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NTNU ranked among world's top 50 for Education

National Taiwan Normal University's Education department has been ranked number 50 worldwide, according to the latest rankings by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). The score indicates NTNU is the top in Taiwan and a leading institution for teacher training in Asia.

NTNU research team develops stair-climbing patrol bot

Researchers at NTNU's Applied Electronics Department have developed a new surveillance robot that can boldly tread where no robot has tread before. The machine, which operates on four caterpillar tracks, can carry out automatic patrols and has no problem overcoming even a steep set of stairs.

NTNU students pass national teaching assessment with flying colors

An impressive 83.77% of NTNU-trained hopefuls passed the Teaching Qualifications Assessment (TQA) for kindergarten to high school levels. That's well above the national average of 59.78%.

Guangzhou officials learn about Taiwan's vocational education programs

Education officials from the city of Guangzhou headed to Taiwan last week to find out more about local vocational training programs. Their first stop last Tuesday was National Taiwan Normal University.

NTNU and Peking U look to work together on promoting tai chi

In recognition of NTNU's effort to promote tai chi, Peking University officials presented NTNU President Chang Kuo-en with a 2.5-meter-tall statue.