Afghanistan                  China                    Hong Kong                    India                        Japan                        Korea                    Malaysia

    Mongolia                     Pakistan                Philippines                Singapore                Taiwan                      Thailand                   Vietnam



The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) was founded by Dr. Sakena Yacoobi in 1995. Since then, AIL has reached over 11 million Afghans through their education, health, and training programs. AIL considers education to be the key to Afghanistan’s future; and thus, works to expand opportunities by fostering self-reliance and community participation. Because of the programs, graduates are now leaders in their communities, members of parliament, and social and business entrepreneurs. To learn more, click here.

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Support for Afghanistan

Founded in 1996, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Support for Afghanistan (PARSA) is an NGO working directly with the disadvantaged people of Afghanistan. With support from grass root organizations, PARSA is now among he leaders in the NGO community advocating for change in social protection programs that serve the disabled and destitute, women “heads of households” and orphans. As a part of our list of accomplishments, PARSA has launched a nationwide rebirth of the Afghan Scouts program, instituted the Healthy Afghan Child program into the national orphanage system, and created a “fair trade” model of marketing for Afghan women’s businesses called “Trade Afghan”. PARSA programs resonate with and support Afghan communities of today, as they heal and take ownership of their future. To learn more, click here.



Korean Development Association of Bangladesh Fund

The Korean Development Association of Bangladesh Fund (KDAB) is an NGO that has been working successfully in Dhaka and rural northern Bangladesh for over twenty years. KDAB's projects have covered an extensive range of interests: education, computer training, garment worker training, music education, primary health care, family planning, safe water access, latrine access, leprosy rehabilitation, and farmer training. Their mission is to assist disadvantaged groups achieve self-sufficiency and to improve social, economic and cultural emancipation of the unprivileged through patriotism and local leadership. To learn more, click here.




10001fontaines was launched in 2005 by social entrepreneur and Schwab Foundation awardee Chay Lo. Their mission is to  improve the lives of rural populations of Cambodia and Madagascar by enabling them to produce and distribute safe drinking water autonomously and sustainably. Small water kiosks are set up and entrusted to local entrepreneurs in charge of selling the water at an affordable price to people living with less than $2 a day, and providing it free of charge to children at school. After running a few prototypes in 2005 in the province of Battambang (North West of Cambodia), the project rapidly expanded to other provinces and countries. Today 150 water kiosks are operational in 18 of the 23 Cambodian provinces, providing water to close to 400,000 people, including 100,000 children. 150 entrepreneurs have been hired and trained by the project, and 500 jobs have been created in rural areas. The model has also been replicated in Madagascar and India. To learn more, click here.

Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children's Rights

The CCPCR is a grassroots organization providing crucial rescue, outreach, shelter, physical and mental healthcare services, vocational training and education to more than 300 young Cambodian children — primarily girls between 4-16 years of age – who are victims of trafficking, sexual abuse and exploitation. CCPCR currently operates two shelters/rehabilitation centers in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, and a transition station in Svei Rieng province near the Vietnamese border. They work with communities, police and regional NGOs to intake new girls every week, even as they support older girls who move into employment training and university studies. To learn more, click here.

Child's Dream Foundation

Child's Dream is a charitable, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to empowering marginalized children and youth in the Mekong Sub-Region, which includes Burma, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia.  We achieve this by working in partnership with communities to improve the educational and health situations for children and youths. To learn more, click here.

Phare Ponleu Selpak

Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPS) is a Cambodian association that supports community development by providing children, young adults and their families with social, educational, emotional and cultural support. PPS's work with children is driven by the acknowledgement of each child's individuality and need for specifically tailored support. Artistic practice and development is at the heart of the formal education, life and social skills offered to young people we work with. The PPS campus comprises arts schools (performing arts – circus, dance, music and theatre – and visual & applied arts), a Child Protection Unit, a public school, a Kindergarten, a Child Development Center and a library. It is overseen by the Cambodian Development Council, Cambodian General department of taxation, and National Social Security Fund of Cambodia. To learn more, click here.

