Taiwan’s universities collaborate in dynamic worldwide outreach

The Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan seeks to combine its 116 member universities’ instructional strengths and decorate their global competitiveness. Tony Martin invited the chairperson, Professor Huey-Jen Jenny Su ScD, additionally President of National Cheng Kung University, to inform QS Showcase’s readers about the employer’s sports she leads and their impact.

When changed into FICHET based? Who are its participants, and what are its main ambitions?

dynamic worldwide outreach

The Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan (FICHET) is a non-income enterprise based in 2005, with the aid of the Ministry of Education (MOE) Taiwan and its member universities, to combine the instructional strength of Taiwan’s higher training institutions and to enhance their international competitiveness. Currently, FICHET incorporates 116 member universities. FICHET has been responsible for using the government to characterize as a platform for international cooperation among Taiwanese and foreign universities.

Current operations of the foundation consciousness, especially on promoting international students of the ‘Study in Taiwan’ brand consisting of controlling the Study in Taiwan internet site and social media. Secondly, the foundation has collaborated with 18 international locations or areas over the years to organize 43 bilateral forums worldwide. Besides, the inspiration is answerable for planning worldwide educator assemblies in Europe, America, and Asia and for decorating verbal exchange efficiency among various dealers operating on these systems.

FICHET duties

Build the Study in Taiwan logo to promote global pupil recruitment.
Organize and plan bilateral sports to beautify international academic collaboration between Taiwan and other HEIs.
Coordinate Taiwan’s universities to take part in worldwide educators’ meetings.
Organize seminars on worldwide schooling affairs.
Support strategic global training programs.
Counsel the operation and improvement of MOE-funded foreign places ‘Taiwan Education Centers.’

What makes Taiwanese better training appealing to worldwide college students and universities? In what markets is FICHET energetic? How does it reach out to capable students around the arena?

From the angle of international college students, the electricity of Taiwanese better schooling is, in reality, prolific instructional resources and reasonable tuition charges. Taiwan’s educational research in science, engineering, and agriculture is mainly robust. In December 2017, FICHET performed an internet survey of the reports of worldwide students reading in Taiwan. Almost six thousand worldwide students took part in the survey. The first three motives they determined to observe in Taiwan are the less high price of looking at, high-quality and recognition of Taiwan’s higher schooling, and ease of adapting to the Taiwanese culture. The holistic academic surroundings are virtually the principal purpose of many overseas universities that would inspire their students to come back to Taiwan.

According to the contemporary records published by the Ministry of Education, more than 117,000 worldwide college students studied in Taiwan in 2017/2018. Most global college students come from North and South East Asia, including China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, Vietnam, and Indonesia. Around 10,000 students from Europe or North America also come to Taiwan to analyze Mandarin Chinese every 12 months.

At CHET, we have been continuously promoting Taiwan’s higher training, especially within social media advertising and marketing, including the Study in Taiwan website and the Facebook fans page via YouTube and Instagram posts. Our strategy to interact with prospective students around the arena is through social media such as SIT Facebook, which enjoys hundred and eighty 000 fanatics. It is the maximum popular study overseas branding page in East Asia. Over the years, we have produced 65 movies of global college students studying in Taiwan, which can be the only materials to grow Taiwanese universities’ visibility through online media. Our goal is to “make every student an ambassador of Taiwan.”

Besides, we’ve also created cooperative relationships with other international pupils facts. We furnish awarding enterprises, including Campus France, ARES Belgium, Japan Committee of Universities for International Exchange (JACQUIE), Association of Indian Universities, DAAD Taiwan, British Council Taiwan, and Fulbright Taiwan.