By Foo Ming Li
Han Chiang University College of Communication (HCUC) homegrown Bachelor’s degree students who are interested in pursuing their post-graduate studies in Taiwan can now contemplate applying for the Master’s programme which comes with a scholarship offer borne out of the collaboration between Han Chiang University College of Communication (HCUC) and Yuan Ze University.
Yuan Ze University is a reputable university in Taiwan that has a history of a 10-year partnership with HCUC. Currently, the College of Management of Yuan Ze University is promoting its Master in Business Administration (MBA) programme to all graduates and current HCUC homegrown Bachelor’s degree students from all study programmes.
“During the two-year MBA course, students can receive up to half or full waiver of tuition and facility fees. The fee waiver can reduce the financial burden of the students as the total amount of fee is RM30,000 for a semester,” said Dr Yang Jie, Head of International Office of HCUC.
The partnership between HCUC and Yuan Ze University is a treasured alliance to the existing partnership with universities like University of Southern Queensland (USQ) from Australia and Yango University from China.
Yang Jie commended HCUC for showing the Bachelor’s degree students a clear pathway to furthering their studies.
Students who are interested in enrolling into the Master’s degree programme can start applying in February 2021 on Yuan Ze University website. Successful students will receive a reply between April and May 2021 to prepare themselves to enrol into the September 2021 intake.
For any enquiries, please contact the International Office of HCUC to find out more about the MBA programme and the application process.