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Taipei Tech set up internship program to send students to Germany

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Taipei Tech set up internship program to send students to Germany

Initiated in Germany, the concept of Industry 4.0 made great impact on global intelligent manufacturing industry. In order to enhance international exchange, Taipei Tech works with a Germany company, Sander, for student internship program. This program is expected to provide German industrial technique and culture for local students.

Taipei Tech’s mechanical engineering falls within the range between 105 and 200 in QS World University ranking by subject in 2017. The Intelligent Manufacturing System Education Factory which was designed, built, and used by Taipei Tech’s team is one of the kinds in Taiwan. It is not only a classroom but also a platform for Industry 4.0 R&D on campus.

To best cultivate talents in related field, Taipei Tech signed an intern contract with Sander sending students to Germany for a 6 months internship experience.

Located in Edenkoben, Sander mainly produces plastic injection molding machine. Sander is also one of the industry partners of Moldmax Technology Corp. whose Chairman Li Han-zhang is Taipei Tech alumnus.

Taipei Tech senior student Chang Ting-hao, who was an intern at Moldmax Technology Corp., is recommended to participate in the exchange program and will be leaving for Germany in February, 2018. He is excited about having hands-on experience in Sander production line and workplace during his staying in Germany.

The plane tickets will be sponsored by Lin Bao-zhang, INTAI Company CEO and Taipei Tech alumni. In the future, Taipei Tech expects to create more opportunities for students and send more Taipei Technists overseas.


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