National Chengchi University

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National Chengchi University
國立政治大學
National Chengchi University seal
Motto 親愛精誠 (camaraderie)
Established 1927 (as Central Party Affairs School)
1946 (as NCCU)
1954 (relocation to Taiwan)
Type Public
President Dr. Wu Se-hwa
Academic staff 613 (full time)
Undergraduates 9,536
Postgraduates 5,404
Location Taipei City,  Republic of China
Campus Suburban, 1.0076 km²
Affiliations AACSB
EQUIS
APSIA
Website www.nccu.edu.tw (English)
National Chengchi University
Traditional Chinese 國立政治大學
Simplified Chinese 国立政治大学

National Chengchi University (NCCU; Chinese: 國立政治大學; pinyin: Guólì Zhèngzhì Dàxué; literally: "National Political University") is a public university at Muzha, Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. One of the most prestigious universities in Taiwan,[1] NCCU is well known for its concentration on the social sciences, law, commerce, communication, liberal arts and MBA programs.[2]

According to QS Asian University Rankings, NCCU is listed as one of Asia’s Top 40 Universities in Social Sciences & Management (No. 2 in Taiwan), and in Arts & Humanities (No. 2 in Taiwan).[3]

NCCU had close ties to the Kuomintang (KMT), but today imposes no political requirements on its students.

NCCU is also a member university in the Aim for Top University Project of the Ministry of Education (Republic of China).

History[edit]

Former Gate of National Chengchi University in Nanjing

The National Chengchi University was established in 1927 in Nanking as the Kuomintang's Central Party Affairs School. In 1929, it changed its name to Central Political School, after the "Northern Expedition" victory of the Nationalists in mainland China. In 1946, the National Chengchi University was formally founded, signifying the end of the Second Sino-Japanese War. When the Kuomintang lost control of mainland China in 1949, the university's activities were halted. The university opened once again in Taipei in 1954 to meet the growing demands of tertiary education in Taiwan area. At first, it was exclusively for graduates, but in 1955, undergraduate programs were created. In 1964, Yang Bi-li (楊必立) initiated the earliest Chinese MBA education.

Location[edit]

National Chengchi University in Taiwan

NCCU is at the base of Chi-nan Mountain in the south of Taipei City. Apart from the Mu-cha site, NCCU has established two branch campuses in urban Taipei: The Public & Business Administration Education Center on Jing-hua Street and the Institute of International Relations on Wan-shou Road.

Demographics[edit]

There are a total of 15167 students, with 9,052 completing an undergraduate course. The remaining student population includes master students, Ph.D candidates and international students.[4]

There are 635 staff employed, including 280 professors, 203 associate professors, 45 lecturers and 107 assistant professors.

Cooperation Agreements[edit]

NCCU has agreements with 432 colleges, universities, and institutions around the globe.[5]

  • University level: 207
  • College level: 214
  • Research center level: 11

Features[edit]

  • The pioneer of IMBA degree program in Taiwan - College of Commerce (AACSB/EQUIS accredited & 2011 Financial Times World Top 41 Masters in Management)[6]
  • International Programs-IMBA, IMICS, IMAS, IDAS, DIBL, International Summer School.
  • The largest research community in the field of Mainland China Study - most complete library collection and data research system and widest coverage of academic cooperation in Taiwan
  • The largest research institute dedicated to international issues and the only university in Taiwan with Department of Diplomacy
  • More than 600 English courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • A Language Center for Mandarin Learning and Chinese Culture[7]

Global ranking[edit]

By "Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking"[6]

National Chengchi University represents the only Taiwanese University/Business School in this global ranking.

