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National Quemoy University

National Quemoy University(NQU) is committed to incorporate the local industrial development, and to preserve and promote indigenous cultural heritage. Nowadays, facing the challenges of Cross-Strait competition and globalization, NQU will strive to fulfil its role as a vital portal for academic, cultural, and educational exchange.


National Quemoy University was the very first higher educational institution established in Kinmen island, Taiwan. Kinmen is located between Taiwan and mainland China; it has been an important medium for Cross-Strait affairs. Kinmen is also the most important hometown for overseas Chinese and the origin of Minnan culture, which make it possible for Kinmen to apply for being a main location of World Heritage. National Quemoy University(NQU) aims to become a small but excellent university. The university is committed to incorporate the local industrial development, and to preserve and promote indigenous cultural heritage. Nowadays, facing the challenges of Cross-Strait competition and globalization, NQU will strive to fulfil its role as a vital portal for academic, cultural, and educational exchange.
For overseas Chinese students, NQU guarantees them the availability of student accommodation, and provides dormitory fee waiver and overseas student funding. Furthermore, the Kinmen County Government offers each student an annual allowance, transportation coupons each semester, and additional subsidy to tuition fees for overseas Kinmenese.

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Establish year : 2003

Type of institution : National University

Feature area : Arts and humanities, Engineering, manufacturing and construction, Health and social welfare, Business, administration and law

Contact : Office of International and Cross-Strait Affairs

Email | rdincn@email.nqu.edu.tw

TEL | +886-82-313734

Faculty : 269

Student : 4364

Undergraduate 4012

Graduate 299 International Students 53

Academics : 21

College 4 Department 17 Grad. Inst. 0