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Doshisha University called on NTNU

The President of Doshisha University Koji Murata and some administrators came to visit NTNU on September 11st and President Chang Kuo-en welcomed them in person. As more and more Japanese are interested in learning Chinese, it’s possible that more Japanese students would come to NTNU. 

Doshisha University is one of the 13 universities on the list of the Ministry of Education to promote internationalization. The two university became sister school in 2008 and student exchange programs has started. In the past 6 years, there were 23 students involved in the exchange program. 

In mid-January 2015, president Chang Kuo-en, Vice President Cheng Chih-fu, Dean of the Office of International Affairs, Frank Y-H Ying, Dean of the Office of Student Affairs, Shao-Hsi Chang and members of the Mandarin Training Center called on sister schools in Kansai region, including Osaka University, Ritsumeikan University and Doshisha University.

When it comes to academic exchange, the Doshisha University Social Work Department and the Department of Special Education of NTNU are in the same field of study, both sides agreed to engage in further cooperation.