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Contents 2009/10

I.Why NTUT?
/01 A Prestigious University with Glorious History /02 Create Your Future with Us at NTUT!

II. Academic Programs


/05 Colleges and Departments for 2008 Academic Year /08 English Taught Graduate Programs (Master Degree and PhD Degree)

III.Student Life
/27 Accommodation and Living Costs /29 International Students Cultural Trip and Activity Kaleidoscope /31 Resources for Learning and Student Support /32 Career Service and Alumni

IV.Admission
/34 Reference for Tuition /36 Scholarship /38 Useful Contact information /39 Application Procedure and Guideline

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Why NTUT ?
I have been compelled by a deep sense of responsibility to lead and develop the University into an internationally renowned and technologically innovative flagship of higher academic institutions.
-- Dr. Tsu-Tian Lee, President of NTUT

A Prestigious University with a Glorious History


National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) was established in 1912. With long-standing history and experience in education, it devotes to cultivation of technical professionals. Alumni of the NTUT have contributed greatly to the economic development of Taiwan and won wide praise from businesses of all industries. NTUT ranks at the top amongst over 150 colleges and universities in Taiwan, and was voted number two as the most preferred college by graduating students in 1994 and 1996. To promote advanced and high-tech academic research, to foster more professionals with high-quality skills, and to reach the goal of becoming a comprehensive university of technology, National Taipei University of Technology will set up more masters degree programs as well as Ph.D. programs.

Why NTUT ?

Create Your Future with Us at NTUT!



Lee Seung Hoon Department of Civil Engineering (Bachelor Degree)

The multiculturalism at the NTUT is great. In Department of industrial Design, you need to enjoy making things work, whether its getting a design completed and verified, solving a problem or thinking about how to make the things look good and functional, is great to work with some equipment in the Workshop. Working hard is essential but you also need to enjoy what you do. I was fortunate, as an outdoors-orientated person, to find myself in this country and amongst people who help me to feel like at home. In my first semester I met my classmates and I was feeling very welcome; now I've had a great experience here, sharing with Taiwanese people and learning about their customs and ideas. Academically, my host department is oriented more practically orientated than I was used to, which was a challenging but worthwhile learning experience.
Edgar Jonathan Juarez Department of Industrial Design (Bachelor Degree)

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Why NTUT ?


Nguyen Kim Cuc Department of Business Management (Bachelor Degree)

When I started looking for universities in Taiwan, lucky me! I found NTUT which is the best and prestigious university I like and cherish so far. Why? Because this environment is like a home to me, because the school have got so many African students that I really feel comfortable at any time. Beside, all the school staff and the office ladies are always willing to help when you need them. I like NTUT and I will always recommend it to my friends back home when they ask for better university to study aboard.
Mira Department of Business Management (Bachelor Degree)

This is my first time living and studying abroad. Its a big challenge for me. One of my handicaps is the language because I havent learned enough Chinese before I came to Taiwan. But with the help of my friends, now I enjoy living and studying in NTUT, Taiwan. NTUT has a good academic atmosphere and friendly people. The teachers in NTUT have professional experience in industries so they can direct the students with industrial related application of the theories they learned in class. I think this is a big advantage for students in NTUT, Taiwan.
Abraham Mario Tapilouw Graduate Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (Doctoral Degree)

Why NTUT ?

(NTUT)
Department of Electronic Engineering (Bachelor Degree)

NTUT is a great place and also in the department of industrial engineering. You just need to study hard and enjoy the student life. I remember my first day in NTUT when I met my classmates and my teachers I was feeling so happy. At the same time I was surprised because my new classmates try to speak with me in Chinese, English, and some were trying to speak to me in Spanish. NTUT is a very good university and I encouraging you guys to come to study at NTUT.
Department of Industrial engineering (Bachelor Degree)

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Academic Programs

Colleges and Departments for 2008 Academic Year


All regular courses are mostly conducted in Chinese

College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering Department of Vehicle Engineering B B/M

Department of Energy and Refrigerating Air-conditioning B/M/D Engineering Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Engineering Graduate Institute of Manufacturing Technology Graduate Institute of Automation Technology Graduate Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (1)Division of Mechanical Engineering / Manufacturing Technology (2)Division of Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering (3)Division of Vehicle Engineering / Automation Technology
Note: B=Bachelor, M=Master. D=Doctoral degrees

M M M

College of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Electronic Engineering Graduate Institute of Computer and Communication B/M/D B M/D

B/M/D Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering Department of Electro-Optical Engineering
Note: B=Bachelor, M=Master. D=Doctoral degrees

B/M/D

Academic Programs

College of Engineering Department of Civil Engineering Graduate Institute of Civil and Disaster Prevention Engineering Department of Molecular Science and Engineering Graduate Institute of Organic Polymeric Materials Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology Graduate Institute of Chemical Engineering Department of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering Graduate Institute of Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Institute of Mineral Resources Engineering Graduate Institute of Biotechnology Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering and Management Graduate Institute of Engineering Technology (1)Division of Civil and Disaster Prevention Engineering / Environmental Planning and Management (2)Division of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (3)Division of Organic Polymeric Materials / Materials Science and Engineering / Mineral Resources Engineering
Note: B=Bachelor, M=Master. D=Doctoral degrees