Pour un Sourire d'Enfant (PSE)

Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (PSE), or, For A Child’s Smile, started operating in 1995 as a non-profit organization dedicated to raising Cambodian children out of poverty. The organization was established by two French nationals who witnessed hundreds of children collecting trash, day and night, under dreadful hygiene conditions on Phnom Penh’s main dumpsite. When those children came “home” – often a bare piece of tarp held by four bamboo poles - they were abused by violent parents who had grown up under the terrible Khmer Rouge regime of Pol Pot. To learn more, click here.

Youth Star Cambodia

Youth Star Cambodia is committed to building a just and peaceful society through citizen service, civic leadership and social entrepreneurship. They seek to harness youthful idealism in the service of developing Cambodia by placing young Cambodian university graduates in underserved rural communities for one year of volunteer service. Youth Star volunteers help children catch up with their studies so they do not drop out of school, share their knowledge with local farmers, and play other important roles. Youth Star provides a life-transforming journey for young people to develop themselves: their skills, their confidence and their ideals. To learn more, click here.



Chi Heng Foundation

The Chi Heng Foundation (CHF) is a registered charity based in Hong Kong with offices in China (Anhui, Beijing, Henan, Guangzhou,Shanghai and Yunnan). CHF was founded by Chung To, a Harvard educated business professional who left his investment banking job to pursue his passion in supporting AIDS-affected youth in China. As of June 2013, CHF has supported over 15,000 AIDS-impacted children. The organization encourages orphaned children to live with their relatives in their native villages so that they can integrate in the local community and schools. CHF also provides psycho-social support services through art counseling, memory books, summer camps and other activities. To learn more, click here.

China Children Insurance Foundation

The China Children and Teenagers Fund (or CCTF) established the China Children Insurance Foundation (or CCIF) to help support children afflicted with critical illnesses. The CCIF has built a charity platform through an innovative combination of insurance and traditional charity activities. Under CCIF's charity plan, every US$8 donated will provide US$15,000 of protection towards a needy child for one year against twelve types of critical illnesses, including malignant tumors, organ and stem cell transplants, acute kidney failure, and infantile paralysis. In 2014, CCIF has raised a total of RMB 50 million Yuan (equivalent to $8.1 million), and provided insurance to over 1,000,000 orphans and children suffering from critical illnesses. To learn more, click here. 

Fuyan AIDS Orphan Salvation Association

The Fuyang AIDS Orphan Salvation Association (AOS) is one of the few community-based, non-governmental organizations that specifically supports children affected by HIV/AIDS. The AOS began its work by providing one HIV-positive child with physical examinations in Beijing and securing pediatric anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment. In the course of one year, over 100 children looked to AOS for support, and now support is given to just over 600 children and their relatives and families. The total scope of our support extends to over 6,000 people. The AOS maintains that "children are best looked after by their families and communities." Following this motto, we try to build parental and community capacity by giving financial, educational, medical and mental health support. To learn more, click here.


The Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE) was founded after the MIT Forum on the Future of Energy in China, the first public dialogue on clean energy between US and Chinese government officials. It's mission is to combat China's massive migration into new cities, the industry's thirst for energy, and boom of its consumer class that threatens to deplete the world's natural resources and leave our children with an uninhabitable planet. JUCCCE is a non-profit working on making a greener, more liveable China in the face of the environmental problems that China and the world at large are facing. To learn more, click here.


City University of Hong Kong (CityU)

City University of Hong Kong (CityU) is a young and vibrant university that has made itself one of the top 100 universities in the world today. Founded in 1984 as City Polytechnic of Hong Kong and upgraded to a fully self-accrediting university in 1984, the campus is now home to about 21,000 students (over 4,000 of whom are non-local), benefiting from the knowledge of hard work of more than 3,000 staff members. More than 130 academic programmes are offered across a diverse range of subject areas.

