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Department of Civil Engineering

Surveying and Geospatial Engineering
Degree Entry semester Admission quota
Master First semester (September entry) 30(total in all divisions)
Application requirements
Language of instruction Program taught in Chinese  
Language proficiency required by NTU Chinese proficiency certificate at CEFR B2 (Vantage) or above
-- Not required for applicants whose native language is Chinese (self statement needed)
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is taught in Chinese (proof required)
Department's recommended language skills English proficiency certificate/proof required
Chinese Not required
  • Exception conditions for Chinese proficiency certificate: None
English
  • English proficiency certificate at CEFR 英文 CEFR 級數 - High level B2 or above(please refer to English Proficiency Test Comparison Chart)
    If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
  • Exception conditions for English proficiency certificate:
    -- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
-- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
Application documents
  • Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
  • Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
  • Receipt of the application fee payment
  • Declaration and Authorization Form
  • Financial statement [Detail]
  • Passport (if applicable)
  • Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
  • Photograph [Detail]
Documents required by department
  • Language proficiency certificate (please refer to the "Language proficiency")
  • Recommendation letter x 2
  • Autobiography [Detail]
  • Research Proposal [Detail]
  • Scholarship Essay( if applicable) [Detail]
Interview / Oral exam No
Written exam No
Additional notes If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
Scholarship from college or department
  • ▪  Name:
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships by Department Advisors
  • ▪  Amount :
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships
  • ▪  Details:
    Depending on research and teaching needs and advisees' academic performance, Department advisors may provide TA ships or RA ships. The amounts may vary with contribution and devoted hours.

    Please consult with academic advisors for further details.
  • ▪  How to apply:
    Students apply automatically with their application for the degree programs; there is no other document required.
Department info
Introduction

     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 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.

Curriculum planning

Program Duration: 1 to 4 years, with a minimum of 24 credits in total.

Required Courses include Seminar on Surveying and Geospatial Engineering and Master's Thesis.

Division introduction Geo-spatial information technology has emerged as an important tool for a variety of civil and military applications. There is an increasing demand for such professionals in the areas of science, engineering, and public services, where our graduates find their positions. Currently, our division has three full-time professors specializing in obtaining and analyzing the spatial information by photogrammetry, remote sensing, and satellite geodesy techniques. We welcome potential students who commit themselves to the in-depth study of related topics in this area. 
Future map

Further studies
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Applied Mechanics
(3) Environmental Engineering
(4) Building and Planning
(5) Aeronautics and Astronautics
(6) Biomedical Engineering
(7) Materials Science and Engineering
(8) Transportation Engineering
(9) Surveying Spatial Information.

Career options
The graduates are trained to work in the professional fields of structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, soil engineering and transportation engineering, Surveying Spatial Information,Land Administration, Survey Mapping offered by government units, private enterprise, and research institutes.

Qualifications
Civil engineer, structural engineer, architect, geotechnical engineer, hydraulic engineer, environmental engineer, traffic engineer, survey engineer urban planning engineer, refrigeration air-conditioning engineer, industrial safety engineer, industrial hygiene engineer, mining safety engineer.

Website www.ce.ntu.edu.tw
Contact

Administration Staff

  • Name :

    Ms. Huai-Yin CHEN

  • Telephone :

    +886 (0)2 3366 4297

  • Fax :

    +886 (0)2 2363 1558

  • Email :

    whyinchen@ntu.edu.tw


Geotechnical Engineering Division
Degree Entry semester Admission quota
Master First semester (September entry) 30(total in all divisions)
Application requirements
Language of instruction Program with enough English courses to meet graduation requirements  
Language proficiency required by NTU
Department's recommended language skills English proficiency certificate/proof required
Chinese Not required
  • Exception conditions for Chinese proficiency certificate: None
English
  • English proficiency certificate at CEFR 英文 CEFR 級數 - High level B2 or above(please refer to English Proficiency Test Comparison Chart)
    If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
  • Exception conditions for English proficiency certificate:
    -- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
-- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
Application documents
  • Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
  • Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
  • Receipt of the application fee payment
  • Declaration and Authorization Form
  • Financial statement [Detail]
  • Passport (if applicable)
  • Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
  • Photograph [Detail]
Documents required by department
  • Language proficiency certificate (please refer to the "Language proficiency")
  • Recommendation letter x 2
  • Scholarship Essay( if applicable) [Detail]
  • Research Proposal [Detail]
  • Autobiography [Detail]
Interview / Oral exam No
Written exam No
Additional notes If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
Scholarship from college or department
  • ▪  Name:
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships by Department Advisors
  • ▪  Amount :
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships
  • ▪  Details:
    Depending on research and teaching needs and advisees' academic performance, Department advisors may provide TA ships or RA ships. The amounts may vary with contribution and devoted hours.