B M B M/D B M B M M M

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College of Management Department of Business Management Graduate Institute of Commerce Automation and Management Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Graduate Institute of Industrial and Business
Note: B=Bachelor, M=Master. D=Doctoral degrees

B M B/M/D D

College of Design Department of Architecture Graduate Institute of Architecture and Urban Design Department of Industrial Design Graduate Institute of Innovation and Design Graduate Institute of Design Graduate Institute of Interactive Media Design
Note: B=Bachelor, M=Master. D=Doctoral degrees

B M B M D M

College of Humanities and Social Sciences /Department of Applied English Graduate Institute of Technological and Vocational Education
Note: B=Bachelor, M=Master. D=Doctoral degrees

B/M M/D

Academic Programs

English Taught Graduate Master Programs (1)


National Taipei University of Technology (Academic Year 2009) International Graduate Program of Institute of Vehicle Engineering

Program Overview
The International Graduate Program of Institute of Vehicle Engineering (VE) is designed specifically for international students. It provides M.S. program study. The Ph.D. program is included in Graduate Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (IMEE). A lot of courses are taught with English in IMEE. Financial support could be conditionally granted. The program aims to provide vocational and academic development for potential engineers and researchers for the fields of Vehicle design and analysis, Vehicle advanced power and energy, and Vehicle Mechatronic control systems.

Why NTUT VE
National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT), located in central Taipei City, was founded in 1911. It devotes to cultivate technical professionals and boss of enterprise. With long-standing history and reputation in Taiwan educational circles, NTUT was voted around top six of the most preferred college each year by Taiwans leading 1000 hightech companies. Alumni of the NTUT have contributed greatly to the economic development of Taiwan and won wide praise from business and industry companies. It ranks at the top level amongst over 150 colleges and universities in Taiwan. NTUT VE has outstanding research activities in Vehicle engineering related fields. We are the most famous Vehicle Engineering Institute in Taiwan.

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The research fields of Vehicle engineering include and not limited to: Advanced Vehicular Power system Internal Combustion Engine & Mechatronic systems Advanced Vehicle Safety Vibration and Noise Control Intelligent Vehicle Systems and Advanced Vehicle Control Vehicle Dynamics and Mechanism Vehicle Transmission, manufacture and analysis These majors are among the most demanding professional expertise in the vehicle job market. Students are accompanied by mentors to help them settle in their new surroundings, social activities and help in all administrative matters. We cordially invite you to join us.

Qualifications and Applications


A Qualifications: M.S. graduate program: Applicants must be graduates of universities or independent colleges who have received a B.S. (Bachelor) degree or academic credentials equivalent to B.S. degree in Mechanical or Electrical engineering or other equiva lent academic fields. Numbers of international graduate students are: 1 6 per year. B. When submitting an application, the following documents are required:
Application Study

form

Plan

Official academic records (e.g. diplomas and transcripts) from each

undergraduate or post graduate institution you have attended


Two letters of recommendation Score

of TOFEL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required

for applicants whose native language is not English. Additional supporting documents such as the score of GRE Subject Test, research reports, and awards may be submitted as well.

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C. Application deadline: April 30th, 2009. D. Application fee: None. E. For details, please refer to the website at: http://www.ntut.edu.tw/~wwwve/english/index.htm

Degree Reqirements
M.S. program in Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering (VE) : 1. Period of Study a. Time required to complete the degree ranges from 1 to 4 years, depending on the progress of the student. b.Student, who has published papers on SCI, SSCI, TSSCI, EI, or others with the equivalent level during the period of study, can apply for early graduation.Students must publish at least one paper in a conference / workshop proceeding or receive an invention patent. 2. Master students are required to complete a master thesis. 3. Thesis Advisor a.Student has to declare a thesis advisor before the first week of the second semester. b.The thesis advisor has to be a full-time faculty from the Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering. 4.Course Requirement Master students enrolled in Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering will require minimum of 32 credits. Students have to fulfill the following criteria in order to graduate: a.2 credits of seminar course taken from the Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering or College of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering for two semesters. b.6 credits of thesis taken from the Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering.

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c. At least 6 credits (2 courses) are taken from the Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering, and 18 credits (6 courses) are taken from the Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering or any other Graduate Institutes in the College of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, or other graduate level courses offered by National Taipei University of Technology, National Taiwan University, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology or other universities approved by the thesis advisor of the student. These selected courses need be approved by the student thesis advisor and the chairman of the Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering.