Aspiring to become a global university excelling in research and professional education, CityU’s primary objective is to nurture and develop the talents of students and to create applicable knowledge in order to support social and economic advancement. The University considers research and teaching to be inextricably linked. The provision of research opportunities to students is a priority, to ensure they can contribute to the development of the community.  To learn more click here.

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Hong Kong Polytechnic University was established in 1994.  The University offers a wide range of courses which directly meet industrial, commercial and community needs. The prime aim of the University is to equip students not only with professional competency, but also the ability to think independently, good communication skills and a global outlook.  HKPU's mission is also to provide programs that are application-oriented, train students in research of an applied nature relevant to industrial, commercial and community needs, and to enable students to pursue life-long learning.  To learn more click here.  

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

HKUST - A dynamic, international research university, in relentless pursuit of excellence, leading the advance of science, technology, business and humanities, and educating the new generation of front-runners for the world.  Since its official opening in October 1991, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology has established itself as an intellectual powerhouse, energizing the community's transformation into a knowledge-based society, and securing a place on the academic world map in record-breaking time.  To learn more click here.

Lingnan University

Lingnan University is a public liberal arts university in Hong Kong founded in 1999. Lingnan University aims to provide students with a quality education distinguished by the best liberal arts tradition from both East and West. It adopts a whole-person approach to education which enables its students to think, judge, care and, ultimately, act responsibly in the changing circumstances of Hong Kong, the region and the world.  At LU, liberal arts education is achieved through our deliberately small enrollment, broad-based curriculum, close staff-student relationship, rich residential life and extra-curricular activities, active community service and multi-faceted workplace experience, strong alumni and community support, and global learning opportunities.  To learn more click here.  

Pui Ching Primary School

The Pui Ching Primary School is registered under the Education Bureau in HKSAR as a nonprofit school and was founded in 1933 with a mission to nurture and foster the beliefs of Christianity through the development of multi-intelligence, such as physical, aesthetic and social growth, to give a balanced all-round education to ensure positive attitudes towards life.  To learn more click here.  

St. Paul's Co-Educational College

The Council of St. Paul's Co-educational College Charitable Trust was established for the specific purpose of accepting donations in order to give financial support to St. Paul's Co-educational College and its Primary School in Hong Kong.  By designating gifts to "St. Paul's Co-ed Fund", alumni in the U.S. can efficiently contribute to their alma mater, to provide support for its milestone developments - building a strong professional teaching force, expanding and enriching its holistic learning programs for students, and admitting the best students while ensuring financial assistance for those in need.  To learn more click here.  


Bhadrajun Artisans Trust and the Fabindia School

Bhadrajun Artisans Trust's (BAT) mission is to build social development programs with a focus on education and crafts.  BAT's focus is on supporting The Fabindia School whose mission is to provide access to high quality education for boys and girls at the rural level using English as the medium of instruction. The school views primary education as a major stepping stone towards social mobility, equality and employment opportunities. Since its inception, the school has been committed to encouraging education for girls in a culture where most parents who can afford an English medium school would send only their sons. To realize the dream of providing equal educational opportunity for girls, the school rewards scholarships to them. In addition, the school seeks to enroll and subsidize children from socially and economically marginalized communities,                                                                 who otherwise do not have access to quality education.  To learn more click here.  


The American School in Japan

The American School in Japan (ASIJ) develops compassionate, inquisitive learners prepared for global responsibility, and strives to be an exemplary international learning community that nurtures each student's full potential. ASIJ educates students from kindergarten through grade 12. The American School in Japan is overseen by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology.  To learn more click here.

International School of Asia, Karuizawa (ISAK)

ISAK is a fully-residential international high school located in Karuizawa (one of Japan’s premier mountain resort areas). ISAK’s core mission is to foster youth who are respectful of diversity and passionate about taking action in service of others. Our aim is to build bridges among motivated students from diverse countries and cultures, and create young leaders in the Asia-Pacific region and around the world who can serve as catalysts for positive change. ISAK has been approved as a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, and is pursuing authorization as an IB World School.  To learn more click here.  

