Office of Academic Affairs
The Office of Academic Affairs consists of three divisions and one center: Registration Division, Publications Division, Curriculum Division, Chinese Language Education Center. The office provides all-respect of academic affair services to the students.
Dean：Chih-Hung Chou, Ph.D.
Secretary： Pei-Tzu Chao, Ms.
The dean of academic affairs oversees the two divisions and three centers. Besides, he is also responsible for coordinating the academic affairs of the three colleges of the university in order to enhance teaching and research developments.
Division of Registration
Director：Ting-ting Yuan, Ms.
The Division of Registration is in charge of admission, registration, academic records and transcripts, and evaluation of graduation credits.
Division of Curriculum
Director：Ching-Ling Lu, Ms.
The tasks of Division of Curriculum include offering courses and credit-related information, holding curriculum committee meetings, handling student course selection, summer classes, and intercollegiate course selections. We schedule the university’s academic calendar. We also manage the classrooms of the school, and provide them maintenance for teaching and learning purposes.
Division of Publications
Director：Chih-Ping Ko, Ph. D.
The responsibilities of The Division of Publications include:
(1) The publication of “Journal of Educational Practice and Research,” “school introduction,” “university news” etc.
(2) Offering assistance in the related affairs of the university’s publications.
Chinese Language Education Center
Chinese Language Education Center(CLEC), a subsidiary of National Taipei University of Education(NTUE), was founded in the winter of 2006 for teaching Chinese as a second language.More than 2000 students from over 40 countries and territories from age 6 to 60 have learned Mandarin Chinese language in CLEC.
With 118 years of excellent history, NTUE(was founded in 1896) is one of prestige academic institutes in Taiwan. It plays an important role in development of primary education and teacher training programs, and has been highly regarded as an essential figure of the educational service. CLEC of NTUE help students who come from different culture and language backgrounds make rapid progress to reach the goal- learning to communicate in Chinese effectively.
Director：Mei-hui Chou, Ph.D
8 -12 am, 1:30-5:30 pm (Taiwan Time)
Monday - Friday
TEL：886-2-27321104 Ext. 82012