- Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
If the graduation certificate is not in Chinese or English, a Chinese or English translation is required.
- Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
If the transcript is not in Chinese or English, a Chinese or English translation is required
- Receipt of the application fee payment
- Declaration and Authorization Form
- Financial statement [Detail]
A bank statement showing at least NT$200,000 (US$6,000) in savings deposit. Scholarship awardees shall provide proof of scholarship.
- Passport (if applicable)
- Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
- Photograph [Detail]
in color and less than 6 months old, showing a close-up shot of the head and shoulders, and without wearing a hat.
- Language proficiency certificate (if required)
- Recommendation letter x 2
- Highest degree past-years transcript (With percentile rank in class, GPA and grade description)
- Statement of Purpose
- Supporting documents (optional) [Detail]
for example, SAT scores or others (optional)
- Self Evaluation Form for NTUEE International Applicants [Detail]
All applicants must download and fill out the International Student Self-Evaluation Form, and submit it along with other application documents.
The Department of Electrical Engineering at National Taiwan University (NTUEE) has been the top choice in Taiwan among students admitted to undergraduate programs in natural sciences and engineering since 1970. Over the years, the department has received world-wide recognition not only for its outstanding research in EE-related areas, but also for its top-notch students and alumni. Among our faculty members, including 36 IEEE fellows, 7 OSA fellows, 8 SPIE fellows, and 1 ACM fellow. The department is recognized among the best in several categories, including microwave theories and technologies, integrated circuits and systems and electronic design automation, and more. With its long history of excellence in teaching, research and contributions/services to the society/industry, NTUEE is one of the most competitive EE departments in the world.
The program of NTUEE is one of the most comprehensive among electrical/ electronics/ informatics/ related departments over the world. The faculty’s expertise and courses cover 11 areas of EE, including Automatic Control, Power Systems/Power Electronics, Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering, Electro-Optics, Electromagnetic Waves, Communications and Signal Processing, Integrated Circuits and Systems, Nano-electronics, Electronic Design Automation, and Data Science and Smart Networking. Thus, NTUEE undergraduate students have the opportunity to expose themselves to many different divisions of the field.
The design of undergraduate coursework at NTUEE aims at providing students with broad and basic training, such as electric circuits, electronics, electromagnetics, engineering mathematics, programming, and electronic circuit lab, etc. After being equipped with enough basic knowledge, students can further explore/develop their own interest in specific subjects and professional areas by taking advantage of a rich set of elective and advanced courses/labs in a wide variety of areas.
B.S. graduates from the department can further pursue their graduate/advanced studies in different EE areas within the NTU EECS College, by applying to the graduate program of the EE department, Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering, Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics, or Graduate Institute of Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics. Overall, these provide diverse channels for students to further develop their professional expertise and careers.
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Engineering Mathematics-Linear Algebra 3 credits, Algorithms 3 credits, Engineering Mathematics-Differential Equation 2 credits, Engineering Mathematics-Complex Variables 2 credits, Electronic Circuits 3 credits, Computer Programming 3 credits, Electronics 8 credits, Electromagnetics 6 credits, etc.