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Title: The status and future development of the international cooperation in aviation technology education in Taiwan
Authors: Liu, C. S.;Liu, S. F.;Tsay, Y. L.;Chen, Liang‐Rui;Yang, S. Y.
Contributors: 電機工程系
Date: 2003-07
Issue Date: 2012-06-05T06:51:33Z
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The aircraft maintenance education at university level in Taiwan originates from 1999. As far as curricula, facilities and instructors in aircraft maintenance field are concerned, resources introduced from advanced countries in North America, Europe as well as Australia are urgently demanded. Therefore, Taiwan Ministry of Education has allocated budget to establish the academy-industry alliance of aircraft maintenance since 2001. Through this alliance, the performance of aircraft maintenance education in Taiwan has been significantly enhanced and promoted. In the past two years, with the concerted efforts of the work team, the academy-industry alliance has made some great achievements. Furthermore, with the assistance of Taiwan Ministry of Education_MOE_ and the Committee for Aviation and Space Industry Development (CASID), more international cooperation topics and actions about the aviation technique education will be continuously supported in the future, such as sister schools, exchange programs, visiting professors, research cooperation, intensive or certificated short courses, workshops, overseas expert courses, and students’ summer practical training..
Relation: IEEE ICEE, July 21-25, 2003
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