Office of Academic Affairs more
 Unit introduction

The Office of Academic Affairs institutes outstanding service effectiveness, builds a good learning environment, and sets improvement in teaching quality as our mid- and long-term development goal to conform to the school’s diversified teaching in different departments and continual advancements in the vocational college field. This is expected to provide high quality service and teaching as well as a focus on student learning in school.

Teaching service should provide an outstanding teaching and learning environment for teachers based on a spirit of service and systematized and humanitarian measures. Improvements in teaching quality shall be used to cultivate students’ knowledge and skills to ensure that they possess professional abilities. In social conduct and cultivation, they should possess a broad perspective, a caring attitude, and quality.
 Organizational framework
  The Office of Academic Affairs has five departments, each with their own tasks:
  1. Dean of Academic Affairs
  2. Admission Section
  3. Registration and Curriculum Section
  4. Clinical Practicum Center
  5. Teachers’Professional Development Service Center
  6. Students’Learning and Internships Service Section
Student Recruitment Center

Responsible for recruiting students and for school promotions. Recruitment is based on student recruitment informationalization and humanized services. The center recruits students and gives exams based on principles of fairness, equitability, and transparency. The objective is to recruit students with potential who wish to learn and acknowledge the principles here at Fooyin.

Course Enrollment Section

Processes student enrollment, registration, course selection, and grades, and helps students apply for various documents such as student ID, transcripts, proof of enrollment, suspension certificate, letter of completion, and course outlines.

In addition, double majors, auxiliary departments, cross-field learning, and flexible department transfers in which grades are not the only requirement are used to advance teaching quality and improve students’ learning efficacy. Students can apply each semester to make their learning at Fooyin exciting and vibrant.

Advanced Learning Section

Focused on cultivating professional personnel needed by society, and providing comprehensive teaching resources to young professionals who wish to advance themselves. The professional knowledge learned can increase work efficiency and enhance the quality of the nation’s talented people. The courses provide both theoretical and practical learning, and are expected to increase the competitive abilities of future professionals.

Teacher Development Section

Through the mechanism of upgrading the top and help the poor, transmitting and sharing the high-quality teaching experience, enhancing teachers’ professional teaching knowledge and effectiveness, strengthening teachers’ professional pragmatic knowledge, and encouraging teachers to link actively with the industry, we achieve the goal of “strengthening the teaching profession and improving the teachers’ practical ability.”

Student Learning and Internship Development Section
  Through strengthening students’ basic professional ability, providing students with comprehensive diagnosis and counselling measures, upgrading students’ learning effectiveness, tracking down the number of students’ professional core certificates, and setting up different-level rewarding systems, we promote students’ future competitiveness in the workplace. In order to cultivate students’ pragmatic workplace competence and enable students to experience the workplace tasks earlier, students will be assigned to work in the relevant professional fields or institutions as interns after taking their professional basic courses. The students can foster their working abilities in the workplace and increase their working experience, and their workplace adaptability and competitiveness can be enhanced in this way.
Office of Student Affairs more
 Unit introduction
  The Office of Student Affairs deals with a variety of student affairs and embraces an ideology of nurturing students by means of education. The OSA pursues the “MOVE” project, which features four different aspects: “morality,” “optimism,” “volunteerism,” and “empowerment,” which enable students to develop their potential and their willingness to serve others, thus becoming optimistic, moral and healthy individuals.
 Organizational framework
  The office consists of a Head Director (responsible for organizing student affairs) and a director and several staff members for each respective component team (unit), including the extracurricular activity team, the life counseling team, the consultation/counseling center, the service learning center, the career development center, the health care center and the health promotion center.
Extracurricular Activities Section
  Organizes all student extracurricular activities and student aid, and pursues multiple goals, such as fortifying  students’ skills in and attitude toward participation in public affairs, creating an excellent yet casual learning environment, and promoting the artistic level of students. Also, through offering scholarships, this team offers substantial encouragement that further motivates students to strive in their studies.
Student Advising Section

Manages campus security, accommodations, rewards and punishments, and education on laws and ethics. The objectives are to establish a multi-cultural campus, improve student morality, improve the re-enrollment assistance mechanism for dropouts, provide counseling services, and create a safe and healthy learning environment to bring sustainable development into reality.

