University of South Carolina and NTNU Sign Agreement for Dual Degree ProgramsMore than fifty thousand less students are expected to enroll in universities in Taiwan in 2016. In response, NTNU signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina on September 17th to establish joint masters programs in international business and restaurant and hotel management. The programs will recruit students from Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and Taiwan. Courses will be taught in English by professors from both universities. Courses and internships will be offered both in Taiwan and the USA. Students will be able to obtain a masters degree from a Taiwanese and American university.
NTNU Receives QS University Ranking of 411-420QS University Rankings announce the 2014/2015 rankings on September 16th. Among the 40,000 universities worldwide, Nation Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) was ranked between 411 and 420, moving up seventy places compared to last year. With this year's overall improvements in performance, NTNU earned its highest ranking to date. NTNU is ranked second and fifth among universities in Taiwan for the indicators of internationalization and academic reputation, respectively. This shows that NTNU's efforts to enhance the quality of research and promote internationalization have received global recognition.
Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée Visits NTNU to Promote CooperationUniversité Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée (UPEM) President Dr. Gilles Roussel visited NTNU on September 4th. He was received by NTNU Vice President Cheng-chih Wu and Dean of International Affairs Frank Ying. The two sides discussed recent happenings at the two universities and future plans for establishing academic relations and student exchange programs.
Renowned Hosei University Visits NTNU to Promote Student ExchangeA group from Hosei University, led by Executive Director Masato Masuda, visited National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) on the afternoon of July 21st. The group was received by NTNU Vice President Cheng-chih Wu and Dean of International Affairs Frank Ying. The two universities became sister schools in February. During this meeting, the two sides discussed further promotion of student exchange programs.