臺北市立大學 University of Taipei

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學校簡介 About Us

Why us

Established in 1895, the Oldest Public University in Taiwan and the only university affiliated to Taipei City, the capital of Taiwan.

The student-faculty ratio is 17: 1, which means that our students can be taken good care of by our faculty members.

We are a comprehensive university with the goals to innovate in urban affairs, develop international gold medalists, and establish a benchmark of teacher education.

We encourage international exchanges and cooperation with foreign teachers and students through the memorandum of understanding with partner universities all over the globe.

Our students can develop their abilities and accumulate their professional accomplishments through diversified learning activities and practical experiences. We also help students get certificates or licenses.

 

About us

University of Taipei was established in 1895. It is the oldest public university in Taiwan. It is also the only university affiliated to Taipei City, the capital of Taiwan. We have two campuses: Bo-Ai Campus and Tian-Mu Campus. Bo-Ai Campus is located in the center of Taipei City, which is also a political center of Taiwan. Tian-Mu Campus is very close to Yangmingshan National Park, which provide good resources for our students to explore.

UT has earned the ranking 301-400 in the 2021 THE University Impact Rankings and the ranking 401-450 in 2021 QS Asia University Rankings. UT was also evaluated by Global Views Monthly as Top 13 of the Best Universities in the fields of Liberal Arts, Social Science, Business and Law in Taiwan in 2020. In addition, over 70% of students obtained teacher certification in 2020, and our student athletes won 56 gold, 53 silver, and 41 bronze medals in National Intercollegiate Athletic Games 2020.

MoU, Exchange Student, Dual-degree

The purposes of the MoU, Exchange Student program and Dual-degree program are to promote academic exchange and international understanding by supporting intercultural activities between students of UT and our partner institutions. We have 194 partner universities in Asia Pacific, America, Europe, Middle East and Africa. UT would like to enrich its students’ understanding of different education systems as well as foreign cultures and it is a good opportunity for our students experiencing the education, culture and life when attending the student mobility programs.

Study Abroad/Winter Camp

UT offers diversified programs and even customizes courses and activities to meet the needs of students who attend study abroad programs or summer/winter camps. Those students will enjoy learning basic Chinese language, experiencing Chinese and Taiwanese cultures, and taking field trips to Taipei 101, night markets, the National Palace Museum, the Lungshan Temple of Manka, Tamsui Fisherman's Wharf, and Beitou Hot Springs.



系所介紹 Academics

UT offers programs in 27 departments and 25 graduate schools of 5 colleges. We seek to cultivate students’ abilities in one of the following fields: Education, Humanities & Arts, Science, Kinesiology, and City Management.

College of Education, College of Humanities and Arts, and College of Science are in the Bo-Ai Campus.

College of Education is an integral part of the University of Taipei. Continuously recognized as one of Taiwan’s top teacher training institutes, the College of Education continues to be a center for innovative research, teaching, and service projects of local, national, and international interest.

College of Humanities and Arts aims to excel in the study of languages, social sciences, as well as visual and performing arts. The vision is to become one of the most renowned centers of learning in Asia in research on humanities and arts, especially in research related to Chinese culture, languages, and elementary school teacher training. It also works towards developing cross-disciplinary initiatives to enhance dialogues and collaboration across humanities, arts and other fields of knowledge.

College of Science has applied much of their efforts to planning and updating the laboratories and other research facilities/equipment of their departments, and has thus created a very capable assemblage of science and technology education, research, and guidance for students. In the near future, the departments plan to coordinate with enterprises and also develop international cooperation. The departments are also actively involved in forming expert teams for scientific and technological education and research.

College of Kinesiology and College of City Management are in the Tian-Mu Campus. College of Kinesiology provides high-level training for students specialized in sports, aiming to develop elite athletes and coaches, PE teachers at all levels of schools, and researchers in kinesiology. College of City Management has been devoted to urban industrial management & marketing, health & welfare, and urban development, serving as a bridge between the central and local governments and as a think tank for the governments on urban and rural planning.





收費標準 Fees

* The following tuition rates are for reference only. Tuition and incidental fees are subject to change annually. (There are two semesters in each academic year.)

