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General Application Information
Jul 21, 2022

2023 Spring Semester (February): 2022.09.01-2022.10.15

For ICDF IEM master applicants, please contact Ms. Peggy(peggy@saturn.yzu.edu.tw)
Global Affairs Office and College of Management-EMI Office jointly organized a cultural exchange trip, which was well received by international and local students!
Jul 14, 2022

Global Affairs Office collaborated with the College of Management-EMI Office for the first time this year to organize three full-English cultural exchange tours to promote the integration of overseas and local students.

“Research in Digital Image Processing” Webinar for Image Processing Students
May 16, 2022

In order to introduce how to make a good research, YZU’s Image Processing (EB534) course invited two reputable speakers from Indonesia and Malaysia. The invited Professors shared their research knowledge and experiences related to digital image processing. This agenda was initiated by Professor Chih-Yang Lin as a course lecturer and collaborated with Professors from Universitas Syiah Kuala (USK) and Universiti Tunku Abdur Rahman (UNTAR). This event which was held on April 25 and May 16, invited two expert speakers: Dr. Kahlil Muchtar (USK, Indonesia) and Dr. Ng Hui Fuang (UTAR, Malaysia).

Exchange Program in YZU in 2023 spring semester
Apr 22, 2022

Explore a world of opportunities by taking part in a student exchange program abroad. Our partner institutions offer exchange programs lasting between 6 months and a year. YZU offers student exchange programs to international students as well!

Making Bubble Milk Tea and kites at YZU Cultural Workshop
Mar 23, 2022

Every semester, Yuan Ze University Global Affairs Office will hold cultural workshops for international students to learn more about Taiwan and Chinese culture.

Celebrating Chinese New Year with YZU International Students
Jan 24, 2022

In the winter season, aside from Christmas, it is also the celebration of the Lunar New Year which brings family members altogether. This spring festival is important for Asians because it represents the reunion and the start of a brand-new lunar calendar year. However, considering the ongoing pandemic situation, most foreign students choose to stay in Taiwan during the winter vacation.