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Pre Service Students Go to Chiba Uni for Practicum

In 2017, NTNU signed an MOU on the practicum of pre-service teachers with Chiba University and 8 students were sent to Chiba University for a two-week practicum, receiving great results. The exchange continues in 2018, 5 pre-service teachers from Chiba University came to NTNU in March and stayed two weeks.

GF-EMBA Connects with Top Universities in the World

To learn from the best, NTNU works hard on connecting with prestigeous universities around the world. After the successful meeting with Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), Parsons School and College of Performing Arts, Pratt Institute, Steinhardt School, NYU, now we are making new attempts. CEO Hsia Hsueh Li and 8 graduate students, who paid on their own expense, went to Europe on May 28th for a meeting with ESSEC Business School and SDA Bocconi School of Management.

Conference of Sport, Leisure and Hospitality Management for Future Talents

The International Conference of Sport, Leisure and Hospitality Management was held on May 19th in NTNU. The topic this year is Global Talent Cultivation-Practice and Innovation. A large number of guests from home and abroad in the production, government, and academic circles to participate in the grand event, hoping to promote the academic exchanges between domestic sports and leisure and hospitality management.

Lin Ying Shin Takes the First Gold of Air Rifle for Taiwan in World Cup

Lin Ying Shin, a student of the Department of Athletic Performance, attended the final round of the ISSF World Cup in Munich, Germany and grabbed gold in the women's 10 meter air rifle. She is the first female athlete that won a gold in the 10m air rifle category of the ISSF World Cup.

NTNU Grabbed 46 Gold, 40 Silver, 45 Bronze at 2018 National Intercollegiate Athletic Games

2018 National Intercollegiate Athletic Games, held at National Central University, came to a closure on May 2nd. Athletes from NTNU have taken back 46 Gold, 40 Silver and 45 Bronze, which meet the expected goal of 40 Gold and gained a better result, compared to last year of 41 Gold, 47 Silver and 34 Bronze. NTNU is ranked the third for the number of medals won. Seven athletes in three categories have broken the record, which is impressive and outstanding.