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Taiwanese Students Grabs Four Gold at 2017 IChO

The Taiwan team, trained by professors of NTNU, had a good showing at the 49th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) 2017 in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. A total of 279 students from 76 countries attended this year. Taiwan is ranked the first in the world with four golden medals. Yeh Yuan Chen from Taichung Municipal Taichung First Senior High School was ranked 2nd in personal world rankings.

College of Liberal Arts Signed MOU with UCLA to Promote Academic Cooperation on Taiwan Languages and Culture

In recent years, NTNU has been working closely with world-class universities. On June 28th, the College of Liberal Arts of NTNU signed a MOU with The University of California, Los Angeles campus, UCLA, focusing on the exchange in linguists, literature and culture of Taiwan. This is a step forward for NTNU.

NARST Came To Taiwan For Abell Institute For The First Time

National Association for Research in Science Teaching, NARST, founded in 1928, is a global association of education based in USA. This year is the first time of them having the Sandra K. Abell Institute for Doctoral Student outside of the states, which was held between June 24th to June 28th .35 phD students and 12 foreign professors and an expert of evaluation came to NTNU.

Australian Study: Taiwan Has the Best Teacher Training Quality

The Ministry of Education said that according to a latest cross-country research, the quality of teacher training in Taiwan, including the selection of pre-service teacher education students, teacher’s assessment, teacher certifications and obtaining teaching positions. Among 17 countries, Taiwan is ranked number one, winning other advanced countries like Canada, Germany, Singapore and the United States.

Hong Kong Baptist University Signed MOU with NTNU

President Roland T. Chin of Hong Kong Baptist University, one of the most prestigious universities in Asia, came to NTNU with 14 administrators and Deputy Director Hsu Ruei Hong of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office. Prof. Chin signed the MOU with President Chang.