Multiple $5,000 grants are available through the New Colombo Plan for students going on exchange in semester 1, 2018 to Taiwan.

UQ Abroad has two partners in Taiwan. You may also be interested in National Chengchi University

National Taiwan University

City:

Taipei

Website:

www.ntu.edu.tw

International Exchange website 

Approximate semester dates:

Semester 1 (Fall Semester): September - January
Semester 2 (Spring Semester): February - June

Academic calendar

Language of instruction:

Chinese, English

Full time load equivalent:

15 credits

Fields of Study Available:

College of Social Sciences

Politics
Sociology
East Asian Studies
 
 
 
 

College of Liberal Arts

Chinese Literature
History
Philosophy
Anthropology (Chinese language proficiency required) 
 
 


College of Management & College of Laws
Accounting
Business Administration
Economics
Law*
Finance
 *College of Law courses are reserved for Law majors only. 
 

Course Catalogue 

Both undergraduate and postgraduate courses available 

Click here to view and download lists of courses taught in English by study area: 

  • Liberal Arts
  • Science: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry
  • Social Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Management
  • Public Health
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Law
  • Life Science

Chinese Language Requirements: Students should have CEFR B1 level to enrol in NTU courses taught in Chinese. 

 

Please note that the options listed on this webpage should be used as a guide only. Additional discipline areas may be available. For current information about fields of study, course selection and language proficiency requirements, please check the host university's website.

Restricted Fields of Study:

  • Practice and Internship courses in College of Medicine
  • Anthropology courses unless students have Chinese language proficiency

Approximate living expenses:

110,000 TWD per semester
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Additional

Information Sheet 2018/19 (University-wide)

Information Sheet 2016/17 (College of Management)

 

Chinese Language Learning: 

  • A 3-credit General Chinese course at all levels (6 hours per week for 17 weeks) is available to exchange students who wish to learn or improve Chinese. Click here for details.
  • A 1-credit Enhancing Chinese courses (4 hours per week for 17 weeks) can be enrolled as a supporting course in addition to the General Chinese course. Click here for details. 
  • If your Chinese level is elementary or above, you can enrol in a 2-credit Applied Chinese course (2 hours per week for 17 weeks). Click here for details. 

Guaranteed campus accommodation (conditions apply)

General visa information provided by NTU

NTU Grading System: please see page 58 of the Guidebook for Exchange Students.

 

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