Visit to Okayama University

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2019-10-17

On September 3, 2019, Prof. Pei-Shan Tsai, Dean of Global Engagement Office at Taipei Medical University, Prof. Tsung-Chen Lee, Dean of Office of International Affairs from National Taipei University and Prof. Ho-Chiao Chuang, Dean of Office of International Affairs from National Taipei University of Technology, representing the University System of Taipei (UST), visited Okayama University, a member institution of Japan’s SixERS Alliance that manages the International Collaboration Division of the Alliance.

The purpose of this visit is to explore the potentials for collaboration between UST and SixERS. They were received by Prof. Kunio Kimura, Vice President for International Affairs of Okayama University. It was a constructive meeting in which representatives from both sides exchanged their views on sustainable development of inter-alliance activities. In addition to Ageing, there was also mutual interest in Elderly Care, and the representatives agreed to explore feasible ways of working under such themes.

UST representatives expressed sincere gratitude to Okayama University’s arrangements and assistance in making the visit possible. There will be continued dialogues for the two alliances to identify mutually beneficial avenues to collaborate in the future.

For international visits, student exchange and partnership establishment, please reach us at gps@tmu.edu.tw.

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