Curriculum Vitae


Dr Lim Kok Seng


Dr. Ernest Lim Kok Seng is a Senior Lecturer at Taylor’s Business School. He graduated with a degree in Mathematics from Western Michigan University, US (1991). He obtained Master of Science from University Putra Malaysia in 1998 and Doctor of Education (Mathematics) from University Science Malaysia in 2008. Before joining Taylor’s University, he taught at various universities such as University College of Technology Twintech, Putra International College and Open University Malaysia. He teaches Business Statistics, Business Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Calculus & Research Methods. He has presented papers at conferences and published numerical research studies in indexed journals. His research focuses mainly on Mathematics & Statistics, Quality Assurance, Education and Teaching & Learning.

  • Senior Lecturer I, Faculty of Business & Law, Department of Maths & Statistics, Taylor's University , 01/07/2010 to present
  • Doctor Of Education (Science Education), UNIVERSITY SAINS MALAYSIA (USM), Malaysia
  • Master Of Environmental Studies, UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA (UPM), Malaysia
  • Bachelors of Arts (Math), WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, USA, United States
  • Certificate In Education, TEMENGGONG IBRAHIM TEACHER'S COLLEGE, Malaysia
  • Private And Public Education (Quality Assurance)
  • Mathematics (Mathematics Education)
(Course Title),(Level of Study),(Institution),(Month/Year)
  • Business Mathematics, Diploma, Taylor's University (01/2018)
  • Quantitative Methods for Business, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2017)
  • Fundamentals of Linear Algebra, Bachelor Degree, Taylor's University (08/2017)
  • Quantitative Technique, Foundation, Taylor's University (09/2017)
  • Business Statistics, Diploma, Taylor's University (11/2017)
(Title of publication in APA style)
Article in Journals
  • Ernest K. S. Lim, K. L. Lau & Kunaratnam S. J. (2017). A Qualitative Study of Excellent Teachers’ Beliefs of Good Teacher, Research Journal of Education, Vol.3, No10
  • Ernest K. S. Lim, Assessing the Determinants of Mamak Restaurant Customer Satisfaction, International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research and Management, Vol.2, No9
  • Ernest K. S. Lim and Cho Cho Wai. An Empirical Study of Academic and Non-academic Staff’s Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in an Institute of Higher Learning, Journal of entrepreneurship, business and economics, Vol4, No1, pp 45-72. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Ernest K. S. Lim (2015). The Influence of Pre-University Students’ Mathematics Test Anxiety and Numerical Anxiety on Mathematics Achievement. International Education studies. Vol 8 No.11 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Wai C.C., Seng E.L.K. (2015). Measuring the effectiveness of blended learning environment: A case study in Malaysia. Education and Information Technologies 20(3), pp.429-443 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Ernest K. S. Lim and Cho Cho Wai. Exploring the effectiveness and efficiency of blended learning tools in a school of business. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Science, Vol. 123 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Ernest K. S. Lim. Investigating Teachers’ Views of Student-centred Learning Approach. International Education Studies. 7(7), 143-148 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Ernest K. S. Lim and Tan Pei Ling. A Statistical Analysis of Education Service Quality Dimensions on Business School Students’ Satisfaction. International Education Studies, Vol. 6, No. 8 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Ernest K. S. Lim. A Qualitative Study of Factors Contributing to International Students’ Satisfaction of Institutional Quality. Asian Social Science, Vol. 9, No.12 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Ernest K. S. Lim & Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore. Campus Life for International Students: Exploring students’ Perceptions of Quality Learning Environment at a Private University in Malaysia. Higher Education Studies, Canadian Center of Science and Education Vol. 2, No.3 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Ernest K. S. Lim & Robin Cheng (2012). Exploring Factors Influencing First Year Underachievers’ Academic Performance at a School of Business. Review of Higher Education and Self-Learning (RHESL), Vol. 5, Issue 15
  • Lim Kok Seng (2010). An Error Analysis of Form Two (Grade 7) Students in Simplifying Algebraic Expressions: A Descriptive Study. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology, 8(1) (SCOPUS-Indexed)
Article in Proceeding
  • Wai, Cho Cho; Seng, Ernest Lim Kok (2014). Exploring the effectiveness and efficiency of blended learning tools in a school of business. TAYLOR'S 6TH TEACHING AND LEARNING CONFERENCE 2013: TRANSFORMATIVE HIGHER EDUCATION TEACHING AND LEARNING IN PRACTICE (TTLC2013), 123, pp.470-476 (ISI-Indexed)
  • External Examiner for PhD candidate at Asia e University (AeU) Title of the thesis: Phase-Based Instruction via Geogebra on Grade 8 Students Performance in Learning Properties of Quadrilaterals in Malaysia , 2018 to 2018 (Thesis)
(Title),(Event),(Date Presented),(Organiser),(Level)
  • Investigating Teacher Beliefs of A Good Teacher, 1st Melaka International Conference on Social Sciences 2017, 1st MELICOSS 17 , 29/07/2017 to 30/07/2017, Fakulti Sains Sosial, Kolej Universiti Islam Melaka  (International)
  • Measuring environment, food and service quality of Mamak Restaurant Customer Satisfaction , 2016 Annual Conference on Global Economics, Business, and Finance (6th ACGEBF), 08/06/2016 to 10/06/2016, Higher Education Forum (International)
  • An Empirical Study of Academic and Non-academic Staff's Job Satisfaction and Organizationial Commitment in an Institute of Higher Learning, International Conference on Enterpreneurship,Business and Social Sciences, Yogjakarta, Indonesia, 13/08/2015 to 14/08/2015, International Conference on Enterpreneurship, Business and Social Sciences (ICEBSS) - (International)
  • Exploring the effectiveness and efficiency of blended learning tools in a school of business, Taylor's 6th Teaching and Learning Conference (TTLC), 23/11/2013 (International)
  • Up Close and Personal: Employing In-depth Interviews to Explore International Students Perceptions of Learning Environment at a Private University in Malaysia, Intellectbase International Consortium, Academic Conference, 12/04/2012 to 14/04/2012, Intellectbase International Academic Consortium  (International)
  • A Descriptive Analysis of Students' Alternative Conceptions in Simplifying Addition and Subtractio of Algebraic Terms, Fourth International Conference oNS cience and Mathematics Education (CoSMEd) 2011 Penang, 15/11/2011 to 17/11/2011, SEAMEO Regiopnal Centre for Education in Science and mathematics, Penang, Malaysia ( (National)