Purpose: This study obtained basic data for an intervention that could enhance global citizenship by identifying the global citizenship attitudes of university students through the Q method. Methods: Thirty-eight statements were generated as the final Q sample, and 31 students were selected as the P sample. Q sorting yielded a systematic forced distribution of 38 Q samples ordered on a scale of 1－9. The collected data were analyzed using the PC-QUANL program by principle component analysis. Results: The factor analyses revealed three types of attitudes that together accounted for 50.62% of the variance: Type 1 is “Practice-oriented type (30.64%)”; Type 2 is “Bystander type (12.96%)”; Type 3 is “Value-respecting type (7.02%)”. Conclusion: Because students will be members of the future society, they effectively promote knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to global citizenship, cultivate analytical skills for the global situation, and apply interventions to strengthen practical behavior as global citizens. Further study needs to develop and apply differentiated educational programs according to the type of global citizenship attitudes of students.
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