In two days from 13-14 October, 2016, the delegation of senior professors from National Central University, Taiwan (NCU) visited and worked with leaders of the University of Danang (UD), and interviewed the potential candidates to grant scholarships.
National Central University was originally founded in Nanjing, China in 1915. NCU had later developed into a renowned academic institution with comprehensive programs and outstanding faculty, enjoying a high reputation equal to that of Peking University. In 1962, the Graduate Institute of Geophysics was founded in Miaoli, Taiwan as the re-establishment of the University. The campus was relocated to Zhongli in 1968, and today it has become a home to more than thirteen thousand students and teachers.
As one of the leading universities in Taiwan, NCU has eight colleges: Liberal Arts, Science, Engineering, Management, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Hakka Studies, and Health Science and Technology, along with several research centers covering cutting-edge disciplines. NCU is also one of the members of the University System of Taiwan (UST), sharing resources with Tsing Hua University, Chiao Tung University, and Yang Ming University.
NCU currently has about 180 partners in North America, Europe, and Asia. The cooperation mainly focuses on student exchange programs and double degree programs to offer our students more opportunities to study abroad.
Prof. Chu Yen-Hsyang - Dean of School of Earth Sciences, NCU, Scientific Research Institute, introduces the training programs of undergraduate and postgraduate level at NCU
Up to now, NCU has nearly 120 Vietnamese students studying in different majors such as engineering (32 students), Earth Sciences (26 students), management (18 students).
NCU representatives interviews the candidates
At the working session on October 14th, the two sides reached mutual consent and determined to sign the Memorandum of cooperation in the near future.
Photo group taking