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National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan (Outgoing Program)
Home to approximately 6 million residents, Taipei is the thriving economic, political, and cultural center of Taiwan. Get your cultural fix by visiting Chiang-Kai Shek Memorial Hall, the National Taiwan Museum, and Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, and then head out and sample the local fare at one of the many night markets or roadside food vendors. For lovers of the outdoors hike up to the top of Elephant Mountain for an unforgettable view of the city or travel further afield Yangmingshan National Park and climb one of the many peaks.
In order to have an idea of what classes are available, you should visit the National Taiwan University website. Visiting students also have access to the NTU General Chinese Language course which is offered at several different levels.
You will need to be sure that you are registered as a full time student according to both NTU and Rutgers University. That means you will need to take at least 12 credits each semester. It is not possible to take classes as not-for-credit or pass/fail.
For information about Study Abroad credit transfer, registration, and transcripts please visit the Academics section of our website.
Fall Semester: Early September – Mid-January
Spring Semester: Early February – Late June
To view the current academic calendar, please visit the NTU web page.
*All dates are subject to change. Do not book your flight until you have been accepted by the university and the academic dates have been confirmed.
Accommodations and Meals
Visiting/Exchange students are normally placed in shared bedrooms in the International Youth Center or the Prince House dorms. The dormitories are located about a 7 minute walk from campus. Most buildings have communal lounges and kitchen facilities. However, with the low cost of meals in Taipei many students choose to take their meals on-campus or in the area.
For more information on housing options, please visit the NTU Visiting Student handbook.
Program Cost: 2016-2017
For more information about the additional Non-Billable Expenses please click on the Budget Sheet links near the top of this page.
For more information about Finances, including information about Financial Aid please visit the Finances Section of our website.
As part of your preparation to apply for this study abroad program, please familiarize yourself with the Rutgers Study Abroad withdrawal policy.
Students are also encouraged to start researching Scholarship opportunities as early as possible. You may find the following scholarships applicable to this program.
Center for Global Education Scholarships- Available to all Rutgers students participating in a Center for Global Education program during the fall/spring/academic year/summer. Applications will be released to students after their acceptance and are reviewed on a first-completed basis. For more information please visit the Scholarship section of our website.
Benjamin A. Gilman Study Abroad Scholarships- Available to study abroad students who receive a Pell Grant. For more information about the scholarship and additional eligibility requirements please visit the Gilman website.
Please also visit the Scholarships section of our website for additional information about Rutgers and National Scholarships.