On 22nd November 2022, MAA and National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) signed a Memorandum of understanding.
NYCU President Chi-Hung Lin believes that NYCU is the most comprehensive, historical and representative institution of higher education in Taiwan, upholding great responsibilities of academic research and education. NYCU includes 19 colleges including the College of Engineering, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Biological Science and Technology, International College of Semiconductor Technology, College of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Management, and College of Medicine. In order to cultivate professional engineering talents, develop new technologies and research patents, and collaborate between industry and academy, NYCU and MAA will jointly implement the internship program and practical training, and integrate the excellent young engineers.
MAA’s Chairman Richard Moh believes in the close bond between MAA and NYCU which has developed over the years. Many of MAA’s employees are alumni of NYCU, and MAA has a longstanding scholarship program with NYCU. In addition, MAA is a leading engineering and consulting service provider in the East and Southeast Asian region focused on the areas of infrastructure, environment, buildings, land resources, and information technology. In recent years, MAA has been a great supporter of sustainable development in engineering design. While improving the quality of projects, MAA is engaged to achieve a balanced development of "Environmental Conservation", "Economic Development" and "Social Justice". Moreover, MAA’s core value includes “Sustainability, Digitalization and Innovation”. Through the industry-academy cooperation, MAA utilizes technology to develop new materials and construction methods, which will enhance the digitalization capabilities and achieve sustainable development of engineering technology, create job opportunities for outstanding students from NYCU, and jointly contribute to engineering development in Taiwan.
MAA's Chairman Richard Moh (Left) and NYCU's President Chi-Hung Lin (Right) sign a MoU