High-school graduates who are neither overseas Chinese nor citizens of the Republic of China (Taiwan) may apply for admission to the undergraduate program. Librarians who do not have the citizenship of the Republic of China and have a bachelor’s degree in library and information science may apply for admission to the graduate program.

Applicants should fulfill the requirements of the Regulations Governing Foreign Student Admission of National Taiwan University. Individual interview is required but the written examination is optional. For further admissions information, please refer to:

Why study at NTU?

Calendar for International Students

Here are the options to study at NTU:

Degree Student

Students who possess a nationality other than Taiwan and are going to pursue a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral degree at NTU.

Dual Degree Students

Students can obtain dual degrees in Dual Bachelor’s/Master’s/Doctoral Degree programs. Students who successfully complete all the program requirements will gain the degrees both from the home university and from NTU.

Exchange Students

National Taiwan University has a growing number of international exchange partners around the globe. Each year, we welcome many international students who embark as exchange students on our academic programs, benefiting from NTU’s internationally regarded quality, unique educational environment and friendly community.

Visiting Students

NTU Visiting Student Program is a fee-paying program in which students register as non-degree-seeking but full-time students at NTU.

Want to become a visiting scholar?

First check our list of faculty and research areas find a match with your area of interest; then simply contact them or Dean directly.

Learn more about NTU international scholar.

Our faculty members have been working collaboratively both with colleagues within the university and at another institution. We welcome International collaboration in research, training, and education.

Learn more about Cooperation with NTU.


Just Sleep @NTU is a hotel located right next to the campus of National Taiwan University in the Gongguan business district. The hotel is within 3-minute walk from Gongguan MRT Station (Exit 2).

Address: No. 83, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei 10673, Taiwan

Tel: +886-2-7735-5000

Website: http://www.justsleep.com.tw/NTU/en

Hsiu Chi House is at National Taiwan University Shuei Yuan Campus across NTU main campus. The house is within approximately 5-minute walk from Gonguan MRT Station (Exit 4).

Address: No.16-1, Siyuan St., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100, Taiwan

Tel: +886-2-23631066 ext. 40198 , 40199

Website: http://hsiuchi.prince.com.tw/eng/home.php



Please refer to the following pages for visa information:

The Bureau of Consular Affairs

Online Visa Application Forms


Living Expenses

There are several cafeterias on campus (see interactive NTU campus map) with reasonable price ranging from NT $50 to 100 per meal. There are also many restaurants and cafes within walking distance from campus in Gongguan business district.

The monthly rent for a studio near campus is about NT $15,000 (price may vary; see RentalTW or other apartment rental sites).

Total monthly budget is around NT $35,000 (food and accommodation plus utilities).


Getting around in Taipei

Taipei Metro: http://english.metro.taipei/

Taipei eBus: https://ebus.gov.taipei/Home/SetCulture?culture=en&returnURL=%2F

Taxi: http://eng.taiwan.net.tw/m1.aspx?sNo=0011183



Learn more travel tips and Taiwanese culture at Taiwan Tourism Bureau.