Pittsburgh State University students will be able to complete two years of a four-year degree in Taiwan through a partnership with the Nan Kai Institute of Technology. The program also will allow students from Taiwan to complete half of their education at Pittsburgh State. Graduates will receive a degree from each school. Tom Bryant, president of Pittsburgh State, and Wang Kai-ming (王開明), Nan Kai Institute president, signed the agreement earlier this week. The program will initially be offered for automotive technology degrees.
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Taiwan Quick Take: Partnership announced
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