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Announcements for COVID-19 Pandemic Class Guideline Updates

Announcements for COVID-19 Pandemic Class Guideline Updates(May 3, 2022) Starting May 4th, please refer to the website of the Office of Academic Affairs for all class and academic affairs related pandemic announcements.

Raising awareness on COVID-19 prevention

The COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly. The school continues to follow the latest guidelines announced by the CECC, Ministry of Education and Taipei and New Taipei City Government to implement campus prevention measures. Below is a list of response procedures as a reference for all NTNUers.

Important Announcement: NTNU will resume in-person instruction starting April 18th, 2022

In accordance with Ministry of Education announcement on April 13, 2022, regulations on class suspension have been relaxed and the university will return to in-person instruction from April 18th, 2022. All faculty members and students should follow the following guidelines:

“Career Exploration in English”:Promoting Academic-Industry Communication and Broadening Students’ Horizons

To build a bilingual university, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) established the Office of Bilingual Education (OBE) in 2021 and started to promote EMI(English Medium Instruction)courses this semester to enhance student’s English proficiency and international competitiveness. On 18 March, one of the EMI courses, “Career Exploration in English,” invited Patrick Hafenstein, the Commissioner of Trade and Investment Queensland Office (TIQ) in Taiwan to share business trade and investment relationships between Taiwan and Australia.

Education in NTNU ranked 26th in QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022

Quacquarelli Symonds has announced the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022 on April 6th. QS World University Rankings is based on four indicators: academic peer review, employer reputation, citations per faculty and H-index. The first two comes from academic researchers and employers that reflects the quality of school education; the latter two are objective statistics that reflect the quality and quantity of academic research.