Taiwan education supervisor visits CSU

Taiwan education supervisor visits CSU

The Catanduanes State University (CSU) led by Dr. Minerva I. Morales, CSU President, sponsored a forum on international collaboration with Dr. Cheng-Han Lee, Senior Assistant, Education Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines on March 13, 2019 at the University Accreditation Room.

Dr. Lee visited the CSU and conducted a forum attended by the different Deans, key officials and Chiefs of Offices and select students from all colleges of the University. During the forum, Dr. Lee presented the profile of higher education in Taiwan and the advantages of seeking higher education in the country. He emphasized that Taiwan higher education is comparable with global standards, aside from its proximity to the Philippines that would offer convenience to Filipino scholars who would opt to study in Taiwan. The collaboration conducted by CSU is viewed as a step in that direction.

Prior to the forum, Dr. Lee, together with Dr. Joseph G. Zafe, Director of Center for International Relations and Continuing Professional Development Services (CIRCPD) and Dr. Marilyn B. Panti, Director of Extension Services, had their courtesy call at the President’s Office.

“This is an opportunity for student mobility… We are priming CSU for internationalization and this is an opportunity for productive engagement, “ Dr. Morales said in her message during the forum. She proceeded in saying that the CSU is compliant with the Asian qualification framework for higher education institutions, especially that the University has adopted the outcome-based education, the K to 12 curriculum, continual curricular program assessment and matching, ISO certification, quality assurance of different programs, internationalization efforts, and shifting of opening of classes to August to name a few.

“We should do our best because our students deserve the best, “Dr. Morales said. She added that aside from those developments, the CSU has been aggressive in its research innovativeness considering that it is the driver for academic excellence, including patent works, and technology support for abaca, the main crop of the province. “We have the Abaca Technology Innovation Center (ATIC) installed at CSU because we would like also to create a niche in this product… a resilient crop just like the Catandunganons,” Dr. Morales said.

The Catanduanes State University (CSU) led by Dr. Minerva I. Morales, CSU President, sponsored a forum on international collaboration with Dr. Cheng-Han Lee, Senior Assistant, Education Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines on March 13, 2019 at the University Accreditation Room.

            Dr. Lee visited the CSU and conducted a forum attended by the different Deans, key officials and Chiefs of Offices and select students from all colleges of the University.  During the forum, Dr. Lee presented the profile of higher education in Taiwan and the advantages of seeking higher education in the country. He emphasized that Taiwan higher education is comparable with global standards, aside from its proximity to the Philippines that would offer convenience to Filipino scholars who would opt to study in Taiwan.  The collaboration conducted by CSU is viewed as a step in that direction.

            Prior to the forum, Dr. Lee, together with Dr. Joseph G. Zafe, Director of Center for International Relations and Continuing Professional Development Services (CIRCPD) and Dr. Marilyn B. Panti, Director of Extension Services, had their courtesy call at the President’s Office.

            “This is an opportunity for student mobility… We are priming CSU for internationalization and this is an opportunity for productive engagement, “ Dr. Morales said in her message during the forum.  She proceeded in saying that the CSU is compliant with the Asian qualification framework for higher education institutions, especially that the University has adopted the outcome-based education, the K to 12 curriculum, continual curricular program assessment and matching, ISO certification, quality assurance of different programs, internationalization efforts, and shifting of opening of classes to August to name a few. “We should do our best because our students deserve the best, “Dr. Morales said. She added that aside from those developments, the CSU has been aggressive in its research innovativeness considering that it is the driver for academic excellence, including patent works, and technology support for abaca, the main crop of the province.  “We have the Abaca Technology Innovation Center (ATIC) installed at CSU because we would like also to create a niche in this product… a resilient crop just like the Catandunganons,” Dr. Morales said.

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