Application is made online. You will need to fill in an online application form and upload any supporting documents via our online application system during the application period.
If you are applying for the …
you can apply from…
March 01 to 31
October 01 to 31
You needn’t complete your online application in one go. Once you’ve activated an online account, you can log back into our system and complete the uploading at any time before the deadline.
What you need to apply
Along with your application, you will need to upload copies of your supporting information including an official transcript, a passport-sized photograph, a one-page statement of purpose (in Chinese or English), a copy of your non-Taiwanese passport, medical and accident insurance proof, and an NTU Health Exam Form.
Please note: a completed NTU Health Exam Form (pdf) must be uploaded by September 01 for the First Semester and February 01 for the Second Semester, or submitted on registration day. See our NTU Health Exam Policy (pdf).
If you are student from Mainland China, you are eligible to apply for one-semester exchange only.
This is a program for non-Taiwanese citizens. If you have dual citizenship, please provide a copy of your non-Taiwanese passport. Also please note that according to the Conscription Law, R.O.C Passport holders who are now at Conscription Age should enter R.O.C (Taiwan) with the R.O.C Passport.
At NTU you can look forward to living in quality accommodation. Each semester, local and international students enjoy the convenience and affordability of our residential services.
Housing application is made along with your online application.
We provide guaranteed accommodation as part of your application, so if you tick “Yes”, we will arrange accommodation for you. Late applications will not be accepted.
For a more comfortable environment, male and female students are housed in separate levels or wings.
The University’s Accommodation Regulations don’t allow students living on-campus to host others in the dormitory overnight.
Your roommate cannot be chosen by you.
We do not provide student accommodation for couples and families.
Types of accommodation: (1 TWD = 0.0334 USD = 0.026 EUR at April 2013)
The amount of rooms isn’t unlimited, therefore we cannot guarantee that you will be granted your most preferred choice. We encourage you to choose at least three types of accommodation in your application.
TWD 11,900–12,900 per semester (water and electricity usage included, air conditioning fee excluded)
a room shared between two students, shared common bathroom
TWD 19,900–22,400 per semester (water and electricity usage included, air conditioning fee excluded)
a room with a private bathroom shared between two residents
* Prince House is the University’s newest dormitory. Its management and operation are contracted out; therefore, please note that if you are assigned to the Prince House Dorms, you will receive an email regarding confirmation payment (if you can’t see it please check your junk mail). For more information, visit the Prince House website (email: email@example.com).