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Erasmus+ program for NTNU students to study at EU

Studying abroad is no longer just a dream! Four universities in the European Union, including the Department of Asian Studies, Palacky University in Olomouc, Pärnu College, University of Tartu, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Spain and Uppsala University in Sweden are our partners at the Erasmus program. We encourage students to study in Europe and learn from international peers.

Dr. Tobie Stein Gives Lectures at NTNU

The Art management and marketing forum, hosted by the Graduate Institute of Performing arts of NTNU, was held on November 30th. Dr. Tobie S. Stein, the Director of the graduate program in performing arts management was invited to the forum. Prof. Stein started lecturing for 8 days at NTNU and was welcomed by President Wu and other senior administrators on November 27th.

MOST and NTU System launch the Center for Global Affairs and Science Engagement (GASE)

The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) launched the Center for Global Affairs and Science Engagement (GASE) on November 14, 2018. GASE is a joint initiative between MOST, National Taiwan University (NTU), National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST).

Taiwanese scholar becomes U.S. kinesiology academy fellow

Hung Tsung-min (洪聰敏), a professor in physical education at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), has been selected as an international fellow by the National Academy of Kinesiology in the United States, only the second Taiwanese to receive that honor, NTNU said in a statement released Monday.

NTNU Tops the Ranking in Category of Humanity, Law and Business

This year, NTNU was ranked the first in 50 universities in the category of Humanities, Law and Business in a research done by GV Monthly magazine. When it comes to academic achievement, NTNU has contributed the most research paper written in Chinese among Taiwan universities. On average, one faculty write almost 2.5 paper, which is significantly high compared to others. NTNU works closely with the industry and on average, one teacher contributes 1.2962 million of income by industry-university cooperative project, which is also the top in Taiwan.