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Taipei Tech reaches out to Vietnam students

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Taipei Tech reaches out to Vietnam students

In 2016, President Ing-wen Tsai specified in the New Southbound Policy that Taiwan must deepen the connection with the Association of Southeast Asian nations, South Asian countries, New Zeeland, and Australia in various levels such as economy, technology, and culture. Many universities including Taipei Tech put more efforts into recruiting students from those regions in response to the government’s policy.

Taipei Tech has 620 international students and nearly 45% of them are from Vietnam.

In order to attract more people to study at Taipei Tech as well as to promote ourselves in Vietnam, we attended the Taiwan Education Fair 2017 which was held during March 10-15 at Ho Chi Minh City and Danang, Vietnam.

In addition to the Fair, we also visited our existing/promising cooperative schools like the University of Da Nang and the Electric Power University and so on. During the process, we receive many positive feedback and inquiries toward our university. Prospective student was not only interested in degree programs but also curious about what kind of Mandarin courses we have to offer.

With the support and recommendation from our alumni in Hanoi, an interview was hold after the Fair was finished. Since Taipei Tech has a reputation within and scholarship for international students, lots people showed their strong inclination to apply for our school.

In conclusion, the recruitment market potential lies in Vietnam is huge, and with the subsidy provided from the university, Taipei Tech is one of the best choices for Vietnam students.


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