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|Title:||The Intercultural Competence Level of University Students in Taiwan|
Steven Chih-Chien Lai
|Abstract:||The primary purposes of this study are to investigate whether the international students in Taiwan and Taiwanese university students vary in their level of intercultural competence, and explored the relationship among students’ background, educational background, previous international experience and intercultural competence level of international students and Taiwanese university students in Taiwan. To fulfill the research purposes, quantitative approach was adopted as the main approach in this study. The questionnaire developed by the researcher based on literature was employed to assess the intercultural competence level of Taiwanese university students and international students in Taiwan. According to the result of this study, the researcher found that more than half of the students with the middle intercultural competence level, and students low intercultural competence level are relatively more than the students with high intercultural competence level. In addition, different groups of gender, academic major, language proficiency, and previous international experience have significant difference on students’ intercultural competences.|
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