Curriculum
The curriculum and courses selection arrangement are dependent on graduate student research interesting. Students can discuss with adviser for making appropriate selection from the available courses of the five Graduate Institutes in the College of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering. Based on previous experience, current research requirement and future aspirations of participants should be taken into account in consulting with the corresponding course professor and the adviser. The graduate course names of the College of Mechanical & Electrical Engineering for this program are listed as the following. The detail information of each course can be searched from our five Graduate Institutes websites: Graduate Institute of Mechatronics Engineering (IME) Engineering Analysis Control System Experimental Design Engineering Optimization Methods and Applications Engineering Analysis and Applications Opto-electronic Methods in Precision Measurement Numerical Analysis Engineering Analysis Automation System Adaptive Controls

Academic Programs

Optimal Controls Image Processing Man-Machine Interface Electro-Optical Precision Measurement Engineering of Films Coating Modern Control Theory Robotics Precision Machinery Dynamics and Control Experimental Mechanics Mechanical Behaviors of Material Mechanical Vibrations Advanced Combustion Theory Advanced Numerical Heat Transfer Mechanical System Design and Analysis Kinematic Geometry of Mechanisms Measurements in Manufacturing Advanced Application of Sensor and Transducer Mechatronic Micro machining Technology Special Topic on e-Manufacturing Graduate Institute of Automation Technology (IAT) Engineering Optimization Methods and Applications Quality Control and Reliability Engineering Computer Algorithms Computer Aided Engineering Analysis Computer Aided Engineering Test Technical Paper Presentation Control Theory Advanced Numerical Analysis Engineering Analysis Finite Element Analysis The Software of Mechanical Design Automation The Software of Electrical Design Automation Introduction to Automatic System

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Man-Machine System Artificial Intelligence and Expert System Design of Automatic Machinery Fuzzy Control Neural Network Pattern Recognition Technology Computer Aided Heat Flow Analysis Clean Room Design Computer-Aided Integrated Circuit Design 3D Reverse Engineering & Techniques Advanced Precision Metrology Digital Control System Technology Innovation Practice Micro-and Nano-measurement System and Techniques Digital Image Processing Graduate Institute of Energy and Refrigeration Engineering (IERE) Methods of Lab. & Measuring Engineering Mathematics Engineering and Computer Graphics Modern Vacuum Technology Vacuum System Theory and Practice Analysis and modeling of air distribution Computing Fluid Dynamics Advanced Fluid Mechanics Energy Storage Technology Heat exchanger analysis Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics Electronics Computer Control

Academic Programs

Graduate Institute of Vehicle Engineering (IVE) Digital Control Theory and Application System Identification Advanced Mechanical Vibration Structural Dynamic Testing Micro-Computer Control Combustion Engine Control Advanced Vehicle Dynamics Intelligent Vehicle Dynamics and Control Vehicle Control System Vehicle Noise Systematic Design of Mechanisms Intelligent Control Engineering Optimization Methods and Applications Advanced Heat Transfer Future Vehicle Trend Technical Paper Presentation Special Topic in Internal Combustion Engine Drive-Chain Design and Analysis

Research Activities
NTUT VE has outstanding research activities in Vehicle engineering related fields. We are the most famous Vehicle Engineering Institute in Taiwan. The research grant comes from a variety of sources including NSC and other governmental institutes or enterprises. We provide many research and enterprise-collaboration opportunities for graduate students. Students will be exposed to the state-of-the-art technologies and develop teamwork skills in these research activities.

Chairman of Graduate Institute of Vehicle


Prof. Shiuh-Jer Huang Chairman of VE Tel: +886 2 2771 2171 ext. 3601 Fax: +886 2 27314990 E-mail: hd3601@ntut.edu.tw

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English Taught Graduate Master Programs (2)


Master of Science Program for International Students Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Engineering (Academic Year 2009)

Program Overview
The Master of Science Program for International Students in Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Engineering (IME) is designed specifically for foreign students. Financial support could be conditionally granted. The program aims to provide vocational development for potential engineers and researchers in Mechatronic Engineering, capable of creation and innovation with a vision of current and future technology trends. The research areas of this program focus on Mechatronic Technology, Control Applications, Robotics, Medical Opto-Mechatronics, Precision Machinery, Energy Conversion and Electronics Cooling, Semiconductor and MEMS, as well as Thin Film and Nano-Technology.

Why NTUT IME


The Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Engineering, founded in 1996, was the first program to offer master degree in mechatronic engineering among public universities in Taiwan. As the pioneer in this area over the decade, IME has become one of the top choices for students pursuing advanced study in Taiwan. The faculty, research facility, research grants and curriculum of IME are all in the first class in Taiwan, with its graduates highly welcomed in all industries. The Master of Science Program for International Students in IME is a brand new event in the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. With the success of IME in the past decade, this program promises to boost IME to international society for quality and advanced study in Mechatronic Engineering.

