Introduction
NTU College of Management is accredited by AACSB and awarded Eduniversal Five Palm Award 8 times in a roll

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.  

Frequently praised, NTU EMBA continues to embrace diversity and integration and maintain international competitiveness
The NTU College of Management has pioneered in establishing the first EMBA program in Taiwan since 1997 to offer further advancements in education for corporate executives and elites, as well as produce higher management talents with global vision and cross-discipline concepts. In 2014, the Eduniversal, a European higher education rating institute, rates our College as number 5 in the Far East. Year after year, our EMBA program has been rated by reputed Taiwanese media as the most desirable EMBA among high-ranking managers. 

NTU EMBA continuously develops its faculty, provides innovative and feature-rich curriculum, and emphasizes on practicality by leaner-centered case study teaching method. Students with different industrious background discuss and debate on about 80 cases; it is not only an important process to integrate knowledge of different natures, but also to develop students’ capacity in terms of creative thinking, innovation, and entrepreneurship. 

In recent years, NTU EMBA has been promoting four values: modularized curriculum, diversified study, integrated education management, and vitalized alumni members. First, in the aspect of modularized curriculum, NTU EMBA has consolidated its curriculum into 5 major modules of growth and globalization, entrepreneur and innovation, organization and leadership, governance and enterprise responsibility, and economics and finance, to allow more practicality in the curriculum. In the aspect of diversified education, in addition to jointly offering the only double-brand EMBA across the Taiwan Strait with Fudan University, we have extended our efforts and established curriculum exchange initiative to create a cross-culture learning platform. In the aspect of integrated education management, NTU EMBA reviews the meanings and objectives of every stage in the process from students’ enrollment to graduation, and optimizes and integrates administrative tasks in every critical moment, thus effectively supports both teaching and learning activities. Finally, in the aspect of vitalized alumni members, in addition to organizing all sorts of social and sport events to keep alumni members connected, NTU EMBA also organizes lifetime learning seminars for alumni members to maintain alumni’s loyalty and fulfill the goal of lifetime learning.
Global Executive Program and Company Specific Programs for corporate to guide corporate navigator

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.

Internationalization to secure the College of Management’s status in the world
As part of the active efforts to promote internationalization, the English-taught Global MBA Program was established (in 2006) to provide curricula that are consistent with international standards, which in turn have contributed to strengthening of the College’s competitiveness and consolidating its global standing among top-tier business schools. The program accepts 60 students annually, half from Taiwan and half from abroad. In 2013 the curriculum was upgraded and repositioned as “Junior MBA” to differentiate from other programs, and to be the “Best Value MBA in Asia”. The program provides comprehensive management training for both part-time and full-time students, with core courses, international exchange programs, dual degree programs and corporate internships that strengthen students’ global vision and practical skills. The GMBA faculty consists of a pool of outstanding lecturers with solid academic backgrounds from the NTU College of Management, together with renowned professors, visiting scholars, and instructors from Taiwan and abroad. Co-operations have been established with elite schools and managements consulting companies (such as the joint courses with McKinsey) to present students a more diverse option of courses and opportunities to learn new trends in management and provide opportunities to practice what is learned.

The College has joined hands with an array of outstanding business schools, universities and graduate schools for the promotion of exchange programs and joint degree programs with Waseda University, University of Texas at Dallas, Tulane University, Kyoto University, and Guanghua School of Management of Peking University. In 2012, another feat was achieved in the signing of an agreement on “1+2+1 Dual degree Program“ between the Department of Accounting, NTU and the Department of Accountancy, City University of Hong Kong. To date, the College has partnered with 96 business schools from 23 countries; Up to 200 exchange slots are available for our students. The college will continue to explore possible avenues for cooperation, providing students and faculty with diverse international exchange opportunities. 

Since 2013, NTU’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Spring / Summer Program is an all-English program led and taught by distinguished National Taiwan University faculty members, who are internationally acclaimed scholars for their research and influence. We also invite practitioners who are pioneers and leaders in their respective fields to share their real-world experiences with students. 

The College of Management has organized several large-scale visits and exchange events in 2016. 1, NTU-Peking University Day; 2, Visit of Li Guang-Cian, dean of business school of Singapore Management University, and 34 student delegates at the College of Management, an event that establish the corner stone of academic exchange; and 3, case study contest jointly organized with the USC Marshall School of Business, where 27 USC students and 18 NTU students took part. In addition, the dean of business school of New York University is scheduled to visit the College of Management to deliver keynote speech and exchange views on the trend of international finance. International vision of the students of the College of Management is continuously developed through all sorts of short-term visit and exchange. 

