You are cordially invited
We welcome and coordinate the visits of high-level international visitors and delegations, including senior administration or academic officials representing foreign higher education institutions, government agencies or non-governmental organizations. The Office of International Affairs (OIA)'s Global Alliances Section will tailor your visiting agenda according to your objective of visit.
• Visitors with a specific academic interest are encouraged to contact the relevant NTU academic unit directly.
• Visitors who only wish to take campus tours should visit the NTU Visitor Center website and reserve online.
To help us tailor your visit accordingly, please send us your visit request at least 10 working days before the date of the prospective visit. The earlier you confirm your visit with us, the better we may craft your visit.
All requests will be carefully considered but instances may occur when we are not able to accommodate your visit.
With warm greetings from NTU's Global Alliances Section
NTUOIA Global Alliances Section works with Senior Administration Offices such as Office of the President and Office of the Executive Vice Presidents. To make your visit worthwhile, please email us a visit request including:
• the objective(s) of your visit
• list of delegation members and
• their CVs or short biographies
• the proposed date(s) of the visit
Contacts by region
|Africa and the Americas||Tzuyu Huangfirstname.lastname@example.org
+886 (0)2 3366 2007 ext 223
|Asia and Oceania
(excluding Mainland China, Hong Kong & Macau)
|Yu-Ru Yang (Mr.)||email@example.com
+886 (0)2 3366 2007 ext 227
|Mainland China, Hong Kong & Macau||Vivian Yuanfirstname.lastname@example.org
+886 (0)2 3366 2007 ext 218
+886 (0)2 3366 2007 ext 217
|General Inquiry||Linda Changemail@example.com
+886 (0)2 3366 2007 ext 216
If you are a visiting scholar
If you are an International Scholar working at NTU now or in the near future, please visit our International Scholars web pages.
If you are a student
If you are a prospective student, visit the Study at NTU web pages.