The New Southbound Talent Development Program takes a people-oriented approach and aims to foster bilateral exchange and mutual resources sharing.
Angie Anggana Tanaja (Indonesia) Studying at National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
【Student Profile】 (May, 2015)
Name: Angie Anggana Tanaja
University: National Cheng Kung University
Program: Institute of International Management
My name is Angie Tanaja, I am from Indonesia. I am currently in my last semester in Institute of International Management (IMBA) at National Cheng Kung University. For me, studying abroad is one step further for my personal development. It makes me more independent and be in a cross-nation environment, which would be beneficial in facing fast changing and globalization. By studying in Taiwan, you gain a lot of things. You will be able to improve your Chinese, interact with nice local society, and also they provide you with monthly stipend.
The IMBA program in NCKU creates very diverse environment in class as our students come from different nations across the world. Some of students are from USA, Canada, Latin America, European countries, Africa, and Asia. That would be one of the competitive advantage of studying here as the knowledge sharing across cultures and countries occurred daily in our classes. The program itself really encourages the students to be familiar with several research methods.
Being a student in Taiwan, I experienced many new things. Cultural event, such as Dragon Boat Festival, has its uniqueness and excitement. Getting lost with lovely friends in many Taiwan tourist objects with limited Chinese ability is another side of my adventure. It will be unforgettable episode in my life.