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2016.0914

Mandarin Teacher from NTNU Went to Russia to Teach Traditional Characters

The Ministry of Education start “The 8-year project of construction and application of Mandarin” in 2009 with an aim that Mandarin teachers can be the pusher of Taiwanese culture. So far, 607 people went to United States, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Paraguay, Mexico and Malawi to teach Mandarin, expanding the world map of Taiwanese Mandarin teaching. This year, 130 people are selected to 15 countries. On September 7th, a press conference was held, inviting teachers that went teaching overseas to share their experience.
2016.0911

NTNU Improved the Most on QS Rankings2016/2017

QS World University Rankings of global higher education for 2016/2017 were announced on September 6th. Among more than 40,000 universities worldwide, the ranking of NTNU has improved for the 7 consecutive years. This year, the ranking has risen to 310, which means an obvious progress. For the past 3 years, NTNU has improved by 175 rankings and we are one of three universities in the world that has such improvement. NTNU is ranked first on the criteria of internationalization, and fourth on the criteria of academic reputation among universities in Taiwan.
2016.0910

NTNU Alumnus Chang Yu An Wins 1st Place at Counduting Competition

The Alumni of Music Department of NTNU, Chang Yu An, won the 1st place of the 7th International Conducting Competition. This is the first world class award of Chang, which helps him pave a path to his career as a conductor. Chang said he didn’t expect to get the award before the competition. “In the future, I would like to attend more contests to gain experience.”
2016.0830

Taiwan ranks No 1 for 10 Years in International Earth Science Olympiad

The Taiwan team, trained by professors of NTNU, had a good showing at the International Earth Science Olympiad hosted in Japan from 20 to 27 August. A total of 26 countries and 100 participants are in this game. The Taiwan team got o four gold and ranked number 1 in the world. Huang Chia Kuan from Taipei Fuhsing Private School personally has the highest ranking, and other three students also ranked within the top 5. Since the beginning of this competition, which was in 2007, Taiwan has stayed top 1 for the 10th consecutive year with 29 gold and 11 silver.
2016.0829

Taiwan Scores 1 Gold and 2 Silver 1 Bronze at 2016 iGeo

Team of Taiwan did well at 2016 iGeo, taking 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze medal and the group ranking is number 5th in the world. The 13th International Geographic Olympiad was held in Beijing from August 16th to 20th. A total of 45 teams, 173 contestants joined the competition. Yao Yung Ruei the gold medalist said that he has been fascinated with maps and globe since little. He know how big the world is through leading geography. All Taiwanese representatives agreed that you need acquire comprehensive knowledge for iGeo, which includes history, biology, earth science as well as logistic thinking, English reading and writing.