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Earning a Business Degree in Taiwan

Although one out of every four bachelor degrees earned by students attending a Taiwanese public or private university is an engineering degree, students desiring a bachelor's or master's business degree from a Taiwan higher education institution will find a remarkable variety of degree programs from which to choose. Examples of business degrees offered include International, Management, Asia Business, Marketing and Leadership MBAs. A Master's Degree in Global Business is a unique degree providing students with extensive knowledge of not only Asian business systems but also European, African and Middle Eastern administrative practices.

Taiwan's Ministry of Education is distinguished for placing great emphasis on the necessity of receiving a higher education conducive to finding viable employment in Taiwan and elsewhere. Academically, Taiwan is extremely competitive, especially in the science technology and engineering fields and actually have two and five year vocational schools to prepare students for university classes that are intense and research-heavy. Tuition Costs

Tuition fee in Taiwan my vary from one school to another. Scholarships are also available for students who want to learn Mandarin Chinese while pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Taiwan. There are no excessive "out-of-country" expenditures to pay at any Taiwanese higher education institution because of the government making education such a high priority.

Why Earn a Business Degree in Taiwan?

With affordable tuition, superior education system, high standards of living and a thriving economy, Taiwan represents an ideal environment where students can earn a first-rate business degree recognized by employers all over the world.

About Taiwan

One of the most densely populated areas in the world, Taiwan is an island nation bounded by the Pacific Ocean, the South and East China Seas and the Taiwan Strait. Just off the coast of China's southeastern regions, Taiwan consistently ranks high on lists describing countries that protect the rights of its citizens (unlike China), providing ready access to public education and an excellent health care system. Spoken by nearly 90 percent of people living on Taiwan, Mandarin Chinese is the island nation's official language, which is also the predominantly spoken language in mainland China.

Taiwan, along with Singapore, South Korea and Hong Kong, are members of the "Four Asian Tigers", a group of rapidly developing, free market countries notable for impressive economic growth rates (nearly eight percent annually) and accelerated industrialization during the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. Currently, Taiwan enjoys a high income economy and is a global leader in producing information technology.

Facts about Taiwan

Capital: Taipei
Official Languages: Standard Chinese
Government: Unitary semi-presidential constitutional republic
Population: 23,340,136
Gross Domestic Product: $903.469 billion
Currency: New Taiwan dollar (TWD)
Time zone: (UTC+8)