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My jobs ends in June and I like the idea of studying in Asia later in the year. I'd like to study business, which kind of keeps my IT career alive but also opens doors to non-English teaching jobs in Asia or at home.
I've got a course in mind that runs in another country, but due to Brexit the costs are quite scary now. Taiwan is so cheap to go and study, but it's really hard to get good information about it. Does anyone know anything about the lesser Universities there? NTU is prestigious but the application process is complex and I don't think it would be the right place for me.
Ming Chuan looks quite a nice place but it's hard to find much out about the place.
I'm looking for a Masters or MBA. I'm not too fussed about the prestige of the place - what will be good for me is having a really good story about work placements, case studies etc. and of course the usual disasters associated with me going to Asia - that stuff just kills it at interviews .
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I think National Chengchi University may still have an English MBA program. But regular MBAs are more for 20 somethings to early 30s at high-end. Perhaps you can see whether or not they have any executive MBA type programs designed more for people mid-career.