Welcome to Fu Jen Catholic University!
Fu Jen Catholic University (FJU, FJCU) Currently the University consists of 11 colleges, 48 departments, offering master’s programs, in-service master's programs, Ph.D programs, and departments in the School of Continuing Education. Fu Jen has more than 25,000 students,and has most fields of study (with top-ranks) in Taiwan’s private universities. In the Sinophone world, Fu Jen is the oldest pontifical university in Taiwan. Accroding to Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings, Fu Jen ranks as the 501+th university worldwide, and 127th in Asia.
The medical college is established in 2000, which is the lastest college in Fu Jen. The establishment of our School of Medicine has allowed the university to become the third comprehensive university in Taiwan to provide medical education. Founded in 2000, the School of Medicine at Fu Jen Catholic University is committed to cultivating future physicians as true professionals with medical knowledge and clinical expertise that complement the core values of Catholic belief : love, compassion, and dedication to others. The School of Medicine adopt the pedagogy, “problem-based learning (PBL),”which not only allowed the School of Medicine to win applause from the Taiwan Medical Accreditation Council, but has also brought a wave of reform in medical education in Taiwan.
The harvest of rice symbolizes peace. 12-star in the middle is the symbol of the Virgin Mary. Words in Latin below represent truth, goodness, beauty, and sanctity.
History Profile: In the 1960's, the late Cardinal Tien ken-Sin built this hospital from the ground up in order to provide the public with improved medical care. As available resources in Taiwan were very limited, Cardinal Tien worked tirelessly to raise funds from charitable organizations in West Germany. On October 22, 1968, the day of dedication, the hospital was named after him in recognition and gratitude for his leadership and selfless giving.
Vision & Mission
1.Our Core values: Love God, Love People and Respect life
2.Our Mission of existence: Transmit God’s love through medical care and health improvement. Establish a role model of Holistic care, promoting love of Christian spirit.
3.Four principles of Holistic Care:
Care for the Whole person—total care for the physical, emotional, psycho social and spiritual needs of our patients
Care for the Whole journey— of life or illness of our patients
Care for the Whole family—We offer community based family care with love & concern
Care from the Whole team—Our teamwork offers quality service for the whole person,throughout the whole process and for whole family
Based on our core value of :"Love God, Love People & Respect Life", we serve everyone with the purpose of spreading God's love though excellence in medical service, health promotion & holistic total care. We have more than a hundred physician specialists and over a thousand paramedical professionals, including nurses, technicans, & administrative personnel on staff to put their learning into practice, promoting the healing science & art in cardiovascular, critical/emergency, internal medicine, surgery obstetrics & gynecology, pediatrics and all the related specialties, plus, adolescent & women's health care, geriatric care etc. to provide comprehensive & high guality medical care for all members of your family.
At the moment we don´t have any research projects for international students
consists of 4-5 personals; including beds, desks, and closets, and a bathroom for each room.(well, the basics~~)
However, there will be no battery charger,adapter, or other daily necessities provided. So it would be better if INCOMINGS can bring these stuff with them when they come to Taiwan, so that there won't be many unnecessary costs when you come to Taiwan, and you will have more time to go sightseeing and relax XDD
About the mattress, we will buy it for you when you come to Taiwan.
Every floor has its own public sanitary&bathroom equipments, as well as self-washing machines and dryers.
Provides 4000 NT as petty cash; 400 for the dormitory is also provided.
There are access controls to the dormitory. Incomings would need the magnetic card provided by the hospital to enter the building.
For more Info: Please feel free to contact us~~
The highest building in Taiwan, and once the tallest in the world!! There are expensive and luxurious stores!!
The Palace of the country, containing all the most precious historical marvels that the country consists!!
Xiaobitan station is the highest station of the Taipei MRT system. Xiaobitan is translated literally into "Little Greenish Lake". There are many hot-pots to eat, and there is a public park. The view is great and the food is delicious!!
Containing all sorts of cusines and Taiwanese traditional snacks!! Also reached better by car.
Wulai (烏來) is a small town in Taipei County, Taiwan, famous for its hot springs and aboriginal culture. The name of the town derives from the Atayal phrase kirofu ulai meaning "hot and poisonous". Don't let this scare you away from this lovely town! Consider going during the week if you can as it is quite crowded on the weekend. Also, in the summer, it might be a few degrees cooler than Taipei, but the elevation is not sufficient to provide real cooling.
MRT to Xindian Station (Xindian line). Take the bus, Bus Number 1601, with destination name 烏來 Wu Lai at the bus stop in front of the station, just behind the Information Counter. The bus journey takes about 40 minutes (longer on weekends) and costs NT$40. If you are using the EasyCard, remember to tap both when you are getting on and getting off. Wulai is the last stop, so you can enjoy the journey without worrying when to get off. A seat on the right side of the bus allows views over the river. Definitely the easiest and fastest way to get to Wulai is simply to take a taxi from Taipei. It only takes 30 minutes from Taipei station and is cheap, don't waste your time taking the bus. If you have 2-4 people it is cheaper than taking the bus. You can negotiate with the taxi drivers.
For more info on Wulai: http://wikitravel.org/en/Wulai
Actually there will be CPs to guide you throughout your journey in Taiwan. But just in case, and for your own reference, here are the transportation need-to-knows that you should know about to get yourself from anywhere to FJU and Cardinal Tein Hospital:
No. 362, Zhongzheng Road, Xindian district, Taipei county 23148, Taiwan, ROC
‧Get off at the Xindian line Qizhang metro stop and transfer to buses No. 644,, green No.15 or use our free shuttle bus service
‧Get off at the Xindian line Dapinglin metro stop and transfer to buses No. 644, green No.13 and green No.15
510 jhongjheng Rd. Sinjhuang City, Taipei County 24205, Taiwan, ROC
LEOs of FJU 2012-2013:
Margaret Ho (Ming Chih Ho): email@example.com
Christine Lin (Wen Ching Lin): firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and Enjoy FJU and Cardinal Tian Hospital!!! We hereby greet YOU with our greatest Welcome!!!'