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2016.1110

NTNU signed MOU with the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

The National Taiwan Normal University School of Art received an invitation from the College of Art and Design of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. From October 17th to 25th, 105th, both schools organized Taipei-Basel Week together, which is Taipei Basel Design Exchange Exhibition. A school-level MOU and student exchange agreement were signed.
2016.1031

Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City Paid Visit to NTNU

Vice President Prof. Anh Duc DUONG from Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City paid a visit to NTNU with the accompany of Chen Kuo-Chen from Department of Internaional and Corss-strait Education and her assistant. Vice President Wu greeted the guests and both sides discussed about future cooperation.
2016.0927

The Opening of the Office of Global Mandarin Education

The Office of Global Mandarin Education, founded in March this year, was opened September 20th .Director-General of the Department of International and. Cross-strait Education, Yang Ming Ling and the Principal Investigator, President Chang hosted the opening ceremony together. Many people from departments of Chinese Teaching, related fields and groups all attended the event. The first advisory committee was held right after the ceremony.
2016.0926

The Opening of the Head Office of NTU System

National Taiwan University, National Taiwan Normal University and National Taiwan University of Science and Technology started the NTU System, which was approved by the Minister of Education in March 2016. President Yang, Pan Chyr was the first president of NTU system and Vice President Chang Ching Ray will be the first CEO. On September 12th, the opening ceremony of the head office was held in NTU.
2016.0911

NTNU Improved the Most on QS Rankings2016/2017

QS World University Rankings of global higher education for 2016/2017 were announced on September 6th. Among more than 40,000 universities worldwide, the ranking of NTNU has improved for the 7 consecutive years. This year, the ranking has risen to 310, which means an obvious progress. For the past 3 years, NTNU has improved by 175 rankings and we are one of three universities in the world that has such improvement. NTNU is ranked first on the criteria of internationalization, and fourth on the criteria of academic reputation among universities in Taiwan.