【Information Session- School of Politics & International Relations, University of Nottingham】 CSS is glade to invite Dr. Chun-Yi Lee, Associate Professor at school of Politics and International Relations, and the director of Taiwan Studies Program at Nottingham to brief about the Nottingham student exchange programme and spring events.If you’d like to grasp ideas about the student exchange program and spring events at Taiwan Studies Programme, you are welcome to sign up! A Google Meet access link will be emailed before
Our college was established in 1927 and in 1993 was officially named the “College of Social Sciences” (CSS). CSS’s objective is to “develop social science education and learning methods, while promoting comprehensive research of the subject.” The overarching mission of CSS is to train students to become “empathetic future leaders.”
Faculty of CSS
CSS is supported by exceptional faculty members and research fellows who have frequently published articles on renowned peer-reviewed domestic and international journals. CSS currently has 138 full-time faculty members, including 66 professors, 49 associate professors, and 23 assistant professors.
Students of CSS
The College of Social Sciences has a total enrollment of 2,160 undergraduate students, 828 master’s students, 238 doctoral students, and 413 working-professional students. In total, CSS contains 3693 people.