國立臺灣藝術大學 National Taiwan University of Arts

http://international.ntua.edu.tw




學校簡介 About Us

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NTUA was founded on Oct. 31, 1955, as the National Taiwan School of Arts. In 1960,

it was re-named as the National Taiwan Academy of Arts, and then the National

Taiwan College of Arts in 1994. The institution took on its present name on August 1,

2001. With its long history and specialized disciplines, NTUA virtually holds the key

position in arts education of Taiwan.

Education at our institution emphasizes humanistic thinking, creative production,

theoretical analysis and hands-on practice. In terms of scope, education includes the

local and the international, the avant garde and the traditional, the creative and the

commercial, and the theoretical and the practical.

Our Exhibition

NTUA has plenty exhibition venues. The campus itself acts as art exhibition space,

as sculptures and exquisitely designed garden scenery can be found wherever you

go. The university’s art museum is a venue for permanent and special art exhibitions.

Other exhibition spaces include the International Exhibition Hall, Dahan Gallery

Daguan Gallery, Zhenshanmei Gallery, and Xinxiang Gallery, and the gallery space

in the Department of Fine Arts. The exhibition of diverse art works on campus greatly

enhances student opportunities to study and appreciate art.

Our Art Industry

NTUA promotes the art industry through extensive cooperation with industry. It has

established a unique Cultural and Creative Industry Park, which houses many related

businesses and Artists-in-Residence. With this strategy and facility the university is

able to provide students with workshop space to learn about and create art works

which involve sculpture, glass works, metal works, lacquer works, and multimedia

production. The NTUA Gallery also provides an internship mechanism for art industry

operation and management.

Our Performance

To strive toward professional standards of teaching and learning in performance arts,

NTUA combines academic fields with the market function of the art industry.

Students from the Departments of Dance, Music, Chinese Music, and Drama

participate in officially established performance groups such as the Daguan Dance

Troupe, the Daguan Orchestra, the Daguan Chinese Music Group, and the Daguan

Theatre Group. The university’s well-equipped performance halls also provide these

groups with the best possible performance venues.

Our Distinguished Alumni

National Taiwan University of Arts has many distinguished alumni at home and abroad:

78th & 85th Oscar-winning director Ang Lee, director Hou Hsiao-Hsien, designer Tsai Erh-Ping, and many more. The success of our alumni is a great source of pride to NTUA, and testament to the quality arts education the institution offers.

 



系所介紹 Academics

Our Programs of Study

14 undergraduate and 26 graduate programs in

Fine Arts, Design, Communications, Performing Arts, and Humanities.

 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

 

Tel : +886-2-22722181 ext.2002

Fax: +886-2-89697535

E-Mail: fac@ntua.edu.tw

https://www.ntua.edu.tw/en/aboutus1_101.aspx

 

The College of Fine Arts embraces both tradition and innovation. Students study art theory from both the East and the West, and value local characteristics while developing global views. The college strives to make use of technology, to incorporate international information, and to encourage students to create an original style. The college actively recruits outstanding teachers with specialized and rich work experience to join our faculty. The College of Fine Arts is a strong supporter of the creative and cultural industries.

 

Academic exchange and international academic seminars are strongly encouraged. Each department regularly holds school anniversary art exhibitions, teacher and student art exhibitions, academic seminars and international academic panels. Our college also organizes a series of master academic lectures for prominent guests. We also hold large foundation and entrepreneur commissioned competitions.

 

The College of Fine Arts has four departments: Fine Arts, Painting and Calligraphy Arts, Sculpture, and Architecture Art Conservation, offering bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs of study.

 

Undergraduate Programs /

  • BFA Fine Arts
  • BFA Painting and Calligraphy Arts
  • BFA Sculpture
  • BA Architecture Art Conservation

 

Graduate Programs /

  • MFA Fine Arts
  • MFA Painting and Calligraphy Arts
  • MFA Printmaking
  • MA Plastic Arts
  • MFA Sculpture
  • MFA Architecture Art Conservation
  • PhD Contemporary Visual Culture
  • PhD Painting and Calligraphy Arts

 

 

COLLEGE OF DESIGN

 

Tel : +886-2-22722181 ext.2201,2202

Fax: +886-2-89697520

E-Mail: design@ntua.edu.tw

https://www.ntua.edu.tw/en/aboutus1_102.aspx

 

The College of Design of NTUA was officially founded as our school system was reformed on the 1st of August 2001. From then on, the College of Design has become one of the five official colleges of NTUA.

 

At present, our college includes three departments for both undergraduate and graduate programs, which are the Department of Visual Communication Design, the Department of Crafts and Design, and the Department of Multimedia and Animation Arts, and a Graduate School of Creative Industry Design which offers doctoral

degree program.

