AU Newsletter Vol. 019

  • 2022-10-03
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AU Listed No. 4 in MOE 2022 Teaching Practice Research Program

The Ministry of Education, Taiwan, announced on July 10 the names of awardees for the 2022 Teaching Practice Research Program, and 36 projects by Asia University (AU) faculty members were approved by the organizing committee, making AU No. 4 among 160 universities in Taiwan..... read more

AU was Selected as the Partner University by the Indonesian International Vocational Student Mobility Awards (IISMA)
Asia University (AU), Taiwan, was selected as one of the 52 partner universities around the world by the “Indonesian International Vocational Student Mobility Awards (IISMA).” Prof. Yinghuei Chen, Dean of the International College, said that AU was honored to work with the Indonesian government to provide academic training and internships for Indonesian vocational more

105 Students from Asia University Won the Research Grants from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan
The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) just released the list of this year’s research grants for College Students and AU was listed as the No. 8th university in terms of the number of student projects among 160 universities in Taiwan. For the past six consecutive years, AU has had more than 100 student projects funded annually by the MOST, thereby encouraging and motivating AU undergraduates to do research under the guidance of their more

AU Held a Bi-lingual Education Forum Online
The Center for the Development of Language Teaching and Research (CDLTR) and the College of Management at Asia University hosted the 2022 International Online Conference on “Bilingual Education: Teaching Practices and Challenges” on June 24. Mr. James C. F. Huang, the Chairman of Taiwan External Trade Development Council, and Mr. Ben Beaumont, the Senior Trainer and Consultant of Oxford EMI Center, were invited to deliver two keynote lectures, sharing their insights and expertise in this aspect. The conference, focusing on the EMI course designs and teaching practices, attracted 174 participants, both local and international, to gather online and discuss the current challenges and future development of bi-lingual education from elementary schools to higher more