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CYUT won the highest subsidy of MOE Scholarship for Excellent Students to Study Overseas Internships among private universities of technology in Taiwan
Committed to the globalization, Chaoyang University of Technology (CYUT) recently was subsidized NT$ 3,815,435 (including match fund of CYUT) by Ministry of Education by passing programs of "MOE Scholarship for Excellent Students to Study Overseas Internships,” "MOE Pilot Overseas Internships" and the "New Southbound Policy MOE Pilot Overseas Internships" in 2017. By using the subsidy, students can be encouraged to go abroad for advanced studies. Besides, the subsidy of MOE Scholarship for Excellent Students to Study Overseas Internships is the highest among private universities of technology in Taiwan.
It is worth mentioning that under the sponsor of New Southbound Policy MOE Pilot Overseas Internships this year, students of Department of Early Childhood Development and Education went to Taiwan School at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sekolah Terpadu Pahoa, Indonesia and the kindergarten of Tzu Chi school in Indonesia for a two-month overseas internship. Students were subsidized their airfares, living expenses during the internship. They were also offered opportunities to work overseas. So far, the kindergartens in Indonesia and Singapore were recruiting more than 25 students from CYUT as their Chinese teachers in the past 5 years because of their outstanding performance.
Wen-der Yu, dean of Office of international and Cross-Strait Cooperation, said that the best way is to create an international learning environment and to send students abroad for experiences. This summer, the elite students of CYUT went to London Regent University for exchange for a month. Moreover, CYUT international volunteers have collected more than 500 English books and travelled to India to help children build libraries. Students of College of Informatics and College of Design also went to Future University Hakodate, Japan for ICT and design interaction.
Students of Dept. of Applied English went to Nagano Komagane city for traditional culture experience. Students of Dept. of Social Work went to the food bank and culture bank in Berlin, Germany for the trainee; students of Dept. of Visual Communication and Design went to Goethe Museum in Switzerland for aesthetics experiencing.
Students of College of Management paid a visit to sister universities in Denmark, Belgium, and Mainland China. They also went to Vietnam, Japan, and South Korea to study and at the same time intensified their international competitiveness and global mobility. All these achievements have made Chaoyang University of Technology incredibly competitive among top campuses.
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