Go to Content Area    


Home / Introduction / History
::: :::
Date 2023-05-16
  1.  Year of Establishment

The Graduate Institute of Educational Administration and Policy was established on August 1, 2005, previously known as the Educational Administration Group of the Department of Education. In view of the limited academic programs available in the field of educational administration, the institute was established to cultivate top-ranking experts and personnel in the field. Since 2006, the institute has been enrolling students through various admission examinations and striving to produce top-notch graduates in the field of educational administration and policy..


  1.  Educational Goals

The institute is a cradle for the development of outstanding educational administrators and policy makers. The institute is committed to becoming the most outstanding graduate institute within the field, by fostering the development of high quality educational leaders, strengthening strategic decision-making processes, investing in the education of these leaders, and integrating with the world's best schools.

1. Educational Objectives:

(1) Cultivating leaders and administrators in the field of education.

(2) Cultivating scholars and researchers in the field of education.

2. Future Development

(1) Intensify cooperation with foreign and domestic graduate schools.

(2) Provide more civil service examination preparation courses.

(3) Establish itself as one of the leading research institutes in the field of educational administration.

(4) Enhance international academic cooperation.



  1.  Qualified teachers and curriculum

The institute has four full-time teachers (all of whom are professors). Moreover, in order to expand the course offerings, the institute has developed collaborative courses with the school's departments of education, law, and public administration.


In order to graduate, students must complete at least 30 credits, which include three required courses: Study on Educational Administration, Study on School Administration, and Study on Analysis of Educational Policy.


Students who does not hold a bachelor’s degree relevant to the field of education are required to take compensatory courses in the department of education.


     The Graduate Institute of Educational Administration and Policy welcomes hard-working and dedicated students to its program.


back to top