Tuition and Incidental Fees Per Semester

Bachelor

  1. College of Education NT$45,700 (≒US$1,600)
  2. College of Humanities and Arts NT$45,700 (≒US$1,600)
  3. College of Science NT$53,200 (≒US$1,820)
  4. College of Kinesiology NT$53,550 (≒US$1,830)
  5. College of City Management NT$53,550 (≒US$1,830)
     

Master

  1. College of Education NT$45,100 (≒US$1,540)
  2. College of Humanities and Arts NT$45,100 (≒US$1,540)
  3. College of Science NT$52,700 (≒US$1,800)
  4. College of Kinesiology NT$54,000 (≒US$1,850)
  5. College of City Management NT$54,000 (≒US$1,850)

 

PhD

  1. College of Education NT$46,300 (≒US$1,580)
  2. College of Humanities and Arts NT$46,300 (≒US$1,580)
  3. College of Science NT$54,000(≒US$1,850)
  4. College of Kinesiology NT$54,000 (≒US$1,850)
  5. College of City Management NT$54,000 (≒US$1,850)

 

Program

Currency

College of Education

College of Humanities and Arts

College of Science

College of Kinesiology

College of City Management

Undergraduate

NT$

45,700

45,700

53,200

53,550

53,550

≒US$

1,700

1,700

1,900

1,910

1,910

≒IDR$

29,000,000

29,000,000

33,700,000

33,900,000

33,900,000

Master’s

NT$

45,100

45,100

52,700

54,000

54,000

≒US$

1,650

1,650

1,800

2,000

2,000

≒IDR$

28,600,000

28,600,000

33,400,000

34,200,000

34,200,000

PhD

NT$

46,300

46,300

54,000

54,000

54,000

≒US$

1,650

1,650

2,000

2,000

2,000

≒IDR$

29,400,000

29,400,000

34,200,000

34,200,000

34,200,000

 

Accommodation Fee Per Semester

  1. Bo-Ai Campus Accommodation: six-bed room NT$5,500 (≒US$200/per person)
  2. Tian-Mu Campus Accommodation: four-bed room - NT$10,000 (≒US$350/per person), six-bed room - NT$8,500 (≒US$300/per person)


獎學金 Scholarships

Scholarship-Taiwan Government Scholarships

  • MOE (Ministry of Education) Taiwan Scholarship
  • Waiver of tuition and certain fees. A monthly stipend of NT$15,000 (≒US$480) for undergraduate program students, and NT$20,000 (≒US$650) for postgraduate students.
  • The MOE will pay up to NTD 40,000(≒US$1,300) per semester for each recipient’s approved tuition and miscellaneous expenses.
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  • MOFA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Taiwan Scholarship
  • Scholarship recipients will be given a monthly stipend of NT$25,000 (≒US$800) for the LEP (Language Enrichment Program) and NT$30,000 (≒US$970) for degree programs. Recipients are responsible for all expenses during their stay in Taiwan. MOFA will not provide any other subsidies. MOFA will, however, provide recipients with one-way, economy-class plane tickets for direct flights to and from Taiwan.
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  • MOST (Ministry of Science and Technology) Taiwan Scholarship
  • The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) Scholarship Program provides each scholarship recipient with a NT$30,000 (≒US$970) monthly allowance for the duration of their study, 2 years for master’s programs and 3 years for doctoral programs.

 

UT Grants for International Students

  • Entrance grants
  • Grants recipients in a doctoral or master’s program may receive up to a total of NT$120,000 (≒US$3,870) ; grants recipients in an undergraduate program may receive up to a total of NT$80,000 (≒US$2,580).
  • Students may receive grants for up to two semesters after their first registration at the university. Grant recipients must pass eligibility review for the Grant for Current/Returning Students upon completing their first semester, in order to receive a grant for their second semester. The Review Committee may adjust grant amounts based on the recipient’s circumstances.
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  • Grants for current/returning students
  • Grant recipients in doctoral or master’s programs may receive up to NT$60,000 per semester; recipients in undergraduate programs may receive up to NT$50,000 per semester.
  • * Grants recipients described must help University programs promote internationalization and provide a total of 120 hours of service.


聯絡方式 Contact Us

University of Taipei

Office of International Affairs

Address:

Bo-Ai campus: No. 1, Aiguo West Road, Taipei 10048, Taiwan (R.O.C)

Tian-mu campus: No.101, Sec. 2, Jhongcheng Rd., Shilin Dist., Taipei 11153, Taiwan (R.O.C)

Tell: +886-2-23113040 ext.8664

E-mail: hueifen@go.utaipei.edu.tw

Websites:

Office of International Affairs

Admission Brochure

Admission Division