Taylor's Career Services Centre plays an integral role in supporting the University’s mission to produce graduates with strong employability skills, who are career-ready, and highly sought-after by the Industry.
Towards this end, Career Services organizes numerous events and provides various services to help students enhance their own employability, using a three-pronged approach: by firstly helping them to discover their career interests and strengths; secondly, preparing them with the right tools and know-how, and finally, connecting them to their employers of choice.
From awareness to preparation, from exploration to experience, Taylor’s students make the smooth transition from classroom to the professional boardroom.
To support our students in their internship and career preparation journey, the Career Services Centre provides the following services and support:
Taylor’s students can make an appointment with the Career Counsellors for the above services, through online requests via the Student Central Online Portal.
Students start their Career Development Journey in Taylor’s University through a series of briefings designed to give them awareness and exposure about their own career interests, strengths and also helping them to learn more about different careers, industries, and organisations.
Throughout the year, Career Services Centre organize a series of activities for our students in order to better prepare them for internships and employment, and becoming industry-ready. Through our PREPARE: Empowerment Workshop Series, we welcome experts from the industries to engage with our students and share their insights on major areas of career preparation as well as employability skills (i.e. Networking, Intercultural Communication, Career Management, Emotional Intelligence, Work Ethics, and Business Etiquette).
Students start their career preparation journey by undergoing a series of empowerment workshops that are designed to help them acquire early career exposure and prepare them for internship, graduate employment, job hunt and the work market. These workshops are delivered and facilitated by top employers and industry experts.
Through our Experiential Activities, students will have the opportunity to put what they have learned into action, practice their networking skills and enhance their own employability by participating in Hi-Tea sessions, Field Trips, Mock Interviews, Campus Recruitment Drives, and Career Camps.