The Office of International Affairs (OIA) is responsible for developing the University's world strategy. The OIA plays a vital role in NTU's pursuit of excellence through an integration of international partnerships and the creation of global opportunities:
+in the interests of students, faculty and staff from NTU and from our world partners
+in support of global engagement.
More than 400 institutions in 60 countries have established formal academic partnerships with NTU.
Mobile students and faculty
This includes operating and tracking an extensive range of exchange, research and study abroad opportunities
A valued image
The OIA holds and takes part in key international events, conferences and fairs in various countries. We also regularly visit partners.
A stimulating international environment
We cooperate with offices and departments across the University, enhancing support services and offering more international-oriented benefits to ensure a quality experience.
The International Programs Division
Responsibilities include welcoming foreign stakeholders and guests, ratifying international agreements, implementing faculty exchange programs and international research projects, organizing international conferences and exhibitions, as well as engaging NTU in global alliances and events.
The International Students Division
Its key role is to assist and advise local and incoming international students. This service is organized into two branches:
+The Study Abroad Section develops student exchange programs and coordinates summer programs abroad.
+The International Students Section recruits, assists and advises international students, and processes scholarships. The team actively helps international students to become and feel part of NTU's academic communities, and promotes an active, balanced student life where cross-cultural exchanges and open dialogues are encouraged.
The Center for International Education (CIE)
The CIE runs NTU’s Summer+ programs, designs tailored programs for overseas partners, develops a comprehensive selection of Chinese language and culture programs open to all international students, and works with colleges and departments to increase NTU's offering of English-language curricula.
THE LOGO OF THE OIA
The OIA logo is designed around the official school flower—the azalea blossom—with three bright-colored petals posting the three rising spirits: the wings of inspiration on the left, the island of Taiwan in the center, and the Chinese symbol for “people” on the right serving as the foundation of the logo. A blue arch, symbolizing the ocean surrounding Taiwan, extends from the flying wings to form a snappy perimeter, indicating OIA’s ambition to reach out in all directions.