For information about registration, please log in the Pre-Arrival Survey:
New students are required to complete the NTU Health Exam as part of the registration procedures. The completed health exam forms must be uploaded on the Online Registration System. For more detailed information and to download the health exam forms, please refer to the files below.
Bachelor's Degree: Health Exam Instruction,
Master's and Doctorate Degree: Health Exam Instruction,
NOTE: If you are not able to complete your Health Exam before the registration period ends, please fill out the NTU Application From for Postponement of Health Report Submission (below). Once completed, sign and upload it to the Online Registration System.
For more detailed information about the Health Exam, please contact the NTU Health Center:
- Nurse JuYing Hsiung,
- Email: email@example.com
- Tel: 02-3366-2161
Master and PhD:
- Nurse Yu-Hsien Ho
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: 02-33662169
OIA organizes a series of orientation activities for International Students, helping you to get to know our campus. Some key events are:
Online Campus tour: avaliable from February 8-28, 2022
Online Orientation for International Students: from February 8-28, 2022
For more information, please refer to Activities for International Students > Orientation Activities
Chinese and English Proficiency Tests
For information regarding language placement and proficiency tests, please refer to Chinese and English Proficiency Test.
During the registration period, all students are insured by general student insurance, which only covers accident insurance. According to the National Health Insurance (NHI) Act, all foreigners staying in the R.O.C. (Taiwan) for more than six months continuously must enroll in NHI. Prior to enrolling in NHI, we will automatically enroll you in group medical insurance (which is similar to NHI). You are required to pay the aforementioned insurance fee during registration.