The Signing Ceremony for the Agreement of Academic Exchange between NTUT and OIT
The Signing Ceremony for the Agreement of Academic Exchange between NTUT and OIT

From March 5 to 9, President Inoue and Dean of the faculty of Intellectual Property, Mr. Tanami visited 4 universities in Taiwan. On March 8, President Inoue and President Leehter Yao of the National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) signed the Agreement of Academic Exchange. It is the fifth agreement concluded with Taiwanese universities for OIT.

Currently, the collaboration between OIT and Taiwanese partner universities is focused on the area of intellectual property. The Graduate School of Intellectual Property of OIT offers Summer Intensive Course, and over 30 students from Taiwan take part in this program every year. OIT's students and staff visit regularly Taiwanese partner universities reciprocally. The collaboration is expected to expand also in other fields such as engineering, information technology, etc.

The NTUT is one of the most prestigious universities in Taiwan. Founded in 1912, as a pioneering academic institute dedicated to industrial education, the NTUT saw over 90,000 graduates since then. With Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property, established in 2011, the NTUT now consists of 6 colleges, 17 departments, 26 master programs and 15 Ph.D. programs.