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Admission for Resident Students

Undergraduate ProgramˇG

  1. Admission via the joint college assigned-subject examination
    Students graduated from public or private high schools accredited by the Ministry of Education or having an equivalent education level may participate in the joint college assigned-subject examination sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Center. Students will be admitted into the undergraduate program based on their result of the examination and personal preferences.
  2. Admission by school recommendation and Admission by application
    "Admission by school recommendation" means graduating students from domestic high schools are recommended by their own schools. "Admission by application" means students graduating from domestic public or private high schools, and vocational high schools accredited by the Ministry of Education, or having an equivalent education level may apply for admission by application. Students of the both types above must take part in the subject competence test sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Center and meet the qualifications of the departments, and then pass the assigned subject tests given by the departments. The university will admit the student based on his or her order of personal preference into the undergraduate program through the standardized enrollment.
  3. Admission via the stars project
    Graduating students from the high schools on the list of the stars project can apply for admission via the stars project. The students must study in the same high school through completion and take part in the subject competence test sponsored by the University Admissions Testing Center and meet the qualifications of the departments.
  4. Admission via distinguished athletes program
    High-school or junior college graduates with proven athletic talent will be favorably screened for admission via the Distinguished High-school and Junior College Athletes Admission and Education Program.

Masterˇ¦s Program

Students who have obtained a Bachelorˇ¦s degree from a domestic university or independent college accredited by the Ministry of Education, or from a foreign university or college recognized by the Ministry of Education, or having an equivalent education level can apply for admissions to NTU masterˇ¦s degree programs.

Ph.D. Program

Students who have obtained a Masterˇ¦s degree from a domestic university or independent college accredited by the Ministry of Education, or from a foreign university or college recognized by the Ministry of Education, or having an equivalent education level can apply for admissions to NTU Ph.D degree programs. Graduating NTU undergraduate students or students in NTU masterˇ¦s programs who satisfy the qualifications for the direct admissions to Ph.D. programs can also apply for admissions to NTU Ph.D. programs.