Counseling Center
  Organizes and executes the planning, monitoring and execution of counseling services (including tertiary prevention). The objectives are to enhance student mental health, establish a network for an assortment of tasks such as assisting mentally and/or physically disabled students, promoting gender equality and preventing sexual harassment and assaults, enhancing class-conducting effectiveness of academic advisors, implementing tertiary counseling to help student growth, promoting life education-oriented psychological counseling, providing counseling-related activities, and others.
Service-Learning Center
  Organizes community service education and planning, provides care-taking in nearby communities and incorporates community services into the curriculum. The objectives of this center are to cultivate civic-minded citizens with good ethics and a love of country, and who possess a global perspective. Planned social services and structuralized service needs are used to promote student learning and development, bring forth positive personal growth in students, and further motivate them to dedicate themselves to civic service and to be proactive in societal affairs.
Career Center

Organizes and executes tasks such as setting up student learning e-portfolios, career planning, following alumni career trends, organizing on-campus recruitment activities, applying for career assistance projects, executing career assistance services, providing aid for students to understand their own career orientation, gain an overview of the industry, and improve their competitiveness, helping students integrate their values and implementing career-matching.

Healthcare Center

Organizes all healthcare, health promotion and student insurance tasks. Uses first-aid training to improve students’ first-aid skills and promote health maintenance abilities in students, thereby promoting physical health.

Healthcare Promotion Center
  Fulfills the staff and students’ needs for better health. Provides health promotion programs and learning opportunities to enhance individual and group health concepts. Establishes an independent and proactive healthy lifestyle, and enhances quality of life and health.
Office of General Affairs more
 Unit introduction
  The office of General Affairs handles all general affairs-related tasks within the school. The office follows the precept that administration aids education, and offers general services for all educational and administrative units, including instrument /equipment purchases, construction maintenance projects, safe storage of equipment and assets, bookkeeping, and other support services, with the objective of improving the learning environment for students, and teachers’ teaching efficacy.
 Organizational framework
  Personnel include a director who is designated by the University President to direct all general affairs tasks; a secretary, and a director and several staff for each task group (Cashier Team, Construction and Maintenance Team, Procurement and Inventory Team, and General Affairs Team).
Cashier Section
  1. Bookkeeping
  2. Wage management
  3. Tax withholding and remittance
  4. Tuition and fee handling
  5. Receipt management
  6. Item management
  7. Construction loan management
  8. Donation management
Construction and Maintenance Section
  1. Campus construction and maintenance projects
  2. Building maintenance
  3. Property equipment maintenance
  4. Meeting venues rental management
  5. Management of electrical wiring, elevators, monitors, fire and safety equipment, and boiler
Procurement and Inventory Section
  1. Asset procurement, labor subcontracting, and hiring for the school
  2. Asset management (movable property and real estate)
  3. Property inventory
  4. Material inventory and distribution (e.g., chalk, blackboard erasers)
  5. Mail and parcel receipt and delivery
  6. Joint surveying
  7. Insurance handling (e.g. fire insurance, public liability insurance)
  8. Storage, distribution, recycling and cleaning of academic regalia
General Affairs Section
  1. Submission of taxes and fees
    (including electrical bills, phone bills and all other compulsory taxes)
  2. Official vehicles management
  3. Dormitory applications, allocation, and loans
  4. Support of administrative work for all individual divisions
  5. Campus safety; management of automobiles and motorcycles
  6. Environmental upkeep and beautifying
Office of Research and Industry-Academia Development more
 Unit introduction
  Fooyin’s vision is to establish a health-oriented university. To achieve this objective, the Office of Research and Development Affairs is actively promoting the school’s academic and research development and integrating the school’s internal resources. This office aids the school’s teachers and researchers in obtaining government and corporate R&D funding.

