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  • NTNU hosts first international alumni reunion in Taiwan

    Discover how National Taiwan Normal University’s first International Alumni Reunion highlights its commitment to global education and career opportunities for international students in Taiwan.
    2024/06/03 14:24
  • MOE boosts scholarships for EU master’s programs

    Discover how Taiwan’s Ministry of Education is boosting international education by increasing scholarships for the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree program, enabling students to study across the EU.
    2024/05/23 14:21
  • TOEFL rep introduces scholarship for Taiwan students

    Discover Chun Shin Ltd.’s new scholarship program for Taiwanese college students, enhancing English proficiency and academic research skills. Apply by Oct. 20, 2024.
    2024/05/13 17:44
  • English-taught degrees expand rapidly across Taiwan

    Explore how Taiwan’s National Taiwan University is setting the stage for global education with its new English-taught International School of Politics and Economics, aiming to attract international students and enhance local talent.
    2024/05/10 16:24
  • Suspected food poisoning hits students, teachers on trip

    Discover the details of a suspected food poisoning incident at Yuteh Private International School in New Taipei City, affecting over 250 students and teachers after a field trip. Learn about the ongoing investigation and the community’s response.
    2024/05/09 10:42
  • Taiwanese universities unveil new 16-Week semester for 2024

    National Tsing Hua University and National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Taiwan are set to adopt a new 16-week semester system from September 2024, featuring an early start to the winter vacation, aligning with international academic calendars and facilitating student plans for holidays and study abroad opportunities.
    2024/05/06 12:15
  • Ocean Affairs Minister promotes maritime careers

    Ocean Affairs Council Minister Kuan Bi-ling encourages students at Central Police University to join maritime patrol, highlighting the role’s importance in safeguarding maritime sovereignty, fighting crime, and ensuring safety at sea. Kuan commits to supporting educational resources and promoting international cooperation to enhance maritime patrol capabilities and uphold the "three safeties."
    2024/05/03 11:49
  • Taiwan eyes stronger ties with rising India

    Chen Mu-min, the Deputy Representative to India, highlights the strengthening of Taiwan-India relations through increased cooperation in trade, investment, education, and technology. He emphasizes India’s growing political influence as beneficial for Taiwan’s international engagement and notes the expansion of Taiwan Education Centers in India, alongside a rise in Indian students and researchers visiting Taiwan. The reorganization of the global supply chain is seen as a driving force behind Taiwanese manufacturers moving to India, promising a boost in trade volume between the two nations.
    2024/04/30 13:54
  • Kang Chiao school bus crash: 8 violations in 6 years

    The Kang Chiao International School (KCIS) bus accident in Taipei’s Wenshan Tunnel involved 26 students and one driver. The bus had a history of violations, and the driver had previous infractions. Fifteen individuals were lightly injured, with one remaining under observation at Wanfang Hospital. School officials are investigating the cause and considering actions against the driver and bus company.
    2024/03/12 11:31
  • NTU launches international semiconductor training with TSMC

    Discover how Taiwan’s NTU and TSMC are pioneering the future of semiconductor education and international collaboration, welcoming students from around the globe to innovate and grow together.
    2024/03/06 18:10
  • Taiwan considers Indian migrant workers for caregiving roles

    Taiwan is considering allowing migrant workers from India to work as caretakers, pending decisions from the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Health and Welfare. The recent memorandum of understanding between Taiwan and India outlines cooperation for labor recruitment and training. The current focus is on meeting the demand for caregivers in Taiwan, with considerations for both domestic and residential settings. Taiwan is also exploring strategies to address long-term care workforce needs, including collaboration with the "New Southbound Policy" and encouraging international students to work in the country after graduation. The Ministry of Health and Welfare emphasizes the importance of quality care and language communication skills for foreign workers.
    2024/02/17 15:23
  • Keelung partners with UC Berkeley for remote courses

    Keelung City Mayor George Hsieh has announced a collaboration with the University of California, Berkeley to offer a remote course for high school students in Keelung. Out of 249 applicants, 30 students will be selected for the program, which will begin next month. This initiative is part of Hsieh’s plan to promote academic excellence locally and he aims to introduce more courses in 2024 to provide Keelung’s top high schoolers with high-quality international education. The selected students will participate in a course focused on the autonomous vehicle industry, learning programming in Python and various algorithms. Classes will be held twice weekly from February 24 to March 24 at the city hall briefing room. Upon completion, students will receive a certificate of completion from UC Berkeley. This collaboration aims to encourage local education and retain talented students in Keelung.
    2024/01/29 17:08
  • Global young minds unite in Taiwan Int’l Science Fair

    The 22nd annual Taiwan International Science Fair opened at the National Taiwan Science Education Center, featuring 630 teachers and students from 27 countries presenting 211 top projects. The fair focuses on international exchange and sharing, with extended event duration to accommodate foreign participants. Activities include expert talks, workshops, a science tour, and a cultural night. Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung praised Taiwan’s young scientists and highlighted the fair’s growing influence as one of Asia’s top science fairs. The event saw a record number of participating nations, demonstrating the ministry’s mission to educate students globally.
    2024/01/29 14:37
  • Kaohsiung’s Siaogang High hosts Hong Kong karate exchange

