Because of the impact of the COVID-19, First-year Orientation Camp is thrown online this year. In addition to the Podcast, we held two live streams (one in English version, one in Chinese version) on Sep 14. The videos were available on the YouTube. Everyone is welcome to access it.
Because of the impact of epidemic, various activities were canceled. In such tough time, our music festival gathers 17 student clubs to record podcast programs, making everyone attend the festival on air.
In addition to elaborate podcast programs, we prepare some activities including popularity vote, lucky draw from Sep 29 to Oct 3.
Dear faculty, students and staff of NTU,
NTU Opening Ceremony for the 2021 First-year will be held at 14:00 on September 15. The event will take place online. More information https://reurl.cc/2rX69X | Online Broadcast https://event.ntu.edu.tw/opening/ | Contact：Yi-Ting, Lin | TEL：02-33662066 | Email：firstname.lastname@example.org
The first online First-Year Orientation Camp will be held on podcast and live streaming. More information will be posted on our Facebook fan page : https://www.facebook.com/NTUOC
Student Activity Division, Office of the Student Affairs (02-3366-2065#13、17)
Ｗant to know our awesome clubs and societies!
Come and join this year the one and only “Online Clubs Expo”.
Proudly present on Sep 22~ Sep26, 2021.
Liu, Yu-Chen, a third-year student of the Department of Social Work, won the 2021 President Educational Award.
Dear graduates and faculty members of the NTU community,
The first on-line Commencement of NTU will be streaming at 9:00am on June 26th (Sat.).
Online Broadcast - https://event.ntu.edu.tw/gc/
Trailer and Giveaway - http://www.facebook.com/NTUCommencement/
Student Activity Center Administration Division, Office of Student Affairs(02-33665595)
2021 NTU Art Festival entitled “Art Unboxing” has come to an end on May 8. We brought different forms of art into NTU daily life through interactive exhibitions, performances and activities, including the performance art from Cloud Gate, the art collection from National Palace Museum, the “Nuit Blanche Taipei”, and the innovative audiovisual art. The activities have shortened the distance between art and the people, enabling NTU students to explore the diversities of art and oneself.
In case you have missed the festival this year, welcome to follow us on @ntuartfest. Looking forward to meeting you in the coming years!
The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) has just announced a four-week Phase II Alert (Yellow Light) effective immediately until this June 8.
According to the policy, all indoor events with over 100 people and outdoor events with over 500 people need to be suspended. In response to this elevated alert, it’s with regret to announce that 2021 NTU Job Fair dated May 15th has been cancelled.
To assist your career search during this difficult time, the Career Center has completed a new “Online Campus Recruitment” website for your use：https://onlinerecruitment.cc.ntu.edu.tw/
We will constantly update job opening information by additions to website collected from our business partners/corporates.
In order to ensure the food safety on campus and improve the meat quality management of NTU, all restaurants should fallow the rules of Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (Ministry of Health and Welfare) on labelling the origin of the meat as well as the regulations of MOE. Spot checks of meat and processed meat products at restaurants on campus have also been strengthened. Ten restaurants will to be checked each week since March 2, 2021. The testing result will be announced on the website of the NTU Dining Services Committee.
“2021 National Taiwan University Overseas Chinese International Students Singing Contest" was held on March 21st in Yi-ren Hall(怡仁堂). It was organized by National Taiwan University Malaysian Students Association and co-organized by 7 overseas Chinese International students' associations. The Overseas Students Affairs Advising Division, Office of Student Affairs and Office of International Affairs provided tutoring and it was the first time to be broadcast Live for online watching. A total of 22 groups of individuals and 7 groups of groups signed up, and the whole process was warm and joyful.
12th Global Initiatives Symposium (GIS) in Taiwan began on Jan 25th . It consisted of 217 delegates from about 14 counties. President Kuan delivered a thought-provoking speech for opening ceremony ,and opening speaker Ms.Ing, the Chairman of Continental Holdings Corporation ,also gave some inspiring ideas to our delegates. GIS group arranged a series of activities in the forum for the delegates. In terms of academic activities, delegates might get information from Keynote Speeches and Panel Discussion, and make use of this knowledge in Action Project Exhibition.