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11/21/2016.Wenzao and NTUB Collaborate to Cultivate Language and Business Management Professionals

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Wenzao President and NTUB President Ruay-Shiung Chang after the signing ceremony.

         














 



November 21, 2016





 【News release: Public Relations Office】

     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages today held a signing ceremony with National Taipei University of Business (NTUB) for a plan which will see the two universities come together for the purpose of improving academic and teaching standards. The two institutions will work together to establish mutual course credit transfer, student exchange programs, academic and teaching collaboration, library resource sharing, as well as graduate student training in order to create and nurture professionals skilled in both languages and business management. The signing ceremony held today was attended by Wenzao President Shieu-ming Chou and NTUB President Ruay-Shiung Chang.
 
     In her speech during the ceremony, President Chou stated that this year marks Wenzao"s 50th anniversary. She also mentioned how the university continues to be ranked highly in university league tables compiled by well-respected magazines. This includes being ranked the best private vocational training institution in Taiwan by CommonWealth magazine in 2016. On an international scale, Wenzao comes in fifth out of all national and private universities in Taiwan behind only National Taiwan University, National Chengchi University, National Chiao Tung University, and Tamkang University. Additionally, Wenzao also ranks as the number one university in Taiwan for language and communications-related studies.
     President Chou emphasized how she hopes that the collaboration will provide Wenzao with the opportunity to learn from NTUB"s extensive experience in the business management field and running distance learning programs, while also linking north and south to jointly nurture professionals skilled in both languages and business management.
    
     NTUB President Chang underscored that Wenzao is the top language university in Taiwan, providing excellent language research and student education. As NTUB is a business-focused university, it places a strong emphasis on language proficiency among its students; however, its current lack of teachers in this area means that it is very much looking forward to working with Wenzao. President Chang went one step further to point out that NTUB is actively promoting a Taiwan-wide student exchange program. NTUB will now encourage its students to come to Wenzao to study for half a year, while also welcoming students from Wenzao to study at NTUB in Taipei. This will not only advance opportunities for increased student mobility, but also lead to closer collaboration between teachers from the two universities.

     



































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Wenzao President Shieu-ming Chou (right) and NTUB President Ruay-Shiung Chang (left) signing the agreement.

President Chou (right) presenting a Wenzao souvenir.



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President Chang (left) presenting a commemorative NTUB flag.


 Vice President for Academic Affairs Jian-Shiung Shie introducing Wenzao"s joint English curriculum and Language Diagnostic & Consulting Center.

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Director Der-wei Shia introducing the operation of NTUB"s


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Attendees happily posing for a group photo at the end of the event.



 


 

 




 
 

 

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Wenzao President and NTUB President Ruay-Shiung Chang after the signing ceremony.
         








 


November 21, 2016







 【News release: Public Relations Office】
     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages today held a signing ceremony with National Taipei University of Business (NTUB) for a plan which will see the two universities come together for the purpose of improving academic and teaching standards. The two institutions will work together to establish mutual course credit transfer, student exchange programs, academic and teaching collaboration, library resource sharing, as well as graduate student training in order to create and nurture professionals skilled in both languages and business management. The signing ceremony held today was attended by Wenzao President Shieu-ming Chou and NTUB President Ruay-Shiung Chang.       In her speech during the ceremony, President Chou stated that this year marks Wenzao"s 50th anniversary. She also mentioned how the university continues to be ranked highly in university league tables compiled by well-respected magazines. This includes being ranked the best private vocational training institution in Taiwan by CommonWealth magazine in 2016. On an international scale, Wenzao comes in fifth out of all national and private universities in Taiwan behind only National Taiwan University, National Chengchi University, National Chiao Tung University, and Tamkang University. Additionally, Wenzao also ranks as the number one university in Taiwan for language and communications-related studies.
     President Chou emphasized how she hopes that the collaboration will provide Wenzao with the opportunity to learn from NTUB"s extensive experience in the business management field and running distance learning programs, while also linking north and south to jointly nurture professionals skilled in both languages and business management.          NTUB President Chang underscored that Wenzao is the top language university in Taiwan, providing excellent language research and student education. As NTUB is a business-focused university, it places a strong emphasis on language proficiency among its students; however, its current lack of teachers in this area means that it is very much looking forward to working with Wenzao. President Chang went one step further to point out that NTUB is actively promoting a Taiwan-wide student exchange program. NTUB will now encourage its students to come to Wenzao to study for half a year, while also welcoming students from Wenzao to study at NTUB in Taipei. This will not only advance opportunities for increased student mobility, but also lead to closer collaboration between teachers from the two universities.
     







Photo provided by Olivia Hsieh




 






Wenzao President Shieu-ming Chou (right) and NTUB President Ruay-Shiung Chang (left) signing the agreement.

President Chou (right) presenting a Wenzao souvenir.












President Chang (left) presenting a commemorative NTUB flag.

 Vice President for Academic Affairs Jian-Shiung Shie introducing Wenzao"s joint English curriculum and Language Diagnostic & Consulting Center.











Director Der-wei Shia introducing the operation of NTUB"s
open education college.

Attendees happily posing for a group photo at the end of the event.