Global exposure generates invaluable knowledge from the learning experience. This summer, students of Management and Science University (MSU) were in Taiwan to attend a Language and Culture Camp at Mingchi University of Technology (MCUT).

 

 

And joining the MSUrians were students from UNITEN as well as others from Thailand and Indonesia.

 

 

MSU’s global programmes of Mobility (GMP), Leadership (GLP), and Internship (GIP) are made possible by the university’s numerous collaborations with partner institutions and organizations worldwide. With forty-two countries and counting in the university’s list, MSUrians can look forward to experiencing studying, exploring, and working in the UK, Australia, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Brunei, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, and many more.

 

MCUT is a private university located in the Taishan district of New Taipei. Established in 1963, it consists of the College of Engineering, the College of Environment and Resources, and the College of Management and Design. Tours of the university’s research centres and laboratories were organized for the camp participants, followed by a sharing session.

 

 

MSU Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology

 

The 10-day summer school in Taiwan had the students immersing themselves in the local language and culture; expanding their skillset, broadening their intercultural knowledge. Their Mandarin class had them pronouncing Chinese words and trying their hand at Chinese calligraphy. And performances by MCUT’s Traditional Music Club and Youth Indigenous and Culture Interchange Club added to the fun.

 

 

MSU Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine

MSU Bachelor in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Honours)

 

 

MSU Bachelor in Music (Arranging and Composition) (Honours)

MSU Bachelor in Music Performance (Honours)

MSU Bachelor in Music Technology (Honours)

 

Testing their creativity as well as team ability were doll-sewing, origami-folding, and dye-making at the Sanxia Tie-Dye House. The students also had a great time learning all about Taiwanese traditional wedding; wearing the wedding garb and capturing the experience into memory.

 

 

MSU Bachelor in Fashion Design with Marketing (Honours)

MSU Diploma in Interior Design

MSU Bachelor in Graphic Design (Honours)

MSU Foundation in Visual Art

 

Said Nurul Aliah Amiruddin from MSU’s School of Education and Social Sciences (SESS), “We met people from all around the world, collected as many wonderful experiences as we could and shared them with friends back in Malaysia. It was a great learning opportunity.”

 

 

The students also went on more lab tours; the CT Scan Lab, Nursing Lab, and Delivery Room at Chang Gung University; and MCUT’s Plasma Research Centre as well as Visual Communication Department.

 

MSU Diploma in Radiotherapy

MSU Bachelor in Nursing (Honours)

MSU Bachelor in Visual Communication and Marketing (Honours)

 

Other places they visited included Farmosa Plastic Group, Taipei Railway Station, and Sanxia Walking District.

 

 

 



Global exposure generates invaluable knowledge from the learning experience. This summer, students of Management and Science University (MSU) were in Taiwan to attend a Language and Culture Camp at Mingchi University of Technology (MCUT).

 

 

And joining the MSUrians were students from UNITEN as well as others from Thailand and Indonesia.

 

 

MSU’s global programmes of Mobility (GMP), Leadership (GLP), and Internship (GIP) are made possible by the university’s numerous collaborations with partner institutions and organizations worldwide. With forty-two countries and counting in the university’s list, MSUrians can look forward to experiencing studying, exploring, and working in the UK, Australia, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Brunei, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, and many more.

 

MCUT is a private university located in the Taishan district of New Taipei. Established in 1963, it consists of the College of Engineering, the College of Environment and Resources, and the College of Management and Design. Tours of the university’s research centres and laboratories were organized for the camp participants, followed by a sharing session.

 

 

MSU Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology

 

The 10-day summer school in Taiwan had the students immersing themselves in the local language and culture; expanding their skillset, broadening their intercultural knowledge. Their Mandarin class had them pronouncing Chinese words and trying their hand at Chinese calligraphy. And performances by MCUT’s Traditional Music Club and Youth Indigenous and Culture Interchange Club added to the fun.

 

 

MSU Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine

MSU Bachelor in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Honours)

 

 

MSU Bachelor in Music (Arranging and Composition) (Honours)

MSU Bachelor in Music Performance (Honours)

MSU Bachelor in Music Technology (Honours)

 

Testing their creativity as well as team ability were doll-sewing, origami-folding, and dye-making at the Sanxia Tie-Dye House. The students also had a great time learning all about Taiwanese traditional wedding; wearing the wedding garb and capturing the experience into memory.

 

 

MSU Bachelor in Fashion Design with Marketing (Honours)

MSU Diploma in Interior Design

MSU Bachelor in Graphic Design (Honours)

MSU Foundation in Visual Art

 

Said Nurul Aliah Amiruddin from MSU’s School of Education and Social Sciences (SESS), “We met people from all around the world, collected as many wonderful experiences as we could and shared them with friends back in Malaysia. It was a great learning opportunity.”

 

 

The students also went on more lab tours; the CT Scan Lab, Nursing Lab, and Delivery Room at Chang Gung University; and MCUT’s Plasma Research Centre as well as Visual Communication Department.

 

MSU Diploma in Radiotherapy

MSU Bachelor in Nursing (Honours)

MSU Bachelor in Visual Communication and Marketing (Honours)

 

Other places they visited included Farmosa Plastic Group, Taipei Railway Station, and Sanxia Walking District.