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出訪泰國頂尖大學 管院醞釀全新ABTCP亞洲學程
 
 
管院國際事務中心主任徐士傑老師與GHRM MBA學生何士修(Matthew J. Hopkins)3月中出訪泰國六間頂尖大學,因應政府新南向政策,管院目前正積極籌備「亞洲版三國學程」(Asia-Based Triple Country Program, 簡稱ABTCP),師法現已頗具成效的ACT全球商管學程,設計出一套於亞洲移地學習的跨國學程,此行即赴泰尋找適合的合作伙伴學校。
 
近年亞洲經濟起飛,國際間對亞洲的政治、經濟、管理、教育學術等各方情勢越發深入探索,加上台灣政府積極推動之「新南向政策」強化台灣與鄰近東南亞國家關係、促進校際間交流等目標,管院ABTCP計畫因應而生,其設計架構來自於管院ACT學程:學生移地中山管院、加拿大維多利亞大學和奧地利林茲大學三校,學習區域企業經營特色。
 
因此,ABTCP將是一個亞洲區跨國商管學程,規劃三個月移地一個國家,旨在提供360度視角觀察亞洲商業環境,讓學生大量接觸各國企業文化、增進對跨文化管理實際的了解,也希望同時提供學生獲取雙學位的機會。管院國際事務中心目前已與韓國漢陽大學(Hanyang University)進行初步洽談,可望成為ABTCP在東北亞的合作學校。
 
本次出訪泰國尋找東南亞國家的合作夥伴,共與北曼谷國王科技大學(King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi)、朱拉隆功大學(Chulalongkorn University)、素羅娜麗科技大學(Suranaree University of Technology)、瑪希敦大學(Mahidol University)、宋卡王子大學(Prince of Songkla University)、法政大學(Thammasat University)、先皇技術學院(King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang)等學校代表會面,許多學校都表示對中山ABTCP計畫極大的興趣。
 
管院此行也不排除與泰國大學建立其他形式的合作,例如與管院姊妹校朱拉隆功大學詳談交換學生以外的合作方式。徐士傑主任表示,此行泰國出訪收穫很多,可以說相當成功,除了對於ABTCP的籌辦是一大進程,同時對中山管院與泰國大學未來合作機會也開放了更多可能性。
 
 
A Visit to Thailand: Building a New and Dynamic Program
 
In March, Professor Jack Hsu and Matthew J. Hopkins (GHRM MBA student) from the Center for International Affairs (CIA), College of Management, paid a week-long visit to Thailand. In the course of their visit, they met with representatives from six universities that are among the best in Thailand. The principal aim of the visit was to search for prospective partners for the Asia-Based Triple Country Program (ABTCP) currently under development. This proposed year-long exchange program would allow graduate students to spend three months each studying in three different countries, and also working on providing students the opportunity to earn a dual-degree. The current proposal provides for a three-way exchange between NSYSU, Hanyang University in South Korea (in process), and a final partner university in Thailand. This program would provide participating students with a 360-degree view of the Asian business environment, significant exposure to a variety of corporate cultures, and hands-on understanding of cross-cultural management.
 
The inspiration for the ABTCP is drawn from two sources. The NSYSU College of Management currently has an established and successful three-country study program in cooperation with Johannes Kepler University in Austria and University of Victoria in Canada. This ACT Global Program (Austria, Canada, Taiwan), like the proposed ABTCP, provides students with a diversified and valuable study experience. The New Southbound Policy, implemented after the election of President Tsai Ing-wen, seeks to enhance Taiwan’s relations with neighboring countries and actively encourages increased cooperation among universities in the region.  Thus, the idea for an Asia-Based Triple Country Program was born.
 
Professor Hsu and Matthew held meetings with six universities over four days, and the reaction to the proposed Triple Country Program was largely enthusiastic. Several universities showed significant interest in participating in collaboration with NSYSU. In addition to discussing the ABTCP, the trip to Thailand also allowed for the establishment of new connections and opened up the possibility of future collaborations with universities such as King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi and Suranaree University of Technology. Professor Hsu and Matthew also had the opportunity to visit Chulalongkorn University to discuss increasing future collaborative activities between the sister universities.
 
On the whole, the visit to Thailand was a strong success. A large step was taken toward completing the ABTCP partnership, and new avenues of collaboration were opened up with some of Thailand’s best universities. 
 
  • 與北曼谷國王科技大學代表會面
    與北曼谷國王科技大學代表會面
  • 與先皇技術學院代表會面
    與先皇技術學院代表會面
  • 與朱拉隆功大學代表會面
    與朱拉隆功大學代表會面
  • 與素羅娜麗科技大學代表會面
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