The National Changhua University of Education (NCUE) was established in 1971 in Changhua County, Taiwan. The university’s mission is to foster a holistic approach to education that emphasizes comprehensive student development. For decades, NCUE has been dedicated to the cultivation of a balanced program of teacher education, scholarly research, student development, and community service. The university employs a well-organized system for middle school teacher training and is an established contributor to various academic fields, such as education, art, science, technology, engineering, management, social sciences, and physical education.
NCUE’s seven colleges together comprise 21 departments, 43 master programs, and 15 doctoral programs and see an average annual enrollment of approximately 8000 students. Several departments, such as the Department of Guidance and Counseling, the Department of Special Education, the Department of Industrial Education and Technology, and the Department of Finance are the first of their kind in Taiwan. The university also has numerous distinguished research centers, such as the Community Counseling Center, the Special Education Center, the Science Education Center, the Technical and Vocational Education Center, the Environmental Education Center, and the Science and Technology Research Center.
The university is enhancing its e-learning services to further integrate the curricula with digital learning resources. With devoted teachers and staff, NCUE offers students a dynamic and exciting learning and living experience.
Arts and humanities
Social sciences, journalism and library information
Business, administration and law
Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics
Information and communication technologies