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06/29/2015.President Chou Visits Mongolia to recruit Students and strengthen International Ties

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President Chou (second left) and President Otgonbat Barkhuu of Global Leadership University (second right),


 after signing a sister-school agreement
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June 29, 2015






【News release: Public Relations Office


  


     President Chou was joined by Dr. Kit Lam, Dean of the Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation, on a visit to Global Leadership University in Mongolia (also the Taiwan Education Center in Mongolia), by invitation of the Global Leadership University. This is part of Wenzao’s effort to strengthen recruitment in Mongolia and promote academic exchanges. The visit further strengthens the University’s international ties after the Mongolia-based UBS conducted a special report on Wenzao in March.


 


     Representatives from Wenzao visited Mongolia’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Science to discuss future cooperation. Arranged by the Taipei Trade and Economic Representative Office in Ulaanbaatar, the reps also visited Mongolian State University of Education, Mongolian State University of Agriculture and the National University of Mongolia. During the visit, President Chou was invited to introduce Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in prominent local media programs, including UBS’s “Tea or Coffee” and the global leadership program.


 


     A special admission and recruitment seminar was held during the visit for future students. Many Mongolian students came to the seminar after obtaining the information on TV. Dr. Kit Lam, Dean of Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation, met with students in the seminar and the Q&A session. She also provided assistance for students applying for enrollment. Wenzao has already received four completed admission applications. The four Mongolian students are expected to start their undergraduate study in Wenzao this September, with majors ranging from international affairs, English, Japanese and Applied Chinese.


 


     In the future, Wenzao plans to launch new partnership projects in collaboration with the Taiwan Education Center in Mongolia, which include sending two exchange students each semester, opening new service learning programs in hospitals and orphanages, and providing internship courses for summer study tours or short-term cultural camps.


  


     There has been an increase in the number of Mongolian students who show interest in pursuing higher-education opportunities in Taiwan. Currently, there are over 1,000 Mongolian students in Taiwan, of which 300 are short-term exchange students and 700 are degree-seeking students. In mid-March, a UBS production team visited Wenzao for a special TV report, which was later made into a promotion film and broadcast on its TV channel and website. The film helped to promote Taiwan’s higher education.



 


 


 


 


      


 

















































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President Chou visited the Taipei Trade and Economic Representative Office in Ulaanbaatar. Also in the picture are Representative Yang Xinyi, and First Secretary Chen Qinyan.



Wenzao representatives with Mongolian students who have already applied to study in Taiwan in Mongolia’s Global Leadership University.


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President Chou with President D. Munkhjargal of Mongolian State University of Education during visit. 



President Chou (second left) with representatives from the Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation during visit to National University of Mongolia.



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President Chou with Dean Sangirinchin of English Department of Mongolia’s Global Leadership University during the recording session of the global leadership program. 



President Chou talked about Taiwan and Wenzao’s study environment during a UBS morning live interview.



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Taiwan Education Center in Mongolia, which is located in Global Leadership University in Mongolia.  



President Otgonbat Barkhuu of Global Leadership University accompanied President Chou on a visit to the Genghis Khan Museum.


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Ariunjargal is going to study at Dept. of International Affairs 



Dayndori Bataa is going to study at Dept. of Japanese



 


 








 
 

 

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President Chou (second left) and President Otgonbat Barkhuu of Global Leadership University (second right),
 after signing a sister-school agreementPhoto / Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation










June 29, 2015








【News release: Public Relations Office】

  
     President Chou was joined by Dr. Kit Lam, Dean of the Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation, on a visit to Global Leadership University in Mongolia (also the Taiwan Education Center in Mongolia), by invitation of the Global Leadership University. This is part of Wenzao’s effort to strengthen recruitment in Mongolia and promote academic exchanges. The visit further strengthens the University’s international ties after the Mongolia-based UBS conducted a special report on Wenzao in March.
 
     Representatives from Wenzao visited Mongolia’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Science to discuss future cooperation. Arranged by the Taipei Trade and Economic Representative Office in Ulaanbaatar, the reps also visited Mongolian State University of Education, Mongolian State University of Agriculture and the National University of Mongolia. During the visit, President Chou was invited to introduce Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in prominent local media programs, including UBS’s “Tea or Coffee” and the global leadership program.
 
     A special admission and recruitment seminar was held during the visit for future students. Many Mongolian students came to the seminar after obtaining the information on TV. Dr. Kit Lam, Dean of Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation, met with students in the seminar and the Q&A session. She also provided assistance for students applying for enrollment. Wenzao has already received four completed admission applications. The four Mongolian students are expected to start their undergraduate study in Wenzao this September, with majors ranging from international affairs, English, Japanese and Applied Chinese.
 
     In the future, Wenzao plans to launch new partnership projects in collaboration with the Taiwan Education Center in Mongolia, which include sending two exchange students each semester, opening new service learning programs in hospitals and orphanages, and providing internship courses for summer study tours or short-term cultural camps.
  
     There has been an increase in the number of Mongolian students who show interest in pursuing higher-education opportunities in Taiwan. Currently, there are over 1,000 Mongolian students in Taiwan, of which 300 are short-term exchange students and 700 are degree-seeking students. In mid-March, a UBS production team visited Wenzao for a special TV report, which was later made into a promotion film and broadcast on its TV channel and website. The film helped to promote Taiwan’s higher education.

 
 
 
 
      
 




Photo / Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation 












President Chou visited the Taipei Trade and Economic Representative Office in Ulaanbaatar. Also in the picture are Representative Yang Xinyi, and First Secretary Chen Qinyan.


Wenzao representatives with Mongolian students who have already applied to study in Taiwan in Mongolia’s Global Leadership University.








President Chou with President D. Munkhjargal of Mongolian State University of Education during visit. 


President Chou (second left) with representatives from the Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation during visit to National University of Mongolia.










President Chou with Dean Sangirinchin of English Department of Mongolia’s Global Leadership University during the recording session of the global leadership program. 


President Chou talked about Taiwan and Wenzao’s study environment during a UBS morning live interview.












Taiwan Education Center in Mongolia, which is located in Global Leadership University in Mongolia.  


President Otgonbat Barkhuu of Global Leadership University accompanied President Chou on a visit to the Genghis Khan Museum.










Ariunjargal is going to study at Dept. of International Affairs 


Dayndori Bataa is going to study at Dept. of Japanese