthening self-perseverance.
 
Character Building
Many clubs and societies have been formed by students with wide ranges of interests, hobbies and backgrounds. These clubs and societies are important as they add colour and diversity into the campus life. At the same time, students are able to enhance their soft skills such as communications, teamwork, conflict management, creative thinking, problem solving and many more.
 
Listing of Clubs and Societies:
  1. Community Services
  2. Houses2Homes
  3. Movers ‘N’ Shakers
  4. International Affiliations
 
AIESEC TU:
  • Circle K
  • Leo Club
  • Rotaract Club
  • Taylor’s Lakeside Model United Nations
  • Toastmasters
  • Junior Chambers International
 
Liberal Arts and Science:
  • Accounting Club
  • Finance Innovation Club
  • Nature and Adventure
  • Sky Adventure Club
 
Performing Arts:
  • Beatbox Club
  • Dance Club
  • Society of Performing Arts
  • Symphonic Band
  • Taylor’s Music Club
 
Religious and Cultural:
  • Catholic Society
  • Chinese Society
  • Christian Fellowship
  • Indian Society
  • Muslim Students’ Association
 
Common Interests:
  • Backpackers Club
  • Editorial Board
  • Fashion Club
  • Food & Travelling Society (FATS)
  • K-GEN
  • Lakeside Debate Club
  • Liquid 360 Mixology Club
  • Malaysia Travelling Society (MTS)
  • Taylor’s Anime Society
  • Taylor’s Book Club
  • The Creativists
  • Photography Club
     

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Sports and Recreation Centre 

The Sports and Recreation Centre provides a platform for students to lead a healthy and positive lifestyle through various sporting and fitness activities. This centre is also committed to organising a wide variety of recreational activities to support the integration of students from different faculties, and at the same time allow them to have a balanced learning environment.

Area of Focus
 
1. On Campus Facilities
Taylor's University College Lakeside Campus is well equipped with sports facilities for students to enjoy a well-rounded and balanced student life on campus. The Sports and Recreation Centre will facilitate the booking and maintenance of various sports courts, equipment and other related sporting facilities. 
 
2. Recreation Activities
The Sports and Recreation Centre offers a range of short recreational courses in martial arts, holistic health, sports coaching etc. Social sporting competitions and events on campus, such as fun runs and Campus Race are also offered. In the Student Lounge, the students can chill out with a game of Foosball and Pool, compete in board games, spend time with friends at the Networking Room or catch some educational shows at the TV station. In addition, the centre organises a wide range of outdoor recreation activities including:
  • Jogging 
  • Kayaking
  • Camping 
  • Jungle Trekking
  • Rock Climbing
     
3. Sports Clubs
The Sports and Recreation Centre is committed to ensure a continuous growth of the Taylor's Sports Clubs, namely: 
  • Futsal 
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Bowling
  • Athletics
  • Basketball 
  • Dodgeball
  • Rugby
  • Table tennis
  • Swimming
  • Squash
  • Frisbee
  • Volleyball
  • Yoga
  • Martial Arts
  • Others
     
4. Coaching and Competitions
The Sports and Recreation Centre provides training for students in various sports activities and encourages them to participate actively in sports competition. Services include: 
  • 2-months intensive training prior to any major events, such as MAPCU, MAHSISWA, SIPMA, etc.
  • Experienced coaches to conduct the training during this period 
  • Training sessions that would be conducted based on the needs and requirements required 
  • Development of new sporting activities and tournaments
     

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International Office

Taylor's International Office provides support services to promote the well-being and social interaction of international students and help ease their transition into a new and diverse learning environment.

Areas of Focus

1. Registration
 
  • Registration
       Admission Services including advisory on eligibility, course selection and fees advise.
 
  • Student Pass and Visa Consultation and Support
       Coordinate with the Malaysia Immigration Department and MOHE for proper approval and documentation. 
 
  • Airport Pick-Up services
       Facilitation of Airport Pick-Up Services and Immigration Clearance.
 
