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Title: 印尼學生在台灣對於英語授課的經驗、看法與領悟
Indonesian Students Experiences in, Attitudes toward, and Perceived Challenges in English as a Medium of Instruction in Taiwan
Authors: Roni Candra Arun Siagian
西諾里
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Applied English
國立臺灣海洋大學:應用英語研究所
Keywords: Higher-education;Internationalization;Experiences;Challenges;Attitudes;EMI
Higher-education;Internationalization;Experiences;Challenges;Attitudes;EMI
Date: 2017
Issue Date: 2019-01-29T02:34:39Z
Abstract: In an effort to integrate its market to the global economy, the government of Taiwan has employed various strategies, one of which is to internationalize its higher education. The Ministry of Education (MOE) in Taiwan established cooperation and collaboration with many countries especially those in Southeast Asia as efforts to support internationalization, so that starting from 2004, the Taiwanese government has provided substantial stipends in order to attract international students to study in Taiwan. As a result, the number of international students was studying in Taiwan have increased significantly from 79,730 in 2013 to 111,340 in 2015. In regard to that, language issues quickly come to the forefront of the universities’ agenda because these students do not share the same native language with their local counterparts. In this situation, Taiwan government encourages all universities to employ English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) pedagogy as an effort to support internationalization of their higher education as well as to attract more international students. In addition, EMI in higher education is an inevitable global phenomenon. Thus, international students’ experience in, attitude toward, and challenges in EMI in Taiwan are issues worthy of investigation. 135 Indonesian graduate students participated in this study since they ranked third larger after Japan and Malaysia. The findings of the study will contribute to knowledge in adopting EMI, so that administrators and policy makers in higher education may better understand the challenges perceived by international students associated with language as a medium of instruction and their performance in Taiwan and, as a result, help them improve their policy involving EMI so that they may better meet students' and faculty's needs so that Taiwan can be an education hub in Asia.
In an effort to integrate its market to the global economy, the government of Taiwan has employed various strategies, one of which is to internationalize its higher education. The Ministry of Education (MOE) in Taiwan established cooperation and collaboration with many countries especially those in Southeast Asia as efforts to support internationalization, so that starting from 2004, the Taiwanese government has provided substantial stipends in order to attract international students to study in Taiwan. As a result, the number of international students was studying in Taiwan have increased significantly from 79,730 in 2013 to 111,340 in 2015. In regard to that, language issues quickly come to the forefront of the universities’ agenda because these students do not share the same native language with their local counterparts. In this situation, Taiwan government encourages all universities to employ English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI) pedagogy as an effort to support internationalization of their higher education as well as to attract more international students. In addition, EMI in higher education is an inevitable global phenomenon. Thus, international students’ experience in, attitude toward, and challenges in EMI in Taiwan are issues worthy of investigation. 135 Indonesian graduate students participated in this study since they ranked third larger after Japan and Malaysia. The findings of the study will contribute to knowledge in adopting EMI, so that administrators and policy makers in higher education may better understand the challenges perceived by international students associated with language as a medium of instruction and their performance in Taiwan and, as a result, help them improve their policy involving EMI so that they may better meet students' and faculty's needs so that Taiwan can be an education hub in Asia.
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