From Our Alumni

LAI, YUE-YI, graduate of master’s and doctoral programs, employee of national research institute

Because we are not graduates of NTU, NTHU, NCTU, or NCKU, we have few advantages over the students in these schools. As our school is still young, we do not have a big alumni network to give preference to us. But even in such a competitive society today, graduating from NTU, NTHU, NCTU, or NCKU doesn’t mean anything either. We know we need to work harder to earn ourselves more opportunities. The department gave us very solid training on professional skills that we can use to compete with others (e.g. programming, algorithm development), and the teachers’ strictness also lets us impress others in the job market easily (e.g. preparing reports and presentation slides). Best of all, the campus is so huge that we are at least physically stronger than those who graduate from average universities in Western Taiwan (This is very important –we could avoid dying from “Karoshi” caused by overwork….)!

CHEN, ZHI-RONG, graduate of undergraduate and master’s programs, employee of a famous domestic mobile company

As for my experience studying in Dong Hua University, I benefited a lot from the solid training that the teachers gave us. Compared with my peers in the company, my reports or articles are more well-organized and show critical thinking. In terms of professional skills, the most important thing is the ability to find the answers. Technologies are always changing and progressing, it is not easy to find what is suitable and applicable.

LI, LUO-WEI, graduate of undergraduate and master’s programs, employee of a famous domestic game company

The department’s in-depth multimedia courses helped me build up my professional skills both theoretically and practically. I am able to analyze the situation when facing a problem, and find the solution quickly. Furthermore, I can acquaint myself fast with new technologies. If you plan to pursue your career in the information industry, here is a good start to your success.

SHI, HE-JIE, graduate of undergraduate and master’s programs, employee of a famous domestic game company

SHI, HE-JIE, graduate of undergraduate and master’s programs, employee of a famous domestic game company

HUANG, BO-WEN, graduate of undergraduate and master’s programs, employee of a domestic game company

My abilities developed through class exercises and projects enable to me to cope with the problems I encounter in the workplace, and the solid basic knowledge also greatly helps shorten my learning curve when facing different development contexts and programming languages. I also benefited a lot from the teamwork experiences and learned the principles of getting along with people.

CHEN, CHANG-MING, graduate of master’s program, employee of a famous domestic game company

After graduating from Dong Hwa’s CSIE, I was able to enter the field of 3D gaming. I learned the fundamental programming knowledge on speech recognition, image processing, and image pattern identification, which allowed me to participate in the development of 3D games when I returned to my position.

WU, ZHANG-XING, graduate of master’s program, employee of national research institute

The department CSIE helped me: 1. Develop professional abilities through in-class lectures and hands-on practice. 2. Build up teamwork abilities and interpersonal understanding through attending competitions and group discussions. 3. Learn how to conduct myself to accomplish tasks.

HU, SHI-JIE, graduate of master’s program, employee of a domestic game company

The environment and interaction between faculty and students are very supportive. The learning atmosphere among graduate and undergraduate students is vigorous. You can learn so much about the latest research and projects in your daily school life. Also, the solid project study really helps me deal with the challenges in workplace.

LU, JIA-CHENG, graduate of executive master’s program, employee of a domestic company

The CSIE department of National Dong Hwa University provides a great improvement opportunity for those who work in the field of Information in Eastern Taiwan. The excellent faculty members help cultivate talents for enterprises and increase students’ competency.

CHANG, SHU-WEI, graduate of undergraduate program, employee of a famous technology company

Because technologies are always changing, you probably will not learn about the hottest technologies while in school. What NDHU’s CSIE teaches you is how to use the correct attitude to find the correct solution when you face technical problems. Here, they give you the fishing rod and teach you the skills, not just give you the fish that you can buy anywhere in the market!

LU, JING-LAN, undergraduate exchange student from Mainland China

As an exchange student, I learned a lot during the one semester I stayed here. Learning the theories completed my knowledge on multimedia; the in-class exercises and experiments refined my pragmatic abilities; the interactions with teachers and classmates broadened my horizon and understanding of the whole industry. All these experiences became my advantages that helped me entering my ideal graduate school.

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