【 Ministry of Education Announcement】 Based on the Assessment by the Central Epidemic Command Center. The Ministry of Education Prioritized the Return of Graduating Students from Low-risk Countries to the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Study
2020/06/24
In response to the issue of overseas students returning to the Republic of China (ROC) (Taiwan) for study, the Ministry of Education (MOE), in accordance with various guidelines and regulations announced by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), and on the premise of giving consideration to the ‘priority of epidemic prevention’ as well as the ‘rights and interests of overseas students to be educated’, has proposed specific and comprehensive arrangements of standard operating procedures (SOP) and related supporting measures for allowing overseas students to return to the ROC (Taiwan) for study….
【 Article Sharing 】 EDU Cloud’ website that the student will not fall behind
2020/06/09
Due to the seriousness of the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, more than one hundred countries around the world have suspended classes, yet in Taiwan teachers in schools at all levels are continuing to provide classes for their students. In addition, schools at all levels should be prepared to carry out early deployment of epidemic control measures, such as adjusting teaching methods and conducting small-scale distance learning pilots….
【NTU Announcement】2020/03/20 Academic Affairs Meeting Report
COVID-19 Prevention Policies
2020/06/17
Study at Ease Project, Epidemic Prevention Measures for Classroom Buildings, Provide Assistance in Digitalization of Teaching, Facilitate Digital Teaching Solutions for Large-Size Classes, Online Teaching Support, Blended Teaching Measures, 2020 Online Department Expo…
【NTU Announcement】Anti-COVID-19 Measures Updated: Restrictions on Gathering Size Will Be Lifted Starting June 1
2020/05/19
According to a press release (in Chinese) published by the Central Epidemic Control Center (CECC) on May 13, restrictions on gathering size (100 people indoors; 500 people outdoors) will be lifted if the daily anti-COVID-19 instructions are strictly followed during the event. Starting June 1, NTU’s anti-COVID-19 measures will be update as below:
Classes, meetings, and club activities of 100 participants or more can be held physically on campus…
【NTU Announcement 】 Updates on NTU’s Anti COVID 19 Measures About Gatherings, Sports Facilities, and Campus Access Control
2020/05/13
NTU to Relax Anti-COVID-19 Measures on Gatherings and Others
As COVID-19 is under stable control in Taiwan, NTU will relax some of its measures against the pandemic.
Starting May 18, classes, meetings, and club activities of 100 participants or fewer can be held physically on campus. However, remote learning or videoconferencing remain an option for activities which have been moved online…
【NTU Announcement】In Response to the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic, the Office of Academic Affairs Has Listed Studying Measures Q&A for Chinese, Hong Kong, Macao, and Other Students Temporarily Suspended from Entry for the Second Semester of the Academic Year 2019/2020
2020/03/02
Question
I. For China, Hong Kong, and Macao degree students or others affected by the epidemic and cannot enter the country, how should one proceed for registration and payment? How would the tuition and miscellaneous fees be calculated?…
【NTU Announcement】In Response to the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic, the Office of Academic Affairs Has Set the Measures to Cope with the Unexpected Situation 2019/2020
2020/02/05
Course Registration, Tuition, Method of Taking Courses, Evaluation, Asking for Leave, Leave of Absence, Withdrawal from the University and Reenrollment, Graduation Requirements, Other Rights, Counselling and Support…
【 Ministry of Education Announcement】 Based on the Assessment by the Central Epidemic Command Center. The Ministry of Education Prioritized the Return of Graduating Students from Low-risk Countries to the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Study
2020/06/24
In response to the issue of overseas students returning to the Republic of China (ROC) (Taiwan) for study, the Ministry of Education (MOE), in accordance with various guidelines and regulations announced by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), and on the premise of giving consideration to the ‘priority of epidemic prevention’ as well as the ‘rights and interests of overseas students to be educated’, has proposed specific and comprehensive arrangements of standard operating procedures (SOP) and related supporting measures for allowing overseas students to return to the ROC (Taiwan) for study….
