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03/30/2015.Students Exchange Program between Vietnam & Taiwan

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Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (middle), Dr. Min-ling Yang, Director-General of International


and Cross Strait Education, MOE (right 4) and Lee, Yen-Yi, Director of Department of Technology and Vocational,


 Education, MOE (right 3) visited the stand of Wenzao University
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March 30, 2015



【News release: Public Relations Office

     In order to attract a greater number of outstanding Vietnamese students to come to study in Taiwan, Wenzao and the faculty of Vietnam National University (“Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities”) jointly held the Taiwan Higher Education Fair 2015; more than 1200 visitors stopped by. Members of the visiting team included scholars from different universities in Taiwan who also participated in the 2015 Taiwan-Vietnam Education Forum. An educational collaboration agreement between Vietnam & Taiwan was signed. It is hoped that further cooperation can be carried out for Chinese language teaching, Chinese language certifications, degree approval, etc. Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph.D. attended the agreement signing ceremony as well as the ribbon cutting ceremony.

     Due to the frequent exchanges between Vietnam & Taiwan, Vietnamese students studying in Taiwan are ranked among the top three of the international students nationwide. The highest educational authority: Vietnam Ministry of Education & Training invited scholars from different Taiwanese universities to participate in the 2015 Taiwan-Vietnam Education Forum in Hanoi. It was focused on higher educational quality and quantity, a comparison of vocational training system, degree approval, credit transfer, Chinese/Vietnamese language teaching, etc. An educational collaboration agreement between Vietnam & Taiwan was signed by Huang, Chih-peng, representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Hanoi and Tran Duy Hai, representative of Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office In Taipei, the Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. and the deputy minister of Vietnam Ministry of Education & Training, Bui Van Ga both presented this historical moment. It is hoped that a milestone of education can be reached.

     President, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N of Wenzao and Deputy Director General, Dr. Pham Xuan Thanh, General Department of Education Testing and Accreditation of MOET were in charge of the third session of the Degree Approval and Credit Transfer as moderators. The President of Wenzao concluded that each government officer or scholar plays a role in helping students to acquire better education and improve their families. Furthermore, Dr. Kit Lam, Dean of International and Cross-strait Cooperation, was the keynote speaker for the fourth session of the Chinese Language Teaching Collaboration, and shared teaching experiences in Vietnam and Taiwan.

     Taiwan Higher Education Fair 2015 was held on March 21st and 22nd in Hanoi. 30 universities from Taiwan attended this fair, which received many compliments from local students and their families. The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph.D. gave a speech at the opening ceremony, stating that the Taiwan Higher Education Fair in Hanoi held by National Chi Nan University in Dec. 2014 had attracted nearly 40 participants. After three months, Wenzao is in charge of this fair and it reveals the passion and willingness of Taiwanese universities to foster Vietnamese students. It also presents that the Vietnamese students and their families are confident of the educational quality of Taiwan.

     President, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N of Wenzao pointed out that the School had only three months to prepare the fair; however, 30 universities showed their interest by participating, indicating how they value the education offered to the Vietnamese students. She also mentioned that Taiwan is ranked in the top two of ten safe countries worldwide according to the FBI data. Beyond the safe environment, convenient transportation, similar food culture and less expensive consumption all attract Vietnamese students to study in Taiwan.

     President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh also expressed that Taiwan possesses advanced development in high tech, agriculture and industry which is an attractive focus for Vietnamese students. If collaboration between Vietnam and Taiwan can be solidified, Vietnamese students will have more chances to know Taiwan and be willing to come here to study.

     Last August, an unveiling ceremony was held by Wenzao and Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities to start the operation of the Taiwan Education Center, Hanoi. Chinese language teaching and Chinese language certifications are the two main projects. The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph.D. paid a visit to the Center and affirmed the effects of the academic and cultural exchanges between Vietnam and Taiwan.

     The team members of Wenzao include: the President, Dr. Kit Lam, Dr. Chang, Shoou-huey, the dean of College of European and Asian Languages, Kuei-Yinge Hsu, director of Taiwan Education Center and other superintendents. They are the promotional representatives of the education system in Taiwan; they also paid visits to some famous local universities. A contract was signed with Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities as a sister school for more academic exchanges.

  

































































Photo provided by Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation



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Opening and ribbon cutting ceremony (from right to left): President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N, Huang, Chih-peng, representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Hanoi, The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D., President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh and


Director General International Cooperation Department


of MOET, Dr. Nguyen Xuan Vang.



The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (middle), representatives from Taiwan and government officers.



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The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D.


gave a speech   


President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N gave a speech
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President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (right 3)


and Lee, Yen-Yi, Director of Department of Technology and Vocational. Education, MOE (right 4) with representatives


and government officers 



The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (right 6)


visited Taiwan Education Center, Hanoi



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 Prof. Dr. Vo Van Sen, President of Hanoi University of


 Social Sciences and Humanities (right 1) visited


the stand of Wenzao  



President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (left)


and President of Ho Chi Minh City University of


 Social Sciences and Humanities (right)


 signed a contract to become sister schools



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An educational collaboration agreement between Vietnam & Taiwan was signed by Huang, Chih-peng (left), representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Hanoi and Tran Duy Hai (right), representative of Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office In Taipei, the Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (middle) and President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (left 2) both presented this historical moment. 



President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (left 2) was the moderator of the third session



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President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (right 2) participated in the official meeting of


Taiwan Higher Education Fair 



Dr. Kit Lam (left) was the keynote speaker for Chinese Language Teaching Collaboration and shared teaching experiences in Vietnam and Taiwan.



