Facts and Figures
Year of establishment: 2007
Faculty: 1 PhD, 25 Masters, 14 Bachelors
Within the common trend of regional and international integration, English has assumed an ever more important role in a multilingual and multicultural working environment. The Technical English program delivered by FFL aims to provide the labor market with white collar workers, knowledgeable about ESP and able to work in industrial parks, export-processing zones, companies, factories and plants, as well as for foreign offices, international and non-governmental organizations, where English is required.
FFL actively engages in compiling and adapting ESP textbooks to suit the student's requirements, as well as the University's and employers' expectations; FFL has been seeking assistance from domestic counterparts as well as support in information and teaching materials from universities in English-speaking countries, gradually expanding cooperation relationships and raising the teaching and learning quality; FFL is getting ready to offer new programs in Japanese, Korean and Chinese to meet the ever-increasing needs in these languages.