    Please consult with academic advisors for further details.
  • ▪  How to apply:
    Students apply automatically with their application for the degree programs; there is no other document required.
Department info
Introduction

     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 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.

Curriculum planning

Program Duration: 1 to 4 years, with a minimum of 24 credits in total.

Required Courses include Seminar on Geotechnical Engineering and Master's Thesis.

Division introduction Geotechnical Engineering is related to earth technology, which is an applied science aimed at obtaining and analyzing crustal material to solve the problems of Civil Engineering for the living human environment, by means of scientific method and engineering principles. It includes soil mechanics, rock mechanics, geology, geophysics, hydrology and other related sciences.
Future map

Further studies
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Applied Mechanics
(3) Environmental Engineering
(4) Building and Planning
(5) Aeronautics and Astronautics
(6) Biomedical Engineering
(7) Materials Science and Engineering
(8) Transportation Engineering
(9) Surveying Spatial Information.

Career options
The graduates are trained to work in the professional fields of structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, soil engineering and transportation engineering, Surveying Spatial Information,Land Administration, Survey Mapping offered by government units, private enterprise, and research institutes.

Qualifications
Civil engineer, structural engineer, architect, geotechnical engineer, hydraulic engineer, environmental engineer, traffic engineer, survey engineer urban planning engineer, refrigeration air-conditioning engineer, industrial safety engineer, industrial hygiene engineer, mining safety engineer.

Website www.ce.ntu.edu.tw
Contact

Administration Staff

  • Name :

    Ms. Huai-Yin CHEN

  • Telephone :

    +886 (0)2 3366 4297

  • Fax :

    +886 (0)2 2363 1558

  • Email :

    whyinchen@ntu.edu.tw


Structural Engineering Division
Degree Entry semester Admission quota
Master First semester (September entry) 30(total in all divisions)
Application requirements
Language of instruction Program with enough English courses to meet graduation requirements  
Language proficiency required by NTU
Department's recommended language skills English proficiency certificate/proof required
Chinese Not required
  • Exception conditions for Chinese proficiency certificate: None
English
  • English proficiency certificate at CEFR 英文 CEFR 級數 - High level B2 or above(please refer to English Proficiency Test Comparison Chart)
    If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
  • Exception conditions for English proficiency certificate:
    -- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
-- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
Application documents
  • Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
  • Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
  • Receipt of the application fee payment
  • Declaration and Authorization Form
  • Financial statement [Detail]
  • Passport (if applicable)
  • Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
  • Photograph [Detail]
Documents required by department
  • Language proficiency certificate (please refer to the "Language proficiency")
  • Recommendation letter x 2
  • Autobiography [Detail]
  • Research Proposal [Detail]
  • Scholarship Essay( if applicable) [Detail]
Interview / Oral exam No
Written exam No
Additional notes If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
Scholarship from college or department
  • ▪  Name:
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships by Department Advisors
  • ▪  Amount :
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships
  • ▪  Details:
    Depending on research and teaching needs and advisees' academic performance, Department advisors may provide TA ships or RA ships. The amounts may vary with contribution and devoted hours.

    Please consult with academic advisors for further details.
  • ▪  How to apply:
    Students apply automatically with their application for the degree programs; there is no other document required.
Department info
Introduction

     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 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.

Curriculum planning

Program Duration: 1 to 4 years, with a minimum of 24 credits in total.

Students should satisfy any four (4) of the following core courses with a minimun of C- in letter grade in order to graduate: Advanced Structural Theory, Structural Dynamics, Method of Finite Elements, Theory of Plasticity, Advanced Concrete Theory, and Theory of Elasticity (I).

