Student's Mobility Programs

       Industrial Cooperative Learning Program was initiated in 2003 to improve research collaboration with the business sector, academic research institute and industry through research projects of the undergraduate students. The program is for undergraduate students in their 4th year to allow students to develop problem-solving skills by participating in a full-time internship for four months both locally and abroad, in the field directly related to the curriculum and of career interest of the students. Each year, approximately 100 students (25% of the students enrolled in the undergraduate program) participate and does research assignment in about 40 organizations.
The faculty has research network with more than 50 companies, especially Hard - disk - drive, electronics companies, Food Science companies, petrochemical, chemical and pharmaceutical companies, paint and adhesives companies, and banking and finance companies.

       The Exchange Programs gives students of all levels the opportunity to gain experiences in institutions that are partners of the Faculty of Science and transfer the credits back to the host institution. Students can receive some financial support from the faculty and the University.

       Short-term Cultural Exchange Programs initiated with our University partners. Both the University and Faculty of Science has scholarships and some financial aid to students who have been selected to join the program through the selection process of the Faculty and University.

       Oversea Science Innovation Competition Contest takes place at the end of the semester. Science students who have been selected will have the opportunity to join the competition in international events fully supported by the Faculty of Science and the University.

Faculty Mobility Programs

       The Faculty of Science promote training of staff in the country and abroad to strengthen the teaching and learning skills and improve the ability to do forefront technology research. The program supports the materials and nanotechnology, Food Science and Technology, Laser and ozone technology, Risk analysis and decision making, Mathematics, Statistics and Computers fields.