Learning Packages

LP1 : Personal Development

Self-management skills to enable students to be value-driven, emotionally resilient, life-long learners.

LP2 : People and Leadership

Leadership development for students to lead, be inspired and realize their fullest potential as engaged leaders.

LP3 : Professional Development

Work-ready skills for career-readiness and sustainable employability.

LP4 : Global Engagement

Global perspective/ Cross-cultural awareness of global trends and issues and broadening horizons.

Empowerment Series

The Empowerment Series consists of workshops and other empowerment activities that are designed to equip you with the skills that you need to succeed outside of the classroom. In order to qualify for the SHINE Award, you must complete the entire Empowerment Series.

Experiential Opportunities

Attend workshops, seminars, and training to empower yourself with skills and knowledge from the experts. And then, translate your theoretical skills and knowledge into action by participating in various experiential opportunities under the SHINE Award Programme. OR, you can even initiate your own activity or event!

What is the SHINE Award?

With a strong commitment to holistic development, Taylor's University is proud to introduce the SHINE Award — an achievement record that formally recognises and rewards all students who wish to reach their full potential by taking part in fun and diverse extra-curricular activities both on and off campus.

Students get to explore exciting social activities, meet and make new friends, and gain skills that will give them an extra sparkle over the rest.

What is going to get you hired compared to hundreds other graduates out there?

Your ability to



For more information about the SHINE Programme, please visit our website

What do students say...

Ady Faizal, Bachelor of Mass Communication (HONS) (Broadcasting)


"Through personal development, I discovered many things about myself, both strengths and weaknesses that I never knew existed. I am able to construct defined and specific goals to achieve in life."

Lim Ben-Jie, Bachelor of Business (HONS) Finance and Economics, President, Taylor's University Student Council


"Taking on leadership opportunities is always the most difficult for me as leading takes courage, and I value my experiences which I have steadily built through participation in clubs and societies. Along this journey, I have witnessed myself and others being praised for our maturity and persistence to lead successfully."

Kenneth Ng, Bachelor of Business (HONS) International Business, Intern, Nestle Products Sdn. Bhd.


"I was given a priceless experience at Nestle Products Sdn. Bhd. Comprehending the whole end-to-end process was challenging given the complexity of Nestle supply chain, but was made easier with a patient and understanding reporting manager and friendly colleagues. I also learned that learning happens anywhere and anytime, especially in situations least expected. So be alert and have lots of fun discovering!"

Joshua Chieng, Bachelor of Engineering (HONS) Electrical & Electronics, Volunteer Teacher, Dare to Dream Project in Changsha, China, Global Ambassador Programme, AIESEC


"Apart from visiting and enjoying places of attraction, my main experience was having classes and activities with children in a small village in Changsha. Spending time with those children was a wake up call for me to continue to move forward and develop myself more."