Required Courses include Seminar on Structural Engineering and Master's Thesis. 

Division introduction The graduate program in the Division of Structural Engineering of the Department of Civil Engineering offers comprehensive courses on Earthquake Engineering, including Plastic Analysis and Design, Seismic Analysis and Design of Structures, Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Seismic Design of Steel Structures, and (Passive and Active) Structural Control. The courses are given in English. The Department collaborates closely with world-famous research center on earthquake engineering, National Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering (also known as NCREE. See www.ncree.org for more information.) in Taiwan to conduct research on the following topics: a) seismic hazard analysis, b) seismic behavior of structural and non-structural components, c) seismic analysis, design and retrofit of structures, d) system identification and structural health monitoring, e) passive and active structural control, and f) seismic performance-based design. The collaboration with NCREE also provides opportunities for graduate students to conduct large-scale dynamic, pseudodynamic, and quasistatic tests.
Future map

Further studies
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Applied Mechanics
(3) Environmental Engineering
(4) Building and Planning
(5) Aeronautics and Astronautics
(6) Biomedical Engineering
(7) Materials Science and Engineering
(8) Transportation Engineering
(9) Surveying Spatial Information.

Career options
The graduates are trained to work in the professional fields of structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, soil engineering and transportation engineering, Surveying Spatial Information,Land Administration, Survey Mapping offered by government units, private enterprise, and research institutes.

Qualifications
Civil engineer, structural engineer, architect, geotechnical engineer, hydraulic engineer, environmental engineer, traffic engineer, survey engineer urban planning engineer, refrigeration air-conditioning engineer, industrial safety engineer, industrial hygiene engineer, mining safety engineer.

Website www.ce.ntu.edu.tw
Contact

Administration Staff

  • Name :

    Ms. Huai-Yin CHEN

  • Telephone :

    +886 (0)2 3366 4297

  • Fax :

    +886 (0)2 2363 1558

  • Email :

    whyinchen@ntu.edu.tw


Hydraulic Engineering Division
Degree Entry semester Admission quota
Master First semester (September entry) 30(total in all divisions)
Application requirements
Language of instruction Program taught in Chinese  
Language proficiency required by NTU Chinese proficiency certificate at CEFR B2 (Vantage) or above
-- Not required for applicants whose native language is Chinese (self statement needed)
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is taught in Chinese (proof required)
Department's recommended language skills English proficiency certificate/proof required
Chinese Not required
  • Exception conditions for Chinese proficiency certificate: None
English
  • English proficiency certificate at CEFR 英文 CEFR 級數 - High level B2 or above(please refer to English Proficiency Test Comparison Chart)
    If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
  • Exception conditions for English proficiency certificate:
    -- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
-- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
Application documents
  • Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
  • Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
  • Receipt of the application fee payment
  • Declaration and Authorization Form
  • Financial statement [Detail]
  • Passport (if applicable)
  • Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
  • Photograph [Detail]
Documents required by department
  • Language proficiency certificate (please refer to the "Language proficiency")
  • Recommendation letter x 2
  • Autobiography [Detail]
  • Research Proposal [Detail]
  • Scholarship Essay( if applicable) [Detail]
Interview / Oral exam No
Written exam No
Additional notes If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
Scholarship from college or department
  • ▪  Name:
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships by Department Advisors
  • ▪  Amount :
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships
  • ▪  Details:
    Depending on research and teaching needs and advisees' academic performance, Department advisors may provide TA ships or RA ships. The amounts may vary with contribution and devoted hours.

    Please consult with academic advisors for further details.
  • ▪  How to apply:
    Students apply automatically with their application for the degree programs; there is no other document required.
Department info
Introduction

     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 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.

Curriculum planning

Program Duration: 1 to 4 years, with a minimum of 24 credits in total.

Required Courses include Seminar on Water Resources Engineering, Open-Channel Hydraulics, Advanced Hydrologic Analysis, and Master's Thesis.

