Why Study Taiwan ?

ทำไมถึงต้องเรียนที่ไต้หวันน้า วันนี้แอดมินจำนำเสนอเหตุผล 7 เหตุผลที่ควรไปเรียนที่ไต้หวันแต่ความจริงมีมากกว่า7อีกนะคะเเต่วันนี้เเอดมินขินำเสนอหัวข้อหลักๆ  ไต้หวันได้เปิดตัวแคมเปญเพื่อดึงดูดนักศึกษาต่างชาติกว่า 30,000 คนไปศึกษาต่อ  ด้วยความมั่งคั่งทางประวัติศาสตร์ วัฒนธรรม ความชำนาญด้านเทคโนโลยี ภาษาและความอุดมสมบูรณ์ทางธรรมชาติมากมาย คนไต้หวันเป็นมิตรกับคนต่างชาติหรือไม่? จะบอกว่าจำนวนนักเรียนต่างชาติที่อาศัยอยู่ในไต้หวันเพิ่มมากขึ้นเเละน้องๆเหล่านั้นก็เรียนจบเเล้วด้วยน้า ลองมาดูเหตุผลกันเลยจ๊ะ

1. Wealth

If you study in Taiwan, chances are that you will experience the joys of Taiwan’s wealth.  Taiwan’s boasts an average wealth level per adult well above most countries in the Asia-Pacific.  According to the 2016 Wealth Report, Taiwan’s average wealth level per adult is similar to that of Western Europe, at $172,847.  Taiwan attributes its success as a wealthy country with wealthy individuals to its high-income economy.  Out of its population of about 23.52 million, 356,000 people are millionaires.

2. Friendly to Expats

Taiwan is consistently ranked one of the best places in the world to live for expats.  Why?  Well, why not?  Its stunning countryside, delicious food, phenomenal coffee shops, and general financial ease (see #1) make it a delightful place to live.  Despite its wealth, it’s also quite an affordable place to live, eat, work, and play.  The biggest reason it’s such a popular expat haven?  The friendly locals.  Despite the potential language barrier (see #5), friendly interactions with the locals combined with one of the healthiest work-life balances in the world make Taiwan a top destination for expats—and for students.

3. Technology

If you want to study and work in technology, Taiwan is the place to be.  The 2016 Times Higher Education ranking put three Taiwanese universities on its global list of 150 for having the most employable graduates in technology.  What makes Taiwanese tech graduates work-ready?  Their highly ranked STEM programs combined with their industry partners give students a competitive edge.  In tech-based careers, having both classroom know-how and industry savvy can push you to the forefront of opportunity.   Did we mention Taiwan Semiconductor, allegedly the world’s largest independent pure-play semiconductor foundry?

4. Study in English…

Many universities in Taiwan offer accessible programs for English-language speakers.

5…. While Learning Chinese

Learning a new language is not only good for your brain—it’s a pretty good idea to have at least a working knowledge of your host country’s language.  Most Taiwanese universities offer Mandarin—Taiwan’s official language. You’ll start by learning the traditional Chinese characters—and apply them to reading, writing, and speaking.  If studying Mandarin for non-Mandarin speakers is not an option for you, consider beginning to learn yourself—and then figure out what you need.  To start?  Check out some fun language apps.  祝你好运

6. Scholarships

With Taiwan’s recent push to attract 30,000 international students, the Taiwanese Government offers generous scholarships to international students who want to learn Chinese, and pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in Taiwan. StudyInTaiwan.org has a helpful database where you can search for scholarships based on your educational purpose, background, field of study, and your country of origin.  They provide both the school and scholarship website based on the search terms that you enter.

7. Food

Eat small.  Eat often.  Eat well.  Global cuisine abounds in Taiwan, but its native cuisine is unforgettable.  Beef Noodle Soup, Oyster Pancakes, Danzai Noodles, Stinky Tofu, Bubble Tea, Green Onion Pancakes… the list goes on.  Eating good food is a national past-time.  Taipei itself has 20 streets dedicated just to snacking.  Enjoy the mashup of flavors—and savor the experience.



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