AU Is Ranked to Be a Best University in the World by 2020 THE Report.

AU is ranked No. 842 in the world, No. 11 in Taiwan, and No. 4 of the private universities in Taiwan. The UK Times Higher Education (THE) Report announced the other day that 18 universities in Taiwan are ranked in the list of top-1000 best universities in the world by 2020, and both Asia University (AU) and China Medical University (CMU), which is the allied university of AU, are included in the list. Based on the ranking list, it reveals that AU is ranked No. 842 in the world, No. 11 and No. 4 of all and private universities in …

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International College of Asia University Holds a Sharing Session on Summer Study Abroad in 2019

In the summer vacation this year, 307 students of AU went studying abroad in 10 countries, 21 universities. On October 3, International College of AU held a sharing session, and arranged 10 groups of representatives to share their overseas learning experiences with 105 students on spot, hoping that more students knew how to plan and apply for the summer study abroad program.

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University of Negeri Jakarta visits AU

Dean of International College, Yinghuei Chen and Vice Dean, Kunliang Chuang welcomed professor Agung Dharmawan Buchdadi and 7 other supervisors from University of Negeri Jakarta to visit AU. Professor Agung Dharmawan Buchdadi and his colleagues worked on dual degree programs with Chair of the Computer Science and Information Engineering, Prof. Hsingchung Chen, and Chair of Early Childhood Education, Prof. Shenfei Chen.

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AU Students of the Department of Nursing Go to Australia for Cross-Cultural Internship Program.

A total of nine AU students went to the University of Wollongong and Bupa North Rock for a summer internship to learn about the cross-cultural health promotion model. Prof. Hua-Shan Wu, a chairperson of the Department of Nursing at Asia University (AU), and Prof. Hui-Wen Chien together planned an “Australia Long-Term Care Internship Program,” and the project was supported by grants from the Ministry of Education of Taiwan. Therefore, a total of nine AU junior students from the Department of Nursing, Fang-Min Xu, Xuan-Xuan Lin, and Yi-Ru Chen, etc., went to the University of Wollongong (UOW), and two modern aged …

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