The office encourages the establishment of  comprehensive ethical measures in human and animal experimentation and promotes the engagement of each department in cross-field R&D. By organizing academic seminars, lectures, and academic/industry forums, the office is helping to build a superior R&D, and industry-academic collaboration environment.

Strengthening the school’s research foundations and industry-academic collaboration can expand the amount (in monetary value) of patent research, intellectual property, and technology transfer, thereby furthering the school’s sustained development of R&D.
 Organizational framework
  The Office of Research and Development Affairs is composed of the R&D director, who is responsible for the overall affairs of the office and oversees the school’s R&D progress, as well as an R&D business team and a collaborative project team, both of which consist of a team leader and several team members who handle relevant affairs.
The main office
  The main office is responsible for subsidizing teachers’ and students’ participation in competitions and teachers’ initial industry-academic collaboration plans. The office assists teachers in implementing industry-academic collaboration plans, and manages relationships between the school and public associations, industries, and interscholastic alliances.

It is responsible for the center’s administration and performance, the management of the school’s laboratory space and maintenance/use of equipment, management and maintenance of the school’s equipment borrowing platform and data, care of animals used in experiments, convening/recording supervisor committee/biological safety committee meetings, and assisting teachers with the implementation of academic research theories.
R&D business Section

The functions of this team are to assist teachers in implementing research projects commissioned/subsidized by the Ministry of Science and Technology and other government agencies, reward academic units for implementing industry-academic research projects, reward teachers for obtaining research plans outside of school, implement and reward the integration of the school’s research results into course teaching, and process items related to school collaborative plans.

Collaborative project Section
  This team handles rewards for teachers’ academic and professional research results, develops characteristic research plans, establishes teacher R&D groups, handles rewards for outstanding industry-academic cooperation and technology transfer performance, establishes guidance mechanisms to improve teacher evaluation and research performances, and arrange for teachers to attend public and private institutions for advanced learning.
 Advantages, features, and soft power

Fooyin University, from “the cradle of cultivating Nightingales” to “health university”, Fooyin has clear vision and values from the beginning. The core vale of “human health” fulfills the whole human education, which expects us to cultivate health technology talents with professional knowledge and human conservations.

Since 1958, we have cultivated more than 50,000 professional medical staff with excellent and outstanding technique. Our school is consisted of graduate institutes, undergraduate department and five-year colleges. We have School of Nursing, School of Medical and Health Science, College of Humanities and Management, and affiliated Fooyin Hospital and preschool.

We have good and complete learning plans and hardware facilities, providing the students with a professional, practical, and R&D environment. All students can connet themselves with the job markets in the future and create a bright and prosper career future.

We also offer scholarships/financial aid and Mandarin Chinese language and cultural activities for international students.

Office of Personnel more
 Unit introduction
Work Objectives
  1. Implement comprehensive HR service system and provide the best service quality and organizational efficiency.   
  2. Conduct rebuilding of organization culture and promote life-long learning and growth for teaching staff.  
  3. Improve teaching staff benefits, teaching staff health, and school harmony.  
  4. Fulfill corporate social responsibility and provide the public with the best life-long learning environment.

Allow all colleagues to enjoy peace of mind, focus, and heart, as well as be happy with their work environment and work quality. Actively pursue, absorb, and apply new knowledge and new perspectives to satisfy individual self-actualization, thereby promoting the school’s sustainable development.

