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Delegates of University of Bordeaux Visit NTNU

President Wu Cheng Chih visited University of Bordeaux this June and signed a MOU of sister school. On November 6th, Vice President for Internationalization Joanne PAGÈZE, Véronique Debord-Lazaro, Director of the International Office visited Taiwan and to strengthen the global mobility of students from both universities.

Gadjah Mada University and College of Liberal Arts Signed Master's Double Degree Program

In recent years, the College of Liberal Arts have been bonding with top higher education institutes in South East Asia. On October 1st, the College of Liberal Arts signed an agreement of dual degree at graduate school level with the Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada from Indonesia.

College of Sports and Recreation Visits Tsukuba University and Nihon University

Dean Chi Li Kang of College of Sports and Recreation lead five professors to the University of Tsukuba on September 30th. The event is about sports and recreation, mainly about Sports Biomechanics, Sports Psychology and Nutrition. Both parties have gave presentations about their expertise, specialized field and hoping that together they can apply for the research project at the Ministry of Science and Technology.

NTNU Signed MOU with Haskins Laboratories from Yale

Due to the establishment of NTNU-Haskins Joint Laboratory of Brain Development and Learning, Academician of Academia Sinica Ovid Tzeng, Prof. Daisy L. Hung, Prof. Kenneth Pugh, the Director of Research at Haskins Laboratories, Vice President of Finance & Administration and Prof. Joseph Cardone, UNESCO Chair on Inclusive Literacy Learning for All, University of Jyväskylä Heikki Lyytinen came to NTNU and had a discussion about future cooperation with President Wu Cheng Chih and Executive Vice President Sung Yao Ting. The MOU was signed and both parties expect that with the establishment of the laboratory, more outstanding scholars can be linked together.

NTNU Plans on English-Taught Courses

NTNU is active in promoting Internationalization in recent years. In addition to connecting with sister schools, we also recruit foreign students to study for degrees. The planning of English-taught courses is the key to internationalization.