Accommodation

On-campus housing in dormitories is guaranteed for all International, Overseas Chinese, and Hong Kong and Macau Students. However, the university is unable to arrange accommodation for couples or families, or provide assistance for finding off-campus housing. For an overview of the dormitory options, please see below. On-campus accommodation can easily be applied for during your application to NTU.

On-Campus Housing

The University provides several dormitory options, which include Prince House, Guo Qing Dorm (International Youth Center) and General Dorms.

Prince House - NTU Chang-Hsing and Shui-Yuan Dormitories

Accommodation in Prince House is provided by Prince Corp. in cooperation with NTU. There are two Prince House dormitories: Chang-Hsing Dormitory and Shui-Yuan Dormitory, which are both located near the campus. Rooms are either single or double rooms. Internet and water are included in the rent, but electricity, telephone, and cable TV bills are separate. Rooms are equipped with an independent bathroom, a bed (without mattress), table, book shelf, closet, refrigerator, air conditioner, 24-hour hot water, cable TV output, internet, and telephone output.

The accommodation contract is usually signed for one year, with 2 months' rent paid as deposit. It is possible to stay in the dormitories during winter and summer breaks at adjusted rates. In the case of early termination (except for graduation or end of exchange), the early termination fee is one month's rent.

Both Prince House Dormitories are conveniently located as they are close to campus, and many stores and restaurants can be found in the immediate vicinity, as can be seen on the map:

For more detailed information, please refer to the NTU Prince House website.

Guo Qing Dorm (International Youth Center)

The Guo Qing Dorm, also known as the International Youth center, is a dorm for graduate students and international exchange students. All rooms are double rooms. The Guo Qing Dorm is conveniently located near the back entrance of the NTU campus with easy access to many shops and restaurants:

General Dorms

The Student Housing Service Division facilitates dorm placement for students who apply for the General Dorms. Rooms are either double or quad rooms, but for this type of accommodation it is not possible for you to choose which dormitory you will live in. For information about the types of rooms and prices, please refer to General Dorm information.

Room Type

Information about dormitory room types is shown in the table below. Please note that the fee and the content vary every year. For the latest information, please refer to the Student Housing Service Division.

Dorm Room Facilities Fee Student
Prince House Shui-Yuan Dorm Single Suite Built-in wardrobes, desk and chair, refrigerator, air conditioner, inter-campus telephone, independent bathroom; communal Area shared among five residents (including simple equipped kitchen, dining table) TWD 9600 (USD 320) per month
(water bill included)
Exchange and visiting students
Single Room Built-in wardrobes, desk and chair, refrigerator, air conditioner, inter-campus telephone, independent bathroom TWD 7,800 (USD 260) per month
(water bill included)
All international students
Twin Room Built-in wardrobes, desk and chair, refrigerator, air conditioner, inter-campus telephone, independent bathroom TWD 5,100 (USD 170) per month
(water bill included)
All international students
Guo Qing Dorm (IYC) Twin Suite Desk and chair, wardrobes, bed frame, private bath room shared by two residents TWD 150 (USD 5) per day for short-term students
(water and electricity bill included)
Research visiting students only
(room type is randomly distributed)
Twin Share Desk and chair, wardrobes, bed frame TWD 150 (USD 5) per day for short-term students
(water and electricity bill included)
General Dorms Twin or Quad Room Desk and chair, wardrobes, bed frame TWD 7,900 – 12,900 (USD 263 – 430) per semester

Degree students only
(room type is randomly distributed)

Off-Campus Housing

The University cannot find off-campus housing for students. We recommend that you use the services of Tsuei Ma Ma Foundation.

Update: 2020 / 04 / 24