National Tsing Hua University
|English Name:||National Tsing Hua University|
|Address:||No. 101, Section 2, Kuang-Fu Road|
National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) was first established in Beijing, China in 1911 and re-established in Hsinchu, Taiwan in 1956. On the 1st of November 2016, NTHU merged with the National Hsinchu University of Education (NHCUE).
NTHU is located in Hsinchu, a city 72 kilometers south of Taipei. The campus covers an area over 136.06 hectares (366.02 acres) of scenic land and is strategically situated among many prestigious research institutes and universities such as: the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, National Center for High-Performance Computing, Food Industry Research and Development Institute, National Chiao Tung University, Chung Hua University, and the Hsinchu Science-Based Industrial Park.
Currently, NTHU has 10 colleges, 26 departments, 27 graduate institute as well as 10 independent master and doctoral programs. The ten colleges are: Colleges of Science, Engineering, Nuclear Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, Life Science, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; and the College of Technology Management, College of Education, College of Arts and the Tsing Hua Residential College. As of the Fall Semester of 2016, NTHU employs over eight hundred faculty members and enrolls 16,547 students, among them 9,006 are undergraduates, 5,808 in the master programs and 1,736 in the doctoral programs. The student-faculty ratio is 20.48: 1, while the male to female student ration is at 2.1: 1.
NTHU emphasizes interdisciplinary approach. In addition to upholding basic education, our undergraduate programs are designed to maximize flexibility as well as integration. Students are encouraged to cross disciplinary boundary to pursue their minor or double-major degrees programs.
To be admitted to NTHU’s undergraduate program, most students need to pass the college entrance examination. Others with special qualifications, however, may be admitted through various admission schemes. International students can apply directly to the Office of Global Affairs.
For the master programs, student must have a baccalaureate degree and pass an entrance examination administered by various Institutes. Outstanding students may be directly admitted through a special and competitive selection process. The same is true for those wishing to be admitted to the doctoral programs.
There are around 150 student-run clubs, including various common interest organizations such as craft and skill, music and entertainment, service, art and sports. The university has excellent recreational and sport facilities, such as gymnasium, swimming pools, various kinds of ball courts, track and field. There are, in addition, 27 student dormitories with a maximum capacity to house 8,165 students on our campus. Many faculty members also live on campus and creating an integrated university community where students and faculty members can interact outside of classroom and laboratory.
Advanced Light Source Technology
Bachelor of School of Technology and Management
Bachelor Program of The College of Engineering
Bachelor Program of The College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Bachelor Program of The College of Science
Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences
Computer Science and Information Engineering
Engineering and System Science
Foreign Languages And Literature
Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Materials Science and Engineering
Power Mechanical Engineering
Advanced Light Source Technology
Bioinformatics and Structural Biology
Industrial R & D Master Program
Information Systems and Applications
International Professional MBA Program (Imba)
Law For Science and Technology
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Nuclear Engineering and Science
Optoelectronics Technology Industry R & D Master Program