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|Title: ||國際私立學校在台灣 : 機會與挑戰|
Private international education in taiwan : opportunities and challenges
|Issue Date: ||2017-07-03 14:39:04 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||This paper will provide an overview of K-12 education in Taiwan, and the opportunities and challenges. It can be an handbook for investors and the government. The first part will focus on history of education, curriculum, government education policies, education spending and the Taiwanese education ranking at the global level. The following part, a study of private education sector, will give an understanding of law and regulation as well as the current actors of the private education at K-12 level. A comparison will be made with the education systems in Singapore and China, as they share many cultural roots and this comparison inform future government policies. In order to understand the possible future for Taiwanese education, we need to comprehend the country’s current economic, social and political development and make the link to educational issues. In this part we will particularly draw attention to the New South Bound Policy, the demographic issue and immigration policies. The last part of this paper will provide a business analysis of the education sector, using Porter’s model, SWOT and build a comparison with other South-East Asian countries regarding international school at K-12 level. The final recommendation will show to investors that Taiwan is a favourable place for private investment in the education sector due to its current government but should not be country of choice in Asia as China and Indonesia offer more opportunities in term of market growth.|
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|Source URI: ||http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0104933037|
|Data Type: ||thesis|
|Appears in Collections:||[國際經營管理英語碩士學程IMBA] 學位論文|
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