Miriam College formalized its collaborative partnership with Wu Feng University of Taiwan last Friday, August 9, 2019. The partnership between the two institutions seeks to provide the faculty and students broader academic and cultural exchange opportunities in the region.
Wu Feng University is an esteemed private, co-education institution established in Taiwan in 1965. It boasts of a 5,000+ strong student population while maintaining a 24:1 student-faculty ratio. Wu Feng offers various programs under their College of Digital Entrepreneurship, College of Tourism and Hospitality, College of Safety and Engineering, and College Medical and Health Sciences. They are committed to producing a diverse set of graduates with world-class technical skills.
(From L-R) Ms. Ida Marie C. Avila, Institutional Partnerships Coordinator, Mrs. Ruby F. Alminar – Mutya, Chairperson of the Department of Leisure and Tourism Management, Mrs. Mildred M. Sevilla – Chairperson of the Departments of Business and Entrepreneurship, Mr. Chih-ta Lin, Director of the International Cross-Strait Affairs Center, Wu Feng University, Dr. Ma. Margarita A. Acosta, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, Mrs. Glenda R. Villanueva, Principal of Miriam Adult Education, Mr. Alfred Lindon F. Berbano, Chairperson of the Department of Accountancy. Seated (L-R) Dr. Jasmine N. Galace, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Tien Hsin Li, Vice President, Wu Feng University
Wu Feng students are distinctly afforded prospects for long term paid internships and easy employability in tech-based companies. Language learning programs are also offered for those who would like to increase their Mandarin language literacy.
Updates on program specific undertakings with Wu Feng University will be available in the different College Departments (for College Students) and High School Principal’s Offices (for Grades 11 & 12 students). For more information on Wu Feng University Taiwan and their programs, you may visit http://www2.wfu.edu.tw/wp/english/?page_id=14.