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11/06/2014.Wenzao Established New Partnerships with Three Indonesian Universities, Added to 173 in Total

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Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (left),

 took a photograph with Rector Rolly Intan, the president of Petra Christian University 













Nov. 06, 2014





 【News release: Public Relations Office】

     To strengthen the academic collaboration with Southeast Asia, Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages extended its partnerships by signing academic agreements with three Indonesian universities, including Widya Mandala Catholic University of Surabaya (WIMA), Preta Christian University (PCU) and Soegijapranata Catholic University (SCU) in October. Both sides are committed to various forms of collaboration, including faculty and student visits, curriculum planning, resources of teaching and research in exchange and course materials in design. 

     Held on Oct. 23, the signing ceremony was simple but of great significance. Acting President Ching-Hwa Tsai and the school administrators participated in the meeting. Prof. Ir. Rolly Intan, the Rector of PCU sincerely hoped that Chinese Department of Petra could collaborate with the Chinese Language Center and the Department of Applied Chinese of Wenzao in the near future. To make partnership sustainable, he proposed that a short-term Chinese or Indonesian cultural program can be designed and implemented. 

     On the other hand, Prof. Y. Budi Widianarko, Rector of SCU, pointed out that SCU is establishing a Chinese language program to cultivate qualified Chinese language speakers. With the partnership with Wenzao, he was hoping that Wenzao graduate students can teach Chinese to the students taking Chinese in SCU. Meanwhile, SCU is planning to send their students to Wenzao to learn Chinese.   

     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages tries its best to expand international academic partnerships, and the partner universities have grown to 173 in total. Eliezer Kartika, an Indonesian student, who is also a senior of the Department of English, mentioned that the agreements with Indonesian universities are certainly a great opportunity for students of both Wenzao and Indonesia. 

     On Oct. 23, the Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation (OICC) also arranged a campus tour for both delegations of Petra and SCU. The sites include the Archives Center, Spiritual Center, Chapel in Praise of Jesus, Language Diagnostic and Consulting Center, European Union Center, Chinese Language Center, the Library and Center for Faculty Development. The OICC also arranged Wenzaorians who joined the camp in Indonesia this summer to meet with the Rector of Petra Christian University.   

     Petra Christian University (PCU) is a university located in Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia with its strong focus on science and engineering. Founded in 1961, PCU is known as one of the top private universities in Indonesia by its achievement from both national and international recognitions. Currently, 80 percent of PCU students are Chinese-Indonesian. PCU students actively participate in study abroad and this year (2014) more than five hundred students have participated in study abroad programs. It is estimated that an increase of up to 2000 students abroad will be reached in 2016. On the other hand, located in Semarang, Central Java with nearly 7000 students, SCU has its strongest program in science and engineering.  

     Widya Mandala Catholic University is a well-known private university, founded on Jan. 4, 1960. In 2012, it was named as one of the best five private universities in East Java. The total of student population is approximately 4500, with its departments of Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Business and Nursing. A majority of students are Chinese-Indonesian descendants. The first-rate students of WIMA are no inferior to undergraduate students from the Top 2 national universities. WIMA is indeed one of the key partner universities for Taiwan universities which are seeking opportunities to expand international collaboration and recruitment of foreign students.
  






















































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Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (left), made a speech.




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Rector Rolly Intan, the president of Petra Christian University (right), presented the souvenir in return. 

All staffs took a group photo after the signing ceremony.


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Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (left), took the photo with Rector Y. Budi Widianarko, the president of Soegijapranata Catholic University, after signing the contract.



Honored guests from Indonesia visited EU Center.


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Honored guests from Indonesia visited Wenzao Archives. 

Honored guests from Indonesia visited Language Diagnostic


& Consulting Center.


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Honored guests from Indonesia visited Chinese Language Center. 


Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (middle) entertained guests from Indonesia at a banquet after signing the contract.
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Guo-Tai Chen, the vice president of academic affairs (middle), represented Wenzao to take a photo after signing the contract with Rector Kuncoro Foe, the president of Widya Mandala Catholic University. 

RectorKuncoro Foe, the president, visited the library.




