Vincennes University is partnering with two high schools in Taiwan to help students to earn college credit that can be applied toward a VU degree.
The joint program will help students from Taipei Private High School and Wagor International School who wish to pursue an American education.
VU says the custom online cohort, taught by VU faculty, will allow qualifying students to earn college credit.
The university says this is the first time it has worked with educational institutions outside of Indiana.
“We are so excited to be the first university offering concurrent enrollment with high schools in Taiwan, with two outstanding high schools. These new and innovative partnerships build upon the long history of Vincennes University offering accessible, high-quality education and training to generations of students in the U.S. and internationally,” said VU President Chuck Johnson.
The program is being made available to students in the region and not just students attending Wagor or Taibei.