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Secretary Wang Zhiqiang Visited Partner Institutions in Taiwan

published: 2016-04-29 15:43:00       hits: 

On April 18 and 23, Secretary of the CPC Committee of UESTC along with the delegation visited I-Shou University, National University of Kaohsiung, The National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, National Chiao Tung University, Fu Jen Catholic University and Yuan Ze University, and saw exchange students from UESTC.

Secretary Wang simply introduced the current situation of UESTC, one in particular concerned that college attached great importance to fostering talents, and has put forward a lot of specific and effective measures and achieved fruitful results in the strategy of strengthening university with more talented people, expanding the scope of the disciplines and achieving its internationalization. He pointed out that the friendly cooperation between UESTC and partner Institutions in Taiwan has a good foundation, he was particularly grateful to Taiwan teachers for the years love and care for students from UESTC. Secretary Wang hoped that based on the students exchanges, universities on both sides of the Straits agreed to conduct further teachers exchanges and research collaboration.

Taiwan school leaders, respectively, introduced own discipline characteristic, overviews of cooperation and exchanges with mainland universities as well as effective measures to cultivate talents, such as focus on practices, in the areas of course implement, students training, technology transfer and so on maintaining close cooperative relationship with business. Partner institutions in Taiwan spoke highly of the study and comprehensive performance of students from UESTC, and hoped conduct further academic exchange at the teachers level, discuss a bilateral or multilateral exchange mechanism.

The delegation together with several universities discussed the details of “2+2”dual degrees system and “3+1+1”Tri-flow double diploma program which will be launched in next year.\



The delegation also visited campuses and laboratories of these schools. Many places impressed members of delegation, including situational teaching area of I-Shou University, Chinese culture zone of International Education College, library of National University of Kaohsiung, Innovation Center for Science and Technology and Center for Architecture in The National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, development center (namely history museum) and dust-free clean laboratory (namely ultra-clean chamber) of National Chiao Tung University, catholic museum of Fu Jen Catholic University as well as senior people welfare science and technology research center in Yuan Ze University.

In the spring semester of 2016, totally 42 UESTC students have gone to 9 Taiwan universities. The delegation members had an informal discussion with these students, and student representatives reported their situation of study, life and cultural experiences. The students spoke highly of the interaction, research and experience type teaching methods as well as English teaching materials, which in their opinion, had great impact on their analyzing methods and attitudes toward research, and in the love and care from their teachers and students in Taiwan made they feel at home. All of them expresses that they would value this precious chance, study hard to broaden their horizon so as to become a man of tremendous promise.

In Secretary Wang’s three-day trip to Taiwan, his entourage including the head of academic affairs office, school of Electronic Engineering, school of Management and Economics and office of HongKong, Macau and Taiwan affairs.

Translator: Zhang Guihua