Vice Minister of Education, Lu Mu-lin
The Ministry of Education in Taiwan has released more details on its plan to allow students from the mainland to study in Taiwan.
Under the plan, Chinese students from universities and colleges with ‘distinguished academic reputations’ will be allowed to study in the country, with numbers limited to between 0.5% and 1% of total nationwide enrollment at colleges, four-year technology institutions and two-year junior technological and vocational education colleges.
Vice Minister of Education Lu Mu-lin said the estimated number of
Chinese students coming to Taiwan to study each year would be
between 1,000 and 2,000, based on the 200,000 vacancies
at 170 institutions nationwide.
Source: Taipei Times
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