Monday, December 12, 2011

Vietnamese Students Get a look at Taiwan's Higher Education Scene

Vietnamese students get a look at Taiwan's higher education scene.
Taipei, Nov. 21 (CNA) Taiwan opened a series of higher education fairs in Vietnam Monday, hoping to encourage students to pursue a university education on the island. The Ministry of Education (MOE) said a delegation led by Minister Wu Ching-ji presented higher education opportunities in Taiwan at a fair in Ho Chi Minh City on Monday and will hold similar events in Danang on Thursday and Hanoi on Friday. Taking part in the three fairs will be 130 representatives - including 18 school presidents, seven vice presidents and 17 heads of international affairs offices - from 41 public and private schools. The representatives will provide visitors with the latest information on their schools, on Taiwan's education system and on scholarship opportunities, the MOE said.

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