About the Program
- Integrating CYCU’s Educational Philosophy, By Nurturing Its Undergraduate Students’ Well-Rounded Personas, And Instilling In Them The Importance Of Character Growth, Team Work, And Innovative Ideas;
- Providing A Systemized Learning Model, Which Allows Undergraduate Students To Explore Courses Based On Their Interests By Utilizing A Four-Area Curriculum: Business Administration, International Business And Trade, Finance And Accounting, And Information Management;
- Promoting An Ethical And A Socially Inclusive Mindset, By Encouraging Students To Take Courses Related To Ethics And Service Learning To Develop Their Multidisciplinary Professional Abilities; And
- Challenging Students To Address Real-World Dilemmas, By Implementing Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Methods, Which Contribute To Higher-Order Thinking And Encourages Hands-On Participation.
- The COB Is Dedicated To Offering Its Undergraduate Students International Opportunities, By Collaborating With Several Global Sister Universities Such As: Michigan Technological University (U.S.), University Of North Carolina (U.S.), Pittsburg State University (U.S.), Reading University (Britain), SKEMA Business School (France), University Of South Australia (Australia), And Beijing Institute Of Technology (Mainland China). Undergraduate Students Who Plan To Enroll In The COB’s IMBA Program, Which Succeeds Its Undergraduate Counterpart, May Choose The 4+1 Curriculum, Which Allows Students To Earn Their Bachelor’s And Master’s Degrees In A Shorter Period Of Time; 5 Years Instead Of 6 Years.
- Business and Management Knowledge IUBM undergraduates will have the business knowledge for tactical and strategic management, and qualitative and quantitative skills essential to advance organizations and improve their performance.
- Global Competitiveness IUBM undergraduates will have a global and multicultural perspective, and leadership and communication skills necessary to be a successful leader and effective communicator.
- Ethical Values IUBM undergraduates will have an advanced understanding of ethical business practices, and possess high ethical values to improve the moral responsibility of management to all relevant stakeholders.
John Francis T. Diaz, PhD, CEA
Education：Doctor of Philosophy in Business Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Specialization：Major in Finance and Investments Minor in International Trade and Economics
Duration：February 2009 April 2012
Citizenship：Filipino Date of Birth: October 9, 1982
Outside of the university, Dr. Diaz is an Editorial Board of Research Academy of Social Sciences, VP-Secretary of the Association of Chinese Management Educators, Associate Fellow of the World Business Institute, and a reviewer of several peer-reviewed academic journals. He has been invited once to do a TEDx Talk, and was interviewed by the Seven Pillars Institute regarding his views on the relatively new academic discipline, Finance Ethics.
Dr. Diaz advocates more transparency and stronger ethical foundation in the financial services industry.
Message from the Director
The IUBM Program provides exciting international opportunities for accepted students through a set of academic exchange programs with several international sister universities. In addition, Undergraduate students who plan to enroll in the COB’s two-year International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) Program, may instead choose the “4+1 Curriculum”, which allows students to earn their achelor’s and Master’s degrees in 5 years.
- Economics I
- Economics II
- Statistics I
- Statistics II
- Financial Accounting I
- Introduction to Information Technology
- Mathematics for Business Application
II. Business Elective Courses
- Organizational Behavior
- Competitive Analysis
- Contemporary Management
- Contemporary Business Practice
- Marketing Management
- Image and Brand Management
- Human Relationship
- International Business Management
- International Trade and Policy
- International Human Resource Management
- Analysis of International Industrial Environment
- International Marketing Management
- International Finance
- Financial Management
- Financial Statements Analysis
- Financial Derivatives
- Business Valuation
- Money and Banking
- Financial Accounting
- Social Network Application Development
- Electronic Commerce Applications
- Practice of Big Data Analytics
- Enterprise Resource Planning
- Global Information Systems Strategies
- Readings in Information Management
- Engineering Design Practicum I and II
- Service Learning Seminar in Business
- Practical English I and II
- English Listening and Speaking (Application) I and II
- English Grammar and Essay Writing I and II
- Physical Education I and II (1st Year)
- Physical Education III (2nd Year)
- Physical Education IV (3rd Year)
- General Education Electives
- Freshman: Economics, Accounting, Introduction to Information, Management, Calculus, and other common Required courses.
- Sophomore: Financial Management, Marketing Management, Global Information Systems Strategies, International Business Management, Money and Banking, and other Elective courses.
- Junior: Business valuation, International Human Resource Management, International Trade and Policy, International Marketing Management, Social Network Applied Development, Electronic commerce Applications, and other Elective courses.
- Senior: Human Relationship, Analysis of International Industrial Environment, Reading in Information Management, Options and Futures Markets, and other Elective courses.
- Through the 4 + 1 curriculum, students are allowed to apply in the International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) program at the COB in their senior year, and receive both the Bachelor and Master degrees in five years.
- The COB is collaborating with several global universities such as: Michigan Technological University (U.S.), University of North Carolina (U.S.), Pittsburg State University (U.S.), Reading University (Britain), SKEMA Business School (France), University of South Australia (Australia), Beijing Institute of Technology (Mainland China), etc. Students could apply for exchange or dual degree program to those schools.
- Highest educational attainment document
- Original Copy of high school transcript of records
- Autobiography in English
- Study plan in English
- Study plan in Chinese (Optional)
- Two Recommendation letters
- English language proficiency certificate or equivalent document
- Chinese language proficiency certificate or equivalent document. (Optional)
- Proof of participation in academic exhibitions, membership of academic clubs and societies, community service certificates, student committee memberships, and other relevant certifications for the application
Taiwan Government Scholarship
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Taiwan Scholarship encourages outstanding students to pursue academic degrees in Taiwan and to deepen their understanding of Taiwan's academic environment. These enhance exchanges and build friendships between Taiwan and the students’ home countries. The Taiwan Scholarship program is a joint initiative launched by the MOFA, the Ministry of Education (MOE), the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) and the National Science Council (NSC) in 2004.
- a senior high school graduate or above with excellent academic records, and of good moral character
- not a national of the Republic of China (Taiwan), nor an overseas compatriot student
- never attended an educational institution in Taiwan at the same level of degree, nor on a Limited Education Program (LEP)
- not an exchange student through any cooperation agreement between any foreign university (including Taiwan)
- no scholarship previously revoked by the Taiwanese government
For the application details, please visit the following websites:
Tuition Fee and Accommodation Expense
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