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NTNU reached 376 in QS Ranking

QS World University Rankings of global higher education for 2015/2016 were announced on September 15th. Among more than 40,000 universities worldwide, the ranking of NTNU has improved. In 2013, NTNU was ranked 485 in 2013, 416 in 2014 and this year 376. Among universities in Taiwan, NTNU is ranked second on the criteria of internationalisation, and fourth on the criteria of academic reputation. It’s needless to say that the world has recognized the research quality and internationalization of NTNU. The new rankings show that National Taiwan Normal University has truly become a comprehensive university.

NTNU Signs Memorandum with Yokohama City University

On September 8th, the Dean of the College of Science Chia Chih-Ta signed a memorandum on academic exchange with Masaru Tahcibana, the Dean of the Graduate School of Nanobioscience from Yokohama City University.

Chinese Taipei Wins European Outdoor Women’s Tug-of-war Gold

Taiwan women's team won gold in international outdoor tug-of-war in the ladies 520 kg open of the 2015 European Tug of War Championship on September 7th. The team is composed of the tug of war team of National Taiwan Normal University and students from Taipei Jingmei Girls Highs School.

NTNU Discloses the Secret of El Niño-Typhoon Relationship

According to previous studies, when El Niño happens, typhoons of the West Pacific will originate from the East whose warmer water can get typhoons started. Also, due to further distance from the land, it’s reasonable that during El Niño, typhoons of larger scales will occur. However, the data shows that during El Niño, the intensity of typhoons is the same as in non- El Niño conditions. Scholars has found the negative process of typhoon during El Niño and disclosed the development of typhoon intensity. The article has been published on the July issue of Nature-Scientific Reports.

National Taiwan Normal University signed an International Cooperation Agreement with University of South Carolina

NTNU welcomed Dr. Kendall Roth, director of the International Business Ph.D. major at Darla Moore School, who is also a representative of University of South Carolina to sign an international Cooperation Agreement for dual diploma MBA program with National Taiwan Normal University on Aug 24th 2015.