Japanese Red Cross Kyushu International College of Nursing

Japanese Red Cross Kyushu International College of Nursing was established in 2001 as the fourth college of Japanese Red Cross Society. We have the mission to foster nurses who can embody “Humanity Spirit” of Red Cross and play an active part in all over the world. There are many students who think “I want to work to help people” in the future. Our college would like to give a lot of opportunity, while the students consider what they should do as a member of Red Cross and master skills to work internationally and domestically.  To learn more click here.

Keio University

Keio University is a private, comprehensive higher education institution located on six campuses spread across the Greater Tokyo area.  It offers an environment of academic and research excellence in a wide range of fields, and includes a university hospital.
Founded in 1858, it is Japan’s first modern institution of higher learning, and over the last century and a half it has established itself as a leader in Japan through its continued commitment to education, research and medicine.  To learn more click here.  

Kyoto University

Kyoto University states its' mission is to educate outstanding and humane researchers and specialists, and to transmit high quality knowledge to contribute to the world's human and ecological community. With funds donated to the Kyoto UNiversity Fund, as an international institution, we will create an environment that promotes independent and interactive learning, and thereby strive to enhance scholarship systems, support foreign academic exchange, and finance extracurricular activities.

Please consider making a one-off, regular, or legacy donation to support us in our quest for academic excellence and meaningful learning.  To learn more click here.  

Kyushu University California Office

Kyushu University CA Office is set up to support the activities of Kyushu University in Japan whose mission is to contribute to achieving the goals of higher education and meeting the expectations of all people, and to promote research activities that will contribute, as the foundation of the pursuit, creation and development of better knowledge to mankind and society. Kyushu CA runs two projects: QREP, a week long program which includes intensive lectures and field trips; and SVEP, a four week long English program at San Jose State University.  To learn more click here.  

Osaka University

Osaka University, one of Japan's leading comprehensive research universities, was founded in 1931 as the sixth imperial university of Japan. The roots of Osaka University can be found in two places of scholarship, Kaitokudo and Tekijuku, established in the Edo period (1603-1868). Their spirit of innovation and progress serves as the cornerstone of our endeavors in education and research Under the motto, "Live Locally, Grow Globally," Osaka University aims to continue to deliver global impact in research, education, and enterprise for the benefit of the world community.  To learn more click here.  

Sophia School Corporation

Sophia University, established in 1913, provides study and educational opportunities that take the increasingly complex international situation into full account. The university has constructed a global network that allows researchers and students from overseas to teach and study in Japan and dispatches Japanese researchers and students abroad. Sophia is one of Japan's leading universities in the fields of international relations and foreign studies.  To learn more click here.

Tamagawa Seigakuin

Tamagawa Seigakuin is an all-girls junior and senior high school on the western edge of Tokyo, Japan. With a liberal arts curriculum emphasizing a Christian worldview, the school seeks to give its students the vision and  tools to be peace makers and bridge-buildings in the world at large. In 1950, founder Rev. Shigetoshi Taniguchi  stated, “It will be the goodness and strength of women that will build a new Japan.” Now even more in this age with an emphasis on the rights and abilities of women, students are challenged to make a positive  contribution and meaningful difference in their world.  To learn more click here.  

Tohoku University

Tohoku University was established in 1907 as Japan’s third national university. The five main campuses are in Sendai City, built around the ancient site of Aoba Castle.

The university has a diverse community of more than 17,000 students across academic fields that include engineering, medicine, life sciences and the liberal arts. With a strong history of innovation, Tohoku University is also home to leading, groundbreaking research and actively encourages academic-industry-government cooperation.

Since the Great East Japan Earthquake, the university has played a key role in providing disaster science expertise and support to the region’s reconstruction efforts.  To learn more click here.  


Pohang University of Science and Technology

Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) was established with the goals to conduct in-depth and broad research in science and engineering that is needed for the betterment of humanity as well as the advancement of Korea, to produce select young talents into the future global leaders with knowledge and honorable characters through excellent education and training, and to translate research results into real-world applications in order to serve the nation and humanity by building close collaboration between industry, academia, and research institutions.  To learn more click here.  