  1. Manpower planning:Maintain stable manpower and sufficient personnel, and focus on manpower diversification.
  2. Hiring management:Realize fairness and legal compliance in teaching staff hiring (no bias, equal employment opportunity, and gender equality), standardize and systemize work procedures, digitize teaching staff leave/holiday management, provide online teacher’s manual and employee manual, announce HR manual and work standards.
  3. HR development:Cultivate knowledgeable workers, organize new employee seminars and teacher assessment, provide diversified training planning and methods (OJT, work rotation, and supervisor training), encourage teaching staff to advance their learning and development, and establish benchmark model learning.
  4. Salary and benefits:Develop a comprehensive salary structure, conform to a fair, equitable, and transparent salary system, provide diverse benefits (such as all types of legally established benefits, school-funded advanced learning, teaching staff benefit assistance/subsidies, teaching staff insurance, group accident insurance, retirement pensions, and friendly family benefits, etc.), and a reward system (such as senior/outstanding teaching staff reward, employee special performance reward, and outstanding teacher reward, etc.).
  5. Performance management:Implement objective performance assessment system (employ absolute standards, multiple assessors, and unit group sequence method to assess the work characteristics and behavior of employees), reward outstanding employees, and improve the maintenance of administrative quality management system.  
  6. Career management:Promote internal rotation to provide colleagues with appropriate career development choices.  
  7. Mental and physical health:Establish and maintain a safe and healthy work environment, provide environmental safety training, organize regular physical checkups, and prevent workplace violence (make sexual harassment prevention announcements, etc.).  
  8. Employer/employee relationship:Adhere to laws and social standards, inform and promote HR regulatory system and policy, provide teaching staff with an appeal and communication channel regarding their rights, value employee privacy, inspect the rationality of the management system, and promote administration satisfaction survey.
 Organizational framework
  This office has a director and three groups (HR management group, manpower development group, and pension insurance group).

HR management group:Plan business reform within the group, be in charge of overall school teaching staff HR management-related business, recruitment and employment (teachers), salaries, HR budget, job changes, attendance management, performance evaluations and rewards/punishments, teacher complaints, election of representatives, teaching staff benefits mutual fund, employee performance rewards, hiring and utilization of project administrative personnel, unpaid leave, and tasks given by supervisors.

Manpower development team:Plan business reform within the group, be in charge of overall school teaching staff manpower development-related business, analyze existing teacher manpower, handle subsidy affairs from the Ministry of Education, submit teacher qualifications for review, conduct teacher evaluation committee affairs, submit reports on student-teacher ratios and faculty structure, implement flexible salary measures, handle employee complaints, conduct HR service satisfaction survey and analysis, conduct internal controls, implement ISO9002 work specification management, review initial hiring qualifications for faculty, conduct teacher assessments, and complete tasks given by supervisors.

Pension insurance team:Handle monthly public insurance fees, health care fees, pension savings, payment/withdrawal applications for the increased contribution fund, teaching staff retirement/severance/retirement/departures, school departure procedures, changes in HR, indigenous peoples/disability-related matters, teaching staff group accident insurance, applications for the senior/outstanding teacher reward and the teacher service award conferred by the Ministry of Education, applications for the senior employee award, applications for various awards given by government agencies, and tasks given by supervisors.

