Many people are interested in becoming a Chinese teacher. The Department of Applied Chinese invited Lin Tzu Ching, who was in class 2011, to share with the younger school mates about how she became a professional Chinese teacher.
Prof. Chang Chun Yen of the National Taiwan Normal University Science Education was invited to the International Congress on Education for the 21st Century in Thailand to share about the STEM education in High Scope Program. Scholars are really interested in this topic and raised questions.
The pass away of the internationally known Guitar master Roland Dyens last October is one of the loss in the guitar world. Many memorial workshops and concerts are held around the world in tribute of this great musician. NTNU has invited Roger Eon, one of his classmates, to Taiwan and commemorate Dyens with his fans.
The Spring concert held by the Department of Music has come to an end on April 19th. Frank Brakkee the violist was invited as solo artist. His master class took place at the music hall of NTNU on April 21st.
The percentage of international students of a university is one of the important indicators in the ranking of universities in the world. Times Higher Education has compiled a list of top 200 universities in the world with the highest oversea student rate. The only school in Taiwan on the list is National Normal Taiwan University, ranked 152 with the rate of 23.4%. About 6,000 students from more than 80 countries study at MTC every year, there are also 1,500 oversea Chinese students on campus.