Transfer Applications – International Undergraduate Students Open on Apr 7 (For September 2022 Entry)
Admitted transfer students will be considered 2nd year students upon enrollment at NTU, regardless of the number of academic years they had completed in their previous university.
Available Transfer Programs
Transfer applicants are not limited to programs similar to their current major. An applicant with an impressive application and strong motivations to pursue a different major will be considered for a program even if their current major is of a different field. (Please note that available programs found in the application system will be priortized over those found in the search available programs page. )
Transfer students can transfer up to 50 credits to NTU. Credit transfers/waivers have to be reviewed and approved by Office of Academic Affairs and relevant academic departments. Students should submit their credit transfer applications before the start of the semester (check the NTU Academic Calendar for exact dates). Approved transfer credit will be issued before the start of the academic year.
For further details about Credit Transfer Procedures, please reach out to the Office of Academic Affairs.
Dates & Deadlines
2022 September Entry
How to Apply
Our admission guidelines tell you everything you need to know about our admission procedures, and will guide you through your application. Be sure to read them carefully.
A personal statement helps us know more about an applicant and their qualities, strengths, skills, and experiences. We also encourage applicants to state why they are interested in a particular department.
An applicant’s study plans should provide an outline of the academic plans for their desired department, and can include expected academic progress at NTU, learning objectives, and future outlook.
Online Application System
Closed: 2022 September Entry (Transfer Students)
Application Period: April 7 (11:00AM) – April 25 (4:00PM), 2022
Domestic International Undergraduate Transfer Application Information