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04/11/2016.Joint Education Fair by Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages and Vietnam Draws a Multitude of 4,000 Students

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April 11, 2016





【News release: Public Relations Office


     (Taiwan Education Center Report)  In order to attract outstanding students to undertake studies in Taiwan, Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages and the University of Social Sciences and Humanities affiliated with Vietnam National University, Hanoi (hereinafter University of Social Sciences and Humanities), along with Hai Phong University and Thai Nguyen University, jointly hosted the “2016 Taiwan Higher Education Fair” in North Vietnam. The event drew over 4,200 students from the three areas of Hai Phong, Hanoi and Thai Nguyen to participate. In all, 81 representatives from 38 Taiwanese schools together promoted Taiwan’s excellent quality of education.

 


  The first fair event kicked off at Vietnam’s Hai Phong University on March 19. It was the first Taiwan higher education fair held in the Hai Phong region, and attracted over 1,200 local Vietnamese university and secondary students to participate. In the opening speech, Hai Phong University Rector Pham Van Cuong stated his desire to make the virtues of Taiwanese education known to the students of the Hai Phong region by holding the education fair and through face-to-face interactions between the two sides, and hoped these students would travel to Taiwan for studies.

 


  On March 20, the second fair event was convened at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, whose newly appointed Rector, Professor Pham Quang Minh stated in his speech that Taiwan has performed better in various areas than would be expected from its total area of approximately 36,000 square kilometers and population of 23 million, and that Vietnamese students would benefit from traveling there for studies. Because Rector Pham had personally traveled to Taiwan for academic exchanges on many occasions, on which he had gained a profound understanding of the excellent quality of Taiwanese higher education, he earnestly recommended studies in Taiwan as the best choice to the parents and students at the fair. Richard Shih, the Representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vietnam, especially thanked Rector Pham for his whole-hearted recommendation in his speech. Shih further stated that, at present, there are more than 4,000 Vietnamese students studying in Taiwan, and expressed hope that the number of Vietnamese students studying in Taiwan would increase several folds as a result of the efforts of the Economic and Cultural Office, the Taiwan Education Center in Hanoi, and various universities.

 


  Thai Nguyen University, located in the northern region of Hanoi, hosted the third fair event on March 21. This was also the first time Thai Nguyen had hosted the Taiwan Higher Education Fair. With a total of 16 schools in attendance, the fair attracted over 1,500 students from the Thai Nguyen University system and local high schools. Participating students further met with and asked questions of school representatives concerning applying for schools, scholarships, and other relevant matters. When interviewed, local third-year high school student Ms. Nguyen stated that she had learned simplified Chinese characters in school and that she had always believed Taiwan was a part of China. She said through attending the fair today she had discovered that Taiwan’s educational environment is really wonderful.

 


  The overall planning for this year’s Taiwan Higher Education Fair held in North Vietnam was undertaken by Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages. Ching-Hwa Tsai, Wenzao’s Vice President for Development, indicated that it was the second time this fair was hosted in the north of Vietnam, and that the number of schools which participated had increased from the 30 institutes of higher learning last year to 38 this year, which made apparent the desire of various Taiwanese schools to recruit students in Southeast Asia and Vietnam. The number of students who visited the fair increased from 1,200 last year to 4,200 this year, indicating the strong faith Vietnamese teachers, students and parents have in the quality of Taiwanese higher education. The Hanoi Taiwan Education Center that the Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages established within the University of Social Sciences and Humanities has worked with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vietnam, the Council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in Vietnam and its various branches, as well as various universities in Vietnam to promote educational exchanges between Vietnam and Taiwan over the last two years. This cooperation has once again yielded equally concrete accomplishments in areas such as services for students who want to study in Taiwan, recruitment, and academic and cultural exchanges, which have been largely praised by both the Taiwanese and Vietnamese parties involved.

 


Another unique aspect of this year’s fair was that the organizers arranged a time and place for participating representatives from various Taiwanese schools to meet with the heads and representatives of the Council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce’s various branches to discuss the opportunity for Taiwanese businesses in Vietnam to provide professional internships and employment, as well as empowerment of teachers. In addition, they individually arranged for presidents and academic officials from Hai Phong University, Thai Nguyen University, the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, and other universities to come together with representatives from various schools in Taiwan and negotiate further opportunities for establishing academic and educational exchanges for students and teachers.










































Photos courtesy of Department of English/ Office of International and Cross-Strait Cooperation



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All the representatives took a group photo at the Hanoi Higher Education Fair.

Vice President Tsai from Wenzao was interviewed by Chinese TV of Hanoi. 



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All the university representatives from Taiwan had a meeting with Hai Phong University and local Taiwanese entrepreneurs.

 The fair also increased the exposure of Taiwan in Hai Phong City. 


 



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The honorable guests invited to the Education Fair in Hanoi.


The wonderful performance of the students from Hai Phong University at the opening ceremony. 
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Vice President Tsai made a briefing of Wenzao to the Rector Pham Quang Minh. 



