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Come back again with "2022 Experience Sharing from New Southbound International Students | Ep.2 Before and After Arriving in Taiwan" 

 

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In this episode, we invited Mr. Aaron Choong, Deputy Director of Overseas Students and Scholar Service Division, OIA, NCKU, to gave a presentation about the preparation to study in Taiwan during this Covid-19 pandemic situation, which included pre-arrival preparation, traveling and quarantine, also the process after self-health management. 

 

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Moreover, our host (Ms. Kanjana Chaitika, Pim) from Medical Device Innovation Center who are also an NCKU international Thai student alumnus did have a sharing session with our two new southbound NCKU student guests, Mr. Sarayut Manojirapipat (Tee) from Thailand and Ms. Karen Lam from Vietnam. Both of our guests are currently the second semester NCKU Biomedical Engineering Students, who just only arrived in Taiwan last year during the Covid pandemic.

 

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Three of them had been sharing so much information and their personal experiences start from NCKU Admission preparation steps until what did they face after arriving in Taiwan. How much money they had to prepare, where they could buy the living stuffs, how to find a place or dorm to stay, the important resources that the NCKU students should know, how to practice Chinese, etc.      

 

 

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For those who missed this episode, the recorded live stream is now available on YouTube.

Let's check it out >>

 

 

 

 

And see you again in the next (last) episode of this year, Ep.3 Life After Graduate from NCKU, the episode that students or new graduated students who want to find a job in Taiwan shouldn't miss!!!

 

 

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