    The Siaogang Senior High School’s karate team in Kaohsiung hosted a five-day technical exchange and learning session with the City University of Hong Kong’s team. The activity was endorsed by Yun-Yuan Yen, the director of student affairs and coach of the Siaogang High karate team, to enhance live-duration proficiency and pressure-resistance skills among scholars. Hsueh Yu-chin, the principal of Siaogang High, warmly welcomed the Hong Kong guests, emphasizing the importance of sports exchange. The Siaogang High karate team, established in 2000, has extensive competition management and training experience, nurturing national team athletes who have achieved accolades in various competitions. Siaogang High provides comprehensive support for further studies, with students in the sports class benefiting from the "108 Curriculum" for multi-faceted development. Principal Hsueh acknowledged the karate team’s achievements and emphasized the significance of international exchanges in improving technique and personal character. She expressed hope for students to make strides on the international athletic stage.
    2024/01/05 22:20
  • NYCU announces new branch campus in Kaohsiung for 2025

    Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai and the president of National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) have announced the future establishment of an NYCU branch campus in Kaohsiung. The new campus aims to recruit masters and doctoral students in the semiconductor and AI industries, providing high-end talents for Kaohsiung’s growing sectors. The campus plans to start recruiting for the 2025 academic year. NYCU president Lin Chi-hung cited two main reasons for establishing the branch: nurturing top talents and trailblazing research, and aligning with national talent cultivation policies. The new campus is conveniently located near Taiwan High Speed Rail’s Zuoying Station and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). It offers 15 professional meeting rooms, a 500-seat international conference hall, and a large exhibition hall accommodating 1,000 people. The Kaohsiung city government and NYCU have signed a cooperation agreement, and the new campus will be housed in the existing Garden Villa Hotel and the Civil Service Development Institute, following Ministry of Education regulations for campuses.
    2024/01/03 18:18
  • Survey: Taiwan a top choice for studying abroad in 2024

    More than 80% of international students are interested in applying for new specialized classes that allow them to work in Taiwan, according to a report by the Association of International Cultural and Educational Exchange Taiwan (AICEE Taiwan). The report, titled "Blue Ocean of International Enrollment Trends 2024," surveyed over 2,000 students from 60 countries who plan to study abroad and learn Chinese. The top three advantages Taiwan offers to international students are high-quality education, a safe environment, and the opportunity to learn Mandarin. Additionally, 86% of international students expressed interest in applying for internship subsidies provided by the Executive Yuan’s initiative and private enterprises. Upon graduation, international students prioritize entering suitable industries, finding employment quickly, and securing high employment rates. Furthermore, 14% of respondents hope that their experience studying in Taiwan will give them a competitive edge in their future education. Scholarships, English-taught programs, and high teaching quality are important factors for students considering studying abroad, while geographical location becomes crucial for those wanting to learn Chinese. Allen Hung, the CEO of AICEE Taiwan, advises Taiwanese universities to provide not only essential enrollment information but also reinforce information about internships and job opportunities during and after studies.
    2024/01/03 17:03
  • Ko criticizes DPP’s bilingual policy lacking concrete plan

    Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je criticized his opponent Lai Ching-te’s "Bilingual 2030" policy, arguing that it lacks a comprehensive plan and causes panic among educators and parents. Ko identified three major issues in Taiwan’s education system: limited social mobility for underprivileged children, a gap between school curriculum and society’s needs, and a lack of alignment with international practices. He also highlighted the disparity in educational opportunities between higher socio-economic families and disadvantaged ones. Ko criticized the existing bilingual education policy for lacking a concrete path to realization.
    2023/12/26 17:02
  • Lan I-chen appointed as FJU’s new president

    Dr. Lan I-chen has been appointed as the new president of Fu Jen Catholic University (FJU), marking a new chapter for the institution. Lan’s appointment was authorized by the Vatican’s Congregation for Catholic Education and is awaiting final approval from Taiwan’s Ministry of Education. As a seasoned scholar and administrator, Lan, 54, is expected to lead the century-old university towards an innovative future. Lan has proposed a five-point development plan for the FJU, known as G.R.A.C.E, which focuses on global positioning, student recruitment, international partnerships, collaboration with hospitals, academics, government, community, and industries, as well as entrepreneurship and charity involvement. These objectives aim to enhance the university’s international reputation, increase enrollment of both domestic and foreign students, and foster collaborations across various sectors for sustainable development. In response to Taiwan’s declining birthrate, Lan plans to establish overseas outposts in collaboration with Catholic universities to expand student intake while ensuring educational quality.
    2023/12/22 15:40
  • DPP’s Hsiao Bi-khim touts ’Taiwanese Spirit’ in Yunlin