Accounting Office more
 Unit introduction
  Overall management and reporting of budgeting and accounting, including general ledger, expenditure tracking, annual budget compilation, taxes, and other related matters, in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
 Organizational framework
  1. Foreign student tuition and fees review and accounting.
  2. Foreign student activity fees verification and accounting.
  3. Foreign student income tax withholding.
  4. Foreign student scholarship and grant verification and accounting.
  5. Foreign student fee reimbursement due to withdrawal or suspension verification and accounting.
  6. Foreign student health insurance service fees, cost verification, and accounting.
  7. Foreign student work-study grant disbursement and accounting.
  8. Foreign student funding and expenditure inquiry assistance.
Public Affairs and Alumni Service Office more
 Unit introduction
  The Office of Public Affairs was officially established in 2002 to integrate resources inside and outside of school, and to build a superior image of the school. This Office is not only focused on marketing, but is also set on drafting services for alumni, pioneering alumni resources, and implementing various important school administrative work. The school also strengthens media public relations to increase media exposure. Future development objectives are as follows:
  1. Improve the school image
  2. Pioneer alumni resources
  3. Increase domestic and international recognition
  4. Promote the establishment of alumni chapters and small fundraising mechanisms —
  5. Innovate art, editing, design, and marketing to match market demands
 Organizational framework
  The Office of Public Affairs currently has one director. The PR/Marketing Team and the Alumni Contact Center each have one director and two team members. There are also two project administration personnel, for a total of seven people, of which five are fulltime personnel and two are part-time personnel.
  The Office of Public Affairs aims to promote PR media and alumni fundraising according to the school’s development needs, and is primarily responsible for building the school’s public relations, contacting media, organizing press releases, welcoming VIP guests, maintaining the school’s image and recognition-value, advertising, and contacting alumni.
PR media
  1. Promote, publicize, and help organize various school activities.
  2. Plan and design ways to promote the school image and recognition-value.
  3. Make contact and build relationships for PR matters inside and outside of the school.  
  4. Produce and manage various school introduction data.  
  5. Develop, design, and plan the production of school commemorative gifts.
  6. Select and train goodwill ambassadors to be hosts and take on service tasks during major events.
  7. Represent the school in announcing news and contacting news media.
  8. Plan and manage the Fooyin News website. 9. Handle news media during sudden and unexpected events.
Alumni fundraising
  General alumni service items
  1. Handle alumni report card and diploma application services
  2. Promote, approve, and add benefits for alumni cards, as well as other administrative services. 
  3. Process alumni’s return to school and help alumni with applications for lodging and meeting venues.
  4. Help the children of alumni with inquiries about attending school at their alma mater.
  Alumni fellowship events
  1. Organize alumni’s return to their alma mater during school celebration periods and supervise each department’s convening of alumni conventions.
  2. Organize various alumni fellowships and seminars
  3. Select outstanding alumni
  4. Other fellowship activities
  Alumni convention-related business for various departments
  1. Promote the establishment or strengthen the operation of department alumni chapters and local alumni chapters, as well as strengthen the relationship of these chapters with the department they belong to and with the alma mater.  
  2. Organize tours and regional activities of different chapters to strengthen friendships between alumni.  
  3. Assist alumni chapters in organizing charity events  
  4. Assist with the operation of the alumni headquarters to service alumni  
  5. Plan, update, and manage alumni database system  
  6. Recruit and manage alumni volunteers and implement activities
  7. Produce and issue alumni e-newsletters
  Annual fundraising
  1. Realistically implement the Guidelines for Using and Managing Donations from Different Fields and Giving Acknowledgements.
  2. Organize fundraising speeches, training workshops, and seminars
  3. Organize fundraising dinners, charity sales, and subscription activities
  4. Establish a school-level fundraising committee and regularly convene meetings
  5. Seek sponsorship from various industries and promote/implement alumni small-amount donation activities
Office of Library and Information services more
 Unit introduction
Summary Introduction

The Office of Library and Information Services is located in the seven-storey library information building, with a combined space of 89,700 sq. ft., which provides two major services: library resources and related services, and computer and networking services. Its primary responsibility is to meet overall demand from faculty and students for books and information services, through establishing library and information system policies, integrating management and development of books and information network resources, assisting teaching and research, and providing superior information retrieval services.

Currently, the library has archived over 410,000 pieces of information, including digital data. It has a user capacity of about 540 seats. Fooyin University has also joined the Taiwan Academic E-Book & Database Consortium, which allows more than 90 domestic schools to share E-books and information resources. As of November 2009, Fooyin faculty and students can borrow and return without fees from other schools via the Southern Regional Cooperative Platform for Library Resources Sharing Service. Fooyin has also joined national and regional inter-library cooperative organizations, such as the Kaohsiung Alliance of University Libraries, to realize its philosophy of fully utilizing sharable resources.


Digital cloud, green campus, innovative services.