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The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (left) was invited by President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh (right) 


Team members of Wenzao were invited by President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh (right 4)


 


 




 
 


 


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Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (middle), Dr. Min-ling Yang, Director-General of International
and Cross Strait Education, MOE (right 4) and Lee, Yen-Yi, Director of Department of Technology and Vocational,
 Education, MOE (right 3) visited the stand of Wenzao UniversityPhoto provided by Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation







 


March 30, 2015





【News release: Public Relations Office】
     In order to attract a greater number of outstanding Vietnamese students to come to study in Taiwan, Wenzao and the faculty of Vietnam National University (“Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities”) jointly held the Taiwan Higher Education Fair 2015; more than 1200 visitors stopped by. Members of the visiting team included scholars from different universities in Taiwan who also participated in the 2015 Taiwan-Vietnam Education Forum. An educational collaboration agreement between Vietnam & Taiwan was signed. It is hoped that further cooperation can be carried out for Chinese language teaching, Chinese language certifications, degree approval, etc. Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph.D. attended the agreement signing ceremony as well as the ribbon cutting ceremony.
     Due to the frequent exchanges between Vietnam & Taiwan, Vietnamese students studying in Taiwan are ranked among the top three of the international students nationwide. The highest educational authority: Vietnam Ministry of Education & Training invited scholars from different Taiwanese universities to participate in the 2015 Taiwan-Vietnam Education Forum in Hanoi. It was focused on higher educational quality and quantity, a comparison of vocational training system, degree approval, credit transfer, Chinese/Vietnamese language teaching, etc. An educational collaboration agreement between Vietnam & Taiwan was signed by Huang, Chih-peng, representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Hanoi and Tran Duy Hai, representative of Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office In Taipei, the Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. and the deputy minister of Vietnam Ministry of Education & Training, Bui Van Ga both presented this historical moment. It is hoped that a milestone of education can be reached.
     President, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N of Wenzao and Deputy Director General, Dr. Pham Xuan Thanh, General Department of Education Testing and Accreditation of MOET were in charge of the third session of the Degree Approval and Credit Transfer as moderators. The President of Wenzao concluded that each government officer or scholar plays a role in helping students to acquire better education and improve their families. Furthermore, Dr. Kit Lam, Dean of International and Cross-strait Cooperation, was the keynote speaker for the fourth session of the Chinese Language Teaching Collaboration, and shared teaching experiences in Vietnam and Taiwan.
     Taiwan Higher Education Fair 2015 was held on March 21st and 22nd in Hanoi. 30 universities from Taiwan attended this fair, which received many compliments from local students and their families. The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph.D. gave a speech at the opening ceremony, stating that the Taiwan Higher Education Fair in Hanoi held by National Chi Nan University in Dec. 2014 had attracted nearly 40 participants. After three months, Wenzao is in charge of this fair and it reveals the passion and willingness of Taiwanese universities to foster Vietnamese students. It also presents that the Vietnamese students and their families are confident of the educational quality of Taiwan.
     President, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N of Wenzao pointed out that the School had only three months to prepare the fair; however, 30 universities showed their interest by participating, indicating how they value the education offered to the Vietnamese students. She also mentioned that Taiwan is ranked in the top two of ten safe countries worldwide according to the FBI data. Beyond the safe environment, convenient transportation, similar food culture and less expensive consumption all attract Vietnamese students to study in Taiwan.
     President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh also expressed that Taiwan possesses advanced development in high tech, agriculture and industry which is an attractive focus for Vietnamese students. If collaboration between Vietnam and Taiwan can be solidified, Vietnamese students will have more chances to know Taiwan and be willing to come here to study.
     Last August, an unveiling ceremony was held by Wenzao and Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities to start the operation of the Taiwan Education Center, Hanoi. Chinese language teaching and Chinese language certifications are the two main projects. The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph.D. paid a visit to the Center and affirmed the effects of the academic and cultural exchanges between Vietnam and Taiwan.
     The team members of Wenzao include: the President, Dr. Kit Lam, Dr. Chang, Shoou-huey, the dean of College of European and Asian Languages, Kuei-Yinge Hsu, director of Taiwan Education Center and other superintendents. They are the promotional representatives of the education system in Taiwan; they also paid visits to some famous local universities. A contract was signed with Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities as a sister school for more academic exchanges.
  





Photo provided by Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation












Opening and ribbon cutting ceremony (from right to left): President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N, Huang, Chih-peng, representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Hanoi, The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D., President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh and
Director General International Cooperation Department
of MOET, Dr. Nguyen Xuan Vang.


The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (middle), representatives from Taiwan and government officers.












The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D.
gave a speech   

President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N gave a speech







President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (right 3)
and Lee, Yen-Yi, Director of Department of Technology and Vocational. Education, MOE (right 4) with representatives
and government officers 


The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (right 6)
visited Taiwan Education Center, Hanoi












 Prof. Dr. Vo Van Sen, President of Hanoi University of
 Social Sciences and Humanities (right 1) visited
the stand of Wenzao  


President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (left)
and President of Ho Chi Minh City University of
 Social Sciences and Humanities (right)
 signed a contract to become sister schools












An educational collaboration agreement between Vietnam & Taiwan was signed by Huang, Chih-peng (left), representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Hanoi and Tran Duy Hai (right), representative of Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office In Taipei, the Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (middle) and President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (left 2) both presented this historical moment. 


President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (left 2) was the moderator of the third session










President of Wenzao, Shieu-ming Chou, D.S.N (right 2) participated in the official meeting of
Taiwan Higher Education Fair 


Dr. Kit Lam (left) was the keynote speaker for Chinese Language Teaching Collaboration and shared teaching experiences in Vietnam and Taiwan.












The Minister of Education, Se-Hwa Wu, Ph. D. (left) was invited by President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh (right) 

Team members of Wenzao were invited by President of Hanoi University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh (right 4)