Purdue University Visits NTNU, Deepens Collaborative SpiritPurdue University’s College of Liberal Arts and College of Engineering sent delegates to National Taiwan Normal University on 3 May, meeting with professors from NTNU’s College of Liberal Arts and College of Technology and Engineering to further develop their relationship as partner universities since last December’s official MOU signing.
Inaugural Visit of KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyKTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) visited National Taiwan Normal University for the first time on 24 April. The three-person delegation consisted of Professor Urban Westergren, Director of International Relations for Greater China; Professor Yves Hsieh from the School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health; and Ms. Yingfang He, Assistant to the Vice President for Greater China.
NTNU Delegation of Multiple Colleges Visits Seven Universities in Vietnam for Student RecruitmentAccording to statistics from the Ministry of Education, the number of Vietnamese international students studying in Taiwan has been increasing year by year and ranks first among foreign students in the past three years. As for National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), there were a total of 1,626 international students in 2022 (12% of the total student number), with Vietnamese overseas students ranking third (153 students), following Malaysia and Hong Kong. However, in terms of foreign students (excluding overseas Chinese students) and master's and doctoral students, Vietnamese students rank first in the university. Therefore, Vietnam is a key recruiting country for NTNU.
NTNU Delegation Visits Kyushu to Expand Academic RelationsIn order to expand cooperation and exchanges with Japanese universities, President Cheng-Chi Wu of National Taiwan Normal University led a delegation to Kyushu University and Kumamoto University on 17-20 January 2023. The delegation included Vice President for International Affairs Yi-De Liu and Dean of the Faculty of Science Jein-Shan Chen, Dean of the College of Technology and Engineering Ching-Min Cheng, Professor Cheng-Huang Lin of the Department of Fine Arts, and Professor Hsiang-Lin Liu of the Department of Physics. During the four-day visit, the delegates not only visited the campus and laboratories of the two universities but also met with their presidents, vice presidents for International Affairs, and professors specializing in science and engineering.