  1. Improve network quality and strengthen information security.
  2. Integrate information systems and optimize cloud services.
  3. Boost reader services and innovate information utilization.
  1. Upgrade central information network and improve transmission quality.
  2. Establish security and monitoring systems and strengthen protection.
  3. Integrate school-wide information systems and improve service quality.
  4. Establish a smart mobile campus and build value-added service.
  5. Elevate library service quality to promote diverse learning.
  6. Digitize library information to increase utilization quality.
 Organizational framework
  1. Division of Library Services: acquire, catalog, and promote reading, viewing and utilization services
  2. Division of Information Technology: plan, establish, and maintain school-wide network and information facilities
  3. Division of Systems Development: analyze, develop, integrate, maintain, and provide consultation for information systems.
Office of Physical Education more
 Unit introduction
Work Objectives
  Promote physical education and sports, manage athletic facilities and affairs, and raise the quality of teaching, research, and activities that comply with the university's educational objectives in providing an outstanding learning and health-promoting environment.
  1. Quality Policies: Commitment with loving care, innovation with foresight, improvement with a professional spirit
  2. Quality Objectives: Continual pursuit of refined excellence
  1. Provide an excellent physical education learning environment as a central hub for health resources.
  2. Organize sporting events and competitions to raise athletic awareness.
  3. Establish high-quality activity facilities to increase student participation.
  4. Increase varsity team competitiveness to gain recognition and honors.
  5. Provide volunteers and professionals to partner with community programs.
  6. Strengthen processes to promote health and to achieve a healthy image.
 Organizational framework
  The Office of Physical Education is in charge of all activities related to physical education, sports advancement, competition, and sports facility management. The Director of the Office of Physical Education oversees two groups, Physical Education and Sports Administration, with each managed by a group leader.
Main Office
  1. Formulate school sports development directives and strategy.
  2. Implement and promote objectives outlined in the Ministry of Education's White Paper for Cultivating Active Young People.
  3. Develop mechanisms for industry, government, and university cooperation.
  4. Promote physical fitness and establish information archives.
  5. Convene and attend physical education and sports related conferences.
  6. Budget and allocate sports funding.
  7. Develop administrative procedures, rules, and regulations.
  8. Maintain group guidance, review, and human resource allocation.
Sports Administration Group
  1. Organize activities and tournaments for faculty, staff, and students.
  2. Manage varsity sports competitions.
  3. Develop training, growth, and certification in specialized sports.
  4. Administer training, development, competitions, rewards, and penalties for varsity sports teams. 
  5. Counsel and supervise high-caliber athletic students.
  6. Select and organize volunteers and service personnel.
  7. Manage campus sports facilities and operations.
  8. Purchase, maintain, and repair sports and athletic equipment.
Physical Education Group
  1. Advocate awareness in fitness, athletic, and leisure activates.
  2. Plan physical education curriculum and teaching materials.
  3. Coordinate physical education facilities.
  4. Adapt appropriate physical education and remedial courses.
  5. Implement industry-academic projects related to physical education.
  6. Promote collaborative teaching and team research.
  7. Maintain campus-wide fitness resources database.
Environmental Safety and Health Center more
 Unit introduction

The Environmental Safety and Health Center is an administrative unit that supports the entire university. The director reports to the University President on affairs related to environmental safety and health.

The mission of our university's environmental safety and health policy is to create a healthy campus that meets ecological, safety, comfort, and health indicators by committing to professionalism, caring, knowledge, educational philosophy, and a core value of “human health,” that fully complies with environmental safety and health laws and related regulations, along with ongoing reviews and improvements to strengthen awareness and education among staff and students in environment protection, health, and safety measures.
 Organizational framework
  1. Management of chemicals and pharmaceuticals for teaching uses
  2. Laboratory safety and health management
  3. Management of all drinking fountains on campus
  4. Environmental safety-related affairs for entire campus
  5. Management of wastewater treatment plant
  6. Management of all refuse and waste materials on campus
  7. Health checkups and related administration for all personnel entering and exiting laboratories on campus
  8. Management of organic waste composting plant
Office of General Education more
 Department characteristics
  The concept for this school’s general education comes from the philosophy of “professionalism, care, macro perspective, and quality,” in which professional teaching is enriched with the spirit of general education. This center aims to cultivate professionals that care for humanities, and to integrate general education characteristics into all courses required for training professionals. All of the courses required for cultivating professionals emphasize education in general knowledge.