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Qualifications and Applications


Applicants must be graduates of relevant departments of universities or independent colleges who have received a bachelor's degree or people with academic credentials equivalent to a bachelor's degree. 1.Only application documents are required. No exam or inter view is needed. 2. Application fee: None. 3.When submitting an application, the following documents are required:
Application Plan

form

of study

Official academic records (e.g., diplomas and transcripts) from each

undergraduate or post graduate institution you have attended


Two

letters of recommendation of TOFEL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required

Score

for applicants whose native language is not English. Other supporting documents such as the score of GRE Subject Test, research reports, and awards may be submitted as well. 4.For details, please refer to the website at http://www.ntut.edu.tw/~wwwoaa/english/International_Student_ Office.htm

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Those who are admitted to a master's program must earn 35 credit hours of graduate level courses including a thesis and defending the master's thesis (be supervised by adviser) to obtain the degree, within the period of normally 2 years.

Curriculum
The courses can be taken from the available (taught in English) under the guidance of thesis adviser. Required Courses: 9 credit hours Seminar (3) Thesis (6) Elective Courses: 26 credit hours minimum, at least 12 credit hours taken from the courses offered in the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
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NTUT Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Engineering (IME)


Contact Window

Prof. Jinsiang Shaw Director of IME Tel: +886-2-27712171 ext. 2001 Fax: +886-2-27317191 E-mail: jshaw@ntut.edu.tw

Academic Programs

English Taught Graduate Master Programs (3)


International Program of Graduate Institute of Automation Technology

Program Overview
The International Program of Graduate Institute of Automation Technology (IAT) is designed specifically for international students. Many courses will be conducted in English. Financial support could be conditionally granted. The program aims to provide vocational and academic development for potential engineers and researchers for the fields of Automation Technologies.

Why NTUT IAT


With long-standing history and experience in education, National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) was founded in 1911, located in central Taipei City, it devotes to cultivate technical professionals. Alumni of the NTUT have contributed greatly to the economic development of Taiwan and won wide praise from businesses of all industries. It ranks at the top amongst over 150 colleges and universities in Taiwan, was voted around top six of the most preferred college each year by Taiwans leading 1000 high-tech companies. The automation technology major is among the most demanding professional expertise in the job market. Students are accompanied by mentors to help them settle in their new surroundings, social activities and help in all administrative matters. We cordially invite you to join us.

Qualifications and Applications


1. Applicants must be graduates of relevant departments of universities or independent colleges who have received a M.S. (Master of Science) degree or academic credentials equivalent to a M.S. degree in Mechanical or Electrical engineering or other equivalent academic fields.
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2.When submitting an application, the following documents are required:


Application Study Plan Official Two

form

academic records (e.g. diplomas and transcripts) from each

undergraduate or post graduate institution you have attended letters of recommendation


Score of TOFEL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required

for applicants whose native language is not English. Additional supporting documents such as the score of GRE Subject Test, research reports, and awards may be submitted as well. 3. Application deadline: April 30, 2009. 4.Application fee: None. 5.For details, please refer to the website at: http://www.ntut.edu.tw/~wwwoaa/english/international_student.html

Degree Requirements
1.Under advisers guidance, students can take courses from the Graduate Institute of Automation Technology, the College of Electrical-Mechanical or other Colleges of Universities. 2.All the courses assessment is continuous by academic staff with test, practical work, substantial report or research result. The research project as well as Master's thesis are supervised by adviser and assessed by a committee.

Curriculum
The modulated courses are selected by making appropriate selection from the available courses. The previous experience, current needs and future aspirations of participants are taken in to account in consultation with the respective course tutor and the adviser. The course names of the program are listed as the following. For the details of each course, see our website: http://www.cc.ntut.edu.tw/~wwwem/english/curriculm_ fm.htm

Academic Programs

Computer Algorithms Technical Paper Presentation Control Theory Man-Machine System Artificial Intelligence and Expert System Fuzzy Control Neural Network Machine Vision and Image Processing Algorithm Automatic Optical Inspection and Lab. Advanced Precision Metrology Digital Control System Technology Innovation Practice Micro-and Nano-measurement System and Techniques Digital Image Processing Machine Learning Soft Computing Computer Networks Advanced Microprocessor System Design Fundamental of Microprocessor system design Object Oriented Programming Real-Time Operation System Kernel

Research Activities
NTUT IAT is distinguished for its research activities. The research grant comes from a variety of sources including National Science Council and other governmental institutes or enterprises. We provide many research and enterprise-collaboration opportunities for students. Students will be exposed to the state-of-the-art technologies and develop teamwork skills in these research activities.

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Heads of Graduate Institute of Automation Technology:


Dr. Men-Shen Tsai Chairman, Graduate Institute of Automation Technology National Taipei University of Technology Tel: +886 2 2771 2171 ext. 4301 Fax: +886 2 87733217 E-mail: mstsai@ntut.edu.tw

Academic Programs

English Taught Graduate Master Programs

International Ph.D. Program of College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering National Taipei University of Technology (Academic Year 2009~2010)

Program Overview
The International Ph.D. Program of College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (CMEE) is designed specifically for foreign students. All the offered courses will be taught in English. Financial support could be conditionally granted. The program aims to provide vocational development for potential engineers and researchers. The study focuses on the promising high technologies of Mechatronic, Manufacturing, Energy, Automation, and Vehicular Engineering.

