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2018.0422

NTNU brings you to 5,000 IB Schools in the world

NTNU is proud to receive the first IB certificate for teacher education program in Taiwan. This time, the application of International Education and Mandarin Education were sent and approved. In the future, students may acquire the teaching certificate of IB school directly. It’ beneficial to students in professional skills and career finding.
2018.0422

Alumnus Chang Yu An Becomes Assistant Conductor at Boston Symphony Orchestra

Alumnus Chang Yu An from the Department of Music recently has been selected as the new assistant conductor at Boston symphony orchestra, one of the top five orchestra in the states. He posted on facebook and committed to work diligently to live up to the reputation of Taiwanese conductors.
2018.0421

Chiang Meng Chih Talks at NTNU About Fulfilling Dreams

“Only 3% of the population in the world can pursuit and insist their dream. Other 97% of people may put their dreams aside due to a variety of reason. Do you belong to the 3% or 97%? ”Chiang Meng Chih, an aluma of NTNU living in the states, came back to NTNU on April 9th and shared her story of fulfilling her dream and told students that persistence in the key to success.
2018.0418

NTNU Prof. Jacky Baltes Assist with FIRA in Taiwan

Prof. Jacky Baltes of the Department of Electrical Engineering, also the chairman of Engineering Federation of International RoboSports Association, FIRA, handed out the certificate of membership and flag to the Ministry of Science and Technology and complete the ceremony with Minister Chen Liang Gee, and Director-General of Central Taiwan Science Park Dr. Chen Ming Huang, meaning the FIRA World Cup is now officially started. Faculties of the Department of Electrical Engineering are happy about it.
2018.0415

Pre Service Teachers Went to HKU for Exchange Traineeship

NTNU has been promoting the program of sending pre-service teachers abroad for short-term traineeship since 2014. Until 2017, NTNU has sent 54 pre-service teachers to Japan, Singapore, China, Myanmar and Canada. They can earn valuable experience by visiting other schools, know about the coursed of various countries and how they do it in classrooms, and gain a global vision as well as international mobility.