【 Article Sharing 】 EDU Cloud’ website that the student will not fall behind
2020/06/09
Due to the seriousness of the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, more than one hundred countries around the world have suspended classes, yet in Taiwan teachers in schools at all levels are continuing to provide classes for their students. In addition, schools at all levels should be prepared to carry out early deployment of epidemic control measures, such as adjusting teaching methods and conducting small-scale distance learning pilots….
【NTU Announcement】2020/03/20 Academic Affairs Meeting Report
COVID-19 Prevention Policies
2020/06/17
Study at Ease Project, Epidemic Prevention Measures for Classroom Buildings, Provide Assistance in Digitalization of Teaching, Facilitate Digital Teaching Solutions for Large-Size Classes, Online Teaching Support, Blended Teaching Measures, 2020 Online Department Expo…
【NTU Announcement】Anti-COVID-19 Measures Updated: Restrictions on Gathering Size Will Be Lifted Starting June 1
2020/05/19
According to a press release (in Chinese) published by the Central Epidemic Control Center (CECC) on May 13, restrictions on gathering size (100 people indoors; 500 people outdoors) will be lifted if the daily anti-COVID-19 instructions are strictly followed during the event. Starting June 1, NTU’s anti-COVID-19 measures will be update as below:
Classes, meetings, and club activities of 100 participants or more can be held physically on campus…
【NTU Announcement 】 Updates on NTU’s Anti COVID 19 Measures About Gatherings, Sports Facilities, and Campus Access Control
2020/05/13
NTU to Relax Anti-COVID-19 Measures on Gatherings and Others
As COVID-19 is under stable control in Taiwan, NTU will relax some of its measures against the pandemic.
Starting May 18, classes, meetings, and club activities of 100 participants or fewer can be held physically on campus. However, remote learning or videoconferencing remain an option for activities which have been moved online…
【NTU Announcement】In Response to the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic, the Office of Academic Affairs Has Listed Studying Measures Q&A for Chinese, Hong Kong, Macao, and Other Students Temporarily Suspended from Entry for the Second Semester of the Academic Year 2019/2020
2020/03/02
Question
I. For China, Hong Kong, and Macao degree students or others affected by the epidemic and cannot enter the country, how should one proceed for registration and payment? How would the tuition and miscellaneous fees be calculated?…
【 Ministry of Education Announcement】 Based on the Assessment by the Central Epidemic Command Center. The Ministry of Education Prioritized the Return of Graduating Students from Low-risk Countries to the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Study
2020/06/24
In response to the issue of overseas students returning to the Republic of China (ROC) (Taiwan) for study, the Ministry of Education (MOE), in accordance with various guidelines and regulations announced by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), and on the premise of giving consideration to the ‘priority of epidemic prevention’ as well as the ‘rights and interests of overseas students to be educated’, has proposed specific and comprehensive arrangements of standard operating procedures (SOP) and related supporting measures for allowing overseas students to return to the ROC (Taiwan) for study….
【 Article Sharing 】 EDU Cloud’ website that the student will not fall behind
2020/06/09
Due to the seriousness of the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, more than one hundred countries around the world have suspended classes, yet in Taiwan teachers in schools at all levels are continuing to provide classes for their students. In addition, schools at all levels should be prepared to carry out early deployment of epidemic control measures, such as adjusting teaching methods and conducting small-scale distance learning pilots….
【NTU Announcement】2020/03/20 Academic Affairs Meeting Report
COVID-19 Prevention Policies
2020/06/17
Study at Ease Project, Epidemic Prevention Measures for Classroom Buildings, Provide Assistance in Digitalization of Teaching, Facilitate Digital Teaching Solutions for Large-Size Classes, Online Teaching Support, Blended Teaching Measures, 2020 Online Department Expo…
【NTU Announcement】In Response to the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic, the Office of Academic Affairs Has Set the Measures to Cope with the Unexpected Situation 2019/2020
2020/02/05
Course Registration, Tuition, Method of Taking Courses, Evaluation, Asking for Leave, Leave of Absence, Withdrawal from the University and Reenrollment, Graduation Requirements, Other Rights, Counselling and Support…