Division introduction

The Hydraulic Engineering Division is currently targeting cross-disciplinary research, with various expertise. The major source of research funds is research projects funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST). In addition, we are also entrusted with projects from other hydraulic engineering institutions. The former projects are mainly fundamental academic research, while the latter are applied industrial research to solve practical problems.

Future map

Further studies
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Applied Mechanics
(3) Environmental Engineering
(4) Building and Planning
(5) Aeronautics and Astronautics
(6) Biomedical Engineering
(7) Materials Science and Engineering
(8) Transportation Engineering
(9) Surveying Spatial Information.

Career options
The graduates are trained to work in the professional fields of structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, soil engineering and transportation engineering, Surveying Spatial Information,Land Administration, Survey Mapping offered by government units, private enterprise, and research institutes.

Qualifications
Civil engineer, structural engineer, architect, geotechnical engineer, hydraulic engineer, environmental engineer, traffic engineer, survey engineer urban planning engineer, refrigeration air-conditioning engineer, industrial safety engineer, industrial hygiene engineer, mining safety engineer.

Website www.ce.ntu.edu.tw
Contact

Administration Staff

  • Name :

    Ms. Huai-Yin CHEN

  • Telephone :

    +886 (0)2 3366 4297

  • Fax :

    +886 (0)2 2363 1558

  • Email :

    whyinchen@ntu.edu.tw


Transportation Engineering Division
Degree Entry semester Admission quota
Master First semester (September entry) 30(total in all divisions)
Application requirements
Language of instruction Program with enough English courses to meet graduation requirements  
Language proficiency required by NTU
Department's recommended language skills English proficiency certificate/proof required
Chinese Not required
  • Exception conditions for Chinese proficiency certificate: None
English
  • English proficiency certificate at CEFR 英文 CEFR 級數 - High level B2 or above(please refer to English Proficiency Test Comparison Chart)
    If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
  • Exception conditions for English proficiency certificate:
    -- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
-- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
Application documents
  • Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
  • Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
  • Receipt of the application fee payment
  • Declaration and Authorization Form
  • Financial statement [Detail]
  • Passport (if applicable)
  • Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
  • Photograph [Detail]
Documents required by department
  • Language proficiency certificate (please refer to the "Language proficiency")
  • Recommendation letter x 2
  • Autobiography [Detail]
  • Research Proposal [Detail]
  • Scholarship Essay( if applicable) [Detail]
Interview / Oral exam No
Written exam No
Additional notes If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
Scholarship from college or department
  • ▪  Name:
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships by Department Advisors
  • ▪  Amount :
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships
  • ▪  Details:
    Depending on research and teaching needs and advisees' academic performance, Department advisors may provide TA ships or RA ships. The amounts may vary with contribution and devoted hours.

    Please consult with academic advisors for further details.
  • ▪  How to apply:
    Students apply automatically with their application for the degree programs; there is no other document required.
Department info
Introduction

     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 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.

Curriculum planning

Program Duration: 1 to 4 years, with a minimum of 24 credits in total. 

At least four (4) courses conducted by four (4) different professors within the transportation division should be taken before the graduation. If a professor is on leave/vacation or is temporarily appointed to government agency, he/she can appoint the student to take courses from other professors.

Required Courses include Seminar on Transportation Engineering and Master's Thesis.

Division introduction The Transportation Division provides English courses such as traditional lectures on Operations Research, Transportation Planning, and Transportation Systems. Innovative topics are also included in the curriculum such as Travelers' Behavior Analysis, Rail Transport, Green Transport and Sustainable Development, and Disaster Management and Civil Engineering. These courses together form the foundation for the graduate level research. 
Future map

Further studies
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Applied Mechanics
(3) Environmental Engineering
(4) Building and Planning
(5) Aeronautics and Astronautics
(6) Biomedical Engineering
(7) Materials Science and Engineering
(8) Transportation Engineering
(9) Surveying Spatial Information.

Career options
The graduates are trained to work in the professional fields of structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, soil engineering and transportation engineering, Surveying Spatial Information,Land Administration, Survey Mapping offered by government units, private enterprise, and research institutes.

Qualifications
Civil engineer, structural engineer, architect, geotechnical engineer, hydraulic engineer, environmental engineer, traffic engineer, survey engineer urban planning engineer, refrigeration air-conditioning engineer, industrial safety engineer, industrial hygiene engineer, mining safety engineer.

