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Title: International Accreditation and its Impact on Student Mobility in Taiwan Universities - A Case Study of School of Management of Fu Jen Catholic University
Authors: 侯永琪
Hou, Angela Yung-Chi
Contributors: 教育學院
Keywords: International Student  ;High Education Institution;Chinese Student; Management School; Global Competitiveness 
Date: 2012-09
Issue Date: 2021-06-07 11:58:45 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Over the past ten years higher education in Taiwan has expanded impressively both with respect to increases in the number of institutions and the number of enrolled students. As of 2008, the number of higher education institutions had increased to 163, largely due to the upgrade of junior colleges into four-year universities. Student enrollment increased 65 percent to a total of 1.3 millions. The University Entrance Exam admission rate is currently close to 97 percent. According to estimates by the Ministry of Education (MOE), Taiwan’s universities and colleges will fall 15,000 freshmen short in 2012, leading to the closure of over 10 universities or colleges in the following years resulting from the dramatically declining numbers of the 18 to 24 year-old enrolled cohort (MOE 2010).
Relation: Mobility and Migration in Asian Pacific Higher Education pp, 191-207
Data Type: book/chapter
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