In light of the recent convocation season, one Malaysian university has recently gained their own achievement as well.
Taylor’s University was ranked the 4th Best University in the World and as Asia’s best university for graduate employability rate. I’m sure all you Taylor’s graduates are breathing a huge sigh of relief kan?
According to a report by The Star, Taylor’s University vice- chancellor and president, Prof. Michael Driscoll said that Taylor’s is the only Malaysian private university to be listed in the top 10 universities in Malaysia.
“We are also now the only private university to be recognised for its graduate employment rate,” he added.
The achievements are according to the QS World University Rankings and the QS Asia University Rankings where Taylor’s University was place in the top 1 per cent of tertiary education institutions in the world preferred by employers.
Congratulations to Taylor’s University on this great achievement! And to all the new graduates, congratulations on achieving another milestone in your lives. Now, the real challenge begins: adulting!
PS: if you’re looking for a job hit us up la 😛
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