Friday, February 24, 2017

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可以分享一下博物館學的上課內容是什麼? 博物館學簡單來講大概就是博物館行政,我們學校的排課方式比較請向博而不專,舉凡任何博物館行政可能牽涉到的工作及議題都會提個概論,比如fund raising 或是預算掌握、館藏整理和編號、藏品的保存提環境控制、visitor study 和博物館的發展發向等等

您在國外的時間其實算是蠻長的,那想請問您在各個階段時有曾遇到哪些較大的困難嗎?那又是怎麼解決的?最常遇到的困難應該就是環境的轉換吧,到目前為止換了五個國家居住、讀了七所學校,不管是語言溝通上的困難、課業的壓力、當地的種族歧視問題都曾經看過也經歷過。

工作五年後才選擇要出國念書,心境上的轉變是如何?是否更知道自己要的是什麼?或者是要對像您一樣半路出國留學的朋友們說?因為工作已經5年,所以很清楚自己下一步要到哪。加上是用自己的存款和留學貸款去追逐我的夢想。因此我來到英國更是使勁地學習。

可否分享一下關於教育部公費交換生的甘苦談?當時就讀的學校剛好第一年與教育部合作學海築夢獎助學金計畫,送護理系學生到美國姊妹校學習交流與醫院實習。起先,申請的80人中進行第一輪書面資料評選,評選的內容包含了在校成績、社團及公共服務、語文能力證明及師長推薦

您覺得里茲這間學校與其他學校相比有哪些不同的地方?里茲大學有一個實體的校園,而不是分散市區中,所以師生對學校特別容易培養歸屬感。里茲是個北方的城市,算是工業城起家,沒有牛津劍橋那樣的上流社會氣息

連續五年都主辦新生座談的你可以接觸到每年的新生,就這幾年來說,你有什麼建議想要對赴英留學的學弟妹說的嗎?特別是想就讀伯明罕大學的學弟妹。建議評估出國前的工作經驗與相關知識,是否足以在碩士學術領域深入探究:因未經該領域實戰洗禮,可能在學術文字上限於紙上談兵。

第一次見到小姜是在國中的英語課堂上。他的英文程度並不算班上最好,但是比起一般學生,屬於中上程度;至於口說方面,可以溝通但稱不上流利。再次遇到小姜是他在英國讀書,準備申請英國大學的時候,聽他娓娓道來抵英初期的故事,對談之後讓我對留學生活又有新一層的認識。

可以請您分享一下為何選擇格拉斯哥藝術學院嗎?而不是其他有關於藝術的學校?入學之後才知道格拉斯哥藝術學院在歐洲非常知名誠心推薦喜歡旅遊亂跑的人念這個科系。另外就是,因為我們是藝術學院,所以有藝術類的通識課。我在這堂課學到這個學校的宗旨:研究的過程本身就是答案,除去過程、路徑的答案是不存在的。所以說這間學校不僅僅教會我設計、更教會了我人生。

您認為Business & management的這門科系在Warwick的師資及課程安排如何?印象較深的是?我其實讀的是Biotech, Bioprocess, Business and Management。後來經了解後才發現他的BSW很出名,本來Warwick的老師推薦我去讀,但只可惜因學費關係我後來沒轉讀。

張晨對於在自己創作上天份有很清楚的認知,退而求其次轉向幕後藝術。對藝術鍥而不捨卻知道自己哪裡該取捨。國際學生對於新的開始總是茫然的,但對於自己所選擇的認真去實現,並像塊海綿不停的去吸收挖掘新事物,這才是出國留學的真諦。

從單純的在澳洲攻讀博士的CURTIS,變成在澳洲開咖啡廳的老闆。一路下來不再只為了自己。這篇分享不管是對於想在澳洲讀書,或是考慮要在海外創業的你,都會是很大的幫助!!

實雪梨大學還是偏向於學術研究導向的傳統學校,所以大學的GPA真的是關鍵,因為沒有找代辦公司,所以自傳、推薦信和讀書計畫全都自己來;雪梨大學還是偏向於研究導向的學術機構,所以我們的課程還是以兩到三小時的簡報式的講課為主、一小時助教的小組或個別指導,作業量非常的多!

會選擇University of Birmingham則是因為這不只是世界百大之一,光是Marketing就分了四種。我當時只是很單純的認為,一個學校能把單一科目分成四個科系,表示這個科目發展的很健全

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James answered all the queries and doubts you might have when considering doing a PhD. Read his sincere advice and suggestions below. It may just help you make a better decision!

Marketing and MBA courses have always been the most popular with Taiwanese students. Read this interview and find out what UEA has to offer that is different from other universities as well as how you can benefit from its new London campus!

Bournemouth University offers fantastic courses on Tourism, Events and Hospitality as well as many other subjects. Situated in an environment that will help you get the most out of your study and student life there, it certainly is a university worth considering.

Bubbly Shona encourages Taiwanese students to study in Strathclyde as Scotland is not as cold as most people expect it to be, and Scottish people are very warm and friendly!

Neil shared with us his thoughts and suggestions on how to make your application better and why it is important to make it your own.

As the Regional Manager of East Asia and married to a Taiwanese, Vicky is very familiar with Taiwanese students. Read about her insight suggestions to you!

Enzo shared news about University of Nottingham's new international campus in China and Malaysia where students can choose to go to and his thoughts that students should look into what they want and need for the future when it comes to choosing courses instead of just following the trend.

Naomi shared with us her experience with international students. Read her sincere and useful advice and suggestions below that will help you understand Newcastle University more and enjoy your time better there!

With various kind of courses and a business school very much favoured by Taiwanese students, it is an especially exciting time to join the University of Manchester as it invests £650 million in itself and aims to become one of the best universities in the world!

Clare shared with us many interesting facts about UEA. Read about them and the advice from the International Office below to see what UEA can offer you and how you can increase your opportunity to get a place to study there!

I interviewed Jo, Julia and Robert over breakfast in their hotel. I am not sure if the hotel is a 5-star one, but the enthusiasm, care and love they showed for their students certainly is!

I met up with lovely Diane after she'd been talking to students and parents all day long. Still she shared her experiences with us very generously and encourages Taiwanese students to show their enthusiasm, step out and contribute in class!

Emma has been here many times and is very familiar with Taiwanese students. She gave some very sincere advices especially on how students should be realistic about the time frame they need to prepare and improve their English ability and test results.