Taiwan Alumni Association

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UAL Alumni Association

Based in Taipei, UAL’s Taiwan Alumni Group provides opportunities for students and graduates to meet, network, be creative and have fun.

In 2012 UAL’s Vice-Chancellor, Nigel Carrington, and UAL Pro Vice-Chancellor, Chris Wainwright, had the privilege of hosting a special event in Taiwan in order to meet the group.

View photos from the event.

An offical launch of the Taiwan Alumni Association then took place in 2015

View photos via our Facebook page.

Meet the group’s contact point

Ian Hsieh (CSM, BA (Hons) Fine Art & MA Fine Art):

Former president of the Taiwanese Student Society, Ian has always loved to draw and from an early age realised that art was the thing that motivated him the most. Ian organises many interesting activities for the group to participate in and is keen to get you involved in the future of the group.

When I first arrived in the UK, there were so many people who helped me settle in and share their valuable experiences with me. That's why I wanted to become the head of the Taiwanese student association at UAL and now the UAL Taiwanese alumni network. It's very rewarding to share happiness and fun! 

Find out more about Ian through our blog

To get involved and to find out more, join the Taiwan Alumni Group on Facebook or send Ian an email at ualtaiwanalumni@gmail.com

Recent Taiwan activity

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2015 event hosts, Ian Hsieh with UAL's Professor Chris Wainwright and Caroline Archer
Chris Wainwright

University of the Arts London was delighted to officially launch the UAL Taiwan Alumni Association in November 2015, by hosting a reception at the prestigious Museum of Modern Art, Taipei (MOCA). Kindly sponsored by Lih-Pao Cultural Arts Foundation, this exciting event welcomed all local alumni to discuss ideas for future activities, meet old and new friends, be updated on recent UAL news and be introduced to the UAL Taiwan Alumni Association President, Ian Hsieh (CSM, BA (Hons) & MA Fine Art). Find out more and see photos via our blog.

Members of the Taiwan Alumni Committee recently attending the first official meeting
Taiwan Alumni Committee