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CECI Works with Chung Hua University to Develop Future Engineering Talent

Date: 2024/03/20

On March 20th, CECI and Chung Hua University signed a Memorandum of Understanding deepening their cooperation and further facilitating practical industry experience and academic knowledge exchanges between them. Apart from providing internship opportunities and offering scholarships for students, CECI has been invited to conduct courses on CHU campus, integrating theoretical knowledge with practical experience and contributing to developing Taiwan’s top engineering talent.

The MOU signing ceremony was attended by CECI Chairman Dr. Shih Yi-fang, Senior Consultant to the Chairman Mr. Lee Jeng-Gun, CECI President Mr. Liaw Shyne-Ruey, and Vice Presidents Mr. Huang Ping-Hsun and Dr. Andrew Wang. On CHU’s side, they were warmly received by the institution’s President Dr. Victor Liu, Vice President Dr. Yu Kun-Ming, Dean of Architecture & Design College Dr. Lee Yu-Lin, and Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Yen Ke-Chin. Other key members of the university’s leadership team joined to witness the signing of this important cooperation document between the two organizations.

CECI Chairman Shih Yi-fang pointed out that, given the importance of CHU among educational and research institutions in Taiwan, this MoU should have been signed much earlier. He also emphasized CECI’s commitment to innovation and bolstering its competitiveness, comparing the company to Taiwan’s chip-making giant TSMC in terms of its industry leadership and employee welfare. Chairman Shih Yi-fang also expressed confidence that the signing of the MoU with Chung Hua University will result in fruitful and mutually beneficial collaboration.

In his speech, CHU President Dr. Victor Liu stressed the importance of fostering innovative thinking and determination to excel in those fields critical for future professionals. In order to enhance the students' employability, President Liu proposed establishment of the Employment Program by inviting CECI to assist in planning and providing practical training to ensure seamless transition for students into the workforce.

Both parties acknowledged that engineering talent development is crucial for Taiwan’s competitiveness, and this MoU marks the beginning of a sustainable, innovative, and forward-thinking partnership, pledging to work together to promote collaboration in key areas to achieve mutual contribution and common growth.


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