NTU management education first begins since 1948 at the Department of Business Administration, which changed to College of Management since 1987, followed by rapid growth due to hardworking of all former deans. As of today, the College consists of the Departments and Graduate Institutes of Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, International Business, and Information Management, as well as EMBA, Global MBA, and EiMBA.
Our College has the faculty that are the best in the country and on par with the first class in the world, and currently employed 113 full-time instructors, most of whom hold degrees from celebrity institutes like Stanford, Yale, MIT, University of Chicago, Penn, and Northwest. In the aspect of academic research, instructors at our College of Management publish more than 100 articles every year on international journals indexed by the SSCI and SCI, thus firmly anchor NTU College of Management among international academic community. Currently the total number of students is about 3,700, all of whom are the elites in all disciplines in Taiwan.
As an effort to expedite international academic exchange and to pursue multiple international development projects, NTU has established the Office of International Affairs in 2004. Soon after which, the all English environment Global MBA Program is launched in 2006. In 2010, for the first time, our College is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) specifically in terms of our international business management education quality. The College initiates its full-fledged international development efforts, by entering into double-degree protocols with 6 universities and sister-university based collaborations with 95 schools. In January 2016, our College once again receives AACSB accreditation. In addition to honor of winning the prestigious the 2015 Five Palm Award of Eduniversal, a European higher education rating institute (we are the only College in Taiwan winning the Award for 8 consecutive years), our College is also rated number 9 in Asia by international deans’ recommendation list. Our achievements in all aspects have greatly increased our status among the world; we always aim for higher excellence.
Seeing businesses facing challenges of executive transitions and transformational growth, the College of Management establishes the Service for Executive Education Development (SEED), to take corporations to new heights. Global Executive Program (GEP) is a collaboration with Guanghua School of Management of Peking University, Said Business School of University of Oxford and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. The program is structured to provide in-depth, comprehensive, and time-effective executive management courses. Participants not only enjoy resources from four top universities, but also enter a unique learning network among elite business leaders of Greater China. GEP is ideal for executives who strive for transformation and growth, and secure business opportunities in China market. It’s suitable for corporate presidents, general managers, CEOs and next- generation leaders who aim to establish a sustainable business. SEED also provides Company Specific Programs (CSP) for corporations’ Talent programs with customized management courses. SEED offers a wide range of learning models, including case studies, interactive discussions, reflective learning, leadership experience-sharing, and cross-industry interaction. It looks forward to cooperating with businesses and creates effective talent development solutions out of existing degree or credit-based programs.
In response to the cross-strait economic and academic developments, the College from 2007 onwards began forming partnerships with 12 higher education institutions and in 2008 launched the cross-strait student exchange program. In 2010, the College and Fudan University began a joint-EMBA program to facilitate high-quality education in the Chinese circle.
In 2011, the College signed an agreement with the School of Business of Renmin University of China, to initiate a cooperative development program for the creation of business cases for the Chinese. Professors appointed by respective parties should develop 10 original business cases each year and incorporate these into MBA and EMBA programs of both universities, creating an opportunity for joint learning and in-depth exchanges. Success stories about business operations by the Chinese incorporated into the co-developed cases can deepen academia-industry partnerships and facilitate an assortment of economic behaviors that are genuinely Chinese.
In 2011, the College collaborated with Chinese University of Hong Kong and Guanghua School of Management to conduct a seminar on “Industrial and economic development trend in Asia-Pacific”, a curriculum which is designed based on industry characteristics of the respective regions and is available to students from all three universities.