NTU management education first begins since 1948 at the Department of Business Administration, which changed to the College of Management in 1987, followed by rapid growth due to hardworking of all former deans. As of today, the College consists of the Departments and Graduate Institutes of Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, International Business, and Information Management, as well as EMBA, Global MBA, and EiMBA. Our College has the faculty that are the best in the country and on par with the first class in the world, and currently employed 113 full-time instructors, most of whom hold degrees from celebrity institutes like Stanford, Yale, MIT, University of Chicago, Penn, and Northwest. In the aspect of academic research, instructors at our College of Management publish more than 100 articles every year on international journals indexed by the SSCI and SCI, thus firmly anchor NTU College of Management among the international academic community. Currently, the total number of students is about 3,700, all of whom are the elites in all disciplines in Taiwan. As an effort to expedite international academic exchange and to pursue multiple international development projects, NTU has established the Office of International Affairs in 2004. Soon after, the all-English environment Global MBA Program is launched in 2006. In 2010, for the first time, our College is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) specifically in terms of our international business management education quality. The College initiates its full-fledged international development efforts, by entering into double-degree protocols with 5 universities and partner-university based collaborations with 98 schools. In January 2016, our College once again receives AACSB accreditation. In addition to the honor of winning the prestigious 2017 Five Palm Award of Eduniversal, a European higher education rating institute (we are the only College in Taiwan winning the Award for 8 consecutive years), our College is also rated number 9 in Asia by international deans’ recommendation list. Our achievements in all aspects have greatly increased our status in the world; we always aim for higher excellence.