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2015.0918

NTNU reached 376 in QS Ranking

QS World University Rankings of global higher education for 2015/2016 were announced on September 15th. Among more than 40,000 universities worldwide, the ranking of NTNU has improved. In 2013, NTNU was ranked 485 in 2013, 416 in 2014 and this year 376. Among universities in Taiwan, NTNU is ranked second on the criteria of internationalisation, and fourth on the criteria of academic reputation. It’s needless to say that the world has recognized the research quality and internationalization of NTNU. The new rankings show that National Taiwan Normal University has truly become a comprehensive university.
2015.0424

NTNU and Tokyo University of the Arts Sign Academic Exchange Agreement

NTNU College of Arts and Tokyo University of the Arts’ College of Fine Arts signed an academic exchange agreement on April 24th. Through mutual cooperation, the two schools hope to promote the development of the arts in East Asia and broaden the perspectives of students and faculty by offering them more resources.
2015.0416

Leiden University Visits in Hopes of Enhancing Exchange

NTNU and Leiden University in the Netherlands have been cooperating for a number of years. On April 16th, Leiden University’s president, Carel J.J.M. Stolker, and vice president, H.W. te Beest, paid a visit to NTNU. After talks with NTNU President Kuo-en Chang, Stolker and te Beest toured the entire NTNU campus on Heping E. Road.
2015.0313

2015 Plus Academy Summer+ Programs open to you!

This summer, National Taiwan University and National Taiwan Normal University jointly hold 2015 Plus Academy Summer+ Programs. Plus Academy Summer+ programs enable students from all over the world to gain first-hand experience, college credits, and cultural exploration – all within an international setting based on academic and personal growth.
2015.0312

Learning from the University of British Columbia’s Example of Excellence in Academic Administration

On March 10th NTNU invited Anna Kindler, a professor at NTNU’s sister university the University of British Columbia (UBC), to lead a forum discussing school operations and share how committees operate at UBC. It is hoped that her guidance can help NTNU to further enhance the quality of academic administration.