Sustainable Achievements
of
NYCU

Joint Dual Doctorate Collaboration between NCTU and Indian Institutes of Technology to Cultivate Transnational High-tech Talent

As part of its long and profound involvement in India, National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) has collaborated with the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) since 2017 to promote the “Wing-Spreading Swan Program.” Following a dual agreement signed between the International College of Semiconductor Technology of NCTU and the IIT,

SDGs:
4
9
17

Intelligent Pest Control System Won Gold Medal in the 2016 iGEM Competition

The cultivation of cross disciplinary talents has resulted in great achievements! The NCTU_Formosa team of National Chiao Tung University combined biology and the Internet of Things to develop an intelligent pest control system. In October, the team participated in the 2016 International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition organized by

SDGs:
9

Tribute to the Indigenous Peoples: Rewriting Hakka Historical Information

August 1st of each year is the National Aboriginal Day. To re-examine the inter-subjectivity of the historical perspectives of the indigenous peoples and the Hakka people, the NCTU College of Hakka Studies launched the “Tribute to the Indigenous Peoples: Take perspective to write the Development History of the Taiwanese

SDGs:
11
16

New Southbound Expansion: First Overseas Special Master’s Program to Cultivate International Semiconductor Talents

In response to the government’s New Southbound Policy, the International College of Semiconductor Technology of National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) introduced an overseas master’s program in Vietnam in collaboration with Hanoi University of Science of Vietnam National University (VNU-HUS). Students were recruited for the first term of the “International College of

SDGs:
4
9
17

Establishing an Internationally Diverse and Friendly Campus

In recent years, National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) has been actively recruiting talented students from various countries by offering joint-degree programs, scholarships, internships, and employment opportunities. In 2019, the number of international students in the university reached 1,783, comprising 13.6% of all students. Of these students—hailing from more than

SDGs:
4
10
17