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Taipei Offering Incentives for SWOSU Students in Exchange Program

April 21, 2010

Taipei Municipal University of Education (TMUE) in Taiwan, one of Southwestern Oklahoma State University's exchange program sister universities, is offering SWOSU students free accommodations and job opportunities for students interested in a one-year academic exchange.

Dr. Radwan Al-Jarrah, who heads up the exchange program at SWOSU, said TMUE offers courses that require little or no knowledge of the Chinese language skills. The courses are taught by United States/ European educated faculty members using English/Italian/German/French textbooks.

Al-Jarrah said scholarships are also available from the Ministry of Education for foreign students to support their study in Taiwan.

"This is a unique opportunity for any student who might be interested in spending one year in the exchange program," Al-Jarrah said.

Currently, four TMUE students are at SWOSU as part of the exchange program agreement.

For more information, interested students should contact Al-Jarrah at 580-774-7152 or radwan.aljarrah@swosu.edu  or Dr. Sophia Lee at 580-774-3218 or sophia.lee@swosu.edu.

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