KSU Earns Ministry of Education Pilot Overseas Internship Grant Six Years in a Row
In order to develop trained professionals with an international perspective, Kun Shan University has been awarded the Ministry of Education Pilot Overseas Internships and Scholarships for Excellent Students grant for six consecutive years. Students with excellent academic records were chosen to go overseas to study and do internships. During the academic year 2012, KSU submitted ten cases for the Pilot Overseas Internship grant and all ten cases were accepted and KSU received a total of 2.39 million New Taiwan Dollars and also 1.68 million New Taiwan Dollars for the Scholarship for Excellent Students to Study Abroad grant.
Kun Shan University submitted ten cases for the 2012 year Pilot Overseas Internship grant and all ten cases were accepted. A total of 20 students were selected to use the summer break to go to USA, Japan, Germany, Canada as well as other countries to improve their professional skills and have a cultural experience while studying. Also during the 2012 academic school year KSU was awarded by the Ministry of Education 1.68 million New Taiwan Dollars for the Scholarships for Excellent Students to Study Abroad grant where 30 students with excellent academic records where chosen to study at KSU sister schools in Asia, the Americas, Europe, New Zealand, Australia, and other places for a total of about 250 schools. This year students will be able to take advantage of this project to study for credit at various entities in Japan, South Korea, Austria, USA, and the UK.