UKM Strengthened Strategic Partnership With NCCU
By Dzvuriyah Velayit Hussein
Pictures by Muhammad Syafiq Abd Halim and Muhammad Nadzim Nor Azmi
TAIWAN, 10 Feb 2018 – UKM strengthened its strategic partnership with National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taiwan, when 17 of its students participated in a mobility program at the university, recently.
The students, who are fellows and members of UKM’s Pendeta Za’ba Residential College, Student Executive Council spent one week in Taiwan, in the program themed Malaysia to the Orient: A Curiosity Travel.
The mobility program was a result of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between UKM and NCCU that was signed by UKM Vice-Chancellor, Prof Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr Noor Azlan Ghazali in July 2017.
In the program, students were given a glimpse of Taiwanese culture. They were also given the opportunity to visit the Shilin Night Market, pray at the Grand Mosque of Taiwan, explored the beautiful Yehliu Geopark and visited the Taipei 101 or the Taipei World Financial Centre.
The mobility program was attended by KPZ Principal Assoc. Prof. Dr Ahmad Sunawari Long and Deputy Principle, Asyraf Radzwan.