台灣大學校景

 

The predecessor of National Taiwan University (NTU), Taihoku Imperial University, was established in 1928. NTU’s substantial land holdings are offering students and teachers alike an ecologically diverse research environment. With a beautiful campus, a cultured atmosphere, a complete knowledge map, an extensive library collection, and technologically advanced facilities, NTU offers an attractive teaching and research environment. It may justly be called the most comprehensive research university in Taiwan.

台灣大學正門
NTU currently encompasses 11 colleges: Liberal Arts, Science, Social Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, Bioresources and Agriculture, Management, Public Health, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Law, and Life Science. It is made up of 56 departments, 112 institutes, 18 degree programs, over 50 international or university-level research centers, an experimental forest, and three affiliated hospitals. NTU has research expertise and course offerings in all major academic fields, including the natural sciences, the humanities, the social sciences, and the arts, which no other institution of higher learning in Taiwan can match, giving students a diversity of quality learning experiences.

 

臺灣大學一景
In recent years, NTU has promoted new learning models such as the Flipped Classroom (FC), Open Courseware (OCW), and Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs), integrating digital technology into pedagogy and expanding learning beyond the confines of the classroom and the textbook. NTU enjoys an excellent international reputation in both research and teaching. In 19 of the 22 academic fields in the Essential Science Indicators (ESI) database, scholars at NTU have produced academic papers listed as “most-cited.” NTU is also ranked in the top 100 institutions of higher learning in international indices. In the 2018 QS World University Rankings, for instance, NTU scored in the top 100 in 34 academic fields.