Taylor's University

Quick Facts
  • Faculty
  • FASS
  • Level
  • UG
  • Agreement Type
  • Overseas
  • Subject Area
  • Visual Arts and Visual Communication Design
  • Partner's Min GPA
  • 2.5
  • Country
  • Malaysia


Partner may have none or limited courses in English for exchange students.
Please check the language of instruction for the courses within the agreement that you wish to be​ placed.​
Please make sure to check partner's website for the up-to-date information on language and entry requirements.

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‣ About

About Taylor's University

Taylor's University (commonly called as Taylor’s) is a private university in Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. It was founded in 1969 as a college and now is a member of Taylor’s Education Group in Malaysia. Over the years, Taylor’s has become one of Malaysia's most successful and reputable private higher education institutions. The university offers comprehensive range of courses at all levels to students and has been noticed for the innovative teaching methodologies. Taylor’s welcomes so many international students from different cultures and countries in every year. All classes in Taylor’s University are taught in English and students will be studying alongside regular Taylor’s University students. On-Campus Private Accommodation on single / twin sharing basis are available. The main campus called Taylor's University Lakeside Campus. International Student Services at Taylor's offer a range of support services for all our international students including the exchange students.For more information visit the web page (https://university.taylors.edu.my/campus-life/student-experience/international-student-experience) - Taylor’s University’s is listed among the top 250 universities in Asia in the QS Asia Ranking. - Taylor's Bachelor of Laws degree received recognition from the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board. - School of Architecture and Design sweeps three awards and a full five-year accreditation at the 18th Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS) Conference 2014 in Hong Kong.


- Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia bordering Thailand, Indonesia, South China and Vietnam. The country was formed in 1963 through a federation of the former British colonies of Malaya and Singapore. - Malaysia is a beautiful destination for visitors where they can also visit the near-by countries. It is one of the countries with the highest annual growth rate among Southeast Asian countries.The country is a melting pot of Asian cultures and many languages are spoken in the country because of multicultural and multiracial population. Eventually, you may see so many mosques, churches and temples within the same area. - You may also see many sophisticated buildings and historical places such as Brickfields Little India, Petronas Tower (the world’s tallest twin skyscraper) Cameron Highlands. In Malaysia,there are hundreds of islands which you can explore. The capital city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur. - The city is always attractive for visitors with bright skyscrapers, colonial architecture, delightful locals, and natural attractions. Main hub is called the Golden Triangle which includes Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown. Petronas Tower, Menara KL Tower, Chinatown, Batu Caves, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Penang Island are some of the fascinating and exotic places to see. - In Kuala Lumpur there are are various shopping malls where you can shop. English is widely spoken in the country. The tropical climate is warm all year round and more than 60% of the country is covered with tropical rain forests. The country is appreciated as a paradise for nature lovers. Things to know about Malaysia: Greatest skyscrapers Food paradise ! Home to many cultures ! Full of amazing beaches ! The biggest cave chamber in the world ! Largest Buddhist temple in the world !

‣ Language Certificate

Su letter is sufficent

‣ Notes

1-Agreement is signed with School of Design! Only VACD students are eligible. 2- Fall semester=August intake, Spring semester: March intake

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