2. Welfare and Social Interactions
 
  • Immersion Programme
        For the first 6 months in Taylor's University: 
 
a) International Students Pre-Orientation:
- Get to know one another (Welcome Party) 
- City Tour and Sight-Seeing
- Get to know your Campus (Treasure Hunt)
- Halal / Non-Halal Makan Places & Spiritual Facility
- Introduction to International Student Council / Societies
b) Survival Booklet
c) Taylor's International Buddy Programmes
 
  • Social Welfare 
        A comprehensive range of welfare services is provided:
 
a) Health and Medical Related Assistance
b) Emergency assistance
c) Social welfare matters
 
  • Social Lifestyle 
        Focus on on-campus & multicultural experiences:
 
a)International Student Council / Societies
- Bonding Sessions 
- Campus Gatherings 
- International Student Cultural Night
- International Student Events
 
  • Social Networks 
        Reaching out to the communities and off-campus networking opportunities: 
a) Embassy and High Commissioner's events
b) Open House - National and International Festive Celebrations
c) Cultural Exchange and Homestay Programmes
d) MOHE Initiated Activities
e) Discovery Trips
f) Corporate organisations networking avenues
 

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International Student Services

Taylor’s International Student Services promotes the well-being and social interaction of international students and eases their transition into a multicultural and diverse learning environment. 
 
Areas of Focus:
 
1. Immersion Programme with comprehensive support for international students in the first 6 months at Taylor’s University. Various initiatives are implemented to CONNECT students into:
 
  • Campus Lifestyle
International Buddies, International Student Council / Clubs, Group Interactive Sessions, International Facebook Page, International Welcome Pack and Ice-Breaking Sessions.
  • Spiritual Networks, Health and Emotional Support
Spiritual Networks, Introduction to Counselling and Psychological Centre / Health Services Centre, Specialised Workshops and Talks
  • Food and Culture
Halal and Non-Halal Eating Places, Food Trails, International Student Survival Kit and Cultural Talk.
  • City and Malaysia
Introduction to Malaysia, KL City FAM Trip, International Student Handbook
 
2. Social Welfare
 
  • Medical and Hospitalisation Health Cover
  • Helpline support
 
3. Social Lifestyle focusing on student’s On-Campus and Multicultural Experiences:
 
  • International Student Council
  • International Student Clubs
KOMANDO – Indonesia
TAPS – Pakistan
CSSA – China
TMS – Myanmar
  • Bonding Sessions and Campus Gatherings
  • International Leadership Camp
  • International Student Cultural Night
 
4. Social Networks reaching out to the Communities and Off-Campus Networking Opportunities:
 
  • Embassies and High Commissioner’s events
  • National and International Festive Celebrations
  • Dialogues / Forum / Events by the Ministry of Higher Education and other Institutions
  • Homestay and Discovery Trips

 

  taylors student cycle chart  


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Career Services Centre

Career Services is committed in providing quality services and programmes to assist students in planning and deciding on career pathways, preparing for job search and interviews, and enhancing their employment opportunities. Career Services focuses on the following areas:

 
Areas of Focus
1.
Career Talks & Workshops
Career Services offers a number of career talks and workshops to better prepare students for future career exploration and job search. Various talks and workshops are organised every semester to cover topics that focus on resume & cover letter writing, interviewing skills, mock interviews, life as an accountant, careers in tax vs. audit, employer information sessions with GE, HSBC and many more.
 
2.
Industry Visits
The industry visits give students the opportunity to experience the working environment of a corporate company, understand the company's structure and culture, and discover career opportunities within a company or industry.
 
 
3.
Career and Employment Fair
The Career and Employment Fair is an annual fair organised by Career Services. HR managers and directors from top world-class companies gather on campus to interview and recruit outstanding graduating students.
 
 
4.
Employability Skills Programme
A series of skills development workshops and training is conducted for students in areas such as teamwork, problem solving and interpersonal skills. This is to assist students in developing the skills and confidence needed to increase their employment options and enhance their employability.
 
 
5.
Internship 
The internship programme provides students with a work-and-learn experience that complements their classroom curriculum. This opportunity will enable them to learn how to apply theories in an industry, explore career options and gain knowledge of the working world.
 
6.
Job Placement
Students can access the Job Placement Portal which is powered by Jobstreet to search and apply for jobs that include full time, part-time and internship positions. The online system also allows employers to post and manage job vacancies. Career Services sends e-bulletins to graduating students and graduates (those that fall within a year of graduation) to update them on available job vacancies.
 