Rank in 2011: 41
Rank in 2010: 47
Rank in 2009: 47

University rankings
Global
QS[8] 601-650
Asia
QS (World version)[9]
QS (Asian version)[10]
116

International Programs[edit]

Rated as the best English learning environment in Taiwan by the Taiwanese Ministry of Education,[11] NCCU provides a series of international programs, all are taught in English:

  • International Master's Program of Business Administration (IMBA)
  • International Master's Program in Asia-Pacific Studies (IMAS)
  • International Doctoral Program in Asia-Pacific Studies (IDAS)
  • International Master's Program in International Communication Studies (IMICS)
  • Doctoral Program in International Business Law (DIBL)
  • International Summer School (ISS)

Chinese Language Center[edit]

The International Building, in which the CLC is located, is a modern building with six floors worth of classrooms, a computer lab and a library. Our small library contains a collection of more than 2,500 books and magazines, as well as over 500 audio/videotapes on Mandarin language and culture. The CLC offers a substantial number of non-credit language courses for international students and overseas Chinese students. The CLC maintains a teacher to student ratio of 1 to 7.[12] In addition to language courses, the CLC offers a variety of cultural workshops, such as Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese knotting, paper cutting and traditional handicrafts.

Colleges and departments[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

Politics and diplomacy[edit]

Academics[edit]

  • Bi-Zhap Lin (林碧炤), Vice-President of National Chengchi University
  • Deng-Xing Shan (單德興), researcher of European and American Department, Academia Sinica
  • Feng-Mao Li (李豐楙), notable scholar of Taoism studies
  • Hua-Yuan Hseuh (薛化元), scholar of Taiwanese history studies
  • Jian-San Hong (馮建三), Professor of Journalism
  • Jin-Ji Wu (吳靜吉), scholar of education and culture studies
  • Kun-Xian Chiu (邱坤玄), Vice-CEO of China Eurasia Foundation
  • Liu Bih-rong (劉必榮), notable scholar of international relations and negotiations
  • Li-Wen Tong (董立文), vice-director of research department at China Eurasia Foundation
  • Qing-Qing Peng (彭欽清), notable scholar of Hakka studies
  • Wei-De Chen (陳維德), scholar of Chinese calligraphy studies
  • Xiao-Yan Peng (彭小妍), researcher of China Literature and Philosophy Department, Academia Sinica
  • Yao-Ji Jin (金耀基), President of Chinese Hong Kong University
  • Zhe-Mao Tsai (蔡哲茂), researcher of Historical and Language Department, Academia Sinica
  • Zhong-He Bao (包宗和), former President of National Taiwan University
  • Zhong-Hua Gu (顧忠華), chairperson of Public Monitoring Alliance
  • Zhong-Xiang Guang (管中祥), notable activist of media reform movement
  • Zhi-Bing Fa (法治斌), late notable scholar of Constitutional studies

Artists and writers[edit]

  • Yong Jin (查良鏞, 金庸), notable novelist on Chinese martial arts
  • Yu-Mei Li (李啟源), writer, poet and director
  • Huai-Ming Lin (林懷民), founder of Cloud Gate Dance Collection
  • Zhong-Qi Duan (段鍾沂), founder of Hardrock Record Co., Ltd.
  • Zhong-Tan Duan (段鍾潭), founder of Hardrock Record Co., Ltd.
  • Qi-Yang Lin (林淇瀁), notable scholar
  • Qi-Qing Shi (施寄青), notable feminist writer
  • Rong-Wem Wang (王榮文), founder of Yuan-Liou Publishing Company
  • Rou-Quan Wu (吳若權), notable writer

Businesspeople[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Chengchi University
  2. ^ "國立政治大學 - 關於政大". Nccu.edu.tw. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
  3. ^ "National Chengchi University Rankings". Top Universities. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
  4. ^ [1][dead link]
  5. ^ Partner universities of NCCU
  6. ^ a b "Business school rankings from the Financial Times - Masters in Management 2011". Rankings.ft.com. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
  7. ^ "Chinese Language Center National Chengchi University". Mandarin.nccu.edu.tw. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
  8. ^ "QS World University Rankings (2013/14)". QS Quacquarelli Symonds Limited. 2013. Retrieved October 3, 2013. 
  9. ^ "QS World University Rankings (extracting Asian universities from the list for counting this position)". QS Quacquarelli Symonds Limited. 2013. Retrieved July 7, 2014. 
  10. ^ "QS Asian University Rankings". QS Quacquarelli Symonds Limited. 2014. Retrieved May 19, 2014. 
  11. ^ "Office of International Cooperation, NCCU - News". Oic.nccu.edu.tw. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
  12. ^ "Chinese Language Center National Chengchi University". Mandarin.nccu.edu.tw. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 

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