Visited NTNU’s Mandarin Training Center

It was very nice to visit Taipei again (on a raining day)…..especially National Taiwan Normal University, which is located in central Taipei that is not too far from where I spent my teenage years. Time flies….Anyway this time I visited NTNU’s College of Management and met with faculty there to talk about possible international collaboration ideas. Hopefully we (SOM at UM-Flint) are able to continue to nurture this relationship and commit more resources in international collaborations!

NTNU campus

In addition to College of Management, I also visited world-renowned “Mandarin  Training Center” at NTNU. This center has many famous alumni including former prime minister of Japan and Australia. They enrolled almost 1,600 students every year and 40% of students come from the U.S. Students take Mandarin language classes on week days and participate in cultural activities when they are free from heavy work load on weekends. Sounds like a perfect place for me to take my next study abroad group!

Pictured with executive secretary of MTC
MTC's student lounge
MTC class

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