14:00- 17:00 @ Classroom 302, 303, 304 of General Course Building, NTU(temporality)
The Delegate Exhibition is the chance for delegates to share their own views and creativity on the topic this year, a chance for the different perspectives to come together.
Delegates will stand by their posters. The delegates will be divided into two groups. During the first half of the exhibition, delegates from one group will be free to move around while those from the other stay by their posters and present their ideas, and during the second half the roles will be reversed. Delegates can listen, comment, and raise questions to the presenters, and are expected to score a number of presentations.
Based on the scores from delegates and a committee of specialists, the top five essays with the highest scores will receive awards and have the opportunity to share their ideas during delegate presentation.
To provide delegates with a platform to share, exchange and gain perspectives from one another as well as training their communication and presentation skills.
Delegates would be able to share their insight without restriction to a specific perspective or theme of the topic.
9:15- 11:30 @ Core Subjects Classroom Building, Rm. 101
On the last day of the symposium after numerous exchanges of ideas, delegates will respectively present the top five essays selected by the delegates as well as a committee of specialists. Each delegate will be given 8 minutes to share their essays and ideas, with no restriction to the format of presentation, nor the tools or methods.
Apart from presentations, outstanding groups of 3 or 4 university students participating in our U++ programs, selected by experts in accounting firms combined with scores they received during the exhibition process, will also have the chance to share their excellent ideas.
To recognize and award the outstanding essays written by the delegates, allowing them to present and share their ideas with greater freedom and less restriction, and also providing a stage for delegations from the U++ program in sharing their points of view.