PBL Learning Phase
Complete a full research project, write a research paper to be published, and gain practical skills top employers look for
Research Subjects Setup
At the beginning of the project, the project lead will explain the background knowledge of the project and explain the steps of publishing a paper to the students. Upon gaining a deeper understanding of the topics covered by each track, students are able to select one and eventually join their track's own team.
Week 2 - Week 3
Project Proposal Review
After the PBL team is established, the project lead will guide the students to conduct an in-depth exploration of the selected track and, finally, determine the thesis topic. Students are required to come up with a clear allocation of work and time.
Week 4 - Week 9
Team members will begin to develop papers. The project lead will provide guidance on a weekly basis to clarify students' thoughts, direct their research and answer any relevant questions
Week 10 - Week 12
Research Paper Review and Project Presentation
Each group will present their research and complete the project publication plan.
After the PBL project is completed, the project lead will assist students in polishing and publishing the paper.
Attend PBL Program to Receive
Gain practical skills that top employers are looking for
Referrals and Recommendations
Receive recommendation letters to pursue career and academic advancement
Complete a research paper based on the research with the opportunity to be published