The objective of this school’s general education is to cultivate humanistic qualities in students, as well as their ability to implement social care and become outstanding health science professionals. Thus, students will be able to use their professional abilities to serve others and society. For themselves - a refined quality; as a group – a caring sentiment; as a whole – broad based knowledge, and a harmonious and healthy life.
 Courses (course introduction)

This university’s common core curriculum courses include basic skills and liberal arts.
Basic skills include the Chinese language, foreign language, information, sports and health, and thinking. These abilities are used to strengthen rational thinking, communication, expression, and health promotion in students.

The design of the liberal arts courses is based on a combination of core curriculum and balanced electives. Appropriate courses are selected from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences to form a good interaction and integration of professional education and general education, and to cultivate health science professionals who are both knowledgeable and professional. This school expects its students to use diverse liberal arts courses to integrate and combine knowledge from different fields (based on a core concept of a healthy life) and to expand their perspectives, thereby improving the quality of their general education.

Starting in the 2015 school year, all teachers in this center are subordinate to their respective departments and no teachers are placed under the jurisdiction of this center. Courses at this university are divided into professional and general education. However, such division doesn’t exist in our faculty. In other words, all faculty at Fooyin are general education teachers. This is the best example of professional and general education integration.

The general education honors and plan subsidies received by this center from the Ministry of Education are as follows:
  1. 2011 – 2015:Campus Chinese Reading and Writing Courses Promotion and Reform Plan (Type A)
  2. 2015:Li Yu-Di and Wu Zhao-Qi, “Vocational School Promotion of General Education Courses and Reform Plan (Type A)”; Chen Zhi-Wei, Zhu Xiu-Ji, Li Yu-Di, and Wu Zhao-Qi, “Vocational School Promotion of General Education Courses and Reform Plan (Type B)” and “Innovative Plan to Integrate Professional and Descriptive Skills into Group Courses.”
  3. 2014:Chen Zhi-Wei, Zhu Xiu-Ji, Li Yu-Di, and Wu Zhao-Qi, “Core Skills Courses for Modern Citizens (Type A).”
  4. 2013:Li Xing-Ning, “Core Skills Courses for Modern Citizens (Type B)” and the Ministry of Education’s merited general education course subjects; Zhou Yu-Ran, Zhu Xiu-Ji,  Li Yu-Di, and Wu Zhao-Qi, “Core Skills Courses for Modern Citizens (Type A).”
  5. 2012:Li Yu-Di and Wu Zhao-Qi, “Core Skills Courses for Modern Citizens (Type B)”; Ding Jian-Yuan, “Vocational School Organized General Education Courses and Credit Programs on Sustainable Development and Climate Change Adjustment”; Zheng Li-Xin, “Vocational School Safety and Health General Education Course and Training Plan.”
 Learning resources

Audio-visual classrooms, performance venues, Chinese ability counseling centers, TA duty office, information self-learning center, reading rooms, language self-learning center, computer lab, health promotion center, and conference hall.

 Career development
  This center has established eight basic qualities (communication and expression, lifelong learning, care services, rational thinking, health promotion, citizen participation, appreciation of aesthetics, and professional practice) to match students’ future development and career needs, and to turn students into outstanding health technology professionals who possess broad general knowledge.
Extension Education Center more
 Unit introduction

To improve national knowledge, promote economic development, fulfill social responsibilities, and actualize a life-long learning policy, this school has integrated its faculty and focused on organizing various educational activities based on social needs. The Extension Education Center actively promotes education and has set the following mission and vision for itself:

