President Ma pledges to form committee to permit more Chinese students (2011/12/20)
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    President Ma pledges to form committee to permit more Chinese students (2011/12/20)

    President Ma Ying-jeou has promised to look into allowing a greater number of Chinese students to attend university in Taiwan. University administrators are unhappy that just over 900 Chinese students are here when the original quota was for 2,000.

    At a national conference of university presidents, President Ma listened to complaints that the number of Chinese students studying in Taiwan is much lower than expected. Ma immediately announced action will be taken to relax admissions policies.

    Ma Ying-jeou
    I have asked the Ministry of Education to immediately set up a review committee. It will invite schools that have larger numbers of Chinese students and other representatives to come together to discuss this issue and what can be done to change it.

    2011 is the first year that Taiwan has allowed mainland Chinese students to attend undergraduate courses at universities in Taiwan. But, after a quota of 2,000 students was approved only 928 students ended up enrolling. Private schools were unsatisfied with this number, saying there are simply too many legal restrictions.

    Currently, the number of mainland Chinese students in Taiwan is limited to 2% of a university’s total enrollment and public universities are only permitted to accept graduate students.

    Many local universities are being affected by Taiwan’s declining birth rate with many hoping to recruit Chinese students to fill in the financial gap. Now, Ma has asked the Education Ministry to look into whether or not more Chinese students should be allowed to study in Taiwan.

    中文 Chinese  



    [[總統 馬英九]]
    “請教育部立刻成立, 一個有關的檢討委員會,邀請收中國生比較多的學校或其他代表一起來討論,看看能夠做什麼樣的改變”




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