    DPP vice presidential candidate Hsiao Bi-khim emphasizes the importance of embracing the "Taiwanese spirit" for effective foreign policies, understanding Taiwan’s strengths and needs, and bolstering defense forces to foster international friendships. Hsiao rallies support for the DPP during her campaign stop in Yunlin, reaffirming the commitment of the "Lai-Hsiao ticket" to continue President Tsai Ing-wen’s policies. She engages in a multilingual question-and-answer session with students at National Formosa University, highlighting Taiwan’s kindness and contributions and emphasizing the country’s commitment to equity, justice, and democratic peace.
    2023/12/20 10:58
  • Taiwanese students excel in civic knowledge, OECD finds

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Education’s ’108 curriculum’ has brought about new educational outcomes, as noted by Premier Chen Chien-jen. The 2022 International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS 2022) by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) reveals that Taiwanese students have achieved top global rankings in civic knowledge, gender equality, and ethnic group equality. The government’s efforts to strengthen education through the new curriculum have also been recognized by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Among 81 countries assessed, Taiwanese students ranked third in mathematics literacy, fourth in science, and fifth in reading. Premier Chen emphasized that these achievements highlight Taiwan’s exceptional students and demonstrate the nation’s commitment to investing in education. The OECD evaluation further solidifies Taiwan’s position on the world stage for educational accomplishments, showcasing the effectiveness of its educational policies and curriculum advancements. Premier Chen expressed confidence in Taiwan’s youth and the government’s education approach, stating that these high rankings represent a valuable investment in the future generations of Taiwan.
    2023/12/18 21:21
  • Taiwan and India’s MOU to boost skilled talent exchange

    Explore how Taiwan’s impending Memorandum of Understanding with India aims to address labor shortages by fostering an exchange of skilled professionals, enhancing the high-tech workforce, and promoting cultural integration.
    2023/12/18 17:08
  • Taiwan unveils stamps celebrating human rights

    Premier Chen Chien-jen celebrated the release of Human Rights Stamps by Chunghwa Post, showcasing Taiwan’s advancements in human rights. The event was attended by notable figures such as Chen Chu, Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission, and Wu Hong-mo, Chairperson of Chunghwa Post. Premier Chen, an avid philatelist, emphasized the universality of human rights and the power of stamps in raising awareness. Taiwan’s progress in human rights was highlighted, including the implementation of the National Human Rights Action Plan in 2022, incorporating five out of nine major human rights conventions into domestic laws. Taiwan’s junior high students also achieved top scores internationally in civic education assessments, particularly excelling in gender equality, ethnic equality, immigrant rights, and environmental awareness. Chen Chu recalled a previous stamp featuring Eleanor Roosevelt during martial law in 1964, introducing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The new set of four stamps features acronyms of major human rights documents, each illustrated with distinct colors and symbols representing their respective themes. Wu expressed hope that these stamps would showcase Taiwan’s human rights achievements as they circulate.
    2023/12/11 12:08
  • NYMCU freshman breaks new ground in cybersecurity program

    Tsai Yu-chen, a freshman at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, has made history by being the first student admitted into the prestigious Computer Science program through a special recruitment process that now includes cybersecurity. Tsai’s interest in technology began in junior high when he taught himself networking skills to set up a Minecraft server. He then used his English proficiency to manage the server online and modify Pokémon modules using Google Cloud services, allowing over 100 people to game simultaneously. Tsai’s talent and experience in cybersecurity were further developed during his vocational high school years through the Ministry of Education’s cybersecurity talent development program. As a result, he will soon intern with a leading international AI cybersecurity tech company, focusing on cloud security research. The Office of Recruitment for Specialized Technical Colleges and Universities recognizes the importance of cybersecurity in national security and actively promotes relevant courses in technical high schools. This allows students to acquire cybersecurity skills and pursue further education through specialized college entrance exams and exceptional talent selection processes.
    2023/12/07 21:33
  • Examination Yuan donates 6,600 books to overseas schools

    The Examination Yuan donates 6,600 books in Chinese and English to support library services in Taiwanese schools abroad, including the Surabaya Taipei School in Indonesia. The Ministry’s International and Cross-strait Education Department emphasizes the competitiveness of overseas students in Taiwanese schools, and hopes the book donation will foster closer ties between international Taiwanese institutions and domestic government bodies. The books cover a wide range of subjects and are expected to expand students’ imaginations and nurture global talent.
    2023/12/07 21:10
  • NTNU announces record 56-day winter break for students

    National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) students are set to enjoy an unprecedented winter break lasting 56 days, from December 25 to February 18, the longest in the institution’s history. This extended vacation period aligns with the academic schedules of several countries, allowing international students to return home for Christmas. Other universities, such as National Taiwan University (NTU) and National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech), also begin their winter breaks on December 25. NTU’s break will last until February 6, while Taiwan Tech has added 10 extra days, ending on February 16. During this winter break, Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation is offering discounted tickets to university students, with discounts of 50%, 75%, and 88% available from January 4 to January 10. Additionally, there are 28 train services providing tickets at 50% off. The upcoming 2024 presidential election in Taiwan, taking place on January 13, is also on students’ minds, as it coincides with their winter break, potentially facilitating greater voter participation among the youth demographic.
    2023/12/07 20:35
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