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Da-Yeh was founded in March 1990 as an Institute of Technology by Mr. Song-Gen Yeh. To establish a German style polytechnic in Taiwan, the Board hoped to put equal emphasis on theory and practice, integrating different technologies, and inculcating in professionals “the ideas of creativity and quality” through the master/apprenticeship system and cooperation between industry and academia. In the 1990 academic year Da-Yeh Institute of Technology began recruiting students. On July 9,1997, Da-Yeh’s change of status was approved by the Ministry of Education and the University earned its new name- Da-Yeh University. At present it consists of the College of Engineering, the College of Design and Arts, the College of Management, the College of Biotechnology and Bioresources, and the College of Foreign Languages. Da-Yeh’s pursuit of creativity in a myriad of vital areas continues in order to improve the quality of life of students on campus. For instance, the University played a significant role in organizing the First Nationwide College and University Club Fair in 1998, the National Sports Competition in 1998, and the Presidential Conference of Universities in 2001.
Nowadays Da-Yeh has been making major strides in internationalizing the University to improve academic cooperation with other universities, to explore new fields of scholarly studies, and to work in partnership with international counterparts. In addition, Da-Yeh uses VOD in order to construct a learning network system. As a result, both faculty and students are entering a new era when they can develop their intellectual maturity and enhance the prestige of the University at home and abroad. Taiwan’s economic development has entered a new phase. Since faculty and administration firmly believe that improvement in quality of all kinds is based on education, the educational design at the school embodies the concept of equal emphasis on theory and practice and integration of courses at interdisciplinary level. This goal can be realized through the implementation of a master/apprenticeship system and cooperation between industry and academia. This vision motivated Da-Yeh University to integrate the areas of engineering, design and arts, and management, and to set up five research centers, (design and arts research and advanced vehicle technology center, small and medium enterprise incubator center, engineering research and development center, management research and development center).
A university where people pool their intellectual and creative ideas is a leader in modern society. Through its influence on academic spheres a university brightens the future of mankind. Da Yeh school with “equal emphasis on theory and practice” and “interdisciplinary integration” philosophies together with its “master/apprenticeship system” and “industrial-academic cooperation” methods keeps creating new ideas and seeking for excellence in all possible areas. The university will contribute greatly to the national goal of transforming Taiwan into an operation center for the Asia-Pacific Region. In the future Da-Yeh will be a key player in the integration of technological resources in central Taiwan as well as being a top university in the region.
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