The National Taiwan University of Science and Technology was founded on August 1, 1974, as the National Taiwan Institute of Technology (NTIT). It was the first higher education institution of its kind within our nation's technical and vocational education system. In 1979 and 1982, NTIT added master's and doctoral programs, respectively.
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The private rental market in Taipei offers a wide range of accomodation. Reasonable rates per person per month lie between NT$ 7000- NT$ 14000, depending on room types and location.Recommended areas: Da’an District and Zhongzheng District where Taiwan Tech, National Taiwan Normal University, National Taiwan University are located.
The ComputerCenter has provided computer resources to faculty, stuff, and students for education and research since 1976. We hope to give a network environment with good services and rich information. The integrated services of internet, E-mail, and down-loading of licensed software are given.
Taiwan Tech runs an on-campus day clinic that offers free health care to all students. Here is an introduction into the services offered by the NTUST Health Care Division.
Taiwan Tech has five campuses: the main Taipei campus and branch campuses at Tu-Cheng, Keelung, Gong-Guan and Chupei, with a combined total area of 29.44 hectares.
The main campus, situated in a district of Taipei with convenient transportation and beautiful surroundings, covers an area of about 10 hectares. Current enrollment includes 5,605 undergraduates and 4,902 graduate students with 415 full-time faculties.
There are also several associations of local students who are interested in interacting with and helping our international students on campus. These associations are eager to help newly arrived international students settle into their new life at NTUST and deal with all the procedures involved in establishing one’s student status, as well as helping the international student associations with the arrangements for their various activities. This interaction is the real “heart” of NTUST’s internationalization.
It has been a privileged to study in this school. Having given a chance to live and study abroad under the school's scholarship was a dream come true. Learning was fun as the teachers and students are open to diverse ideas. Taiwan (Taipei, specifically) is a beautiful country with one of the most friendliest locals I know. It's safe, convenient, and clean.