2020/2021 Visiting Student Program - After Arrival

Post-Arrival Guidebook 

Welcome Activities (for 2019 Spring semester) (To be Announced) 

OIA prepare a series of welcome activities to welcome you to National Taiwan University. Please access to 2018/2019 Orientation Activities on our website to get more detail information.

Important Date Activities
February 1, 2019
  • Earliest Check-in date for Prince House Dorm (All administrative offices will be closed during February 1 and February 11 due to the Chinese New Year Vacation. Students who would like to check-in between February 1 and 11, please consult with Ms. Lillian Chen at 1107061@exchange.prince.com.tw after receiving an email from the Prince House Dorm on how to pay the deposit to secure their space.) 
February 11, 2019
  • Earliest Check-in date for IYC Guo-Qing Dorm
  • Suggested arrival date for all passports, except Mainland China (February 12 for students from Mainland China with an Entry Permit[入臺證])
February 12, 2019
  • Arrival date for students from Mainland China with an Entry Permit (入臺證)
February 13, 2019
  • Campus Tour for Exchange & Visiting Students
February 14, 2019
  • Orientation Session for Exchange & Visiting Students
February 15, 2019
  • Registration for University-level Exchange Students and Visting Students
February 17, 2019
  • General Chinese Course Registration & Placement Test
June 23, 2019
  • Move-out date for IYC Dorm
June 28, 2019
  • Move-out date for Prince House Dorm
  • Departure date for students from Mainland China with an Entry Permit (入臺證)

Registration (for 2018 Fall semester)

Exchange students must complete registration after arrival in Taiwan. Please follow the information sent from the Office of International Affairs and attend the registration on-time.

Two things you must do before the registration:

1.  Fill in your emergency contact in Taiwan online

Please refer to my.ntu.edu.tw/stuinfo to provide your contact information in Taiwan. As a reminder, all blanks on the page are mandatory items.

-Emergency Contact in Taiwan: Please fill in at least one person who is currently in Taiwan and will be staying here during your exchange period. If you have relatives in Taiwan, you can choose one of them as your emergency contact; if not, you may ask your student volunteer or your fellow students to be your emergency contact in Taiwan. Please note that the contact number of your emergency contact in Taiwan must be local cellphone number.

-Contact number in Taiwan: All the exchange students must get a contact number in Taiwan, which enable the university contact when any accident occurs. There are many telecommunication stores in the Taoyuan International Airport that sell phone card or SIM card, you can simply choose the one which meet your requirements. You can also buy the cards at the telecommunication stores near the campus or you may ask your student volunteer or the reception desk in the dormitory for more help.

2.  Finish payment and get a receipt

Please follow the instruction of How to Print Your Billing Statement to download and finish the payment before the registration.

Four items you need to bring to the registration venue:

1)  Admission letter or Acceptance letter

2)  Payment sheet and receipt

3)  Original file of NTU Health Exam Form & Form C

4)  Proof of insurance

Important Notice

Please make sure you have pasted a passport size photo on the NTU Health Exam Form. Students without all required documents or arrive late to the registration venue are not allowed to complete the registration on the assigned date. If you did not complete registration, please email your NTU visiting coordinator to schedule a make-up registration.

Update: 2020 / 03 / 12