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Taiwan’s position and strengths concerning student mobility in higher education market within ASEAN plus Three regional cooperation

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Under the ASEAN regional cooperation framework, "higher education" plays a key role in improving its member countries' global competitiveness and promoting ASEAN awareness and identity. Recent data showed that the trend of student mobility in ASEAN region is from one-way importing from Western countries to multilayered movements within the region. Taiwanese higher education is now facing a highly competitive market under the pressure of regional cooperation framework among ASEAN plus Three countries. The urgent call for Taiwanese higher education is to find itsstrengths and take an active position to attract more students from the region. Thus, this research aims to unearth the strengths and opportunities of Taiwanese higher education through studying this issue at the regional, the state, institutional, and individual levels. Firstly, the research willreview and analyze the regional official documents and agreements among ASEAN plus Three member countries to draw a picture of the reality and directions of students' mobility in the region. Secondly, the research will analyze and compare the documents regarding student recruitment strategies adopted by the five main importing countries in the region including Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Malaysia. Thirdly, the research will examine the recent policies and strategies adopted by Taiwanese government and higher education institutions concerning recruitment of foreign students in the region. Finally, this research will conduct one-on-one interviews and questionnaire survey to understand ASEAN students' motivations of choosing to study abroad and their educational experiences in Taiwan. From students' point of view, this research expects to locate Taiwanese higher education's strengths and positions in the regional market and to provide practical suggestions for advancing Taiwan's capacity for international student recruitment.

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ASEAN plus Three, Regional Cooperation, International Student, Student Mobility
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Wang, Hsiou-Huai. and Chang, Chen-Wei. "Taiwan’s position and strengths concerning student mobility in higher education market within ASEAN plus Three regional cooperation" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Apr 30, 2011 <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p504122_index.html>

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Wang, H. and Chang, C. , 2011-04-30 "Taiwan’s position and strengths concerning student mobility in higher education market within ASEAN plus Three regional cooperation" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p504122_index.html

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Abstract: Under the ASEAN regional cooperation framework, "higher education" plays a key role in improving its member countries' global competitiveness and promoting ASEAN awareness and identity. Recent data showed that the trend of student mobility in ASEAN region is from one-way importing from Western countries to multilayered movements within the region. Taiwanese higher education is now facing a highly competitive market under the pressure of regional cooperation framework among ASEAN plus Three countries. The urgent call for Taiwanese higher education is to find itsstrengths and take an active position to attract more students from the region. Thus, this research aims to unearth the strengths and opportunities of Taiwanese higher education through studying this issue at the regional, the state, institutional, and individual levels. Firstly, the research willreview and analyze the regional official documents and agreements among ASEAN plus Three member countries to draw a picture of the reality and directions of students' mobility in the region. Secondly, the research will analyze and compare the documents regarding student recruitment strategies adopted by the five main importing countries in the region including Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Malaysia. Thirdly, the research will examine the recent policies and strategies adopted by Taiwanese government and higher education institutions concerning recruitment of foreign students in the region. Finally, this research will conduct one-on-one interviews and questionnaire survey to understand ASEAN students' motivations of choosing to study abroad and their educational experiences in Taiwan. From students' point of view, this research expects to locate Taiwanese higher education's strengths and positions in the regional market and to provide practical suggestions for advancing Taiwan's capacity for international student recruitment.


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