Taiwan Alumni E-News vol.010 from the MoE

National Taiwan University (NTU) jumped three places to reach the number 66 position in the latest world university rankings released on Wednesday by a British education network.

The Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan (FICHET) conducted a "2020 Study in Taiwan Trends Survey" of international students currently in Taiwan. Results show that 89.3% of respondents felt that study in Taiwan was a valuable investment for their future career development, and 83.6% intended to pursue jobs or internship opportunities in Taiwan following graduation.

Taiwan Higher Education Fairs are a wonderful opportunity for students to find out more about higher education in Taiwan and opportunities to study there but the Covid-19 outbreak all around the world led to many being cancelled, and to each of the Taiwan Education Centers now providing free digital consultations.

The Ministry of Education (MOE) plans to hire more native-speaking English teachers for public high schools across Taiwan as part of government efforts to strengthen the English skills of students and sharpen the country's competitiveness.

Festival visitors can expect to see five to six special shape hot air balloons on display and another five to six tethered balloons providing short rides every day at the event's main site at Luye until the festival concludes on Aug. 30.

Our nation has jointly trained students with practical and technical skills and Chinese language ability with the Indonesia government. The students learn theoretical knowledge in professional fields in the first grade and strengthen their Chinese language ability. During the off-campus internship courses, the students apply what they learned in the courses to enterprises in corresponding fields.

This summer, Taiwan Alumni Database visited overseas Chinese and foreign students in 9 campuses across Taiwan with The Canaan Project, inviting alumni to share their experience of working and entrepreneurship in Taiwan and introducing relevant laws and regulations.

The inaugural meeting of “Alumni Association of Expatriates Staying in Taiwan” is expected to be held by the Study in Taiwan Database Program in October this year. Alumni from all walks of life and overseas Chinese and foreign students will be invited to participate. A notification letter will be sent to you for further details and registration. Stay tuned!
Photo by Veeramanikandan Rajagopal from India / NTUST
Photo by Pham Son Hai from Vietnam / NTPU

Held by MoEA's Contact TAIWAN and TAITRA, three more 2020 One-on-One Employment Meetings are now open for registration. The meetings will take place in Hsinchu, Taipei, and Tainan respectively from September to November. All foreign graduating students and alumni are welcome to participate. The TAD team will also set up a booth on the spot to provide information regarding foreigners working in Taiwan and job-related issues. Please feel free to drop by!

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