National Taiwan University is Taiwan’s oldest and most comprehensive research university. NTU has 11 colleges, with 54 departments and 108 graduate institutes, plus over 50 national and university-level research centers. The total number of students, including those enrolled at the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, has grown to over 32,000, including over 17,000 undergraduate students and 15,000 graduate students. The University comprises 11 colleges: Liberal Arts, Engineering, Science, Social Sciences, Law, Bio-Resources & Agriculture, Management, Public Health, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Medicine, and Life Science. NTU has a strong commitment to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. The university champions social responsibility along with the promotion of sustainable development at both local and global levels.
National Taiwan University (NTU)
#66Ranked 66th worldwide in 2021 QS World University Rankings, and is the only university in Taiwan to be listed among the world’s top 100 institutions.
2ndAchieved 2nd rank in the world for SDG 2: Zero Hunger in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020
34,000NTU’s total campus area is 34,000 hectares large and spread across multiple locations, accounting for nearly 1% of Taiwan’s total land area
NTU has four international research centers, six national level research centers and numerous university level research centers. NTU’s key research areas include intelligent robotics, automation and cancer among many others.
Engagement with IU
- IU has a primary agreement of friendship and cooperation with NTU.
- The Maurer School of Law has a law student exchange and dual degree arrangement with the National Taiwan University College of Law.
- The IU Bloomington Chinese Flagship program sends students to the Chinese Flagship Center at NTU.