NTUE began in 1895 as National Taipei Teachers College, renamed to its present title in 2005. NTUE comprises of three colleges: Education, Humanities and Arts, and Science, and offers undergraduate and graduate programs, including 2 all Taught-in-English Master’s Program in Fine Arts and Education. Our widely acclaimed Chinese
Language Education Center (CLEC) receives more than 2,000 students from over 40 counties from ages 6 to 50 to learn Mandarin Chinese language every year.
NTUE is located in Taipei City, the biggest city and the capital of Taiwan. Taipei is a short drive from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. Taipei offers a wide variety of things to see and do, appealing to visitors and students around the world’s tallest building – Taipei 101. More importantly, The University is centrally located in the heart of Taipei, on 7.5 hectares of land, with a major MRT (Technology Station Building) station only 450m away. Also, the university is located in Taipei’s cultural and financial district and is near to National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, and Taipei World Trade Center.
Malls, department stores, markets are nearby. Getting daily supplies 24 hours around NTUE is safe and convenient.
Taipei's food culture has become widely recognized for its outstanding cultural array of delicious ethnic foods. There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from. Selections range from local specialties to fantastic international cuisine around NTUE is available.
The National Theater and the National Concert Hall are exotic venues for a legion of internationally renowned performers, while the National Palace Museum houses the world's largest assemblage of priceless Chinese art treasures.
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