About NTU

Ranking

19

QS Asia University Ranking

68

QS World University Ranking

97

THE World University Ranking


Why NTU

Founded in 1928, NTU is the most prestigious university in Taiwan, and is among the top 100 universities in the world. Guided by independent thought and a pioneering spirit of enterprise, students at NTU become a part of the nation’s richest center of learning and receive a diverse and superlative education. Our programs are underpinned by cutting-edge research and vibrant academia-industry cooperation. Career guidance, numerous professional opportunities, and a vibrant entrepreneurship ecosystem rounds out students’ experience at NTU.

 

Internationalization

NTU has 641 partner universities in 65 different nations. As an NTU student, you will have numerous opportunities to gain international experience abroad through a variety of programs. NTU students and faculty engage in top-class research on national and international levels with professors and students from all over the world, making your own contribution to changing the world.


World-Class Resources

NTU is ranked among the top 1% in the world by number of highly-cited papers in 19 out of 22 areas in the Essential Science Indicators (ESI) database.


Competitive Advantages

An NTU education gives you experience of the Chinese-speaking world, which in today’s world is a considerable asset. Combined with NTU’s emphasis on academic freedom and critical thinking, this gives students a clear competitive advantage and a high employability: the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020 rank NTU at number 56, with a score of 94.9 in alumni outcomes.


Our achievements

NTU alumni can be found at the top of government, research, industry and other public and private institutions, where they are influential in promoting the development of Taiwan’s politics, economy, high-tech industries, society and culture. Thanks to the liberal and critical education which you can experience first-hand at NTU, they have contributed to realizing progressive values in Taiwan.