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The Center for International Indigenous Affairs（CIIA）is the hub for almost everything indigenous international affairs at College of Indigenous Studies, National Dong Hwa University. Founded in August 2014, it provides opportunities for students and staffs to cultivate their global perspective in a variety of ways, ranging from exchange programs to participation in international projects.
CIIA visions are to promote international indigenous research collaboration, raise student awareness on indigenous issues across the world, and engender vibrant exchanges of indigenous academic, education and cultural affairs. The responsibility of CIIA is as follows:
- Design or implement international exchanges on indigenous academic, educational and cultural affairs.
- Investigate in policies and strategies for international affairs of CIS.
- Establish program and evaluation for international student recruitment, guidance and scholarship for NDHU.
- Facilitate the promotion of NDHU international exchange programs.
With CIIA, domestic and international students have a home for engaging their international indigenous interests and learning from peers and top scholars who hail from all over the world.