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National Sun Yat-sen University Taiwan Visit FT-UB
  • Students of Faculty of Engineering Interviewed by Team of National Central University


Published by UB News ( Prasetya Online ) on December 07, 2015

    Within a week, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Brawijaya (FT-UB) get two visits from prominent universities in Taiwan. After receiving visit from National Central University (NCU) on Monday (30/Nov/2015), on Wednesday (02/Dec/2015) the National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU) also visited FT-UB.

    NSYSU delegations consist of Dean College of Engineering Prof Chua-Chin Wang, Vice President for International Affairs Prof. Chih-Wen Kuo, Director of Institute of Enviromental Engineering Kang-Shin Chen, and representative of Department of Materials and Optoelectronic Science Tsung-Ming Tsai, PhD.

    In his speech represent the group, Chua-Chin Wang reveal the purpose of the visit that is to offer and also conducting interview of further studies scholarship program especially from Department of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering.

    At the presentation revealed that NSYSU has the largest percentage in the number of international students in Taiwan with the range of 10% of the total number of students. One of the strengths of this state university which was established in 1980 is a strong collaboration with industry.

    “Since 2009 we established the Office of Industrial and Continuing Education Affair to support this program,” said Chua-Chin Wang. “Strong collaboration with industry provides a great opportunity for the students. Many foreign students graduated decided to stay in Taiwan and work there,” he added.

    In the presence of 50 applicants, he also introduced two English Programs include Electric Power Engineering and Telecommunication Program.

    For students who show good performance, Chua-Chin Wang offers many opportunities scholarships that can be achieved. Especially in the last 3 years College of Engineering to obtain a US$ 11 million grant for research. “More than 85% of professors at the School of Engineering to get a research grant from the ministry or government agency in Taiwan,” he added.

    By doing so, students have an opportunity to obtain additional funds is even greater if joined in the research project. They will be supported by funding of the project.

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