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International Cultural English Camp--Introduction Ceremony

The introduction ceremony of the 2007 “International Cultural English Camp” was held at NTNU this morning, and there were 90 attendants in total. The majority of the attendants are undergraduate students from different colleges in Taiwan, and the others are from Korea, Thailand, Macau and New Zealand. In the speech delivered in the ceremony, Prof. Kun-Liang Chuang, Dean of the English Department, NTNU, congratulated the attendants because the camp is a great place for young people to practice their English, make friends, have some inkling of different cultures, and broaden international horizons.

Enterprises, Government and Schools Cooperate to Start Digital Content Talents Cultivation Plan

As an important industry in “Challenge 2008: National Development Plan”, digital content industry still lacks of talents seriously. The Association of Ten Outstanding Youths (short for Shih-Chieh Association) Electees thus initiates “Digital Content Talents Cultivation Plan” and actively constitutes a program of “Executive Master of Digital Content Creativity, Research and Development”, which gives courses from this September.

Welcome to NTNU

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NTNU Reached 22nd in New QS Subject Ranking

QS World University Rankings of global higher education for 2015 were announced on April 29th. NTNU is now ranked 22nd in the world in the subject of education, moving up 20 places compared to last year’s ranking. Thus, NTNU is now ranked higher than any other Chinese speaking normal university. Moreover, NTNU has now entered the rankings in a total of seven subjects, three more than last year. The newly ranked subjects include electrical engineering, information science and chemistry. The new rankings show that NTNU has truly become a comprehensive university.