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Date:2018-03-28
Bracket:2017 NCYU News
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Der-Ching Yang, NCYU Dean of International Affairs, offered first-hand information to students at the fair. NCYU Recruits Malaysian Students in Conjunction with New Southbound Policy
  In conjunction with “New Southbound Policy” enacted by the central government to enhance campus internationalization and encourage outstanding foreign students to pursue degrees in Taiwan, a delegation from National Chiayi University attended “Taiwan Further Education Fair 2018,” organized by Taiwan Education Center, Malaysia from March 26th to 30th. The fair featured exhibits from 34 universities and colleges nationwide, and on-site student recruitment fairs were held in five places including Johor Bahru, Kuang Kline, Klang, Tanjung Shiba, and Bentong.

  According to Yang, there are around 187 Malaysian students, among 385 international students, at NCYU, who account for 40% of their total international students, making Malaysia the largest source country for international students to NCYU. Thus they have never been absent at on-site student recruitment events in Malaysia. At the further education fair, the delegation not only promoted the excellent teachers and learning environment of the university, but offered first-hand information regarding studies at NCYU. They also answered questions from students about academic studies, living, and accommodation, among others. Jiang Wen-De, chairman of the NCYU Malaysian Student Association, was specially present at the fair to offer guidance. Jiang said that seeing Yang, new NCYU Dean of International Affairs, honoring the further education fair, he strongly felt how NCYU values the opportunities to recruit Malaysia international students. This also, he added, boosted the confidence in the Malaysian alumni who hoped to encourage young students to pursue studies at NCYU.

  According to NCYU, the most frequently inquired departments at the fair included the Department of Early Childhood Education and Department of E-learning Design and Management, Teachers College; Department of Foreign Languages and Music Department, College of Humanities and Arts; Department of Finance, College of Management; Department of Applied Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering; Department of Animal Science, College of Agriculture; Department of Food Science, College of Life Sciences; and the Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine. They could see from the above list the workforce demands of today’s job market in Malaysia, and more international programs might need to be crafted to attract more foreign students.
Delegation from Chong Hwa High School S.B.R. visited the recruitment stall of National Chiayi University. A group photo of Der-Ching Yang, NCYU Dean of International Affairs, Lee Hong-Sen, CEO of Taiwan Education Center, Malaysia, and teachers from Chinese High School, Batu Pahat Lin Sung-Hsing, head of the International Student Affairs, Office of International Affairs, NCYU, answered questions by students at the fair.
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