Liao-Troth and Call were able to visit with two Georgia College alumni in Taiwan and two in China.
Their visit also helped arrange for two faculty members from XHU to come to Georgia College in the future to research and lecture in computer science and finance.
The goal is for this to be only the beginning of many future collaborations.
“We discussed the possibility in the future of welcoming groups of students from TMUE and KHU on a contract basis, where they would do part of their study for bachelor’s or master’s degree in China or Taiwan and part of their study at Georgia College,” said Call. “Students would then receive degrees from both institutions. We’ll continue to discuss those possibilities and ultimately sign specific agreements related to those contracts,” said Call.
Georgia College typically sends and receives more than 20 students on exchange each year with approximately a dozen different partners.
For more information on the exchanges program available, visit gcsu.edu/international.
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