Master's Degree in Arts in Tainan in Taiwan

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Arts

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

The Arts refers to programs that focus on intellectual type topics that are not always as straightforward as science and math. Those wishing to play a creative role in contributing to the community would be interested in the arts.

Taiwan, officially the Republic of China, is a state in East Asia and the first constitutional republic in Asia. Taiwan has several good universities, many of which have exchange agreements with foreign universities, and these are a good way to experience life in Taiwan.

Tainan is another city with exceptional academic centers. Most of these universities and other academic institutions offer education to other foreign languages apart from the traditional language. The best universities in Tainan are National Cheng Kung University and National University of Tainan.

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Master’s Program in College of Planning & Design

National Cheng Kung University
Campus Full time September 2016 Taiwan Tainan

In order to meet the industrial ideology in the new era, Institute of Creative Industry Design (ICID) promotes new life and energy by integrating various professionals to engage in its multifaceted research. [+]

Master’s Program in Planning & Design

The Institute of Creative Industry Design at National Cheng Kung University is a part of the College of Planning and Design. ICID has its roots in Industrial Design but has evolved into a combination of industrial planning and enterprise innovations, with a focus on design applications and strategy management in business terms. ICID will economize and industrialize creative productions via modern technology design management (services and policies) and cultural development products.

In order to develop creative industry and cultivate vast research talent, ICID recruits students from multiple backgrounds and specializations of study. There are three supervisor groups to meet students' needs. The groups are Group A (Brand & Marketing Planning), Group B (Media & Interaction Design), and Group C (Industry & Service Innovation). All classes in the institute are lectured in English in order to present Taiwan's special culture to the world and it is our hope that these students with diverse backgrounds will bring new energy into Taiwan's creative cultural industry.... [-]


Master Program of Digit Creation and Entertainment Interactive

Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Campus Full time September 2016 Taiwan Tainan

Master Program of Digit Creation and Entertainment Interactive (English-taught) - Taiwan design industry has won 450 awards in 4 major international design awards in Japan G-Mark, USA IDEA, Germany iF and Reddot ... [+]

Master Program of Digit Creation and Entertainment Interactive  (English-taught)

Establishment Background

1. Taiwan design improvement has won international affirmation

Amid knowledge economy era, more and more successful enterprises have already shifted organization resource from mass production to unique design and innovation.  For enhancing market competition, increasing sales volume and profitability and avoiding low-price war, Taiwan government and enterprises highly aware have already advocated the concept of design value added aggressively.  Taiwan design industry has won 450 awards in 4 major international design awards in Japan G-Mark, USA IDEA, Germany iF and Reddot, including 10 top awards since 2003.  Taiwan industry design even won 65 awards in Germany iF design competition in 2006, surpassing Japan and Korean and ranking the second next to host country Germany and topping in Asia.  It proves Taiwan designers have already reached top international level and also “design” is a trend that Taiwan must continue development. ... [-]