Website www.ce.ntu.edu.tw
Contact

Administration Staff

  • Name :

    Ms. Huai-Yin CHEN

  • Telephone :

    +886 (0)2 3366 4297

  • Fax :

    +886 (0)2 2363 1558

  • Email :

    whyinchen@ntu.edu.tw


Computer-Aided Engineering Division
Degree Entry semester Admission quota
Master First semester (September entry) 30(total in all divisions)
Application requirements
Language of instruction Program with enough English courses to meet graduation requirements  
Language proficiency required by NTU
Department's recommended language skills English proficiency certificate/proof required
Chinese Not required
  • Exception conditions for Chinese proficiency certificate: None
English
  • English proficiency certificate at CEFR 英文 CEFR 級數 - High level B2 or above(please refer to English Proficiency Test Comparison Chart)
    If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
  • Exception conditions for English proficiency certificate:
    -- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
-- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
Application documents
  • Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
  • Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
  • Receipt of the application fee payment
  • Declaration and Authorization Form
  • Financial statement [Detail]
  • Passport (if applicable)
  • Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
  • Photograph [Detail]
Documents required by department
  • Language proficiency certificate (please refer to the "Language proficiency")
  • Recommendation letter x 2
  • Autobiography [Detail]
  • Research Proposal [Detail]
  • Scholarship Essay( if applicable) [Detail]
Interview / Oral exam No
Written exam No
Additional notes If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
Scholarship from college or department
  • ▪  Name:
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships by Department Advisors
  • ▪  Amount :
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships
  • ▪  Details:
    Depending on research and teaching needs and advisees' academic performance, Department advisors may provide TA ships or RA ships. The amounts may vary with contribution and devoted hours.

    Please consult with academic advisors for further details.
  • ▪  How to apply:
    Students apply automatically with their application for the degree programs; there is no other document required.
Department info
Introduction

     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 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.

Curriculum planning

Program Duration: 1 to 4 years, with a minimum of 24 credits in total. 

Required Courses include Computer-Aided Engineering Seminar, Fundamentals of English Writing, and Master's Thesis.

Division introduction

The Computer-Aided Engineering Division (CAE) in the Department of Civil Engineering was established to fulfill the increasing demand for technology-driven solutions in modern Civil Engineering practice. The Division's educational objective is to cultivate students who possess a multi-disciplinary skill-set that includes both engineering and information technology expertise. The Division's research efforts aim to deepen and broaden understanding in technology-driven engineering with contributions in the automation of Civil Engineering practice and expansion of the related bodies of knowledge. Conducting research at the CAE is innovative and filled with joy and excitement.

Future map

Further studies
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Applied Mechanics
(3) Environmental Engineering
(4) Building and Planning
(5) Aeronautics and Astronautics
(6) Biomedical Engineering
(7) Materials Science and Engineering
(8) Transportation Engineering
(9) Surveying Spatial Information.

Career options
The graduates are trained to work in the professional fields of structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, soil engineering and transportation engineering, Surveying Spatial Information,Land Administration, Survey Mapping offered by government units, private enterprise, and research institutes.

Qualifications
Civil engineer, structural engineer, architect, geotechnical engineer, hydraulic engineer, environmental engineer, traffic engineer, survey engineer urban planning engineer, refrigeration air-conditioning engineer, industrial safety engineer, industrial hygiene engineer, mining safety engineer.

Website www.ce.ntu.edu.tw
Contact

Administration Staff

  • Name :

    Ms. Huai-Yin CHEN

  • Telephone :

    +886 (0)2 3366 4297

  • Fax :

