CMU and Fulbright Taiwan Signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

Date:November 11, 2020

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To build up an international campus, it is important to encourage our scholars to go abroad and to recruit international talents. On November 9th, 2020, China Medical University (CMU) and Fulbright Taiwan, Foundation of Scholarly Exchange signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and agreed to form an international academic talent exchange network that connect the scholars and partner institutions worldwide.

 

CMU President Mien-Chie Hung and Dr. Randall Nadeau, Director of Fulbright Taiwan, had a very pleasant meeting during the MoU signing ceremony. After the MoU is signed, CMU will be promoting its distinctive Chinese medicine and acupuncture program, so that American students can come to Taiwan to study and gain experiences. Three programs will be offered: short-term courses, program for master’s degree, and the program for American Fulbright scholars to do exchanges in Taiwan. After the MoU signing ceremony, Dean Liang-Yo Yang of Office of Global Affairs arranged for the guests of Fulbright Taiwan to visit the Chinese Hospital of China Medical University Hospital.

 

The Fulbright foundation exchange program is the most iconic international exchange program in the United States, with a total of 49 foundations and 110 embassies operating worldwide. Through the Fulbright exchange program, scholars and academic institutes from the United States and the world are closely connected to build up a diverse international talent exchange network.


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	President Mien-Chie Hung and Dr. Randall Nadeau

President Mien-Chie Hung and Dr. Randall Nadeau


	MOU Signing Ceremony

MOU Signing Ceremony

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