International School of Kuala Lumpur

The International School of Kuala Lumpur provides an exceptional education that challenges each student to develop the attitudes, skills, knowledge, and understanding to become a highly successful, spirited, and socially responsible global citizen. Since its' founding in 1965, the school has served thousands of young people who are now scattered around the world. As a charitable entity, ISKL seeks to build a stream of philanthropic income, which will expand and enhance its program while enhancing its' global reputation for excellence.  To learn more click here.  


Khovd University, Bayan Ulgii Branch

Established in 1979, Khovd State University is the premier and leading university in Western Mongolia and has a wealth of experience of preparing skillful teachers and specialists. Currently the number of teachers in the university is estimated at 260 and number of students - more than 3,800. In 2010, the university opened a branch in Bayan-Ulgii province, the Bayan-Ulgii Branch of Khovd University. Since its establishment, Khovd University has been the leading institution for training qualified teachers in the western region of Mongolia. More recently, the university has trained not only teachers but also specialists in certain fields such as accounting, computer programming supplies, political science, law, and engineering, to suit the regional needs of non-teaching professionals. The university is overseen by the Ministry of Education.  To learn more click                                                             here.  


Institute for Development Studies and Practices (IDSP)

Institute for Development Studies and Practices [IDSP‐Pakistan] is a national human resource development institute based in Quetta since 1998. IDSP offers intellectually designed practice based character and community development courses, for young people excluded  from mainstream education and livelihood opportunities in Pakistan. These  graduates are engaged with 1.2 million people, impacting maternal health, education, human rights, environment protection, media and film making, leadership with professionalism. IDSP has worked very closely with the government institutions and local communities in the areas of providing technical support, capacity building, education development projects, women's leadership development initiatives and professional development programs.  To learn more click here.  


St. Paul University Philippines 

St. Paul University Philippines’ (SPUP) primary mission as a non-stock and non-profit Catholic institution is to proclaim Jesus Christ as the Good News to all in response to the need for total salvation from materialism, unjust structures, and apathy through education and care of the sick. From the above premise, SPUP is engaged in varied undertakings along academics, Christian formation, community outreach and services, environmental stewardship advocacies and other extension services that bring the valued expertise of our University to our partner-communities for the latter’s economic sustainability and  development.

At present, SPUP has 11 recipient-communities for our various extension services. The gates of our university are equally open to the public for benchmarking and access to our academic resources and facilities – all for the betterment of the larger society.

Founded in 1907, SPUP has already graduated different groups of professionals now spread all over the world - serving humanity through their respective capacity as Paulinians who are endowed with quality Catholic Education and the spirit to serve the least, the last and the lost as rooted in our vision-mission.  To learn more click here.  

University of Santo Tomas- College of Accountancy Foundation Inc.

The University of Santo Tomas AMV College of Accountancy Foundation provides scholarships and financial assistance to students majoring in accounting.

College of Commerce Alumni Foundation started in November 2004 to initiate, promote and develop the advancement of education, research and activities related to industrial, business and management sciences particularly accounting and its related fields by providing financial support, grants, scholarships, donations and other forms of financial aid.  To learn more click here.  


The United World College of South East Asia

The United World College of South East Asia Foundation was launched in 2004 to support the mission of the United World College of South East Asia (UWCSEA), a non-profit K1-12 International School in Singapore.  UWCSEA has a 36 year history in delivering a high quality, holistic and values-based education.  The College has a strong financial base, attracts and retains outstanding teachers and receives an overwhelming number of student applicants.  The College currently awards 24 full, merit-based scholarships per year.  To learn more click here.  


Chung Yuan Christian University

Chung Yuan Christian University is founded on the spirit of Christian love for the world. With faith, hope, and love, we endeavor to promote higher education for the benefit of the Chinese people, aiming at the pursuit and advancement of genuine knowledge in order to maintain our cultural heritage and, thus, to serve humankind.  To learn more click here.  