    +886 (0)2 2363 1558

  • Email :

    whyinchen@ntu.edu.tw


Construction Engineering and Management Division
Degree Entry semester Admission quota
Master First semester (September entry) 30(total in all divisions)
Application requirements
Language of instruction Program taught in Chinese  
Language proficiency required by NTU Chinese proficiency certificate at CEFR B2 (Vantage) or above
-- Not required for applicants whose native language is Chinese (self statement needed)
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is taught in Chinese (proof required)
Department's recommended language skills English proficiency certificate/proof required
Chinese Not required
  • Exception conditions for Chinese proficiency certificate: None
English
  • English proficiency certificate at CEFR 英文 CEFR 級數 - High level B2 or above(please refer to English Proficiency Test Comparison Chart)
    If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
  • Exception conditions for English proficiency certificate:
    -- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
    -- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
-- Not required for applicants from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is from English-speaking countries
-- Not required for applicants whose previous degree is entirely taught in English (proof required)
Application documents
  • Highest degree's graduation certificate [Detail]
  • Highest degree's full transcript of records (including explanation of grading system) [Detail]
  • Receipt of the application fee payment
  • Declaration and Authorization Form
  • Financial statement [Detail]
  • Passport (if applicable)
  • Taiwan Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) (if applicable)
  • Photograph [Detail]
Documents required by department
  • Language proficiency certificate (please refer to the "Language proficiency")
  • Recommendation letter x 2
  • Autobiography [Detail]
  • Research Proposal [Detail]
  • Scholarship Essay( if applicable) [Detail]
Interview / Oral exam No
Written exam No
Additional notes If English proficiency levels/scores are below the standards set above, applicants may provide recommendation letters by the future Department advisors, or attend interviews arranged by the Department.
Scholarship from college or department
  • ▪  Name:
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships by Department Advisors
  • ▪  Amount :
    Research Assistantships & Teaching Assistantships
  • ▪  Details:
    Depending on research and teaching needs and advisees' academic performance, Department advisors may provide TA ships or RA ships. The amounts may vary with contribution and devoted hours.

    Please consult with academic advisors for further details.
  • ▪  How to apply:
    Students apply automatically with their application for the degree programs; there is no other document required.
Department info
Introduction

     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 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.

Curriculum planning

Program Duration: 1 to 4 years, with a minimum of 27 credits in total, excluding Seminars and thesis. Students should get approval from the Advisor to submit an application for the oral exam. At least 18 out of the 27 required credits should be taken from courses offered by this particular division (the 2-credit in-service courses are not to be included).

Required Courses include Seminar on Construction Management, Project Management for Construction, Independent Study on Construction Management, and Master's Thesis. 

Division introduction

Taiwan has entered the era of research & development. Advanced research and development requires high-tech plants and public facilities. Constructio0n Engineering and Management focuses on the entire lifespan of the plants and public facilities, which includes planning, design, procurement, construction, transfer, maintenance and operations management, etc. It is an important link to the new era of innovation and development. Research and innovation have a great impact on the future economic and technological development of Taiwan. In order to cope with the challenge, our division started to enroll postgraduate students majoring in Construction Engineering and Management in 1990. In 1998, the Division of Construction Engineering and Management was officially established by the Ministry of Education. In addition, the part-time in-service Master courses started in 2003 to strengthen connections between the construction industry and the research group. In recent years high-tech industries have had a significant impact on Taiwan's economic development. In recognition of that fact, our division has started to focus on research into high-tech manufacturing plants.

Future map

Further studies
(1) Civil Engineering
(2) Applied Mechanics
(3) Environmental Engineering
(4) Building and Planning
(5) Aeronautics and Astronautics
(6) Biomedical Engineering
(7) Materials Science and Engineering
(8) Transportation Engineering
(9) Surveying Spatial Information.

Career options
The graduates are trained to work in the professional fields of structural engineering, architectural engineering, hydraulic engineering, soil engineering and transportation engineering, Surveying Spatial Information,Land Administration, Survey Mapping offered by government units, private enterprise, and research institutes.

Qualifications
Civil engineer, structural engineer, architect, geotechnical engineer, hydraulic engineer, environmental engineer, traffic engineer, survey engineer urban planning engineer, refrigeration air-conditioning engineer, industrial safety engineer, industrial hygiene engineer, mining safety engineer.

Website www.ce.ntu.edu.tw
Contact

Administration Staff

  • Name :

    Ms. Huai-Yin CHEN

  • Telephone :

    +886 (0)2 3366 4297

  • Fax :

    +886 (0)2 2363 1558

  • Email :

    whyinchen@ntu.edu.tw