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1 semester = 5 months (18 consecutive teaching weeks)
Fall: mid-September ~mid/late-January
Spring: mid-Feb ~ mid/late-June
Credit = 18 teaching hours, 1 course = 2 or 3 credits
Each course lasts a semester (18 weeks )
1 credit is usually equal to 1.6 ~ 3 ECTS credits (depends on home university)
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9 credits. Students can take courses in different departments/on different levels.
*A new English-taught Bachelor's programme is offered by the College of Engineering: International Advanced Technology Program
|Master's||Chinese/ English||1 course. Students can take courses in different departments/ different levels.|
|Ph.D.||Chinese/ English||1 course. Students can take courses in different departments/ different levels.|
Important Notice for Students Accepted in Fall Semester 2020 (updated on July 15)
Factsheet 2020-2021 (updated on Dec 16, 2020)
Course catalog: The latest course catalog is usually available 1 or 2 months prior to the semester start. Specific course selection regulations will be sent out by email in late June/ January.
Students who wish to join our exchange program have to be nominated by their home universities with their names, e-mail, study level, and year of study.
After the nomination is received by our coordinator, nominated students will receive a link for the online application procedure in due time.
Ms Joyce KUO, email@example.com, for cooperation with Germany and Asia
Ms. Irene HO, firstname.lastname@example.org, for cooperation with Europe, excluding Germany
Application for the spring semester: October 30th
Application for the fall semester: April 30th
Application results will be sent to students and coordinators by email in late December/ late June.
A scanned copy of the Letter of Acceptance can be downloaded by applicants and by the coordinators of the home universities in late December / late June.
Note: Acceptance to the NTUST exchange students’ program cannot be guaranteed, as decisions on admission are made by faculty committees. Please do not arrange your flight tickets before you receive an official Letter of Acceptance from NTUST.
Please visit the website of the Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs for visa application, as soon as you receive your letter of Acceptance from NTUST.
Students are strongly recommended to apply for a visa (for study purposes) before arrival.