We are the first engineering school outside of the US to offer the Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GCSP) recognised by the National Academy of Engineering, USA and the first in Malaysia to adopt the CDIO™ Initiative.
Be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue a successful engineering degree and learn through hands-on learning activities such as case studies and real-life projects.
Learn of fundamental theories and concepts in chemical engineering, primarily the knowledge to transform raw materials into useful products efficiently and safely, with minimal environmental impact.
Gain a sound understanding of fundamental theories and concepts in electrical and electronic engineering; from designing and manufacturing the latest consumer devices to sophisticated scientific and industrial technologies.
Acquire fundamental theories and concepts in electrical and electronic engineering; from designing and manufacturing the latest consumer devices to sophisticated scientific and industrial technologies.
A one-year research programme where students demonstrate their ability, under supervision, to apply relevant research techniques to their chosen field of study and master their chosen research methodology.
Taylor’s University is the first Institution outside North America to be recognised under the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GCSP).
First Malaysian University to be accepted as an official collaborator of the CDIO™ Initiative.
Winner of 4 medals
Voted as the First Runner-Up
Winner for the Journal of Engineering Science & Technology (JESTEC) from the Ministry of Higher Education of Malaysia, under the category 'Scopus' in the area of "Science, Technology & Medicine".
This lab has powerful computers that enable students to simulate real-life challenges using software. The knowledge gained can be used to predict and improve the behaviour of engineering systems.
The lab allows teams to collaborate to produce robotic and automation solutions that can perform many industrial tasks that assist in increasing the accuracy and productivity of manufacturing facilities.
This lab trains students to understand the principles behind building wireless communication systems and various automatic control systems.
The lab facilitates understanding of different phenomena associated with the behaviour of fluids and the conversion and transfer of energy.
This one-stop station enables students to students to take products from the drawing board to the real world. Computer-aided designs are used together with the computer numerical control milling machine and the rapid prototyping machine.
The workshop is equipped with all the necessary machinery such as milling, lathe, drilling, grinding and welding machines needed to manufacture metal artefacts.
This lab is designed to perform experiments and research different aspects and properties of solid materials. This includes automotive, smart materials and building materials for heavy industries.
This lab facilitates the study of various chemical processes and reactions, to develop skills that are highly required by the oil and gas, food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics industries.
This lab supports the research-led teaching activities of the school, and provides the space for final year students to carry out their research.
This lab allows students to perform experiments of unit operations such as filtration, condensation, separation, evaporations, etc. which is used in various industrial applications.
We aim to produce highly-qualified graduates that meet international standards in the areas of architecture and quantity surveying (QS) with the aim of improving the quality, aesthetics, functionality, sustainability and efficiency of built environments.DISCOVER MORE