Why NTUT CMEE


The NTUT with long-standing history and experience in education was founded in 1911, located in downtown Taipei. It devotes to cultivation of technical professionals. Alumni of the NTUT have contributed greatly to the economic development of Taiwan and won wide praise from all industries. With the outstanding reputation in professional education, NTUT is consistently rated in the top ten by the 1000 largest companies in Taiwan. The Ph.D. Program of CMEE is integrated by Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Engineering (IME)
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Graduate Institute of Manufacturing Technology (IMT) Graduate Institute of Energy and Refrigerating Air-Conditioning Engineering (ERACE) Graduate Institute of Automation Technology (IAT) Graduate Program of Institute of Vehicle Engineering (VE) The most demanding professional expertise in the job market can be trained by the graduate program of CMEE. The program offers not only soft skill training but a cultural program. Students are accompanied by so-called mentors to help them get comfortably settled in their new surroundings, social activities and help in all administrative matters. We cordially invite you to join us.

Qualifications and Applications


1. Program size: 15 to 20 foreign students in the program. Applicants must be graduates of relevant departments of universities or independent colleges who have received a M.S. (Master of Science) degree or academic credentials equivalent to a M.S. degree in Mechanical or Electrical engineering or other equivalent academic fields. 2.Only application documents are required. No exam or interview is needed. 3. Application deadline: April 30, 2009 4.Application fee: None. 5.When submitting an application, the following documents are required:
Application Official Two

form

Plan of study

academic records (e.g., diplomas and transcripts) from each

undergraduate or post graduate institution you have attended letters of recommendation


Score of TOFEL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required

for applicants whose native language is not English. Other supporting documents such as the score of GRE Subject Test, research reports, and awards may be submitted as well. 6.For details, please refer to the website at http://www.ntut.edu. tw/~wwwoaa/english/International_Student_Office.htm

Academic Programs

Degree Reqirements
1.Forty (40) credit hours of graduate level courses must be completed. 2.Required courses (22 credit hours): Doctoral Dissertation (12 credit hours), Mechanical & Electric Technology Seminar (4 credit hours), English Technical Writing (3 credit hours), and English Technical Presentation (3 credit hours). The two English technical courses can be waived for the students those IBT score over 77 or equivalence. 3.Eighteen (18) credit hours of CMEE graduate level courses must be earned. 4.Under the dissertation advisors guidance, a maximum of nine (9) credit hours of courses taken from other graduate programs of NTUT or of other universities may partially fulfill the CMEE technical coursework requirement.

Curriculum
Some modulated courses are selected from the availability. The courses names and belonged graduate institutes are listed below. IME:
Engineering Analysis Numerical Analysis Engineering Control

System

Experimental

Design

Optimization Methods and Applications Methods in Precision Measurement


utomation

Engineering Analysis and Applications Opto-electronic Finite Image Engineering Analysis Robotics

Element Analysis Processing

System

Adaptive Controls

Optimal Controls Man-Machine

Interface Control Theory

Electro-Optical Precision Measurement Engineering Precision

of Films Coating

Modern

Experimental Mechanics

Machinery Dynamics and Control


Advanced

Mechanical Behaviors of Material Mechanical Vibrations

Combustion Theory

Advanced Numerical Heat Transfer

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Mechanical Kinematic

System Design and Analysis

Geometry of Mechanisms on e-Manufacturing

Measurements in Manufacturing Special Topic Micro Advanced Application of Sensor and Transducer Mechatronic

machining Technology

IAT:
Quality

Control and Reliability Engineering Presentation Engineering Test

Computer Algorithms

Technical

Computer Aided Engineering Analysis Computer Aided Software Control Theory Fuzzy Advanced Numerical Analysis

of Mechanical Design Automation to Automatic System


Neural

Control

Software of Electrical Design Automation Introduction Digital Digital 3D

Network

Man-Machine System

Artificial Intelligence and Expert System Pattern

Control System Recognition Technology Image Processing

Design of Automatic Machinery

Computer-Aided Integrated Circuit Design

Reverse Engineering & Techniques


Technology

Advanced Precision Metrology Micro-and

Innovation Practice

Nano-measurement System and Techniques

VE:
Digital

Control Theory and Application Dynamic Testing

System

Identification Control

Structural

Advanced Mechanical Vibration Electromagnetic Systematic Power

Micro-Computer Intelligent

Design of Mechanisms

Control

System Planning Optimization Methods and Applications

Stochastic Processes Engineering Advanced numerical Heat Transfer

Academic Programs

ERACE:
Methods

of Lab. & Measuring

Engineering Electronics

Mathematics

Advanced Heat Transfer

Engineering and Computer Graphics

Modern Vacuum Technology Advanced

Vacuum System Theory and Practice

Engineering Thermodynamics Fluid Dynamics


Computer

Analysis and modeling of air distribution Computing Heat

Control

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

Energy Storage Technology

exchanger analysis

Research Activities
NTUT CMEE is distinguished for its research activities. The research grant comes from a variety of sources including National Science Council and other governmental institutes or enterprises. We provide many research and enterprise-collaboration opportunities for students. Students will be exposed to the state-of-the-art technologies and develop teamwork skills in these research activities.

