In addition to hundreds of degree programs, NTU offers a variety of non-degree programs of different lengths in English and Mandarin for international students to engage in academic studies and to get to know Taiwan's culture and society first-hand.
Exchange Student Program
National Taiwan University has a growing number of international exchange partners around the globe. Each year, we welcome many international students who embark as exchange students on our academic programs, benefiting from NTU's internationally regarded quality, unique educational environment, and a friendly community.
If you are interested in studying at National Taiwan University as an exchange student, you must get the nomination from your current university (which must be one of our partner universities) at first. Please search in our List of NTU's Exchange Partners to check if your university has an exchange agreement with us, then contact your international office for more information about the application procedures.
You can find more information at Exchange Student Program.
Visiting Student Program
Visiting Student Program is designed for outstanding current students of overseas/partner institutions who wish to broaden their horizons while earning credits at NTU, one of the world's leading institutions of higher education. While enrolled as a non-degree-seeking but full-time student, you are permitted to gain access to and take advantage of NTU's fullest range of academic programs. The duration of studies ranges from one semester to one academic year.
You can find more information at Visiting Student Program.
Research Visiting Program
The Research Visiting Program is a non-degree program designed for students enrolled in overseas academic institutions who are interested in conducting short-term research or internship with an NTU faculty member.
Research visiting students cannot enroll in courses.
You can find more information at Research Visiting Program.
NTU Plus Academy program is an extraordinary combination of professional learning and cultural experience that brought students up close to the kaleidoscopic facets of Taiwanese arts and history. The program offered courses covering Chinese language, research and lab courses, arts and culture, business management, technology, and engineering, and natural and social sciences.
Through the program, the students got more than just a superficial taste of Taiwan’s colorful folk customs, ecological makeup, dietary philosophy, historic substance, and cultural capstones – becoming international storytellers of the“ places and faces of Taiwan.
You can find more information at NTU Plus Academy.