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ONG WEYEN (王幃瑄) (Second from right) went to Taroko Gorge(太魯閣峽谷) with friends. (Photo: ONG WEYEN)(Open new window)
【By Yi Chen Lin(林奕辰)】
NCCU is leading Taiwan’s push for the globalization of its higher education sector, and today walking around the campus you can hear conversation in languages from all around the world.
NCCU signed letters of intent with Japan’s Tsukuba University (middle) and Brazil’s Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) University (left)(Image provided by OIC)(Open new window)
【Office of International Cooperation】
To promote the cultivation of global talent, on October 2, NCCU signed letters of intent to jointly develop cross-disciplinary courses along with double and triple-degree programs with Japan’s Tsukuba University and Brazil’s Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) University.
Overseas Study Week(Open new window)
【By Secretariat and Office of Academic Affairs】
This year’s Study Abroad Fair kicked off October 15 th at NCCU’s Siwei Hall. With over 50 schools from 16 countries in attendance, local and foreign students took advantage of the opportunity to meet with school representatives and learn about study abroad opportunities.
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics(Open new window)
【By Abby Hou(侯瑞涵)】
After 40 years of educational reform in China, the annual college acceptance rate exceeds 80%. While this figure suggests that China has achieved near-universal tertiary education, entrance to prestigious institutions is still fiercely competitive.
NCCU President Kuo signed a memorandum of cooperation with Michael Hengartner, President of the University of Zurich to promote collaboration between the two universities.(Open new window)
【By Office of International Cooperation】
To further deepen international exchange in higher education, on October 9, NCCU President Kuo signed a memorandum of cooperation with Michael Hengartner, President of the University of Zurich to promote collaboration between the two universities.

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