 
7.
Career Resource Centre
The Career Resource Centre provides students with reference materials and information about occupations, corporations and career opportunities. Materials include career related references, books, electronic career assessment tests and others.
 
 
8.
Career Counselling
Career counselling is a one to one appointment with the Career Counsellor. Students can discuss or seek for advice on career related issues such as, "What are employers looking for?", "How can I best market myself to employers?" and 'What are my career options?"
 
9.
Resume Checking
The Career Services will help to review students' resume and cover letter and give them suggestions on where they might have gone wrong, how to avoid common mistakes and how to highlight their expertise.
 
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Student Mobility Office

 
Roles of the Student Mobility Office:
1. To encourage co-operation between Universities and other education institutions in order to increase awareness among students of the various opportunities to study abroad as part of an exchange programme. 
 
2. To promote student mobility among Universities and other education institutions, and increase student participation and involvement in the global community.
 
3. To support the Academic Divisions in establishing networks to facilitate the mobility of undergraduate and graduate students to and from Taylor’s University.
 
4. To provide services to students embarking on Student Mobility programmes: 
  • Arrangements for Meet and Greet at the airport of arrival
  • Engagement with Taylor’s Exchange Buddies
  • Adaptation into Taylor’s Student Lifestyle
  • Introduction to Malaysia and City Tour
  • Comprehensive Medical and Hospitalisation Health Cover 
  • Emergency Assistance 
  • International Student Mobility Application and Guideline 
  • Pre-Departure Guideline 
  • Liaison for Student Pass and Visa and 
  • Taylor's Residences

 

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Counseling and Psychological Services Centre

Counselling and Psychological Services Centre (CPSC) aims at helping students resolve personal difficulties and acquire skills, attitudes and knowledge that will enable them to take full advantage of their experience at Taylor's.

The primary goal of counselling is to help students develop the personal awareness and skills necessary to overcome problems and to grow and develop in ways that will allow them to take advantage of the educational opportunities at the university.

CPSC provides not only individual and group counselling, but it also offers on-going seminars, workshops and conferences aimed at equipping the campus community with knowledge and skills to enhance the emotional, intellectual, physical and social health and welfare of the students.
 
Areas of Focus at CPSC:
  • On-going seminars, conferences and workshops
  • Individual and group counselling, and direct crisis intervention services. 
     
1.
On-going seminars, conferences and workshops
CPSC provides a broad range of educational workshops, seminars and conferences to students, lecturers and support staff. Some of the examples are: 
 
Academic Concerns
  • Adjusting to Life on Campus
  • How to Approach a Lecturer for Help
  • End of Semester Stress
  • Improving Motivation
     
Alcohol and Substance Abuse/Addiction
  • Alcohol Awareness
  • Alcohol Education
  • Responsible Decisions about Drinking
  • Early Signs of Alcohol Problems
  • Street Terms: Drugs and Drug Trade
  • Overcoming computer addiction
 
Anxiety, Stress and Depression
  • Stress Management
  • Recognising and Dealing with Depression
  • How to Handle Fears
  • Maintaining a Balance: A Self Help Guide for Students
 
Grief, Loss and Trauma
  • Living with Loss
  • Surviving Effects of Trauma
  • The Road to Resilience
  • Understanding Grief
 
Eating Disorders
  • Body image and eating disorders
  • Anorexia and bulimia
 
Personal Power
  • Building Self-Esteem and Confidence
  • Dealing with Anger
  • How to say "no"
  • Learning to Accept Yourself
  • Self-Assertiveness
 
Relationships
  • Becoming Open to Others
  • Dating Skills
  • Friendship Building
  • Handling Common Relationship Problems
  • Coping with a Broken Relationship
 
Sexuality and Gender Issues
  • Physical Intimacy
  • Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Sex and Responsibility
  • Love or lust?
 
