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NTNU Expands Exchange Programs in Europe

With an impressive network of 112 sister schools, NTNU has forged significant ties, especially in France, which now boasts the second-largest number of NTNU's partner institutions in Europe after Germany. Partnerships with nine French universities provide over 20 exchange opportunities each semester.

VNU-USSH Delegation Visits NTNU to Strengthen Academic Cooperation

Delegation from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University-Hanoi (VNU-USSH) visited National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) to discuss the renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding for Academic Cooperation and explore future academic collaboration opportunities.

Famed Nature Writers inspire at Literature Forum

On May 11, the NTNU Humanities Festival and the Association for Taiwan Literature cohosted the “Toward World Literature” forum, featuring internationally renowned and award-winning nature writers Ming-Yi Wu from Taiwan and Richard Kerridge from the UK. Co-hosted by NTNU Professors Wen-Wei Shiu and Hannes Bergthaller, the literary exchange highlighted the craft of writing about nature and provided a platform for international dialogue.

Purdue University and NTNU Strengthen Connections in the Humanities

A delegation fromPurdue University's College of Liberal Arts (CLA) met with counterparts at NTNU from May 16 to 17, in a series of meetings to explore future faculty collaboration.

From Soba to Solar Panels: Symposium Highlights Global Innovations in Leisure and Hospitality

Annual International Symposium on Sports, Leisure, and Hospitality Management with theme of "Innovation at the Intersection: Reshaping the Future of Sport, Leisure, and Hospitality," featured international keynote speakers from Japan, the United States, Singapore, Thailand, and New Zealand, with papers presented by 80 researchers and 400 participants.