The Taiwan Assessment and Evaluation Association (TWAEA) built an interagency Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Mongolian National Council for Education Accreditation (MNCEA) on March 28, 2023 through an online ceremony. This MoU presents the consensus of both parties on strengthening the development of quality assurance and marks a new chapter on the international relations of TWAEA.

The online MoU signing ceremony was represented by Dr. Chi-Yeh Yung, Chairman of TWAEA, and Dr. Ariunbold Jaaljav, Deputy Chair of the Governing Board of MNCEA. TWAEA and MNCEA are both devoted to promote international visibility and enriching the implementation results of various projects. This MoU signing is extremely meaningful for both agencies to gain more versatile collaborators and facilitate a well-established relationship.

TWAEA is always committed to forming partnerships and actively creating new collaboration opportunities for international partners. Starting from 2023, MNCEA has jointly participated in the “International Survey Project on Students’ Learning Outcomes and Satisfaction in Higher Education,” which was first launched by TWAEA among Taiwan, Japan and Thailand since 2018. With the signing of MoU, we shall achieve mutual goals and expectations all together by maximizing our respective strengths and supporting each other.

TWAEA has worked hard to promote the professional knowledge and skill related to accreditation and also the provision of accreditation services. To enhance the quality in higher education is always the mission of TWAEA. In recent years, TWAEA not only has started to join the members of the international accreditation organizations, but also worked closely with professional associations in Japan, Thailand, Europe, Russia, New Zealand, Croatia, Hong Kong and Macau for further cooperation.