Head of the Graduate Institute


Prof. Chii-Ruey Lin Tel: +886 2 2771 2171 ext. 4501 Fax: +886 2 27764017 E-mail: crlin@ntut.edu.tw

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Accommodation and Living Costs


There are number of factors that have to be taken into account when calculating your likely living expenses while studying at NTUT. Your main costs will relate to your accommodation (such as rent and bills if not staying in school dormitory), but you should also consider the amount of money you are likely to spend on food, transportation and entertainment.
Food

There are several on-campus cafeterias that offer food with reasonable price ranging from NTD. 50 to 100 per meal.
Transportation

Buses and Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) are convenient public transportation in Taipei city. The campus is a 5-minute bus ride or a 15-minute walk form the Taipei Main Station Center of the Taipei City.
Estimated

Living Expenses:

School Dormitory: NTD.8,500 per Semester (not include winter and summer vacation) Food, transportation and entertainment: NTD. 120,000 per year

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2007

http://140.124.13.133/news/indexs.jsp (NTUT Gazette)

Student Life

International Students Cultural Trip and Activity Kaleidoscope


In order to introduce more Taiwanese culture, NTUT International Office has cooperated with Art Center and provides series of cultural trips and extracurricular activities for international students, including visiting National Palace Museum, Taiwan Story land, Historic tour to Shen Ken, San Shia. Moreover, the Office of Student Affairs also holds up some cultural activities from western and eastern cultures, such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Chinese Moon Festival.

NTUT International Companionship


During 2007, NTUT has established the NTUT International Companionship composed of enthusiastic native students. For new international students, they would provide the pick-up helps in the airport and other concerns in life and study. The mission is to build up the friendship connection between Taiwan and other countries.

NTUT English Gazette


http://140.124.13.133/news/index_eng.jsp As from April, 2007, all NTUT members will be endowed with a multitude of informative, education and thought-provoking readings. The NTUT Gazette is an internal publication which aims to inform, entertain and involve all faculty, staff and students in the holistic NTUT experience. In addition to the attempt of keeping all NTUT members well-informed about the new developments on NTUT campus, we expect to magnify our scope of visions and to inspire ourselves and community members with events and interests at all levels. The English NTUT Gazette further advances its mission to expand the international horizons to make sure the university is well-received internationally. As the direct result of the concerted efforts of the administrative staff and students, the Gazette would like to cordially invite the full participation of all NTUT members in this innovative endeavor.

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Resources for Learning and Student Support


International Student Office provides all necessary student services supporting international students during the application process and throughout their stay. International Student Office offers a wide range of services that complement the university experience and contribute directly to the welfare and well-being of students. As an international student you can use the support services available to all students of the University and will also have access to services specifically designed for international students. To be successful, tertiary students need access to high quality academic, administrative, counseling and support services. Resources for Learning and Student Support Services available include:
International

Students Orientation: After enrollment, students are

informed of the condition of the University and the efforts students should make in the future through the orientation program.
Student

Counseling Center: Students have easy access to the Student

Counseling Center, which offers personal and group consultation, psychological tests, special topic speeches, and book loans. Students may learn capabilities, and adapt themselves successfully to the society.
Dormitory

and Student Cafeteria: The University owns two student

dormitories, provide 1572 beds in total. Each bedroom is equipped with a telephone and the Internet service is available. In addition, there are networked PC rooms and a student cafeteria which accommodate 400 people. Student self-governed committee takes charge of various affairs related to the management of the dormitories and the cafeteria.
Health

Service and Wellness Center Student Club

Wireless Service On-Campus International

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Career Service and Alumni


The job placement services office provides job search and career assistance to students and graduates of National Taipei University of Technology. The office helps students and graduates obtain positions in line with their specific interests and needs. As a university with a distinguished past, many of the alumni have gone on to work in industrial positions. They provide excellent contacts for placing new graduates into available positions. This leads to the result of a survey of one thousand enterprises conducted by the Common Wealth Magazine which indicates that graduates of NTUT are the enterprises favorite when they recruit new employee. Students learn to apply their knowledge and academic theories by engaging in experiments at school. To assist students of different departments in practicing their skills, the university enables students to work as interns in allied companies and industries, and positively arranges programs for students to visit enterprises. A survey conducted by common wealth magazines indicates that the graduates of NTUT have been evaluated by 1000 of large companies in Taiwan as the most favorite choice of employment. The alumni are holding significant position in various enterprises.

