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National Taichung University of Education

National Taichung University of Education

International Master of Business Administration


Program Level
MS
Language of instruction
Above 90% taught in English
Admission
Fall / Spring

Since established at 1899, National Taichung University of Education (NTCU) has witnessed thesocial and economic development of Taiwan over decades. The core values of NTCU are “refinement, creativity, and new prospect” which act as guiding principles to lead our faculty members to educate ourgraduates to be a “whole person”. Currently, there are four colleges in the university: College of Education, College of Humanities, College of Sciences, and College of Management. In the future, the university plans to incorporate the resources from all four colleges to promote a 5-year program which makes possible of completing a bachelor and a master degree within 5 years. Hopefully, the international undergraduate students with outstanding performance will pursue their advanced study with NTCU.
All of the faculty members in the College of Management received their PhD degrees from well-known universities world-wide, and possess extensive experience in executive teaching and consulting.
Our faculty members are specialized in various fields in order to provide interactive, top-quality and diverse learning experiences to students. It is specifically noted that our IMBA program incorporates tourism and recreation management, cultural creativity operation and management, and higher education management in addition to international business administration.
The core courses of IMBA focus on the economic and business development in the Asia-pacific region, through the comprehensive curriculum design, as well as field trips to visit well-known enterprises domestically and internationally, students will broaden their international scope and reinforce their strategic thinking.

Websitehttp://imba.ntcu.edu.tw/

Contact information


Office of International Affairs