NTU at a Glance
- 1928 as Taihoku Imperial University
- 1945 as National Taiwan University
- Full-time Faculty: 2,028
- Part-time Faculty: 2,064
- Undergraduate: 16,906
- Master's: 13,303
- Doctorate: 3,772
- Total: 33,981
Academic and Research Units
- NTU is made up of 16 Colleges, 56 departments, 139 graduate institutes, and 32 Master’s and PhD degree programs, offering nearly 8,000 courses every semester. The University also boasts a total of over 50 international, national, and university-level research centers.
- NTU MOOCs have more than 1,100,000 enrollments and over 33,000 course completions.
- NTU OCW offers 240 online courses and has accumulated more than 17,000,000 visits.
International Exchange (as of 2021)
- Global partnerships with 633 universities from 82 countries
- 4,183 international students from different countries
- 671 student exchange programs in 49 countries
- NTU Campus in Taipei City
(Main Campus, Shuiyuan Campus, Downtown Campus)
- NTU Experimental Farm, Ankang Branch
- NTU Yilan Marine Research Station
- Chupei Campus
- Yunlin Campus
- NTU Highland Experimental Farm
- NTU Experimental Forest
- "Integrity, Diligence, Fidelity, and Compassion"
- 4 heads of state
- The only Nobel Prize laureate in Taiwan, the only ethnic Chinese winner of the Turing Award, and the only two Wolf Prize laureates in Taiwan are NTU alumni.
- 5 out of the 6 Taiwanese members of the US National Academy of Sciences are NTU alumni.
- Includes over 4 million volumes, 70,000 periodical selections, over 3 million e-books, over 60,000 e-journals, and 600 databases.
- Includes over 4 million volumes, 70,000 periodical selections, over 3 million e-books, over 100,000 e-journals, and 600 databases. The first library in Taiwan to introduce ASRS - Automated Storage and Retrieval System. Launched in October 2018, ASRS adds a high-density storage capacity of 1.2 million books to the library and can retrieve a requested book within 2 minutes.