The unknown is daunting, and change requires a little momentum
It takes a little push to change
In my junior year, I successfully applied for an exchange at the University of Oulu, Finland through the Office of International Affairs. Different from the customs and customs of Taiwan, the first exchange allowed me to experience the cultural differences between Nordic countries and equatorial countries and fully expand my international horizons; During this period, I made more active use of school resources and applied again to exchange at the Ostrava University of Technology in the Czech Republic to study economics.
University of Oulu Exchange
The University of Oulu is a comprehensive public university in northern Finland. One semester is divided into two periods; each subject has six to nine classes during the week. Courses are assessed in various ways, including paper-and-pencil tests, homework, class participation, study diaries, reports, etc. The most significant difference between Nordic universities and Taiwan in education is the "attendance rate". In Taiwan, the attendance rate usually accounts for the total score. 15%, the lack of attendance scores is likely to affect the GPA of the entire school year. However, the attendance rate in the Nordic class does not affect the overall score, hone students' knowledge absorption in the subject, and cultivate self-discipline and reading habits.
Most of the courses are topic-oriented learning. Due to cultural differences, the teaching materials are not the same. Subjects are taught around the world according to local conditions.
By｜Department of Economics FANG,JIA-QI
Be the best you can be
Obtaining a professional license is very helpful for future work. In my junior year, I relied on FengChia's resources and my own efforts to successfully obtain a professional license without tuition.
By｜Department of Public Finance - Li,Syuan
As long as you want to accomplish it, there is nothing you can't do!
The water conservancy youth camp organized by the Water Resources Department lasts for six days and five nights. There is no restriction on any academic background, as long as students from colleges and universities can sign up to participate. The "Water Conservancy Youth Camp" emphasizes creativity. Each group chooses a theme for thinking, and publishes the results on the last day of the camp, and is reviewed by professionals. The camp activities for six days and five nights are organized during the day with speeches, implementations, and On-site visits, and group discussions in the evening. I originally thought it would be impossible to get from 0 to completing the topics that my team thought up in less than a week, but in the end, we finished it! And won second place.
By｜Department of Water Resources Engineering and Conservation HONG,JIA-LIN