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2017-03-20
2017 NCCU International Partner Day: Discussion on Future Exchange Program with Chiang-Mai University

By Caroline Hosey, Student Reporter
Fri. MARCH 17, 2017

 

On March 17th, 2017 NCCU hosted an International Partner Day event in order to promote collaboration with other universities around the globe.  Forty guests from twenty-nine different universities met with professors from various departments at NCCU to discuss prospects of exchange programs and other collaborative projects.

 

The morning started with a short film and presentation to introduce guests to the various departments, history, and current projects happening at NCCU. Afterwards, guests attended a meet-and-greet in order to introduce themselves and network. In the afternoon the guests attended short meetings to discuss the prospects of future collaboration projects.

 

The day ended with a tree planting ceremony, where guests planted roses together at the entrance gate of NCCU.  The rose bushes were meant to symbolize wealth and good luck in careers and relationships between the partner universities and NCCU. Like the roses flowering, this event was supposed to represent new relationships blossoming.

 

During the Partner Day festivities, the IMICS department was especially excited to discuss a future exchange program with Associate Professor Terapatt Vannaruemol of Chiang Mai University. Chiang Mai University now offers a Master’s program in International Communications Studies, and they are currently in the process of developing their curriculum to incorporate English courses that would be similar to courses offered in IMICS.  The goal is that by 2019 an exchange program between NCCU and Chiang Mai University will be implemented so students will have the opportunity to earn their degree with an accreditation from both universities. 

 

(Photo credit: Caroline Hosey)

During the Partner Day festivities, IMICS and Chiang Mai University discussed on a future exchange program. Students will have the opportunity to earn their degree with an accreditation from both universities.
The day ended with a rose-planting ceremony. The rose bushes were meant to symbolize wealth and good luck in careers and relationships between the partner universities and NCCU.
 
 
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