   


 




 
 

 

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Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (left),
 took a photograph with Rector Rolly Intan, the president of Petra Christian University 









Nov. 06, 2014







 【News release: Public Relations Office】
     To strengthen the academic collaboration with Southeast Asia, Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages extended its partnerships by signing academic agreements with three Indonesian universities, including Widya Mandala Catholic University of Surabaya (WIMA), Preta Christian University (PCU) and Soegijapranata Catholic University (SCU) in October. Both sides are committed to various forms of collaboration, including faculty and student visits, curriculum planning, resources of teaching and research in exchange and course materials in design. 
     Held on Oct. 23, the signing ceremony was simple but of great significance. Acting President Ching-Hwa Tsai and the school administrators participated in the meeting. Prof. Ir. Rolly Intan, the Rector of PCU sincerely hoped that Chinese Department of Petra could collaborate with the Chinese Language Center and the Department of Applied Chinese of Wenzao in the near future. To make partnership sustainable, he proposed that a short-term Chinese or Indonesian cultural program can be designed and implemented. 
     On the other hand, Prof. Y. Budi Widianarko, Rector of SCU, pointed out that SCU is establishing a Chinese language program to cultivate qualified Chinese language speakers. With the partnership with Wenzao, he was hoping that Wenzao graduate students can teach Chinese to the students taking Chinese in SCU. Meanwhile, SCU is planning to send their students to Wenzao to learn Chinese.   
     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages tries its best to expand international academic partnerships, and the partner universities have grown to 173 in total. Eliezer Kartika, an Indonesian student, who is also a senior of the Department of English, mentioned that the agreements with Indonesian universities are certainly a great opportunity for students of both Wenzao and Indonesia. 
     On Oct. 23, the Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation (OICC) also arranged a campus tour for both delegations of Petra and SCU. The sites include the Archives Center, Spiritual Center, Chapel in Praise of Jesus, Language Diagnostic and Consulting Center, European Union Center, Chinese Language Center, the Library and Center for Faculty Development. The OICC also arranged Wenzaorians who joined the camp in Indonesia this summer to meet with the Rector of Petra Christian University.   
     Petra Christian University (PCU) is a university located in Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia with its strong focus on science and engineering. Founded in 1961, PCU is known as one of the top private universities in Indonesia by its achievement from both national and international recognitions. Currently, 80 percent of PCU students are Chinese-Indonesian. PCU students actively participate in study abroad and this year (2014) more than five hundred students have participated in study abroad programs. It is estimated that an increase of up to 2000 students abroad will be reached in 2016. On the other hand, located in Semarang, Central Java with nearly 7000 students, SCU has its strongest program in science and engineering.  
     Widya Mandala Catholic University is a well-known private university, founded on Jan. 4, 1960. In 2012, it was named as one of the best five private universities in East Java. The total of student population is approximately 4500, with its departments of Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Business and Nursing. A majority of students are Chinese-Indonesian descendants. The first-rate students of WIMA are no inferior to undergraduate students from the Top 2 national universities. WIMA is indeed one of the key partner universities for Taiwan universities which are seeking opportunities to expand international collaboration and recruitment of foreign students.   














Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (left), made a speech.


Both sides signed the contract.











Rector Rolly Intan, the president of Petra Christian University (right), presented the souvenir in return. 

All staffs took a group photo after the signing ceremony.








Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (left), took the photo with Rector Y. Budi Widianarko, the president of Soegijapranata Catholic University, after signing the contract.


Honored guests from Indonesia visited EU Center.







Honored guests from Indonesia visited Wenzao Archives. 

Honored guests from Indonesia visited Language Diagnostic
& Consulting Center.










Honored guests from Indonesia visited Chinese Language Center. 

Ching-Hua Tsai, the acting president of Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (middle) entertained guests from Indonesia at a banquet after signing the contract.






Guo-Tai Chen, the vice president of academic affairs (middle), represented Wenzao to take a photo after signing the contract with Rector Kuncoro Foe, the president of Widya Mandala Catholic University. 

RectorKuncoro Foe, the president, visited the library.