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Universities in Taiwan Take Part in 1st CU Study Abroad Fair in Bangkok

Universities in Taiwan Take Part in 1st CU Study Abroad Fair in Bangkok
Chulalongkorn University (CU) is the oldest and one of the best universities in Thailand. It has 19 faculties, 23 colleges, and research institutes with over 37,000 students and over 2,800 academic staff members. Its Office of International Affairs and Global Network hosted the 1st CU Study Abroad Fair 2017 on August 31, 2017 and invited top universities from all over the world to provide information about studying abroad there for CU students to consider.

The Fair provided a perfect venue for CU students to start and see which program is right for them. Whether students are ready to apply or just want to explore the possibilities and become inspired, it is never too early or too late to start planning. At the Fair, they could talk with representatives from CU’s overseas partner universities to find a program or scholarships that could kick off their journey and make their dreams fly.

There were exhibition booths featuring many universities from abroad including Taiwan, Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK, and the USA. National Taipei University of Technology, National Taiwan University and Taiwan Education Center were among the prestigious world-class universities and institutes invited to set up a booth at the fair. Many enthusiastic students visited the Taiwan booths, eager to find programs and scholarships to meet their needs.

Regardless different recruiting strategies of each university, together the universities all echoed one resounding message: “Come study in Taiwan!” A practical reason to study in Taiwan is its affordability. Thai students who make right decisions on studying in Taiwan will find themselves immersed in Taiwan’s rich culture and receive a world class education at an affordable price.

The level of Taiwan’s higher education has received world-class affirmation and it also holds a leading position in Asia. Many students from Southeast Asian countries consider Taiwan as their first choice for foreign study, and the number of foreign students studying in Taiwan has gradually risen over the years, reaching 116,416 this year.

More CU students found out how good Taiwanese universities are at the Fair, and we hope more CU students will come to our wonderful Taiwan to learn more and benefit from our state-of-the-art education and friendly people.

Photo:Delegates at the opening ceremony of the Fair.