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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.

Updated COVID Prevention Measures

NTNU Pandemic Safety Measures Announcement Updated COVID Prevention Measures(Feb. 16, 2023)

NTNU Strives for Cross-Cultural Exchange and Internationalization at Home

In the ranking of universities wordwide, the proportion of overseas students is one of the most important criteria in measuring the internationalization of universities. National Taiwan Normal University is ranked first in Taiwan in THE 2022 World University Rankings by international outlook. When facing global competition and the challenge of fewer students due to lower birth rate, only a complete international administrative support system can lay a cornerstone for talent recruitment, education for our university and Taiwan.

NTNU Ranked 3rd in Taiwan in QS World University Rankings: Sustainability 2023

On October 26, Quacquarelli Symonds announced the QS World University Rankings: Sustainability 2023, the first rankings focused on social and environmental sustainability performance in higher education institutions. NTNU is ranked 3rd in Taiwan and around 50th globally in Sustainable Institutions and 100th in education influence. President Wu Cheng Chih says that the resources of the university are given by the community and we should contribute ourselves to the community. In addition to pursuing the sustainable development of school affairs, National Taiwan Normal University also combines the power of the community, government and NGOs to jointly promote global sustainable development. The fruitful results have been recognized by the international community.

NTNU strengthens education cooperation with University of Maryland and other US partners

National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and the University of Maryland (UMD) jointly signed a cooperative agreement on Wednesday to establish a Taiwan Huayu BEST Program partnership between the two universities, an endeavor that will expand educational and language exchanges and resources for both sides. The agreement was signed by President Darryll J. Pines of UMD and President Cheng-Chih Wu of NTNU during an official ceremony. Deputy Representative Robin J. C. Cheng of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States served as witness to the signing.