The China Post
Date: November 27, 2015
By: The China Post news staff
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Angela Hou, dean of the Office of International Education (OIE) at Fu Jen Catholic University, invited Daniel Lee from the National Education Radio to give a speech on the importance of being an exchange student when studying in college, said the university.
Also as the public affairs department vice president and spokesman of 1111 Job Bank Agency, Lee was invited to give a speech to the student body. Not only promoting the international student exchange organization, University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific (UMAP), he also helped the students with their resume writing. Lee taught the students how to put their experiences abroad in their resumes for their future endeavors.
Lee took part in professional yet entertaining conversations with the students and answered all kinds of questions concerning job hunts. Furthermore, he shared his own experiences studying abroad. He emphasized that, in the future, these experiences would be an important asset for the students when they searched for jobs. He hoped students could take the advantage of their four-year college period to participate in exchange programs.
UMAP, with the Super Short-Term Program (SSTP), has been offering summer programs since 2012. Short-term programs allow students to experience the foreign culture and lifestyle in a quick burst, and students can consider if they want to further their studies abroad, or search for a job abroad. “In the near future, the Asia-Pacific region will be the ultimate target market for job searches,” said the host merrily. [FULL STORY]