  1. To become a leader in life-long education, the center should use the school’s abundant teaching resources and experienced faculty to open diverse and practical courses. The objective is to provide students and the public with opportunities for life-long learning.
  2. The center will employ professional management models and keep up with entrepreneurial development to provide entrepreneurial-related courses and learning. The objective is to become an important cradle for successful entrepreneurs.
  1. Adhere to the school’s principles of professional quality, a caring attitude, broad-based knowledge, and a refined spirit in order to develop diversified and practical courses.
    (1)、Respond to the overall environment and globalized market competition by integrating the school’s outstanding faculty and teaching resources to develop diversified professional courses. The objective is to provide the public with opportunities for advanced learning, thereby indirectly improving the country’s production value and competitiveness.
    (2)、Open health care, professional license, art, language, and other diverse classes to enrich overall extension education courses. This is expected to fulfill the public’s demand for knowledge, improve people’s quality, and achieve social care objectives.
  2. Teach entrepreneurial skills courses and establish an entrepreneurial platform Use the school’s Vocational School Industry and Academic Collaboration on e-Commerce Platform Promotion Project approved by the Ministry of Science and Technology to build a combined university e-commerce platform. In addition to utilizing learning from diverse entrepreneurial skills courses, this platform can be used to realize entrepreneurial dreams.
  3. Strengthen cooperation with business groups  
    Use corporate interviews to understand corporate need. Customize designated courses and use the most professional and stringent study plan in coordination with “corporate courses” and “corporate authorization” cooperative methods to provide companies with the best systematic training solutions.
  4. Accept government-related professional training plans
    Plan related learning courses based on government-identified professional needs. Then arrange for professional faculty to teach courses to achieve the objective of training new talents.
  5. Use organizational and procedural reform to provide the most efficient service.
    (1) Internal:organizational reform. Move towards profit sharing and introduce information management. Improve work procedures and establish performance evaluation and reward measures. Implement corporate-style management to increase the center’s operating efficiency and improve service quality.
    (2) External:improve communication and interaction between the outside and departments in the school. Make good use of school resources and integrate these resources to create a win-win situation.
 Organizational framework

Co-organize various extension education courses, including credit courses, non-credit courses, public academies, university for seniors, study through auditing courses, and government-commissioned training.


Wang, Zhi-Jie, director (
Huang, Guo-Ming, secretary/business promotion team leader (
Yang, Ya-Qing, education service team leader (
Lin, Zhen-Hui, team member (
Li, Yi-Xin, team member (

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Language Education Center more
 Unit introduction

Provide a comfortable language learning environment to strengthen students' foreign language skills and to foster a strong interest in learning foreign languages.

Learning environment
  1. Audiovisual Auditorium: provides multimedia equipment, 22 seats; can be reserved for teaching/discussion or movie screenings.
  2. PC Study Area: 54 self-study stations equipped with multimedia and internet-connected personal computers.
  3. Study Area: 34 seats available for reading and writing.
  4. Advisory Area: provides advice for English or other secondary language learning.
  5. Situational Learning: 4 screens available for situational learning activities.
  6. Conversation Room: equipped with a 60-inch plasma screen and PC for students to reserve for practicing conversation or situational activities.
  7. Game Room: materials are provided for learning via game playing.
  8. Discussion Room: available for meetings between teachers and students, or for small groups.
  9. Reading Room: provides a quiet environment with foreign-language reading materials for students to read or to study for reading certification.
 Organizational framework
  1. Responsible for overall management of administrative affairs, events, competitions, planning, evaluation, and related activities.
  2. Develops and promotes mid-range developmental plans for the Language Education Center.
  3. Upgrades the LEC's equipment and resources to provide an environment that facilitates foreign-language learning, certification, and information advisory.
  4. Organizes overall foreign-language skills testing, placement testing, unified examinations, and related affairs.
  5. Assists in the planning and implementation of activities, projects, seminars, evaluations, and related affairs of the center for general education.
  6. Carries out tasks assigned by the director of the Center for General Education.
Administrative Assistant
  1. Assists in general administration, teaching, planning, evaluation, industry-academia, accounting, and English-learning advancement.
  2. Assists in teaching equipment and facility resource allocation.
  3. Assists in foreign-language skills testing, placement testing, unified examinations, and related affairs.
  4. Assists in foreign-language seminars, competitions, self-study, and advisory activities.
  5. Supervises website page updates and maintenance.
  6. Carries out tasks assigned by the LEC Director.
  1. Foreign language learning resources and facilities.
  2. Advisory consultation for foreign language learning.
  3. Foreign language learning seminars and competitions.
  4. Foreign language remedial courses and English language test tutoring.
  5. Foreign language certification exams.
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