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NTNU Connects with Alumni and Partners in Canada and the US

As Fall 2024 drew to a close at National Taiwan Normal University, NTNU President Cheng-Chih Wu led an eight-person delegation comprised of the University’s top administrators to Canada and the United States. During 14-22 January, the delegation set out to visit overseas NTNU alumni as well as deepen relations and share about best practices in student care with NTNU’s partner institutions in the region. By the end of the week-long trip, the delegates were able to fulfill their desired objectives and conducted meaningful engagements at the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and Purdue University.

NTNU Signs Academic Cooperation MOU with MSU and UPI

The College of Education and the College of Science of our university have signed college-level Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with the College of Education at Mahasarakham University(MSU) in Thailand and the College of Educational Sciences at the Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia(UPI) in Indonesia to promote mutual academic exchanges.

NTNU Visits Six German Universities, Solidifies International Presence

National Taiwan Normal University President Cheng-Chih Wu led a four-member delegation on a visit to Germany from 4-15 July, meeting with six of Germany's top institutions, including Ruhr University Bochum, Georg-August-University Göttingen, University of Münster, Goethe University Frankfurt, and Free University Berlin which are all partner institutions with NTNU. Meanwhile, the NTNU delegation has reached a memorandum of understanding for university-wide cooperation with Technical University Darmstadt.

Universities of NTU System Visit Korea, Extend Welcome to Northeast Asia

Since 2022, National Taiwan Normal University, National Taiwan University, and National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (aka Taiwan Tech), have been conducting academic exchanges and organizing educational exhibitions in Southeast Asia through their alliance within the National Taiwan University System and producing excellent results. In order to promote Taiwan's higher education and expand its international visibility, the three universities carried out this cooperation model again this June with representatives from each school jointly holding admissions briefings and participating in the Incheon Education Fair in Korea. The three universities of the NTU System hope to attract more Korean students to study in Taiwan.

U.S. Educators and NTNU Professors Exchange Bilingual Education Experiences During Visit to NTNU

To increase and strengthen educational cooperation and exchanges between the United States and Taiwan, education leaders from various U.S. State Departments of Education visited National Taiwan Normal University on 5 June, coinciding with NTNU’s 101st school anniversary. The US educators shared their experiences in language education and discussed with NTNU representatives on how to create immersive bilingual learning environments within the school system.