There were fifty-seven overseas Chinese students applying for the internships after graduating from universities in Taiwan whose applications have been approved by Ministry of Education this year. Compare to last year, it increases two people this year.
The MOC had received the fifty-eight applications for the internships after graduating from universities in Taiwan from the twenty-two colleges that they would like to stay in Taiwan to have the internships opportunities. After reviews, there were fifty-seven applicants approving by the MOC.
These overseas Chinese students would like to stay in Taiwan for job hunting after finishing the internships will be reviewed by the appraisal quota system of Ministry of Labor. The appraisal quota system is established to review their educational background and professional career, salary range, language ability and particular talents and who could operate in coordination with governmental policy for multi-cultural review standard. Any applicants collect more than seventy points will be granted the certificates of permits, the Chief of Overseas Chinese Students and international students service section of Department of International and Cross-strait Education (D.I.C.E.) Liu Su-miao said.
Liu also noted that she hopes to attract more and more overseas Chinese students to study in Taiwan. In addition, the domestic firms can also hire the skilled human resources to assist them broaden the overseas market.