Feng Chia University (FCU)

Feng Chia University was established in 1961. Over the past more than 50 years it has earned a reputation as one of the most promising comprehensive universities in Taiwan. Currently, it enrolls nearly 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students in its eight colleges. It has more than 150,000 graduates, who are now working for government agencies and private enterprises and are contributing enormously to Taiwan's economic miracle.

FCU has a new vision for a campus near Taichung Gateway Park City. The funds raised in the US will be used for the 50th anniversary building, scholarships, and the university's long-term development.  To learn more click here

Kaohsiung Medical University

Kaohsiung Medical University (originally known as Kaohsiung Medical College ) was formally established in 1954. Apart from being the first private medical university in , the university has also become an important cradle for highly-skilled physicians and medical-related specialists. Kaohsiung Medical University was a center of both medical care and the study of local tropical medicine in the early days. The college set aside its tropical disease research mission after the World Health Organization announced that was no longer a tropical disease endemic area, and turned its full attention to the steadily evolving areas of basic medical science and clinical medical research. The university has also continued to strengthen its medical services. Kaohsiung Medical University therefore has laid a solid foundation as a leading medical institution. After Kaohsiung Medical College became a university in the summer of 1999, it seized this opportunity to move faster and further and attain to the highest standards in teaching, research and service. The shared vision at Kaohsiung Medical University is to make the university a modern, forward-looking institution striving for excellence in both academics and medical care. There is a wide range of medical related courses, and the facilities both for basic and clinical research are sufficient and of a good quality.  To learn more click here.  

National Central University

NCU was re-established in Taiwan in 1962 as part of the country´s response to the International Geophysical Year. NCU has now become Taiwan´s leading school in the fields of geophysics and space science, and was selected as one of the major research-oriented universities in 2001. NCU has gained an international reputation for research and academic excellence. Cooperative education programs and cooperative research projects have grown in number over the years. In the future, NCU will continue to apply the down-to-earth attitude and vigorous spirit to leading edge research and innovative learning, pursuing our excellence as a first-rate university in Taiwan.  To learn more click here.

National Chengchi University

Established in 1927, National Chenghci University (NCCU) is noted for its humanities and social sciences  disciplines and currently housing 9 colleges, including Liberal Arts, Science , Social Sciences, law, Commerce, Foreign Languages & Literature, Communications, International Affairs and Education; 33 departments, 2 BA modules (Undergraduate Program in European languages and College of Communication Undergraduate Degree Programs), and 48 graduate institutes (including master's modules), with 32 graduate institutes offering PhD programs, 16 on-the job master's programs and 5 English-taught degree programs.  To learn more click here.

National Taipei University of Technology

National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) was founded in 1912 as a pioneering academic institute dedicated to industrial education. NTUT is a university with honored traditions and widespread acclaim. The University is divided into 6 Colleges each made up of various institutes and departments. Currently, the university has 16 departments and 26 graduate institutes. It has been and will still be dedicated to cultivating leading intellectual elites in humanities and sciences as well as innovative technological specialists by promoting academic research and the quality of education on both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  To learn more click here.  

National Taiwan Normal University

National Taiwan Normal University has been recognized as one of the Top 12 universities in Taiwan due to its leading research in the fields of Chinese Language Teaching and Science Education, among others. Founded in 1946, it was first established as a teacher's training institute after World Ward II and has been in recent years transformed into a comprehensive university. NTNU is dedicated to achieving excellence in both teaching and research by providing a multicultural and holistic educational environment for the students. Today, NTNU encompasses three campuses (Main campus, Gong-guan Campus and Lin-ko Campus) and consists of 10 colleges, including 58 departments and graduate institutes. The school offers wide variety of courses and degrees, such as the arts, humanities, education, social science, sports and recreation, etc. With the Main Campus located in the hub of Taipei, NTNU not only proffers an active academic climate, but also embraces cultural diversity of Taiwan. besides, NTNU is internationally known for the Mandarin Training Center that draws more than 6,000 international students from over 80 countries each year to undertake studies in Chinese language and culture.  To learn more click here.  

