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European Union Centre in Taiwan

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European Union Centre in Taiwan

European Union Centre in Taiwan
Established 2009
Type Public and Private
President Pan-Chyr Yang (President of National Taiwan University)
Location Taipei (Headquarter),  Taiwan
Campus Urban and Suburb

The European Union Centre in Taiwan (EUTW, 臺灣歐洲聯盟中心) is a university alliance in Taiwan, funded by European Commission, founded by National Taiwan University (NTU). Its headquarter also located in NTU.

Its members are:

# Institution City International affiliation URL
1 National Taiwan University Taipei AACSB, AEARU, APRU, ASAIHL, UMAP Headquarter, Homepage
2 National Chengchi University Taipei AACSB, BGS, EQUIS, UMAP Homepage
3 Fu Jen Catholic University New Taipei AACSB, ACUCA, AJCU-EAO, APQN, BGS, GLP, IAJBS, IFCU, UMAP Homepage
4 Tamkang University New Taipei IAU, UMAP Homepage
5 National Chung Hsing University Taichung UMAP Homepage
6 National Sun Yat-sen University Kaohsiung AACSB, UMAP Homepage
7 National Dong Hua University Hualien UMAP Homepage

See also


External links

  • European Union Centre in Taiwan(Chinese)
  • European Union Centre in Taiwan(English)
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