UniversityNational Taiwan University of Arts (NTUA)

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Introduction

Lastest release date: Oct 19, 2016

The last half a century of development at NTUA developed in parallel with Modern Taiwan Art History. Our institution now has the longest history of any art institution in Taiwan, as well as the most specialized fields of study.



In the early history of the school, many well-known and accomplished artists taught at NTUA, creating an entirely new environment in which the arts could develop. The masters who made up the first faculty team then produced countless new talent. A great number of famous directors have graduated from NTUA, including 78th Oscar Award Best Director Winner Ang Lee. And there have been countless musicians, artists and designers, too.



NTUA was established as the National School of Arts on October 31, 1955. In 1960, the name was changed to the National Academy of Arts, and then in August 1994 to the National College of Arts was established. The institution took on its present name on August 1, 2001. Education at our institution emphasizes humanistic thinking, creative production, theoretical analysis and hands-on practice. In terms of scope, education includes the local and the international, the avant garde and the traditional, the creative and the commercial, and the theoretical and the practical.



Our university is made up of five colleges which include the College of Fine Arts, the College of Design, the College of Communications, the College of Performing Arts, and the College of Humanities. In addition to day division undergraduate programs and graduate programs, there are also Extended Bachelor Degree Courses (evenings), two-year in-service BA programs, and in-service MA programs. The university employs about 300 staff members, 160 full-time faculty members, and 770 part-time teachers. The university is home to about 5000 students.

Campus

Our campus ought to cover an area of 9.67 hectares. However, since part of the campus has been occupied over the years by residences, the area available to the university is limited to a mere 6.01 hectares. Nonetheless, our institution is in the process of actively acquiring two hectares of this land, which will make our campus more spacious. In addition, the university has been lent about 2.7 hectares of disused government land which has become a Creative Cultural Industry Park and second campus.



Our campus is blessed with an intimate atmosphere conducive to the development of the arts. Famed architect Bo-seng Chen has been commissioned to help plan the campus, and a campus scenery design team has been appointed to increase the amount of greenery on the campus. Five green areas have been developed based on different themes which will make the campus more attractive to campus residents and visitors alike.

Getting Here

By Bus:

I. From the Airport
• By Driving:
Get to the Northern Way of the National Highway; then get down from the Tucheng Interchange and get on 3rd section of Chungyan Rd.; then get on Chunhua Rd.; then move to Yuanfu Rd.; then Huanhe Rd.; then the 2nd section of Daguan Rd.; then 1st section of Daguan Rd; then you’ll arrive NTUA.

• By Public Transportation:
Get the Airport Bus to Taipei Train Station, then transfer the MRT or trains to Banciao Train station. Transfer by the taxi or bus, 20minutes later you can arrive NTUA.

• By Public Transportation:
Get the Banciao Line of Dayou Bus to the Banciao Transport Corporation. Then transfer the taxi or bus, then you will arrive NTUA in about 20 minutes.



II. From Taipei Train Station
• By Driving:
From Chongqing South Rd. to the 2nd section, Roosevolt Rd.; then get on Ho-ping West Road, through section 1 and section 2; then get on the Meng-Jia Boulevard; get on the Huacui Bridge, then connect to the Sianmin Boulevard, from section 2 to section 1; then get on Guanqian West Rd., turning to. Daguan Rd, 1st section; then you will arrive NTUA.

• By Public Transportation:
Take the train or MRT to Banciao Station; then transfer Bus 701, 264, 702, Green 10, or taxi, you will arrive NTUA in 20 minutes.

• By Public Transportation:
Take the MRT to Fuzhong Station. Then transfer the taxi, you will arrive NTUA in 5 minutes.

Number 59,Section 1, Daguan Road, Banciao District, New Taipei City, Taiwan (R.O.C.) (22058)

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Office of International Affairs

Lastest release date: Oct 19, 2016

1. Responsible for the affairs of the academic cooperation agreement and sister schools.

2. Arrange exchange visits with sister schools and expand the affairs of international academic and culture exchange.

3. In charge of signing and implementing the cooperation agreement with foreign schools and academic research institutes.

4. Deal with the cross-strait academic and culture exchange.

5. Provide the information and consultation of study abroad.

6. Assist in preparations for receiving guests.

7. Assist foreign professors in applying for visas and residence permits; assist students in applying for visas, residence permits and studying in NTUA.

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+886-2-2272-2181 ext.1921

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+886-2-2969-4830

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International Affairs Center

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+886-2-2272-2181 ext.1921

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Lastest release date: Aug 21, 2017

Hit Program Title Field of Study Level Language
Department of Fine Arts Art BA Chinese
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Scholarships List

Lastest release date: Apr 07, 2011

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Foreign Student Scholarship of National Taiwan University of Arts graduated, undergraduated Study
Overseas Chinese Student Grant of National Taiwan University of Arts graduated, undergraduated Study
Overseas Chinese Student Scholarship of National Taiwan University of Arts graduated, undergraduated Study
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