Suicide and Risk-Taking Behaviours
  • Understanding and Preventing Suicide
  • When you feel like hurting yourself: What to do?
  • Coping with a Loss Due to Suicide
 
2.
Individual and group counselling, and direct crisis intervention services to the campus community.
Students who come to the centre on an emergency basis receive crisis intervention help from the staff counsellors. These intervention services may include an initiation of on-going counselling and/or referral to additional university and community resources. CPSC also provides consultation to faculty and staff working in crisis situations where student well-being in a classroom or other university setting is of concern.
CPSC provides qualified, professional medical services to care for any physical illness and challenges that the students may face as they experience life at Taylor's.
 

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Health Services Centre

Health Services Centre (HSC) provides qualified, professional medical services to care for minor physical illness and challenges that the students may face while at Taylor’s.
 
Services are for the following minor injuries:
  • First Aid Treatment – for example, cuts, sprains, muscle pull, burns, etc
  • Fever and headache
  • Gastric pain
  • Blood pressure checking
  • Fainting spells
  • Severe menstrual/period cramps
  • Emergency care – unconscious
  • Cough, flu, sore throat

 

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Facilities

Facilities in Taylor's University

Taylor's provides the necessary conducive environment for learning and development, to complement our quality academic programmes. Our campuses provide students with a comprehensive list of features and facilities to cater to our students' learning needs and comfort during their years with us.

 
  
 
Service Facilities:
  • Student Central
  • Enrollment & Admission Centre / Waiting or Counseling Room
  • ICT Helpdesk
  • Counseling and Psychological Services Centre
  • Surau
  • Library Services
  • Centre for Research & Development
  • Sports & Recreation Centre
  • Sick Bay
  • Commercial Block
  • Hostel
  • Enterprise Corridor
  • MPH
  • Lecture Theatres
  • Teaching & Language Centre
  •   
Academic Facilities:
  • Graduate School
  • Anatomy Laboratory
  • The Gallery & Critique Room
  • Design Studios
  • Drawing Room/Printmaking Room
  • Photo Studio
  • Audio Recording Studio & Audio Editing Laboratory
  • Engineering Laboratory
  • Restaurants
  • Wine Lab
  • Computer Labs
  • Moot Court
 
 
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Accommodation

Taylor's University - Accommodation

U Residences

    

  Accommodation Rates

Nos Per Room Type Room Type

Monthly Rental
RM

General Deposit
RM

Admin Charges
RM

6 Months Advance 
Rental
RM

Total 
First Payment 
RM
(USD)

2 AC En-Suite (Twin) 920 1500 200 5520 7220 (USD2407)
2 AC Twin 820 1500 200 4920 6620 (USD2207)
1 AC En-Suite (Single) 1200 1500 200 7200 8900 (USD2967)
1 AC Single 1100 1500 200 6600 8300 (USD2767)

 

 

Amenities include: 
  • Complete with bed, mattress, wardrobe, study table and chair
  • Pantry on every floor with refrigerator, microwave and locked storage space
  • Ample parking spaces for parents and students
  • Waiting lounge area
  • Wi-fi Internet access
  • On site maintenance available for emergencies
  • Baggage room to store luggage for odd hour check-ins and check-outs
  • Male and female surau
  • Access card system to control access to certain blocks
  • 24-hour security surveillance system
  • Trained live-in residence officers to help students, especially in the case of emergencies
  • Residence Customer Service Centre to assist students and parents on all residence matters
  • Housekeeping services for all common areas are provided
  • Housekeeping for individual units can be made available upon request, based on separate arrangements
  • Maintenance services to rectify any maintenance issues
  • Located above the Boardwalk – 2 storeys of shops offering food and beverage, stationeries, banking, entertainment, health & fitness, laundry services, money exchange and a post office.
  • Daily shuttle service transports students to the Subang Jaya campus, Sunway Pyramid and Setiajaya KTM station.
 
Ruemz Hotel
Next to U Residences and Board Walk is a chic and modern boutique hotel known as the Ruemz Hotel. Available for public bookings, the hotel has a lobby and 7 floors with 80 single and twin-sharing rooms with attached bathrooms, and one connecting room on every floor for families. There is also a restaurant serving meals throughout the day and a 24-hour mini mart. Ruemz Hotel is operated by a group of full-time employees and selected students from the School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts. 
 
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Taylor's University Lakeside Campus Facilities

Location and Map

Location: 
Selangor