|Degree||Entry semester||Admission quota|
|Bachelor||First semester (September entry)||15|
|Language of instruction||Program taught in English|
|Language proficiency required by NTU||
English proficiency certificate at CEFR B2 (Vantage) or above
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
|Department's recommended language skills||English proficiency certificate/proof required|
|Documents required by department|
|Interview / Oral exam||Those who pass the document review will be notified about the details of an interview/oral test.|
The Department of Civil Engineering of National Taiwan University was established in 1943. It offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in Civil Engineering as well as research opportunities for the society and the nation. It is recognized as the largest and leading one among all Civil Engineering departments in the nation.
The Department has more than 50 full-time faculty members with strong teaching and research backgrounds in Geotechnical, Structural, Hydraulic, Transportation, Computer-Aided, Construction Management, and Surveying and Geospatial fields. The Department also collaborates in many areas with the Institute of Environment Engineering, Institute of Applied Mechanics, and Institute of Building and Planning, sharing with these institutes several of their faculty members.
The Department has long been actively engaged in academic research and has a close cooperative relation with the industry and government agencies. Many major constructions in this country have been based on the research results carried out jointly by this Department.
Required courses in this program are conducted in parallel in Chinese as well as in English.
Required courses include Conceptual Design Studio, Engineering graphics, Physical Model Design Laboratory, Surveying (I), Applied mechanics, Surveying practice, Computer programming, Engineering mathematics (I), Engineering mathematics (II), Mechanics of materials, Fluid mechanics, Engineering statistics, Engineering material and soil mechanics lab, Engineering material, Soil mechanics, Structural theory and fluid mechanics lab, Reinforced concrete, Hydrology, Engineering economics, Civil Engineering Capstone Challenge, Transportation Engineering, Structural Theory (Ⅰ), Foundation Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering, Construction Management.