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Internalization in NTNU: More Than Exchange

Whether exchange programs or dual degree programs, which have been popular recently, they all start from Taiwan and bring students abroad. However, students who can have the opportunity to be in the program is still a minority. Their experience of learning overseas cannot be extended to other students.

Scholars from Japan Visited the College of Liberal Arts

Associate Professor Hirano Yuichiro from the Graduate School of Life and Environmental Science of University of Tsukuba, Associate Professor Shibasaki Shigemitsu from the Humanities National Museum of Japanese History and Takemoto Taro from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology visited NTNU on February 15th. They visited the College of Liberal Arts under the accompany of Prof. Liaw Shyue Cherng from the Department of Geography, Dean Chen Den Wu and Vice Dean Liao Po Sen welcomed the guests together.

Mapúa Institute of Technology’s first visit of NTNU

On January 9th, Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea from Mapúa Institute of Technology visited NTNU with the accompany of Karen Ku from Manila Economic and Cultural Office. President Chang and Director Yu from OIA received them and welcomed them.

Taiwan Higher Education Leads Southbound Effort

“National Taiwan University System” holds joint “Taiwan- Philippines Academic Exchange Forum” with the Philippine government, followed by a visit to the country’s Department of Science and Technology

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology visited The Special Education Center

The Special Education Center in NTNU has been the lead of special education in Taiwan. Therefore, many people in this field will pay a visit and hope to learn from them. On January 4th, the visit group from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology also came to study for a day with the topic of “Supporting college students that need special education”.