Established in 1912. Taipei Tech was first established during the Japanese Colonial Period as the Auxiliary Industrial Institute of the Education Affairs Office of the Civil Administration Department. In 1948 the school was renamed as Provincial Taipei Institute of Technology providing five-year associate degree programs.
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The OIA staff believe that "internationalization" means more than the number of foreign students or collaborative projects. We consider it our mandate to create a learning and research environment with a global vision. The expansion of internationalized education, research and collaboration and their higher visibility on the campus are our present objectives as OIA assists our faculty and students in their quest for internationalization and excellence.
Taipei Tech Dormitories include different residence halls that are situated on campus and off campus. The average traveling time from Taipei Tech off-campus dormitory to the campus is approximately 25-35 minutes via Taipei Metro.
Library Collection - 376,709 items
Electronic Journals - 50,216
E-books - 247,867
Audio-visual materials - 6,680
Each room is equipped with a telephone, internet service.
New students who are coming to Taiwan for the first time cannot join Taiwan’s National Health Insurance until the 7th month of their arrival. If newly arrived students wish to have health insurance for the first six months of their stay in Taiwan, they have the option of joining Cathay Life Medical Insurance. The Cathay Life Medical Insurance fee is a one-time payment.
Taipei Tech campus is located at the apex of the Taipei Metro system. Not only can students enjoy a world-class education at Taipei Tech, but they also gain the opportunity to enjoy the rich traditional culture that Taipei offers. Attractions such as Taipei 101, the Palace Museum, and the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall are in close proximity to Taipei Tech.
i wanted more exposure since the practical experience is limited
I got very hands on experience studying product design. However, there were a lot of things I wasn't informed about how the school works. Studying in a different language and being a foreigner brought up many barriers. Although my program's been good overall, I wish the school had prepared me to better understand the system within the university. It seemed like everyone...
I must be honest that I found my university Taipei Tech, to be very fascinating and a conducive environment to study and learn meeting students from all walks of life. During my first days, things were tough such as communication with the local residents in the area I live however, with constant practice and interaction with the people, I begin to cope gradually and learn...
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