New coming students are required to complete the NTU Health Exam as part of the registration procedure and submit the required forms during Registration Days. For more detailed information and to download the health exam form, please refer to the following files.
Bachelor's Degree： Health Exam Instruction,
Master's and Doctorate Degree： Health Exam Instruction,
*In order to comply with the COVID-19 Prevention Policy, please make sure that you have completed the 14 days quarantine + 7 days self health-management before going to the Hospital to do the Health Exam. If you cannot do your Health Exam before the registration day, please fill in the NTU Health Exam Postpone application form(bachelor) or NTU International Graduate Students Report on Your Delayed Health Exam Form, and bring it on the Registration day.
After your arrival in Taiwan, OIA arranges a series of activities for International Students, helping you to get to know campus quickly, including the following：
Campus tour (September 8, 2020)
Orientation for International Students (September 9, 2020)
Graduate Session PPT:
Undergraduate (Bachelor) Session:
Registration Days (Undergraduate Students: September 8, 2020 / Graduate Students: September 11, 2020)
For more information, please refer to Activities for International Students > Orientation Activities
Chinese and English Proficiency Test
Please refer to Chinese and English Proficiency Test
During registration, all students are insured by general student insurance(only for accident insurance). However, according to the National Health Insurance (NHI) Act, all foreigners staying in the ROC for more than six months must be covered by NHI. For the first six months before enrolling in NHI, we will automatically process the group medical insurance for you (which is similar to NHI). You are required to pay the above-mentioned insurance fee during registration.