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As a long-standing school, more than eighty thousand alumni had graduated from NTUT, they organized the clubs for themselves not only in Taiwan but overseas as well. Also, to better the connection among alumni, we established a particular organization in NTUT to offer services of connections between the school and alumni. The aim of this organization is to focus on preaching the faith of the school leaders, and assisting the graduated alumni in applying jobs, scholarships and continuing their study. Every November, on the schools day, the University would elect the remarkable alumni and also support the clubs new founded and the related activities financially. Each club would represent one person as a guest to participate in this big event. The University encourages every alumnus to experience every important moment in the business field with school. Principal often visit those great alumni, along with the top leaders of school. Raising funds for the construct the campus is also one of the main works of this organization. NTUT has maintained a progressive vision and a commitment to innovation and research. Our reputation is built and enhanced by the outstanding faculties and the high-achieving students. Our graduates experience academically rigorous programs that prepare them for the highly competitive global job market or, equally, for a career in academic research. Our programs prepare you to become a leader in your chosen field. You will benefit from the breadth of research opportunities and industry experience available to you through our close links with business, industry and government.

Admission

Reference for Tuition


() The following tuition fees (in NT$) apply to the first semester the 2009 academic year; tuition is subject to change annually (There are two semesters in each academic year).

(A)Undergraduate programs
Rates College & Department

Tuition

Sundry expenses

Total

Engineering & Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

NT$16,045

NT$10,195

NT$26,240

NT$15,939 Liberal Arts & Management

NT$6,831

NT$22,770

(B)Graduate Institute programs


College & Department Rates

Tuition & Sundry expenses

Tuition per credit

Engineering & Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

NT$12,110

NT$1500

Liberal Arts & Management NT$10,290 NT$1500

Full-time graduate students need to pay credit fees in addition to tuition fees.
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(C)Others:
Network fee Insurance NT$ NT$8,500 Fee for dormitory () (Not include summer and winter vacation) Health Insurance NT$3954 ( $1318) (First semester for freshman: NT$1,208) NT$ 200 NT$ 310

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http://www.cc.ntut.edu.tw/~wwwoaa/english/index.html

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Scholarships
There are various scholarships for students undertaking a degree at NTUT. International scholarships are available to students from any overseas country (excluding permanent residents of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, and China). All candidates must be enrolled in an eligible program for which scholarships are available.

Taiwan Scholarship
Website: http://english.moe.gov.tw/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://www.mofa.gov.tw Application Duration: February 1st ~ End of March every year International students could apply for Taiwan Scholarship which is offered by Taiwan Government. Applicants can apply at the Taiwan Oversea Mission (TOM) in your countries, or the nearest country in case there is no TOM in the country.

Democratic Pacific Union (DPU) Graduate Scholarship


Website: http://www.dpu.org.tw/ Tel: +886-2-2313-1028 Fax: +886-2-2313-1172 E-mail: service@dpu.org.tw This scholarship is only offer to the graduate students from the DPU member countries.

NTUT International Student Scholarship (Offered by NTUT)


Both the current and freshmen International Students who get officially registered at NTUT (overseas Chinese students not included) may apply this scholarship. Contents of Awards depend on founding availability.

Remarks:
Scholarship New For

may vary depending on applicant's qualification, program

admitted, and funding availability. international students who have received other full scholarships are excluded. more details concerning scholarships available, please visit:

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1. Tel:+886-2-27712171 ext.1182~1183 E-mail: intstudy@ntut.edu.tw 2. http://www.ntut.edu.tw 3. http://www.cc.ntut.edu.tw/~wwwoaa/english/index.html 4. http://www.edu.tw/EDU_WEB/Web/BICER/index.php 5. http://www.boca.gov.tw/ 2-23 Tel: +886-2-23432888 ext.6 6. http://www.sc-top.org.tw/

Useful Contact information


1.Admission Information Contact: Office of Academic Affairs, International Student Office Tel:+886-2-27712171 ext. 1182~1183 E-mail: intstudy@ntut.edu.tw 2.Official Homepage of National Taipei University of Technology: http://www.ntut.edu.tw 3.International Student Information at NTUT: 4.Bureau of International Cultural and Educational Relations of the Ministryof Education: http://www.edu.tw/EDU_WEB/Web/BICER/ index.php Tel: +886-2-23565606 Fax: +886-2-23976978 5.Bureau of Consular Affairs: http://www.boca.gov.tw/ 3F, No.2-2, Sec. 1, Jilnan Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Tel: +886-2- 23432888 ext.6 6.Steering Committee for the Test of Proficiency- Huayu (previously known as Chinese Language Testing Center, National Taiwan Normal University) http://www.sc-top.org.tw/ TEL:886-2-33433900 E-mail:service@sc-top.org.tw
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2009/04/30 2009/06/08 2009 2009

Application Procedure and Guideline


Application

timeline for Academic year 2009~2010

April 30, 2009 Application Deadline June 8, 2009 Post Result on the NTUT website. Admission Notice Mailed. Late August 2009 Enrollment and Orientation Early September The class commences.