 

Our college is the only one among universities of arts in Taiwan combining the practice-model and the research-model features with a complete educational system for arts and design.

 

The academic excellence of our college has attracted some of the best teachers and students around the world to learn and research together. Additionally, we strive to connect and reinforce the exchanges between academic, research, industrial fields as well as policies, accumulating the accomplishment of teaching and research of a

variety of disciplines, such as fine arts, design, science, management, information technology, etc. Thus, our college has gained a solid foundation for interdisciplinary and integrative studies.

 

Our college keeps the principles that teaching and researching should be regarded as equally important and that we should help students develop their virtue in order to cohere to our university’s motto “Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.” With our long traditions and professions in the fine arts field, keeping the concept of “humanity-centeredness for the base, humanities for the body of concept, and creativity for the application of expressions,” we aim to train our students to become professional designers who possess humanity, sense, and sensibility.

 

 

Undergraduate Programs /

  • BFA Visual Communication Design
  • BFA Crafts and Design
  • BFA Multimedia and Animation Arts

 

Graduate Programs /

  • MFA Visual Communication Design
  • MFA Crafts and Design
  • MFA Animation Arts
  • MFA New Media Arts
  • PhD Creative Industry Design

 

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATIONS

 

Tel : +886-2-22722181 ext.5001

Fax: +886-2-89697522

E-Mail: com@ntua.edu.tw

https://www.ntua.edu.tw/en/aboutus1_103.aspx

 

The College of Communications is a combination of arts, communication media and technology. Compared with the other communications colleges in other universities in Taiwan, our college emphasizes artistic expression in course content, and integrates other facets of society such as humanism and information.

 

There are three departments in the college of communications: Graphic Communication Arts, Radio and Television, and Motion Picture. Technology and art is directly combined in our college. Motion picture, printing, photography, and television programming are all art creations founded on a good command of technological tools. The establishment of the graduate school of Applied Media Arts was the direct fruit of such an approach, as it became the first graduate program in Taiwan to combine art aesthetics and the production of motion pictures and

television programs. The Doctor of Philosophy in Creative Video and Digital Media Industries was established in 2017, with an aim to nuture high-level talents in the field of international communications.

 

Students are educated in small groups. We particularly emphasize interaction between teachers and students and stress the importance of maintaining a free and open study culture.

 

Undergraduate Programs /

  • BFA Graphic Communication Arts
  • BA Radio and Television
  • BFA Motion Picture

 

Graduate Programs /

  • MFA Graphic Communication Arts
  • MFA Radio and Television
  • MA/MFA Applied Media Arts
  • MFA Motion Picture
  • PhD Creative Video and Digital
  • Media Industries

 

COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS

 

Tel : +886-2-22722181 ext.2501

Fax: +886-2-89697530

E-Mail: pfa@ntua.edu.tw

https://www.ntua.edu.tw/en/aboutus1_104.aspx

 

In accordance with the university charter, five colleges were established when this institution officially became a university on August 1, 2001. The College of Performing Arts consists of Department of Drama (including the Master of Performing Arts, formerly known as the Institute of Performing Arts), Department of Music, Department of Chinese Music, Department of Dance and Ph.D. Program of Performing Arts. This makes our college the most complete college of performing arts in Taiwan.

 

Our college is committed to staying at the forefront of performance art research in the 21st Century, and to making the college a performing arts center in Taiwan. The curriculum in the College of Performing Arts is a combination of both the theoretical and practical. The departments encourage interaction between the rural areas in the country, and organize various activities and events in the countryside. In addition to the practical realities of performance, academic research and theoretical education make up a major part of education in our college.

 

Undergraduate Programs /

  • BA Drama
  • BM Music
  • BFA Chinese Music
  • BFA Dance

Graduate Programs /

  • MA Drama
  • MA Performing Arts
  • MM Music
  • MA Chinese Music
  • MFA Dance
  • PhD Performing Arts

 

 

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES

 

Tel : +886-2-22722181 ext.2402

Fax: +886-2-89697520

E-Mail: hc@ntua.edu.tw

https://www.ntua.edu.tw/en/aboutus1_105.aspx

 

The College of Humanities cultivates art workers and researchers with global views and humanistic values. Such a focus will promote international-local communication and integrate professional art education and multiculturalism.

 

Education in the College of Humanities aims to combine art education, the latest information trends, and daily life aesthetics, while maintaining a balance between local and international humanities and art education.

