2020/2021 Orientation Activities - First Semester (September Entry)

標題 日期 時間 地點 敘述 地圖連結
Campus Tour September 8 (Tue) 9.00am-11.00am / 2.00pm-4.00pm NTU Main Gate All of our tour guides are current NTU students, and they will introduce and explain the most important facilities on campus such as the sports center, restaurants, the library, and the post office. http://map.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-eng.html?layer=build&uid=AT2004-F&scale=18
Orientation September 9 (Wed) There will be two sessions held, with the morning session from 9.00am to 12.00pm and the afternoon session from 1.30 to 4.30pm. Room assignment will be sent to you via email a week in advance. College of Social Sciences Building Room 101 and 201

All the incoming International Students are required to participate in the Orientation Forum. During this session, we will guide you through the registration process, course selection, visa issues, housing and other practical tips for living in Taiwan. Students who enter the country on an Entry Permit or those who only hold a mainland China (PRC) passport must attend the afternoon session in which important information on Entry Permit will be discussed.

https://map.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-eng.html?layer=build&uid=AT3046&scale=18
Registration for International Undergraduate Degree and Dual Degree Students (Bachelor) September 8 (Tue) 9.00am-12.00pm / 1.30-4.30pm Core Subject Classroom Building Basement (MAP)

OIA will hold a session for the registration of all international students. Please follow the instruction sent by email and log in the Online System to download the registration sheet.

After completing the registration procedures, you will receive your student ID card.

https://map.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-eng.html?layer=build&uid=AT1044&scale=19
Registration for International Graduate Degree and Dual Degree Students (Master & PhD) September 11 (Fri) 9.00am-12.00pm / 1.30-4.30pm Administration Building Conference Room 1 (MAP) 

OIA will hold a session for the registration of all international students. Please follow the instruction sent by email and log in the Online System to download the registration sheet.

After completing the registration procedures, you will receive your student ID card.

https://map.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-eng.html?layer=build&uid=AT2032-A&scale=19
Registration for University-level Incoming Exchange/Visiting Students September 10 (Thu) Please refer to the email notice sent by late August, 2019. Meeting Room 4 in 2nd Administration Building, 5F

OIA will hold a session for the registration of all international students. After completing the registration procedures, you will receive your student ID card.

Students who enter Taiwan on an Entry Permit must complete a TWD 1,000 application fee payment in cash.

https://map.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-eng.html?layer=build&uid=AT2029&scale=18

General Chinese courses - Registration & Placement Test

September 13 (Sun) 9.00am-12.00pm Freshman Classroom Building

 

Those who have never taken Chinese may be opt-out of the placement test. However you are still required to come for registration. Your absence on that day will be considered as cancellation of enrollment, so it is imperative that you arrive on time. The placement test may take about one to one and a half hour after registration.

Students must bring: (1) Your Student ID Card or Admission Letter (2) A Pen.

More Information
https://map.ntu.edu.tw/ntu-eng.html?layer=build&uid=AT1020&scale=19
 

Update: 2020 / 07 / 09