The cooperation of NTNU and Chiba University has now officially started. Students and faculty came to NTNU for a 2-week visit on March 5th. Four pre-service teachers from NTNU will go to Chiba University on May 14th to 26th.
Taiwan received 4 Gold medal, 1 silver, 5 bronze and 27 honorable mentions at the 44th World Skills Competition. The gold medalists were trained by professors of NTNU and NTUST. The professors also served as the judge and expert at the 44th World Skills Competition.
Chen Min Heng from the Department of Industrial Education won the gold medal in automobile technology and Best of Nation in WorldSkills Competition, also known as tradie Olympics. This is the second Gold medal of Taiwan since 1997. In addition, Chen also received the Gold medal of Best of Nation and this is the best total score in different categories of Taiwan since 1970.
Times Higher Education has announced the latest World University Rankings 2018 by subject: education. National Taiwan Normal University is ranked 22nd in the world and 3rd in Asia. This is another ranking, after QS Rankings by Subject announced this March, revels that NTNU is at a leading position in education.