Membership in International Organization
Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan (FICHET)
CCU is a member of FICHET, founded in 2003. The foundation comprises Association of National Universities of Taiwan, Association of Private Universities and Colleges of Taiwan, Association of National Universities of Science and Technology of Taiwan (U-Tech), and Association of Private Universities and Colleges of Technology of Taiwan. Currently, the organization has 116 member universities. Its aim is to promote higher education and enhance academic collaboration with consortiums in other countries.
Presidents’ Forum of Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities, SATU
SATI was cofounded by National Cheng Kung University and famous universities in Southeast Asia. The Forum holds meeting once every two years with objectives to set up platform for academic cooperation among Taiwan and Southeast and Asian countries, and to hold dialogues addressing challenges in the region.
APAIE / NAFSA/EAIE
Asia-Pacific Association for International Education was founded in 2004 and aims to promote international education and exchange. The annual meeting is held in March every year. The number of current members is about 2,500.
Association of International Educators was founded in 1948, and it is the largest non-profit association dedicated to international education and exchange. NAFSA serves the needs of more than 10,000 members and international educators worldwide at more than 3,500 institutions, in over 150 countries. The annual meeting is held in North America in May every year and has over 10,000 attendees.
Founded in 1989, the EAIE is the European center for expertise, networking and resources in the internationalization of higher education.
Excellent Long-Established University Consortium of Taiwan
Initiated by Soochow University, the Consortium is an organization devoted to inter-school cooperation and sharing resources between schools. There are 12 private universities united to promote higher education. Members have worked together to develop strategies to promote international cooperation and to recruit international students despite the pandemic.