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About the Department of Applied Foreign Languages (DAFL)

About the Department of Applied Foreign Languages (DAFL)

 

History of the Department

Education is the nation's century-old plan. The program of the DAFL is specially designed to adapt to the world trend and to foster the new foreign language skills required by the industrial and commercial enterprises. Our university was approved by the Ministry of Education in 2002 and approved by the Ministry of Education in 1994 to set up a four-year department of applied foreign languages in the Department of Continuing and Continuing Education:

 

July 2002 → Beginning of DAFL four-year Day School)

 

July 2004 → Beginning of DAFL four-year Further Studies)

 

July 2016 → Beginning of DAFL two-year College

 

Characteristics of DAFL Program

 

Development of Departmental Education in English and Learning in English and Japanese. The basic goal is to develop students' practical abilities in listening, speaking, reading and writing, so that they can pass TOEIC, or other internationally recognized English language proficiency examinations.  Passing the exam(s) ensures our students’ competitiveness in their future employment in terms of the application of English language.

 

Practical Courses on Integrating Business Information, etc. Our courses equip students with basic knowledge of foreign languages, business and information technology.  It is our aim to help students reach a good balance of their four Qs: IQ (Intelligence Quotient), EQ (Emotional Quotient), CQ (Creativity Quotient), and MQ (Moral Quotient), in order to enhance their employment competitiveness.

 

E-learning

 

Borrowed from E-Learning promoting students to implement pre-experience and to suit their self-learning attitudes, together with teachers' efforts to improve their learning effectiveness.

To develop professionals with both foreign language and business and information skills to equip students in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as professional skills in future workplace services.

 

Future Prospects

•    Strengthen students' psychological advantages

•    Develop students' basic and professional abilities

•    Cultivate a broad range of skills and information skills

•    Enhance students’ academic and career guidance

•    Enhance teachers' professional intelligence

•    Expand the influence of university technology

•    Promote the cooperation and development of obstetrics in the workplace.

 

There are currently 12 full-time staff in the Department.  Professors and lecturers are proficient in literature, linguistics, TESOL, ESP, cultural research, Business English and other relevant fields.

 

Course Content

 

Three modules are available for the planning program. English teaching modules, Business English modules and Business Japanese modules. The first two years focus on listening, speaking, reading and writing and planning professional courses such as English teaching, workplace English and Japanese for future workplace needs.

 

Employment Prospects

 

The pace of Taiwan's internationalization has increased. The demand for professionals with both foreign language skills and business skills will grow. For those who intend to graduate immediately to the workforce, the department also provides students with the knowledge and skills they need in the workplace through an internship program with the industry.

 

Key Learning Paths

 

After graduation, students may attend both domestic and overseas schools. Continuing to pursue further studies, the department is currently continuing to establish a sister school cooperative with foreign schools and hopes to provide better opportunities for students to pursue further studies abroad.

 

Career Development

 

Be engaged in teaching-related to work, sightseeing tourism, economics and trade, translation and service industries.

 

Existing equipment

 

The Department has a range of resources equipped for English and Japanese language instruction. These include: two multi-media language classrooms, self-learning resource classrooms, analog broadcasting rooms, video briefing rooms, foreign language testing classrooms, and a Japanese cultural classroom.



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