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2018.0511

Foreign Students at NTNU Found Classmates from around the World

According to statics from the Ministry of Education, there are about 118,000 foreign students in the academic year of 2017, which is the highest of recent years. Students from South East Asia had an increase of 5000 this year.
2017.1124

Master of Sport Management Visited NTNU

Dr. David K. Stotlar, Professor Emeritus, University of Northern Colorado, called at NTNU on November 10th. President Chang Kuo En, Vice President Cheng Chih Fu, Vice President of Office of Student Affairs Chang Shao Hsi, Dean of College of Sports and Recreation Chi Li Kang and Chairman Lin Mei Chun of Department of Physical Education all welcomed his visit.
2017.1118

Five MTC Students Win at Foreign Students Chinese Public Speaking Competition

2017 Foreign Students Chinese Public Speaking Competition was held at National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall on November 3rd. Five students from the Mandarin Training Center were selected as representatives. Under the instruction of three senior Chinese teachers at MTC, all of them stood out of 77 contestants and received the second prize, the third prize and three honorable mentions.
2017.1106

NTNU Student Receives Red Dot Design with Sign Language Learning App

Chiang Po Yi, a graduate student from the Department of Design, received the 2017 Red Dot Design with a sign language learning app MGISL. This is his second award related to sign language and the first one was from the International Design Award in 2013. He became a designer by coincidence. According to Chiang, designing is not only for the product but to see the problem and solves it. The reason for him to design the app is that hearing impaired people are misunderstood because of lack of communication. By learning sign language with MGISL, the gap can be shortened.
2017.1005

Viola Masters Nobuko Imai and Koji Otsuki Came to NTNU

Nobuko Imai, a Japanese classical violist with an extensive career as soloist and chamber musician, and Koji Otsuki, a professional in baroque music, came to Taiwan in their busy schedule to give lecture to NTNU students on September 26th.
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