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Program Overview

The Department of International Trade, established in 1963, currently has eighteen full-time faculty members, 760 undergraduate and 48 graduate students. Because international trade is the engine of economic growth and development in Taiwan, the Departments of International Trade in Taiwanese universities are crucial to the continued well-being of our society. They also facilitate Taiwan’s linkage to the global economy, and hence, contribute to the global economic development.

Since English is the main communication tool of international trade, our program includes many courses which assign textbooks in English. This unique feature of our department attracts high quality students; thus, admissions to the program are highly competitive.

To achieve a balanced approach between theory and practice, the Department provides solid and diversified curricula to enable students to work in a wide range of positions in international trade. The Department has a broad network of alumni who have successful careers in international trade. They hold positions such as customs officials, economic development officers, international sales persons, marketers of products and services in international markets, and trade show coordinators. Graduates of the Department have consistently established themselves in high positions within the government, commercial, and industrial sectors.

The Mission of Department of International Trade on Undergraduate Program:
「To cultivate students to become trade and business professionals with international perspectives.」
The Mission of Department of International Trade on Graduate Program:
「To cultivate students to become business professionals with expertise in international business management.」

Program Learning Goal

  • Ability to manage international business and trade and strategies: Each student develops an insight into international political-economic trends and evaluates the differences between international and domestic economics. Each student is able to make decisions and manage strategies in transnational business employing knowledge learned in administrative management, economics, and marketing courses.

  • Ability to communicate in English: Each student is able to confidently participate in English discussions and to write fluently in English. Students respect cultural differences while recognizing the functions and values of communication.

  • Ability to solve problems: Each student can identify problems and analyze their causes as well as predicting future changes in accordance with related theories. Students can also provide solutions and suggestions.

  • Ability to adapt business management information technology: Each student is able to identify the importance of information technology as a research tool. Each student is able to use statistical software, business management databases and information technology effectively and is able to integrate technology use with specialized knowledge.

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