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National Chengchi University


Since its founding in 1927, National Chengchi University (NCCU) has earned a reputation as an institution of higher education celebrated for its studies in the humanities, social sciences, and management/administration sciences. Although it has changed its name and constitution twice in its relatively brief history, the goals and ideals of the university have always remained steadfast: the search for truth, the commitment to academic research, the cultivation of future generations of leaders, and the ability to recognize and respond to changes shaping society and academia. The history of the university finds its roots in the central government's 1927 founding of the Central Party Affairs School, presided over by then President Chiang Kai-shek in China. The victory of the Northward Expedition in 1929 was accompanied by a name change to the Central Political School. A further progression, the integration of the Central Political School with the Central Cadre School, was an immediate prelude to the full founding of National Chengchi University, which followed shortly upon the 1946 conclusion of the Sino-Japanese War. The operations of the university were temporarily halted with the loss of Nationalist control in the Chinese mainland in 1949, not to resume again until 1954 when the university...

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