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2022 International Cultural Festival: Showcasing Cultures from Home

On March 15, National Taiwan Normal University’s Sunlight Boulevard was warmly infused with melodies, first of traditional Chinese folk music performed by the Chinese Music Club of National Taiwan Normal University, followed by a medley of Malaysian song classics sung by the Malaysian Student Association of National Taiwan University, and then a spectacular Saman dance with its crisp and rhythmic percussions was presented by Indonesian students from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, marking the opening ceremony of this year’s International Cultural Festival at NTNU.

NTNU provides innovative teaching resources to rural schools

A Taipei university is working with rural schools to deliver lively, innovative education in English and math. In 2021, National Taiwan Normal University offered teaching materials and teacher training to four under-resourced elementary schools in Yunlin County. Let's drop in on a class.

Remarks by NTNU President at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony

It is my pleasure to speak to all of you on behalf of National Taiwan Normal University. I would like to begin by offering my congratulations to all of our graduates. Congratulations on your academic achievements! May you find much happiness and success as you pursue your dreams!

A Virtual Midsummer Night’s Farewell to NTNU International Graduates

When you see the blooming Golden Shower trees, you know the graduation season is coming. Students are counting down their final days at school. Countless memories were made on the campus and the graduates-to-be are seizing their opportunity grasping the last moments as college students.

Let's Flip! Global Village ENG the Class

The Office of International Affairs and Foreign Language Education Division of Common Core Education Committee held a meaningful event for international students to join and interact with local students from April 19 to 30. More than 80 international degree students and students from NTNU Mandarin Training Center participated in over 30 classes, talking about various issues including dining cultures, social issues, personal experiences, the history of the NTNU campus, etc.