State-of-the-art Teaching Facilities, Ample Learning Space
The College is equipped with specialized classrooms such as the Teaching Center for Basic Clinical Skills, Demolab for Nutriology, Demolab for Traditional Chinese Medicine Nursing and Self-learning Computer Center, which feature state-of-the-art equipment and ample learning space to fully meet nursing and long-term care students' learning needs.
Application and Integration of Diverse Teaching Methods in the Curriculum
Our teachers apply diverse methods such as Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE), Problem-Based Learning ( PBL), Concept Mapping, Interprofessional and Team-Based Learning (TBL) in classroom teaching, and create a quality learning environment that fosters autonomous learning, teamwork and critical thinking in students.
Active International Academic Exchanges
The College offers study abroad courses in each academic program. We have exchange agreements with a number of world-renowned nursing-related academic institutions in the United States, Japan and Hong Kong. Foreign scholars are often invited for joint teaching and lectures, and overseas visits and studies are regularly organized for both faculty and students.
Thorough Combination of Theory and Clinical Practice
Our teachers achieve the goal of emphasizing both theory and practice by integrating current events and new knowledge into classroom teaching and by aligning curriculum with clinical practice.
Interdisciplinary Industry-university Cooperation and R&D Linked Up with Practice
The College enhances the quality of care in clinical practice by actively establishing partnerships with health and long-term care institutions, expanding research resources, and developing cross-school and interdisciplinary industry-university cooperation programs and integrated research projects founded on clinical practice.