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Department of International Affairs signs an MOU with ten renowned enterprises.
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 May 10, 2016





 【News release: Department of International Affairs】

     To facilitate the development of practicums, improve the hands-on abilities of teachers and students, and to realize the educational goal of nurturing international talents in the field of political economy who speak foreign languages and have cultural sensitivity, the Department of International Affairs signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a strategic alliance with ten domestic enterprises and institutions, including International Federation of BPW, Citizen of Earth, Hotel Yam, Guxian Co., Ltd., Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation, Topart Living, Veda International Corp, Same Yuan Capacitor Enterprise, John Tung Foundation, and Lavender Cottage. It is expected that by forging the alliance, the Department can work with industry in the three areas of international politics, international economy and international cultural research to realize the goal of talents meeting the abovementioned demands.  

     The signatory enterprises support the development of practicums, and agree to provide co-teaching programs and off-campus internships to students, and help teachers to participate in public and private institutions. Moreover, the in-depth services will offer teachers the opportunities to reach out to industry and enrich the practical teaching resources. The Department will find its desired position, develop the core professional abilities and adjust the practicums accordingly.

     During the signing ceremony, the representative of each enterprise introduced the scope of business and sought opportunities for cooperation. They also shared experiences regarding the offering of internships, so that the enterprises which are new to the cooperation can learn how to train interns. 

     Yi-ru Tsai, a junior of the Department, is serving at the Citizen of Earth for her semester internship. She accompanied Director Han-lin Lee to the ceremony and shared her experience. She spoke with confidence and orderliness, leaving a deep impression on the representatives of the enterprises. Companies such as Topart Living and Veda International Corp. offered internships right away.

     The Department has been working with Guxian Co., Ltd. and Farmalite Trading Co., Ltd. for the industry-university cooperative program. From the 2015 academic year, the two enterprises have been providing research subsidies to three to four outstanding juniors of the Department. Recipients are provided with a monthly subsidy of NTD 8,500 during the semester, including labor and health insurances. A monthly payment of at least 22,000 is offered to them during the summer and semester internships, and an initial salary of NTD 30,000 is also guaranteed after their graduation. 

     The MOU signing ceremony marks the beginning of cooperation between the Department and enterprises. It is expected that with the help of the strategic partners from industry, graduates of the Department will be able to quickly adapt to their new workplace.
 











































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MOU Signing Ceremony


Completion of MOU Signing Ceremony

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Chairperson Yu-jane Chen of the Department of International Affairs makes a remark.


Ideas exchange among signatory enterprises.

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Representatives of enterprises introduce themselves and


seek opportunities for cooperation .


Signatory enterprises seek opportunities for cooperation.
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During her internship at the Citizen of Earth, Yi-ru Tsai took part in the petition effort launched for the protection of eastern coastal areas at the Megaport Festival.
Photo provided by Yi-ru Tsai,


 Department of International Affairs 



Yi-ru Tsai serves as an intern at the Citizen of Earth.
Photo provided by Yi-ru Tsai,


Department of International Affairs




 




 
 

 

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Department of International Affairs signs an MOU with ten renowned enterprises.Photo provided by the Department of International Affairs
 







 


 May 10, 2016







 【News release: Department of International Affairs】
     To facilitate the development of practicums, improve the hands-on abilities of teachers and students, and to realize the educational goal of nurturing international talents in the field of political economy who speak foreign languages and have cultural sensitivity, the Department of International Affairs signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a strategic alliance with ten domestic enterprises and institutions, including International Federation of BPW, Citizen of Earth, Hotel Yam, Guxian Co., Ltd., Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation, Topart Living, Veda International Corp, Same Yuan Capacitor Enterprise, John Tung Foundation, and Lavender Cottage. It is expected that by forging the alliance, the Department can work with industry in the three areas of international politics, international economy and international cultural research to realize the goal of talents meeting the abovementioned demands.  
     The signatory enterprises support the development of practicums, and agree to provide co-teaching programs and off-campus internships to students, and help teachers to participate in public and private institutions. Moreover, the in-depth services will offer teachers the opportunities to reach out to industry and enrich the practical teaching resources. The Department will find its desired position, develop the core professional abilities and adjust the practicums accordingly.
     During the signing ceremony, the representative of each enterprise introduced the scope of business and sought opportunities for cooperation. They also shared experiences regarding the offering of internships, so that the enterprises which are new to the cooperation can learn how to train interns. 
     Yi-ru Tsai, a junior of the Department, is serving at the Citizen of Earth for her semester internship. She accompanied Director Han-lin Lee to the ceremony and shared her experience. She spoke with confidence and orderliness, leaving a deep impression on the representatives of the enterprises. Companies such as Topart Living and Veda International Corp. offered internships right away.
     The Department has been working with Guxian Co., Ltd. and Farmalite Trading Co., Ltd. for the industry-university cooperative program. From the 2015 academic year, the two enterprises have been providing research subsidies to three to four outstanding juniors of the Department. Recipients are provided with a monthly subsidy of NTD 8,500 during the semester, including labor and health insurances. A monthly payment of at least 22,000 is offered to them during the summer and semester internships, and an initial salary of NTD 30,000 is also guaranteed after their graduation. 
     The MOU signing ceremony marks the beginning of cooperation between the Department and enterprises. It is expected that with the help of the strategic partners from industry, graduates of the Department will be able to quickly adapt to their new workplace. 







Photos provided by the Department of International Affairs












MOU Signing Ceremony

Completion of MOU Signing Ceremony











Chairperson Yu-jane Chen of the Department of International Affairs makes a remark.

Ideas exchange among signatory enterprises.











Representatives of enterprises introduce themselves and
seek opportunities for cooperation .

Signatory enterprises seek opportunities for cooperation.







During her internship at the Citizen of Earth, Yi-ru Tsai took part in the petition effort launched for the protection of eastern coastal areas at the Megaport Festival.Photo provided by Yi-ru Tsai,
 Department of International Affairs 


Yi-ru Tsai serves as an intern at the Citizen of Earth.Photo provided by Yi-ru Tsai,
Department of International Affairs