Facing the impact of internationalization and globalization, FICHET has actively expanded Taiwan’s higher education exchange and cooperation programs by accumulating and strengthening bilateral ties with specific regions or countries, including establishing and deepening the exchange programs, dual-degree programs, academic cooperation, and exchange opportunities between Taiwanese universities and overseas, seek to promote the internationalization of Taiwanese universities and colleges and to act as a bridge/platform for international cooperation, allowing the world to see the advantages of Taiwan’s higher education and learning environment and provide Taiwan’s universities and colleges with practical opportunities for external collaboration.
1st Taiwan-Poland Higher Education Forum Expands Opportunities for Collaborations in Academic and Research
The first "Taiwan-Poland Higher Education Forum" was hosted by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) in Warsaw, Poland.
2nd Taiwan-France Higher Education Online Roundtable Focuses on Dialogue for Fine Art, Design, Movie and Animation
The Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education Taiwan (FICHET) and the French Office Taipei (BFT) held the "2022 Taiwan-French Higher Education Online Roundtable" on April 29, continuing a long-standing tradition of friendly dialogue on higher education between the two countries, deepening bilateral professional and academic cooperation, the development and vigorously promoting international cooperation in higher education.
BCCIE Signs Memorandum of Agreement with FICHET and Renews Commitment to Strengthen Academic Exchange Opportunities
On March 15, British Columbia Council for International Education (BCCIE) and the Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan (FICHET) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) at a formal ceremony held online and Simon Fraser University – Harbour Centre in downtown Vancouver.
2021 Taiwan-France Higher Education Online Roundtable Provides New Impetus for Bilateral Cooperation in Science and Technology
The 3rd Taiwan–France Presidents Forum was originally scheduled to be held in October this year in Taiwan. However, in response to the severe spread of the novel coronavirus all over the globe, and the uncertainty of how the situation will unfold in the future, the French Office in Taipei and FICHET are discussing postponing the Forum until 2022.
The 1st Taiwan-Russia Higher Education Online Roundtable marks a new stage in the development of bilateral collaboration in learning, instruction and research
On April 14, 2021, the Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education Taiwan (FICHET) and The Russia Rectors’ Union (RRU) held the Taiwan-Russia Higher Education Online Roundtable, a forum for dialogue between universities and colleges, marking an important milestone in higher education exchange between Taiwan and Russia.
2021 – The 3rd Taiwan-Austria Higher Education Forum Pursuing Sustainable Development in Teaching and Research Collaboration
In response to COVID-19 restrictions, the 3rd Taiwan-Austria Higher Education Forum was held online on March 17, 2021, hosted by the Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan (FICHET) and Austria’s Agency for Education and Internationalisation (OeAD).
2021 Taiwan-Austria Higher Education Online Forum
Connecting Past, Present, and Future of the Cooperation in the Higher Education between Taiwan and Austria.
Taiwan-UK Virtual Higher Education Delegation 2020 Launches a New Mode of Interaction Between Bilateral Partners
Following the success of the 1st “Taiwan-UK Higher Education Forum” in London in 2019, the Taiwan-UK Virtual Higher Education Delegation 2020 was successfully held from December 7th to 9th this year. The event was jointly organized by the Taipei Representative Office in the UK, the Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan, the British Council Taiwan and Universities UK International.
The UK-Taiwan Virtual Higher Education Delegation 2020
Why 2021 is the best year yet for UK-Taiwan Higher Education partnerships?