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International Visits




       In 2013, the CEEC was commissions by the Ministry of Education to send delegations to South Korea and Japan, our Asian neighbors whose university entrance examinations are similar to ours. CEEC delegations also visited the US, whose education system has had great influence on Taiwan’s and where high school leavers apply to individual universities. The visits were intended not only to better understand the countries’ visions and designs for admissions and examinations but also to establish stronger relationships with and learn from peer examination bodies. We hope that there will be more opportunities for us to connect with the rest of the world.

Reports from Previous Visits

  • Highlights of the HKEAA’s 2014 Visit (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 240, Aug. 15, 2014.)
  • Highlights of the CEEC’s 2013 Visit to Hong Kong (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 233, Jan. 15, 2014.)
  • Highlights of the training courses at ETS Global Institute (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 233, Jan. 15, 2014.)
  • Highlights of the CEEC’s Visit to Japan (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 226, Jun. 14, 2013.)
  • Highlights of the CEEC’s Visit to the US (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 225, May 15, 2013.)
  • Highlights of the CEEC’s Visit to South Korea (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 224, Apr. 15, 2013.)

Other works

       We’ve always been a believer in learning from our peers’ experiences. In the early days of CEEC, we gathered information on admissions systems in Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, the UK, France, Germany, the US as well as other Asian and European countries to establish general rules and guidelines, standards and procedures, based on which we developed and proposed a model for Taiwan.

       We have not stopped the work of information collection and take every opportunity to learn about system design and experiences in other countries or areas. Some of the research results are accessible to the public.

Reports of College Admission Systems

  • Changes in the New SAT College Admission Exam (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 236, Apr. 15, 2014.)
  • The 2012 General Scholastic Ability Test: Exam Administration in Mainland China Venues (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 211, Mar. 15, 2012.)
  • Meiji University Visits the CEEC to Assess the Feasibility and Acceptance of GSAT Scores (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 188, Apr. 15, 2010.)
  • A Brief Introduction to Asia’s College Entrance Exams on English: The Cases of Taiwan, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 172, Dec. 15, 2008.)
  • Mainland China’s University Admissions Reform—Implementation and Flexibility of the 3+X Examination System (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 90, Feb. 15, 2002.)
  • Thoughts from Lecture on Mainland China’s Online Marking System (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 82, Jun. 15, 2001.)
  • Separation of Qualification Examinations and University Admissions in the UK (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 62, Oct. 10, 1999.)
  • Lessons Learned from Foreign Exam Bodies (CEEC Newsletter: Issue 61, Sep. 10, 1999.)