NTNU Visits University of Texas at Austin for Deepening Cooperation
The delegation of NTNU led by President Cheng-Chih Wu visited University of Texas at Austin on the morning of August 16th and met with President Jay Hartzell and many senior university officers to deepen the relationship between NTNU and UT-Austin.
The delegation of NTNU visited the University of Texas at Austin. They met with President Jay Hartzell and Chief International Officer Sonia Feigenbaum, they also met with Dean Cockrell School of Engineering Roger Bonnecaze, Dean of the School of Education Charles Martinez, and several professors. President Wu is an alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin and is also the chairman of the alumni association in Taiwan. This time, after his return to the alma mater and the meeting with President Jay Hartzell, it’s expected to see a strengthened partnership in academic and in administration based on our friendly relationship.
The University of Texas at Austin is ranked 47th in THE World University Rankings in 2022. There are currently more than 200 students and visiting scholars from Taiwan, and Taiwan is also one of the top five sources of international students in UT-Austin. In 2018, the university signed a MOU with the Department of Special Education of NTNU. The teachers and students of the two schools have enthusiastically joined exchange programs. Even effected by pandemic in recent years, the teachers and students of the two schools have continued to discuss and interact online and keep on establishing the relationship.