National Taiwan University Information
Located in Taipei city the National Taiwan University (NTU – 國立臺灣大學) was first established in 1928. It is a public institution and is currently headed by its president Si-Chen Lee. The university offers over 100 different kinds of degrees.
The National Taiwan University ranking is number 10 in Asia in the University Review List. Similarly ranked colleges include Tsinghua University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Hokkaido University. Other Taiwanese colleges include National Tsing Hua University, National Chiao Tung University, National Yang Ming University and National Cheng Kung University.
The university is split into eleven major colleges; these cover the following major topic areas: Bio-resource and Agriculture; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Engineering; Law; Liberal Arts; Life Science; Management; Medicine; Public Health; Science; and Social Science. Being a large university National Taiwan is spread across a large area and has six campuses and three research stations. The main campus is located on Roosevelt Road in Taipei.
Over the years the National Taiwan University has amassed an enviable list of alumni and associated faculty; these include the nobel prize winners Lee Yuan-tseh and Andrew Yao. Other notable people include presidents and premiers of Taiwan such as Teng-hui lee, Ying-jeou Ma and Frank Hsieh; entertainers such as Wakin Chau and Alec Su; and academics such as Ying-Shih Yu, Jin Au Kong, Yu-Chong Tai and Jang Yen Wu.
National Taiwan University Address
Ranking and Quick Facts
Motto: Integrity, Diligence, Patriotism and Philanthropy
|University world Ranking – Times 200 (UK)||
|University world Ranking – Jiaotong 500 (China)||
151 to 204
19 to 24
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Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning,Association of Pacific Rim Universities