 

The college has three graduate institutes and three educational centers: Graduate School of Arts Management and Cultural Policy, Graduate School of Arts and Humanities Instruction, Overseas In-service Master’s Program of Cross-disciplinary Arts in Macau, General Educational Center, Teacher Education Center, Research

Center of Chinese Arts. It acts as an integrated platform for artistic creation and research, and supplies teaching resources to the four professional art colleges. Theory courses emphasize both qualitative and quantitative research which helps bridge the gap between the practice of art and art theory.

 

Graduate Programs /

  • MA Arts Management and Cultural Policy
  • MEd Arts and Humanities Instruction
  • PhD Arts Management and Cultural Policy

 

 

Overseas In-service Master's Program of Cross-disciplinary Arts in Macau

In our integrative art education, music education and performing arts education, our curriculum adopts visual, auditory and kinesthetic instructions to achieve theoretical constructs and educational goals such as the exploration, expression, appreciation, understanding, practice as well as application of arts and humanities.

 

Research Center of Chinese Arts

Established in 2014, the Research Center of Chinese Arts responds the needs of promoting Taiwan studies at the international level. This center aims to bring the local culture closer to the world. It helps international scholars carry out research in Taiwan. In addition, it holds seminars, lectures, and exhibitions to provide people with a profound introduction of Chinese and Taiwanese art works as well as art history.

 

Application Information

 

ONLINE APPLICATION

http://international.ntua.edu.tw

 

QUALIFICATION

1. You can apply as an international student if you

a) do not have the nationality of Republic of China

b) are not citizen of Mainland China, or Hong Kong or Macau

c) are not considered overseas Chinese

d) have never been expelled by a university or college in the Republic of China

2. Must have Chinese listening, speaking, reading and writing abilities

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Step 1. Make sure you are eligible to apply as an international student

Step 2. Make sure the programme that you intend to apply for accepts international students

Step 3. Apply online and submit required documents

 

APPLICATION PERIOD

December 15 – February 15 annually

 

ACADEMIC YEAR

Fall/First Semester: Mid-September to Mid-January

Spring/Second Semester: Late February to Late June

 



收費標準 Fees

Program

Item

Amount

Note

Bachelor

Tuition

NTD 54,000

 

Individual courses

NTD 10,470

Music & Chinese Music Students

Major

NTD 12,330

Music & Chinese Music Departments

Minor

NTD 6,165

Masters

Tuition

NTD 12,180

 

Credit Fee

NTD 5,000

According to credits you choose

Major

NTD 14,310

Music & Chinese Music Students

Thesis

3 credits

Counted in second year

Ph.D

Tuition

NTD 12,180

 

Credit fee

NTD 5,000

According to credits you choose

Thesis

3 credits

Counted in second year

 

*All fees are based on NT dollars (NT$).

All fees are subject to change.

 

DORMITORIES

Undergraduate - Cost per person (4-person room):

  • NT$9,500 each semester
  • NT$2,375 winter vacation
  • NT$4,750 summer vacation

 

Graduate - Cost per person (2-person room):

  • NT$11,000 each semester
  • NT$2,750 winter vacation
  • NT$5,500 summer vacation

* Room will be automatically reserved for new international students.



獎學金 Scholarships

National Taiwan University of Arts Scholarship for International Students:

Students can apply for this scholarship after one semester of study at NTUA on the basis of their academic

merits and financial needs. For information on scholarship regulations, please check:

http://international.ntua.edu.tw

 

Scholarship:

International students may apply for this scholarship offered by our government. For detailed information,

please visit: https://international.ntua.edu.tw/article/detail/webSN/247/sn/975

 

*International Exchange

International candidates should apply through the international office of their universities.

Application Period:

March 1 – April 15 / for Fall Semester (Mid-September to Mid-January)

September 1 – October 15 / for Spring Semester (Late February to Late June)

 

For the most updated information, please visit Office of International Affairs’ website: http://international.ntua.edu.tw

 



聯絡方式 Contact Us

WHY NTUA

First and oldest art university in Taiwan

Most comprehensive art university in Taiwan

Best choice for art university in Taiwan

Scholarships for international students

On-campus housing for international students

Our Location

In Banqiao district, the city seat of New Taipei City, in the western part

of Taipei basin, Taiwan.

Conveniently connected with downtown Taipei by multiple public

transportation services in Banqiao: railway, MRT, high speed railway, and

dozens of bus lines.

Ten minutes from NTUA to Banqiao Train/MRT/HSR/Bus stations by taxi

About 60 minutes from Banqiao Bus station to Taoyuan International Airport.

Office of International Affairs

National Taiwan University of Arts

Tel: +886-2-2272-2181 ext.1924

Fax: +886-2-8965-3410

Web: international.ntua.edu.tw

E-mail: international@ntua.edu.tw

Address: No. 59, Sec. 1, Daguan Rd., Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City 22058, Taiwan (R.O.C.)