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Remarks by President Wu at the 2023 Commencement Ceremony

Today we celebrate the commencement of the academic year 2022-23. On behalf of National Taiwan Normal University, I am delighted to offer my heartfelt congratulations to all our graduating students and your families and friends. I also want to thank our faculty members for your tireless dedication; your support and encouragement along the way have filled the academic life of our students with the warmest memories.

NTNU College of Management Joins Top 6% Globally with AACSB Accreditation

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) officially announced on 4 May 2023 that the College of Management at National Taiwan Normal University has received accreditation by the Association, representing the international community’s recognition of the College of Management's world-class quality in its operations.

College of Liberal Arts and the University of Melbourne Sign MOU to Promote Academic Exchange

National Taiwan Normal University’s College of Liberal Arts and the University of Melbourne signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 19 April. The two universities will work together to strengthen their respective master's and doctoral programs as well as the fields of translation, aboriginal studies, and Taiwanese literature. Through the MOU, the schools will promote more student exchanges and the establishment of a dual academic system.

Visiting Delegation Led by Kyushu University President Strengthens Strategic Partnership with NTNU

As pandemic restrictions ease, in-person international academic exchanges may resume as before. On 30 March, a delegation from Kyushu University led by President Tatsuro Ishibashi came to National Taiwan Normal University and met with NTNU President Cheng-Chih Wu as well as other faculty members. The two parties held discussions on further academic cooperation and student exchange. Moreover, the guests were able to attend an important music performance and tour five campus landmarks, all the while sharing ideas during the entire experience.

NTNU’s College of Science and College of Technology & Engineering Sign Master Double Degree Agreement with Kyushu University

Following the visit of a National Taiwan Normal University delegation led by President Cheng-Chih Wu to Kyushu University in Japan last January, the two universities’ sisterhood deepens as they signed a Master's Double Degree Agreement on 7 March. The agreement enables NTNU's Master students from the College of Science and the College of Technology & Engineering to apply to study at Kyushu University for one semester (about five months), taking interdisciplinary science and engineering courses worth 20 credits. Upon completion of the NTNU Master's Program, thesis students will be granted Master’s degrees from both universities. The double-degree program is expected to have five open positions each year.