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Taiwan’s Environment Is Good for German Students to Study, Said Dr. Jens Mörchel from Dortmund

Taiwan’s Environment Is Good for German Students to Study, Said Dr. Jens Mörchel from Dortmund

 

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Professor Jens Mörchel in the Faculty of Business Studies at Fachhochschule Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts (FH Dortmund), Germany, visited NCUE President Yen-Kuang Kuo in May and talked to the students who are planning to study in Germany on exchange. Dortmund have been running the exchange program benefiting many students since they became partner universities. Dr. Mörchel indicated that the safety in society and the efficient transportation system make Taiwan a nice destination for German students to study and travel. He looks forward to closer interactions between the students of the two universities.

 
Dortmund, the 7th largest city in Germany, is located in the Ruhr district of North Rhine-Westphalia in Western Germany. The Ruhr district is an important location for the technology industry. Though officially established in 1971, FH Dortmund can trace its roots back to 1980 when the Royal Werkmeisterschule for Mechanical Engineers was founded. The way of teaching at FD Dortmund is application-oriented in resolving problems. Today the school offers over 50 disciplines of study and has 14,000 students enrolled.
 
When meeting with Dr. Mörchel, President Kuo indicated that NCUE makes every efforts to help German students so that they could enjoy their learning journey in Taiwan. NCUE is conveniently located in central Taiwan. Many exchange students travel around the island or even pay a visit to other Asian countries during their studies in Taiwan. According to President Kuo, a new residence hall will be completed in two years, providing the accommodations that better meet the needs of exchange students. Dr. Mörchel has high expectations of close interactions between the students of both sides. He stated that the safety in society and efficient transportation system make Taiwan a suitable place for German students loving traveling, to study.
 
Besides Dean Cindy Huang of the Office of International and Cross-strait Affairs (OICA), Division Head Hsiu-Hui Chang of OICA, and Professor Ling-Yu Wen of the Department of Finance, three exchange students from Dortmund were also present at the meeting. In response to President Kuo
’s concern about their adaptation to the new environment, the students shared their learning experiences in the different education systems of Taiwan and Germany with him.
 
Dr. Mörchel also paid a visit to Chair Shih-Chi Chang of the Department of Business Administration during his two-day itinerary at NCUE. He had discussion meetings on Jin-De and Bao-Shan campuses with the students who are planning to study in Germany on exchange to resolve their doubts. 

 

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