奧地利莫札特薩爾茲堡大學（University Mozarteum Salzburg）Prof. Elisabeth GUTJAHR校長以及教育部國際司楊千諄助理研究員，於10月30日蒞臨國立臺灣藝術大學，受到了熱烈的歡迎。此次的訪問旨在促進兩校間的學術交流與合作，並探討未來的國際合作機會。臺藝大由陳嘉成副校長、國際事務處趙玉玲處長、戲劇系張連強主任、國樂系蔡秉衡主任、音樂系黃荻主任、音樂系丁一憲助理教授以及國際處合作組范雅婷組長等接待。在會議中，雙方代表介紹了各自學校的特色發展，並討論了未來合作的可能性，包含相互音樂與戲劇展演、跨界合作、移地教學、工作坊等模式，相信透過這次的對話將為兩校之間拓展建立緊密夥伴關係。
關於奧地利莫札特薩爾茲堡大學（University Mozarteum Salzburg）：
建立於1841年，並於1988年升格為國立大學。該大學專業為音樂和戲劇藝術，是歐洲最受尊敬的學習音樂專業的大學之一，校名以薩爾茨堡名人莫扎特命名。2024年QS Performing Arts排名第12名。
The University Mozarteum Salzburg Visits the NTUA to Explore New Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Academic Collaboration
On October 30th, the National Taiwan University of Arts (NTUA) representatives warmly welcomed Prof. Elisabeth GUTJAHR, the Chancellor of the University Mozarteum Salzburg in Austria, and the Research Assistant Ms. Alison Yang from the Ministry of Education. The purpose of this visit was to foster academic exchange and cooperation between the two institutions while exploring future international collaboration prospects.
The NTUA delegation, led by Vice President Prof. Dr. Chia-Cheng Chen, included Prof. Dr. Yu-Ling Chao, the Dean of International Affairs, Prof. Dr. Lien-Chiang Chang, the Head of the Department of Drama, Prof. Dr. Ping-Heng Tsai, the Head of the Department of Chinese Music, Prof. Ti Huang, the Head of the Department of Music, Asst. Prof. Ilhun Jung, the faculty member of Department of Music and Asst. Prof. Dr. Ya-Ting Fan, the Director of International Cooperation at the Office of International Affairs. During the meeting, both sides introduced the unique characteristics and development of their respective institutions. They discussed potential future collaborations, including mutual music and drama performances, interdisciplinary collaboration, relocation of teaching, workshops, and other models. This dialogue has paved the way for the expansion and strengthening of a close partnership between the two universities.
Following the meeting, the delegation embarked on a campus tour, visiting the Department of Music, the Department of Chinese Music, and the NTUA Our Museum. This visit allowed the representatives from the Austrian university to gain a deeper understanding of NTUA's outstanding achievements in the diverse field of arts, lighting up the potential for further academic collaboration and cultural exchange.
NTUA is committed to nurturing professionals in arts and culture and actively participates in international academic exchanges. The visit by the representatives from the University Mozarteum Salzburg in Austria will enrich the global perspective of the university and provide more opportunities for international academic cooperation. We look forward to witnessing the continuous development of the partnership between the two institutions, contributing to the advancement and innovation of the arts and culture sector.
About the University Mozarteum Salzburg:
Established in 1841 and elevated to the status of a university in 1988, the University Mozarteum Salzburg is renowned for its specialization in music and performing arts education. Named after the famous Salzburg composer Mozart, it is one of the most respected institutions in Europe for studying music professionally. In 2024, it is ranked 12th in the QS Performing Arts rankings.