National Taiwan University

Located in downtown Taipei, National Taiwan University (NTU) is the first university in Taiwan. Its history can be traced back to the early 20th century, formally known as the Taihoko (Taipei) Imperial University founded by the Japanese in 1928. After World War II and Taiwan's retrocession to Chinese Sovereignty, the ROC (Taiwan) government resumed the administration of Taihoko University and renamed it as "National Taiwan University" in 1945. Today, the University has a total of 11 colleges, 54 departments, 100 graduates, and 33 research centers, and the number of students reached a total of 33,416.  To learn more click here.  

National Tsing Hua University

National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) is one of the most prestigious universities in Taiwan. NTHU has a strong reputation in the studies of science and engineering. There are now 7 colleges, 17 departments and 19 independent institutes in NTHU. The campus is conveniently located, neighboring several national research institutes and Hsinchu Science Park, the silicon valley of Taiwan.  To learn more click here.  

National Yang-Ming University

Founded in 1974, National Yang-Ming University, formerly as National Yang-Ming College of Medicine, has been adhering to the school motto of "benevolent mind and art, putting knowledge into practice" while training excellent humane doctors to provide service by solving medical problems in remote and rural areas.

In 1994, we were promoted to "National Yang-Ming University" and became the first medicine-oriented comprehensive university in Taiwan. In the future, we will further develop the field of biomedicine that has won international attention and thus begin about a new era in education and research at the top international level.  To learn more click here.  

Taipei Medical University

Taipei Medical University (TMU), formerly known as Taipei Medical College (TMC), was founded on June 1, 1960. TMU has 10 colleges,14 undergraduate schools and 23 graduate institutes as well as five affiliated hospitals - TMU Hospital, Wan Fang Hospital, Shuang Ho Hospital TMU, Taipei Cancer Center and Lihuili Eastern Hospital Taipei Medical University Ningbo Medical Center; with approximately 3,000 beds. TMU is one of the largest health care systems and offers top-quality teaching, research and clinical services in theTaipei metropolitan area. We work continuously to improve the quality of teaching, research and clinical services with the goal of becoming a fully internationalized university that ranks in the top tier worldwide.  To learn more click here.

Tamkang University

Founded in 1950, Tamkang University is the oldest private university in Taiwan. It has gone through a series of carefully-planned stages, an incessant progress and innovative breakthroughs to become an internationally recognized comprehensive university. Renowned for its active research activities and academic excellence, the University now consists of 4 campuses, 11 colleges, 17 doctoral programs, 50 graduate programs and 50 departments, with a total of more than 28,000 students. The Ministry of Education is responsible for ongoing oversight.  To learn more click here.


Asia Institute of Technology

The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is Asia's leading international postgraduate institute focused on advanced technology, engineering, environment and resources, and management studies. AIT's rigorous academic, research and outreach programs taught in English, prepare graduates for professional success and leadership roles.  Founded in 1959, AIT provides the opportunity to study at an Asian institution possessing a world-wide reputation. Many breakthroughs in the application of science, technology, management, and sustainable development have originated at AIT.  At its beautiful green main campus, located just north of Bangkok, Thailand, AIT operates as a self-contained multicultural community where a cosmopolitan approach to living and learning is the rule.  To learn more click here.


United Nations International School Hanoi

UNIS Hanoi s one of only two United Nations international schools in the world. It was the first international schoo established in Vietnam and is the original nternational Baccalaureat World School in Asia. It is a private, non­profit organization founded in 1988 with the support of the United Nations Development Programme in Vietnam (UNDP), NICEF nd the Vietnamese government. UNIS Hanoi is an English language, coeducational, day­school which offers a programme from Discovery (age 3) through Grade 12. The School is accredited by the ouncil of International School, the estern Association of Schools and Collegend the nternational Baccalaureate Organization.  To learn more click here.