NTU offers affordable tuition fees. The amount students are required to pay depends on the level of their degree, the year of their study, and the student identity, as different rates apply to International Students and Overseas Chinese, Hong Kong and Macau, and Chinese Students.
There are five months a semester, and two semesters in an academic year. All fees are based on the New Taiwan Dollar (TWD); fees in US Dollar (USD) are solely estimated (USD 1 ≒ TWD 30).
|Fees / Colleges||Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, Law||Science, Bio-resources & Agriculture||Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science||Medicine (excluding Department of Medicine & Dentistry), Public Health||Department of Medicine||Department of Dentistry||Management||Life Science|
|Tuition / semester||TWD 50,460
Master's and PhD Degrees
For the first two years, master's and PhD degree students pay the full tuition fee. From the third year on, students are only required to pay the basic tuition fee.
|Fees / Colleges||Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, Law||Science, Bio-resources & Agriculture, Life Science||Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science||Medicine (excluding Graduate Institute of Clinical Medicine & Dentistry), Public Health (excluding Global Health Program)||Graduate Institute of Clinical Medicine||Graduate Institute of Clinical Dentistry||Global Health Program||Management||Global MBA (note 1)||Executive MBA (note 2)||Master Program in Global Agriculture Technology and Genomic Science|
|Full tuition / semester||TWD 51,280
|Full tuition = basic tuition fee + credit fee||TWD 168,000
|Basic tuition / semester||TWD 25,080
|TWD 31,180 (USD 1,039)||TWD 25,440
|Credit fee / credit||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||sss||N/A||TWD 11,000
- The GMBA students are required to pay the basic tuition fee + the credit fee.
- For the first 6 semesters, EMBA students in the business school pay the full tuition fee. From the 7th semester on, students are required to pay the basic tuition fee and the credit fee. The basic tuition fee + credit fee cannot be more than the full tuition fee; the credit fee depends on how many credits the student takes during that semester.