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Taylor’s counselling centre to guide prospective students
Published on: Tuesday, June 04, 2024
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Jovina at the launching ceremony of the counselling centre.
Kota Kinabalu: Taylor’s University has established its counselling centre in Plaza Luyang, here, unmissable with the giant LED billboard.

Parents looking for quality education for their children need not worry as counsellors will guide prospective students through the course selection all the way to student accommodation.

Senior Education Counsellor Natasha Ng said they are the first among all universities in Malaysia to have setup a counselling centre.

“We have a variety of 14 programmes ranging from Pre-U to Diplomas and Degrees.

“We want the public to know that we are in the market and it is with our greatest honour to announce this.

“Students or parents who are still unclear of their education pathways are more than welcome to drop by our office. 

“Based on results, personality and interests, we can guide you through our programmes.

“We understand that many may still be unaware of our expansions like Actuarial Studies and Entrepreneurship, for instance, that are previously unseen in the market,” she said.

Natasha was met at the grand launch, recently, enlivened by eight red lions. 

She explained that graduating with Taylor’s Bachelor of Finance and Economics allows students to sit for only nine papers should they wish to attain their Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) certificates.

“This is among the benefits we are offering to students on top of other professional certificates,” she said.

Taylor’s campus is in Kuala Lumpur and Natasha guaranteed proper arrangements before Sabahan students even start attending their classes,

“We have three intakes in a year. Please drop-by anytime from 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday.

We do extended sessions on Saturdays upon request as well.

“We also collaborate with school and education fairs scheduled in June, July and August. But for those who miss out, we are always here,” she said.

Last year, a total of 327 Sabahans had enrolled with Taylor’s and that number is growing, leading to the opening of the counselling centre.

Natasha said they are mostly from Chinese, National and Public schools.

However, they do not limit anyone to their background therefore encourages hopeful parents and students to drop by. 

Also present were Vice President Jovina Tan Siew Ching and Director, Cerina Tan.

Taylor University

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