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NTNU President Leads Delegation to visit top universities in Japan

In January of 2015, NTNU President Kuo-en Chang led a delegation, including NTNU Vice-president Chih-fu Cheng, Dean of Student Affairs Shao-hsi Chang, and Dean of International Affairs Frank Ying, as well as staff from the Mandarin Training Center and Office of International Affairs, to the Kansai region of Japan to visit NTNU’s sister universities. The purpose of the visit was to further solidify the foundation for future exchange.

Simon Fraser University Renews Agreement with NTNU to Prolong Partnership

National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and Simon Fraser University (SFU) have continued the sister school partnership. SFU President and other important visitors visited NTNU President Kuo-en Chang on November 18. During the visit, the two schools signed an agreement to prolong the sister school partnership and enable student exchange for a broader global vision.

Representatives of the Secretariat of the Standing Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of Germany Visit NTNU to Share Experience with Mandarin Teaching

With rising interest in Mandarin learning around the world, Mandarin teaching has received great attention in recent years. On the afternoon of October 16th, representatives of the Secretariat of the Standing Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of Germany visited National Taiwan Normal University, accompanied by members of the Department of International and Cross-Strait Education of the Ministry of Education. The German representatives shared experiences with Mandarin teaching. NTNU Vice President Chih-fu Cheng stated that NTNU offers first-rate Mandarin training and attracts exchange students from all over the world every year. Vice President Cheng offered a warm welcome to the representatives.

Akita International University Signs Agreement with NTNU to Stimulate Academic Exchange

Akita International University (AIU) is renowned for promoting its students foreign language capabilities and broadening their international perspectives. AIU President Norihiko Suzuki visited NTNU on October 7th. During the visit, President Suzuki and NTNU President Kuo-en Chang signed an agreement to promote academic exchange.

University of South Carolina and NTNU Sign Agreement for Dual Degree Programs

More than fifty thousand less students are expected to enroll in universities in Taiwan in 2016. In response, NTNU signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina on September 17th to establish joint masters programs in international business and restaurant and hotel management. The programs will recruit students from Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and Taiwan. Courses will be taught in English by professors from both universities. Courses and internships will be offered both in Taiwan and the USA. Students will be able to obtain a masters degree from a Taiwanese and American university.