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Academic Evaluation

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Institutional Accreditation

   The evaluation process provides opportunities for learning and self examination. Taking pride of its glorious tradition, NCCU has been making diligent efforts in achieving excellence. In particular, NCCU has strong competitive advantages in the research on humanities and social sciences. After the 2004 Institutional Accreditation, NCCU continued to grow and prosper, never ceased to self-examine. To prepare for the 2011 Institutional Accreditation , NCCU has established its self-evaluation criteria in 2010 based on the "2011 Implementation Plan for Institutional Accreditation for Universities and Colleges" announced by the HEEACT. The PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act ) cycle for total quality management has been incorporated into the plan. The five key criteria for self-evaluation include self-positioning, school administration management, teaching and learning resources, performance and social responsibilities, as well as the mechanism for continuous improvement and quality assurance. All performance indicators for the evaluation are established according to HEEACT standards. NCCU strives to create a customized mechanism for self improvement.
 
    Under the leadership of the President, NCCU has received HEEACT's "accredited " on all five evaluation criteria established during the 2011 Institutional Accreditation, thanks to the efforts of all faculty members, students, the administration staff, and alumni of the school. We look forward to continuous improvements in these aspects in the coming future.
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