The booths of the participating universities are crowded with visitors. 










     
    




 




 
 

 

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April 11, 2016







【News release: Public Relations Office】

     (Taiwan Education Center Report)  In order to attract outstanding students to undertake studies in Taiwan, Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages and the University of Social Sciences and Humanities affiliated with Vietnam National University, Hanoi (hereinafter University of Social Sciences and Humanities), along with Hai Phong University and Thai Nguyen University, jointly hosted the “2016 Taiwan Higher Education Fair” in North Vietnam. The event drew over 4,200 students from the three areas of Hai Phong, Hanoi and Thai Nguyen to participate. In all, 81 representatives from 38 Taiwanese schools together promoted Taiwan’s excellent quality of education.
 

  The first fair event kicked off at Vietnam’s Hai Phong University on March 19. It was the first Taiwan higher education fair held in the Hai Phong region, and attracted over 1,200 local Vietnamese university and secondary students to participate. In the opening speech, Hai Phong University Rector Pham Van Cuong stated his desire to make the virtues of Taiwanese education known to the students of the Hai Phong region by holding the education fair and through face-to-face interactions between the two sides, and hoped these students would travel to Taiwan for studies.
 

  On March 20, the second fair event was convened at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, whose newly appointed Rector, Professor Pham Quang Minh stated in his speech that Taiwan has performed better in various areas than would be expected from its total area of approximately 36,000 square kilometers and population of 23 million, and that Vietnamese students would benefit from traveling there for studies. Because Rector Pham had personally traveled to Taiwan for academic exchanges on many occasions, on which he had gained a profound understanding of the excellent quality of Taiwanese higher education, he earnestly recommended studies in Taiwan as the best choice to the parents and students at the fair. Richard Shih, the Representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vietnam, especially thanked Rector Pham for his whole-hearted recommendation in his speech. Shih further stated that, at present, there are more than 4,000 Vietnamese students studying in Taiwan, and expressed hope that the number of Vietnamese students studying in Taiwan would increase several folds as a result of the efforts of the Economic and Cultural Office, the Taiwan Education Center in Hanoi, and various universities.
 

  Thai Nguyen University, located in the northern region of Hanoi, hosted the third fair event on March 21. This was also the first time Thai Nguyen had hosted the Taiwan Higher Education Fair. With a total of 16 schools in attendance, the fair attracted over 1,500 students from the Thai Nguyen University system and local high schools. Participating students further met with and asked questions of school representatives concerning applying for schools, scholarships, and other relevant matters. When interviewed, local third-year high school student Ms. Nguyen stated that she had learned simplified Chinese characters in school and that she had always believed Taiwan was a part of China. She said through attending the fair today she had discovered that Taiwan’s educational environment is really wonderful.
 

  The overall planning for this year’s Taiwan Higher Education Fair held in North Vietnam was undertaken by Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages. Ching-Hwa Tsai, Wenzao’s Vice President for Development, indicated that it was the second time this fair was hosted in the north of Vietnam, and that the number of schools which participated had increased from the 30 institutes of higher learning last year to 38 this year, which made apparent the desire of various Taiwanese schools to recruit students in Southeast Asia and Vietnam. The number of students who visited the fair increased from 1,200 last year to 4,200 this year, indicating the strong faith Vietnamese teachers, students and parents have in the quality of Taiwanese higher education. The Hanoi Taiwan Education Center that the Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages established within the University of Social Sciences and Humanities has worked with the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Vietnam, the Council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in Vietnam and its various branches, as well as various universities in Vietnam to promote educational exchanges between Vietnam and Taiwan over the last two years. This cooperation has once again yielded equally concrete accomplishments in areas such as services for students who want to study in Taiwan, recruitment, and academic and cultural exchanges, which have been largely praised by both the Taiwanese and Vietnamese parties involved.
 

Another unique aspect of this year’s fair was that the organizers arranged a time and place for participating representatives from various Taiwanese schools to meet with the heads and representatives of the Council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce’s various branches to discuss the opportunity for Taiwanese businesses in Vietnam to provide professional internships and employment, as well as empowerment of teachers. In addition, they individually arranged for presidents and academic officials from Hai Phong University, Thai Nguyen University, the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, and other universities to come together with representatives from various schools in Taiwan and negotiate further opportunities for establishing academic and educational exchanges for students and teachers.






Photos courtesy of Department of English/ Office of International and Cross-Strait Cooperation




 


 



All the representatives took a group photo at the Hanoi Higher Education Fair.

Vice President Tsai from Wenzao was interviewed by Chinese TV of Hanoi. 











All the university representatives from Taiwan had a meeting with Hai Phong University and local Taiwanese entrepreneurs.

 The fair also increased the exposure of Taiwan in Hai Phong City. 
 












The honorable guests invited to the Education Fair in Hanoi.

The wonderful performance of the students from Hai Phong University at the opening ceremony. 







Vice President Tsai made a briefing of Wenzao to the Rector Pham Quang Minh. 


The booths of the participating universities are crowded with visitors.