AU Received 103 Research Grants for College Students

Asia University received a total of 103 research grants from Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), ranked No.7 among 160 universities in Taiwan, in its application for “Research Grants for College Students” this year.  In terms of project number by per professor, AU’s ratio is 0.29, ranked No.1 in all Taiwan universities. In seven consecutive years, Asia University has won over one hundred research grants for professors to upgrade and renovate their curricula and improve the teaching and learning environment in general. Dr. Jeffrey J.P. Tsai, president of Asia University, stated that AU has performed well in various international university …

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AU Ranked 191 in 2021 Young University Rankings

The Times Higher Education just released this year’s list of the best universities in the Young University Rankings on June 24, and AU ranked No. 191 among 475 universities globally, and No. 3 in Taiwan. The universities are judged across all their core missions: teaching; research; knowledge transfer; and international outlook – to provide the most comprehensive and balanced comparisons available. Dr. Chang-hai Tsai, founder of Asia University, said that AU celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, becoming the youngest among 17 Taiwan universities listed.  It is a great honor to be listed and confirmed for its academic performance and …

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AU Students Won Gold Medals in 2021 DNA Paris Design Awards

Two Asia University students from the Department of Interior Design won gold medals in 2021 DNA Paris Design Awards announced on June 21.  Yu-hsiang Lin won a gold medal in the category of “Renovation” with his work, “Zen Art Gallery,” and Yung-jui Liang won another gold medal in the category of “Retail” with his work, “RUNI Flower.”  Hong Ren Wang, also from the Department of Interior Design received an “Honorary Mention” with his work, “Mobile City” in the category of “Retail.” Yu-hsiang Lin said that his idea of “Zen Art Gallery” came from an architecture tour to Japan during his …

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AU Held its 2021 Commencement Online

AU held its 2021 commencement online on June 5.  Due to the impact of the pandemic, the graduates could not come to the campus to attend the ceremony in person.  However, most students attended the ceremony online to celebrate this great event in their lives.  Ms. Shiou-Yen Lu, mayor of Taichung City, also sent her video message to all the graduates in the ceremony. Dr. Chang-hai Tsai, founder of the university, sent his congratulatory messages to all the graduates and encouraged them to pursue their career development with what they had learned on campus and to meet the future challenges …

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