• NCCU’s Blueprint for the Next 5 Years

    NCCU’s Blueprint for the Next 5 Years

    NCCU planned the university development blueprint for the next 5 years and proposed feasible strategies to the National higher education project. President Edward Chow (周行一) pointed out that NCCU aims to contribute to education and society by extending the university-wide project through integration of interdisciplinary research and practice, making a breakthrough in international academic platform and acquiring social influence.

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    Three Tactics to Realize Globalization: NCCU Will Set Up International College Opening 400+ English-Taught Classes.

    NCCU has been contriving to realize globalization. In order to actualize the goal, the school adopts three tactics: to transform into cross-border education, to set up ETP (English-Taught Program) and ETDP (English-Taught Degree Program) in all colleges, and to establish interdisciplinary colleges and International College.

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    With Strong Foundations, Two Interdisciplinary Colleges Will Take Off

    Interdisciplinary education holds its ultimate importance in NCCU’s campus policy. With an eye to actualizing holistic education under the domain of humanities and social science, NCCU will establish two interdisciplinary colleges and the databases. College of Innovation and Entrepreneurship and College of Digital Humanities and Innovation will start student recruitment from the 107th academic year, and more interdisciplinary courses will be offered year by year. Upholding “innovation follows the integration,” NCCU strives to set a distinguished example in interdisciplinary studies.

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    Incomplete Contract and Control: Discussion Between President Chow and Nobel Laureate Economist Oliver Hart

    The 2017 Master Forum took place on October 16, bringing together the influential arrays of speakers-- statesmen, business leaders, scholars and authorities. National Chengchi University (NCCU) President Edward Chow (周行一) was invited to join the panel discussion with Oliver Hart, the 2016 Nobel laureate in economics. The in-depth discussion encompassed both international and domestic issues, such as the presidency of Trump, Taiwan’s contention on tax reform, pay raise on civic servants and referendum.

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    NCCU CSEAS Joins SEASIA as the First University Institute Member in Taiwan

    Under the lead of Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, chairman of the executive committee, NCCU Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) officially joins the Consortium of Southeast Asian Studies in Asia (SEASIA) in 2017. After strict evaluation, the membership application was approved by SEASIA on September 22. It is notable that NCCU CSEAS is the first university institute to be granted SEASIA’s membership in Taiwan.

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    NCCU Freshmen Welcome Week: Over 1,600 freshmen getting ready to start a new chapter

    In the session of “Familiarizing NCCU,” several offices provided new students with abundant information about the school. Campus security, career development, gender equality, exhibition informations, library resources and the school history were all on the guide list. In terms of the “Club Nights,” 17 clubs gave brilliant performances to show the vitality of NCCU. The video filler completely caught freshmens’ eyes, raising their anticipation on Club Exhibition.

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    NCCU Go Beyond Borders: International College Takes Off in a Year

    The fourth forum of the Consensus Conference on School Development discussed plans concerning building international visibility of NCCU. According to Prof. Chun-i Chen(陳純一), the international college will be founded in August 2018 and contribute to NCCU’s globalization. This is to provide professors from different nations a bilingual academic environment and encourage them to stay in Taiwan, said Present Edward Chow(周行一).

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    Flowing Water Nourishing The World: NCCU Innovates With Interdisciplinary Sense

    The 2017 Handover Ceremony of Supervisors of NCCU and the Consensus Conference on School Development were held on August 1. President Edward Chow (周行一) not only emphasized the future directions of teachers, education and resources, but shared the course refinement, multi-learning and interdisciplinary program with chief officers. While Vice-President Chen Shu-heng (陳樹衡) proposed the concept of “The university is flat”, calling on the importance of interdisciplinary learning and expecting NCCU to be like the water nourishing Taiwan as the leadership of the ideas, inspiration of society and the global reach.

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    School Informs Everyone to Stay Alert as Typhoon Nesat Approaches

    In response to the approach of Typhoon Nesat, the NCCU Campus Security called an emergent meeting in the afternoon of July 27 to manage the operation of disaster precaution.