National Taiwan University (NTU), founded in 1928, is a comprehensive research-oriented public university located in Taipei City, Taiwan Province of the People’s Republic of China. A university with a high academic reputation internationally. National Taiwan University is a member of well-known university alliances such as the Pacific Rim University Alliance, the Global University Alliance for Advanced Research, the Association of East Asian Research Universities, and the Pine Alliance.
National Taiwan University currently has 11 colleges and 3 professional colleges, a total of 56 departments, 112 research institutes, and 18 master and doctoral programs. There are also 4 international, 6 national and 51 university-level research centers, making it the largest comprehensive university in Taiwan. The total number of students is now nearly 32,000, including more than 16,000 in the university department and more than 15,000 in postgraduate students. The ratio is close to one to one. It has successfully transformed into a research university. National Taiwan University has trained many top scholars in academia, including Dr. Li Yuanzhe, the first Nobel Prize winner in Taiwan, as well as many government and business leaders. It is the most influential school in Taiwan.