Office of International Affairs

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Office of International Affairs (OIA) was formally established on August 1, 2006. At the present time, this Office has four divisions – International Relations Division, International Student Affairs Division, Overseas and Mainland Chinese Students Affairs Division, and Internationalization Information and Service Division. The OIA is regarded as the foundation for the internationalization of NCKU, and will continue to play a significant role in the future development of the University. The International Relations Division is primarily engaged in promoting and facilitating international collaborations and exchange programs with academic academic institutions around the world. The International Student Affairs Division serves as a vital platform connecting NCKU's administration office with international students and visiting scholars to our University. This Division is equipped to assist in matters concerning financial support, health insurance, academic counseling, and all other important campus information.

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Accidental Falls Medicine & Life Sciences
Public Housing Medicine & Life Sciences
Independent Living Medicine & Life Sciences
landscape planning Earth & Environmental Sciences
Aptitude Medicine & Life Sciences
local participation Earth & Environmental Sciences
Rubber Medicine & Life Sciences
Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2008 2018

2 Citations (Scopus)
local participation
resident
Planning
planning
participation
3 Citations (Scopus)
Accidental Falls
Public Housing
Independent Living
Aptitude
Rubber
78 Citations (Scopus)

Student performance and high school landscapes: Examining the links

Matsuoka, R. H., 2010 Sep 1, In : Landscape and Urban Planning. 97, 4, p. 273-282 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

student
natural feature
parking
fatigue
school