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Universities in New Zealand Called On NTNU For Academic Exchange
Several universities from New Zealand were invited by Ministry of Education to call on NTNU on May 22nd for academic exchange. NTNU Principal Chang Kuo-en indicated that NTNU expected through the NTNU introduction film and some international exchange programs planned by Office of International Affairs and Mandarin Teaching Center, there would be further cooperation with universities in New Zealand in the future.
The guest list included Principals from Victoria University of Wellington, Auckland University of Technology, and The University of Waikato. Vice principal from Otago University, delegate from University of Auckland, and the CEO of Universities New Zealand Association. NTNU Principal Chang Kuo-en, vice principal Cheng Chi-fu, Lin Tung-tai, director and vice director of Office of International Affairs Chen Chiu-lan and Liang Yi-ping, and director of Mandarin Teaching Center Chen Hao-jan greeted the guests hospitably.
Principal of Victoria University of Wellington Professor Pat Walsh indicated that both Taiwan and New Zealand governments had expected the academic exchange for years. In recent years, there were more and more cooperation between both schools. The visit was mainly to reach the agreement and build the path to education. After the short presentation, both schools raised questions and discussed on the future issues.