Join us for a weekend of discovery and opportunities!

March 25 (Friday)- March 26 (Saturday), 2022 @ NTU

Open to select international students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program and an international high school in Taiwan, this two-day seminar hosted by National Taiwan University (NTU) is designed to enrich the cross-cultural and professional experiences of its participants.  Event highlights include talks and workshops brought to you by the university’s top academic programs, career services and international students. 

Organizer:  National Taiwan University Office of International Affairs

Location:  National Taiwan University

Application Requirements: 

  • University Students: International students currently enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program in Taiwan (Priority will be given to Year 1 & Year 2 students). 
    • Apply Online (Application Closed). Note: Please be ready to upload your complete academic transcript(s) from Year 1 onwards & a copy of your Student ID.
  • International High School Students: Grade 11 (juniors) who are non-R.O.C. citizens attending an international school in Taiwan. Admission is based on school recommendation only. Each school is invited to nominate up to 3 students. 

Primary language of instruction:  English

Application Dates:  February 25 (Thursday) – *March 13 (Sunday), 2022 (*Deadline extended)

Admission Decision: March 14 (Monday), 2022 via e-mail. Accepted applicants are to complete registration and payment within two days. Waitlisted applicants will be notified when an opening becomes available.

Fees:  NT$1,000 (Non-fundable except force majeure events)

Accommodation: Just Sleep Taipei Ximending Double/Triple Rooms

Event PDF: Download

Program Schedule

March 25 (Friday)

11:00Keynote Speech: “Modern AI is Not as Smart as It Seems”
Prof. Hung-Yi Lee
NTU Department of Electrical Engineering
13:30Campus Tour
16:30Workshop: “Smart and Sustainable City”
Prof. Shang-Hsien Hsieh, Department Chair
NTU Department of Civil Engineering
18:00Dinner and Ice Breaker Activities
20:00Check-in at Just Sleep Ximending

March 26 (Saturday)

09:30 Departure from Hotel to NTU
10:00Getting to Know NTU
10:30Workshop: “Economics is All About Institutions and Human Behavior”
Prof. Joseph Tao-yi Wang, Associate Department Chair
NTU Department of Economics
13:00International Student Panel Discussion/Showcase Presentation/Small Group Discussion
14:30Closing Ceremony

University Student Contact

Charles Wang

Global Affairs Manager, Office of International Affairs
Phone:02-33662007 x392

Interntional School Contact

Cody Yiu

Global Affairs Manager, Office of International Affairs
Phone:02-33662007 x393