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Guidelines for International Students Applying for NTUT


This form is only for applicants who do not have overseas Chinese status, or Hong Kong and Macao citizen status and do not hold a Republic of China passport.

Note:
According to the Article 2 of Nationality Law, a person who meets one of the following requirements has acquired nationality of the Republic of China: i. A person whose father or mother was, at the time of his (her) birth, a citizen of the Republic of China. The situation of mother does not apply to those who were born before February 9 (include the 9th), 1980. ii. A person born after the death of his (her) father who was, at the time of his (her) death, a citizen of the Republic of China. iii. A person born in the territory of the Republic of China and whose parents are both unknown or are stateless. iv. A naturalized person. v. The provisions specified in sub-paragraphs (i) and (ii) of the preceding Paragraph shall apply to minor children on the date of the promulgation of the amendment of this Law.

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Foreign students with a high school diploma are eligible to apply for undergraduate study; students with a bachelors degree are eligible to apply for graduate study in Masters programs; students with a Masters degree are eligible to apply for graduate study in Ph.D. programs at NTUT. Foreign students who have already completed the degree program applied for, or have been expelled from any R.O.C. university, are not eligible to re-apply for admission. Breaking either of the above rules would result in immediate cancellation of the applicants admission or the stripping of the applicants recognized status as a student of NTUT. Applicants are required to submit application forms to NTUT before April 30 of each year (application forms are available at each office) with the accompanying documents.

Late application will not be accepted. (A) Two copies of the completed application form. (B) Two copies of study plan in Chinese or English. (C)

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Two official photocopies of the diploma and two English or Chinese translations of the diploma (undergraduate applicants submit a high school diploma, graduate applicants submit a B.S. or M.S. diploma). Graduating students must submit the diploma when they report to NTUT; otherwise their admission will be cancelled.

International students who have earned a bachelor degree or above, and plan to apply for advanced study in graduate program, shall apply by submitting the diploma issued from a school located in Taiwan and the transcript for the students entire course work.

(D) Two official transcripts of academic records in English or Chinese, which should carry the official seal of the school attended or be officially sealed in an envelope by the school.

() Applicants who have received admission should submit one copy of their diploma and transcript verified (with official stamp/seal) by the Taiwan Overseas Missions in the country of their original school when they return their acceptance letter. After this, an applicant is ready for enrollment.

(E) Two letters of Recommendation (one of which should be from a teacher of Chinese language, or one who can prove the applicants Chinese or English language proficiency). (F) A copy of a Health Certificate from a hospital within the past 6 months (including HIV virus blood serum immunity test report)

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(G) Documented evidence of financial support (i.e. bank statement or scholarship). It should be verified by the Taiwan Overseas Missions in the country if the financial support documents are not provided from organizations or banks in Taiwan.) (H) Authorization. (I)() If there is any available language ability certificate, please provide the copy of certificate. (J) Other documents required by the department or institute applied for. Each academic year begins on August 1 and ends on July 31of the following year. First semester classes usually begin in mid- or lateSeptember, and second semester classes begin in late February of the following year. 1./ An applicant can apply to more than one department/institute, but may choose only one department/institute/program for acceptance and study. 2. Applicants are required to have adequate listening, reading, speaking and writing proficiency in the Chinese language at a level necessary for university academic pursuit. But those applying to programs which are taught in English are give exception.

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3. ( 659) When students register at NTUT, they should have their own health insurance that can be used in Taiwan for the first four months, before they can enroll in the National Health Insurance program. Overseas insurance should be certified by the Taiwanese government representative office of their country of origin or nearest office (NT$. 659/per month). 4. All application documents are not returned. Please make copies by yourself if needed.

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Taipei Campus Map


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Taipei Campus Map


1. Administration Building 2. Library 3. First Teaching Building 4. Second Teaching Building

Hsin Sheng South Road

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5. Third Teaching Building 6. Fourth Teaching Building

18 Pa Teh Road

7. Fifth Teaching Building 8. General Studies Building 9. Design Building 10. Material Resources Building 11. Civil Engineering Building

Chung H siao
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12. Chemical Engineering Building 13. Textile Engineering Building 14. Chiang Kai-shek Gymnasium and Memorial Hall 15.

Main Ent rance


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Complex Building 16. Chemistry Building 17. Student Activities Center 18. Sixth Teaching Building 19. Student Dormitory

Chien Kuo

South Road

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20. Tennis Court 21. Baseball Court 22.

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Valleyball Court 23. Track and Field Ground 24. Innovation and Incubation Building 25. Cooperative Education Building 26. Kuang-Hua Building

Welcome to NTUT National Taipei University of Technology

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Welcome to NTUT National Taipei University of Technology

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