Teaching Characteristic
NTU EMBA-Harvard Case Study for Critical Thinking
The educational goal for NTU EMBA is to nurture management talents who have great appetite for innovation and entrepreneurship and global vision. In 2006, NTU EMBA has pioneered to adopt the teaching method practiced at the Harvard Business School: participant-centered case study. It strengthens combination of theory and practice and encourages interaction between teachers and students and students’ self-reflection. On average, each EMBA student is required to go through 80 cases. Through case discussion students with different industrial backgrounds may expand their visions and appreciate different ideas. Furthermore, in the process of argument, they are able to learn diversified knowledge, obtain insights, and thus enhance their analytical and problem-solving abilities in their operation and management practice.
NTU-Fudan EMBA Program-Develop Connections beyond Cultural Boundary
One of many important features of NTU EMBA program is that it offers a learning platform for teachers and students of different backgrounds to mingle and inspire one another. Starting from 2010, NTU College of Management and Fudan University School of Management jointly offer EMBA program and the number one brand of Cross-Strait EMBA degree. NTU-Fudan Program has the top faculty from the two universities and alumni networks, bringing the elites across Taiwan Strait together and turning them into leaders that bring about a new era.