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President Ming-Cheng Kuo (Image provided by Office of International Cooperation)(Open new window)
【Silkroad Newsletter】
NCCU is known in Taiwan as the leading center for research and instruction in the humanities and social sciences but, as noted by President Ming-Cheng Kuo (郭明政), it’s crucial to maintain a global vision that extends far beyond Taiwan. NCCU students are not only expected to develop global experience but also to serve as effective ambassadors for Taiwan in the international community.
Another year of success!(Images provided by Office of International Cooperation)(Open new window)
【 Get ready to study abroad!】
One of the precious benefits of being a part of NCCUC is the opportunity to study abroad, approximately 300 students are sent out every year. The partnerships with 141 world-known business schools provide the students with ultimate educational and networking prospects.
NCCU President Kuo (second from left) posed for a photo with related personnel of Lo Chia-lun International Sinology Chair. (Photo: Secretariat)(Open new window)
The first lecture of the NCCU Lo Chia-lun(羅家倫) International Sinology Chair, initiated by NCCU President Ming-Cheng Kuo(郭明政), is scheduled to take place in October, 2019.
Indian student Pooja Kaushik performed traditional dances in the opening gala of ICI summer school. (Photo: Ting Lin)(Open new window)
International College of Innovation (ICI), the tenth college of National Chengchi University (NCCU), inaugurated t h e 2019 Global Governance Summer School (G2S2) this year. The summer school is one of the endeavors of NCCU President Ming-Cheng Kuo(郭明政), who has been actively involved in setting up the school since December last year in the face of globalization trends.
NCCU President Kuo (left) awarded the champion trophy to Beijing Tsinghua University. (Photo: NCCU Griffins)(Open new window)
The first Griffins Cup Invitational (GCI) was held at the Gymnasium of National Chengchi University (NCCU) from August 6th to 10th, 2019. NCCU Griffins, the organizer, invited the teams from Tsinghua University in Beijing, University of Tsukuba in Japan, and Hanyang University in South Korea, along with Taiwan’s National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and National Taiwan University of Arts (NTUA) for the basketball skills competition.

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