EMI program for FJCU’s Internationalization: EMI (English as Medium of Instruction) courses and programs are also strongly needed to enhance our school’s internationalization and provide students an arena for intercultural exchanges.
CFLL Graduate Programs’ Highlight in Intercultural and Multimedia Education: Utilizing CFLL’s human resources in 6 foreign languages and cultures to develop from the fields of literature, multimedia language education, translation and cultural policy the practical skills of intercultural communication, promotion and story-telling, in order to assist students to cross disciplines and find their niche in the job market to further develop their multiple talents.
This program is under the jurisdiction of the College of Foreign Languages; affairs, enrollment, and modification to the “program regulations” and “course guidelines” are the responsibilities of the Program of International MA Credit Program on Creative Culture and Business Communication Committee (hereafter referred to as the Committee). The Committee, with convener assigned by the Dean of the College of Foreign Languages, is composed of 7~11 members. No less than one meeting may be held per school year. Extraordinary sessions may be held when deemed necessary.
第四條課程規劃：本學分學程規劃課程學分數為 12 學分，分為核心必修2 學分，必選
This program consists of 12 credit hours, of which 2 constitute required credits, 8 required elective credits, and 2 constitute elective credits. At least one half (1/2) of the credits applied to this program must be from outside of the student’s credits required for his/her major, graduate institute, double major, or minor. A detailed list of courses may be found in the attachment.
Final determination of transfer credit acceptance is made by the program convener in cases of discrepancies in the titles and credit numbers of the courses taken by students outside the program to fulfill the program requirements.
Target Students: All sophomores (and above) and graduate students enrolled at university in Taiwan are eligible for application；must reach at least 20 enrolled students before the curriculum may be officially commenced.
Enrollment dates: in accordance with the University’s admission schedule.
Fu Jen Application Form (may include motivation in English)
Full Academic Transcript
English proficiency test score report or other relevant evidence English tests (not required if unavailable)
This program offers courses independently and with some related departments. Credit fees are defined and collected according to the University’s “Guidelines on the Establishment of Curricula and Credits.”
All graduates who satisfy the course and credit requirements will receive proof of completion of studies from the program.
All matters and questions not covered by these regulations are subject to the regulations and relevant laws promulgated by Fu Jen University.
These regulations have passed the approval of the College of Foreign Languages’ Curriculum Committee, and are announced as effective after being raised for discussion by the university’s Curriculum Committee and having gained approval from the Academic Affairs Meeting. The same procedure shall appl