The College of Management is proactively attending all sorts of meeting and convention, such as the Association of Asia-Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS), Pacific Asian Consortium for International Business Education and Research (PACIBER), APAIE in Asia, NAFSA in American, and EAIE in Europe, to increase international popularity of the College of Management and fulfill its development strategy of internationalization. 
Cross-Strait Academic Exchange for New Framework of Global Higher Education

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. 

Develop career development network and cultivate excellent managers
In response to the ever changing and evolving future job market, the College of Management opened CARDO (Career Development Office) in January 2014, in the hope to assist students in developing careers that suit their personalities, skills, and opportunities. The office provides NTU students and alumni all sorts of career planning information and career development consultation, guiding them through self-recognition, career exploration, and reinforcement of core competence.
Endeavor and pioneer to promote entrepreneurial business education
The College offers the Entrepreneur and Innovation MBA program (EiMBA) since 2016, to exert our influence to push innovation business education forward. Based on the University policy of promoting entrepreneurship and innovation, EiMBA program offers a 3-year education program to cultivate potential managers who are innovative and flexible and open to changes. They are expected not only supporting their teams, organizations or industries to have a positive impact on societies, but also help Taiwan to achieve a world-leading position in entrepreneurship and innovation. The curriculum adopts the principle of “action learning” and “entrepreneurship and innovation”. Professional faculties and experienced industrial mentors are retained to provide assistance in entrepreneurship practice, integration of information and resources. In the program, students will be trained to acquire first-hand skills in entrepreneurship and innovation. They are expected to startup a new business or make internal innovation in company, and lead Taiwan to the primary position in global entrepreneur and innovation. 
Upgrade software and hardware education quality and space
The College spares no efforts in seeking legitimate resources to encourage research and upgrade facilities. In terms of resources from private sectors, the E. Sun Academic Award, initiated in 2010 by E. Sun FHC., is conferred to professors who have published papers in top international business journals. So far total 14 teachers have received the award, and the research standard and international visibility of our College have been effectively increased. 

In 2011, Fubon Financial very generously set up the “Fubon Chair Professor,” whereby the world’s top management professionals or scholars are recruited to NTU College of Management on a long-term basis. This not only enhances the visibility of the College in the international academic community of business and management but also strengthens the resolve of the College in its pursuit of academic excellence. 

In terms of educational facilities, Building II of the College began operation in 2001, enabling each faculty member to have an individual space for research. In 2012, the newly-renovated research rooms and upgraded facilities expected to significantly enhance the quality of teaching and research.

A total of 3 case study classrooms - 1 learning center and 2 multi-function convention halls - have been established through the generous support from local enterprises and EMBA alumni. Thanks to their generosity, NTU College of Management has been able to further upgrade existing facilities and improve overall learning environment. The first case classroom, “E. Sun Hall,” modeled on Harvard Business School, was donated by E. Sun Bank in 2006. The second, named “Kuan-te Lecture Hall,” was donated in 2008 by Mr. Yushan Ma, the 3rd EMBA alumnus and president of Kindom Construction Corp. Kuan-te Lecture Hall is the first case study classroom donated by EMBA alumni.

The third classroom, “Chong Guang Lecture Hall,” was donated in 2009 by Chen Chong-Guang Foundation through two foundation representatives, respectively, Ms. Yu-mei Chen (2002 EMBA alumna) and Mr. Bin-fu Chen (2007 alumnus; student association president). In 2011, both “Li-chih Learning Center” and “Sungreat International Convention Hall” were built with donations from EMBA alumnus, Mr. Janus C.D. Sun. In 2012, the “C.C. Hong Hall” was completed with donations from Hong’s Foundation for Education and Culture, represented by Mr. Richard M. Hong, president of Panasonic Taiwan. The C.C. Hall is equipped with state-of-the-art convention facilities, which accelerate information network construction for e-education at the College.

The College of Management is one of the fastest growing colleges in NTU. Since 2011, our College has upgraded its hardware, buildings, and equipment on a massive scale as to improve teaching equipment and establish the first-class campus environment. Our goal is to accommodate the needs of developing our country and society, to increase academic research in management, to train students with innovative new ideas, broad vision, and teamwork spirit, to cultivate high-level managers, and, more importantly, to cultivate talents that may become Asian or even international corporate leaders, and thus improve Taiwan’s economic status and influence in the world. The College is now actively preparing for the construction of Building III, hoping to win recognition as one of the top-tier business schools in the world.