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Best Universities for Bachelor Programs in Taiwan 2024

Number of institutions: 18
    • Taipei, Taiwan
    • Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    Shih Chien University, formerly known as Shih Chien College of Home Economics, was founded in 1958 by Mr. Tung-Min Shieh. The name “Shih Chien,” which in Chinese means “practice”, was originated from the belief of Wang Yangming, a great Chinese philosopher: “Knowledge is the beginning of practice. Doing is the completion of knowing” (1498). Shih Chien University kept this motto in mind while implementing and expanding its educational vision.

    • 250, Taiwan

    In 1973, in response to the government's call for the development of national sport, Formosa Plastics Group Chairman Yung-Ching Wang donated a gymnasium, the first domestic dome in Taiwan, to the government by purchasing a land. In May 1984, for the purpose of long-term national sport development, the Ministry of Education set up a 66-hectare multi-functional sports park, including the then donated gymnasium and other expropriated private land.

    • 43號, Taiwan

    The National Taiwan University of Science and Technology was founded on August 1, 1974, as the National Taiwan Institute of Technology (NTIT). It was the first higher education institution of its kind within our nation's technical and vocational education system. By extending this system to the highest level, this new school was intended to meet the need created by our rapid economic and industrial development for highly trained bachelor's degree-level engineers and managers. In 1979 and 1982, NTIT added master's and doctoral programs, respectively.

    • 123號, Taiwan

    Based on the university’s traditional and core values, “Sincerity, Honor, Perseverance and Originality”, YunTech fosters students into professionals who have knowledge management ability, who are internationally competitive and who place an equal emphasis on humanities and technology.

    • 162號, Taiwan

    Characterized by both tradition and innovation, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) has long been recognized as one of Taiwan’s elite institutions of higher education. Founded in 1922, NTNU was formerly an institution dedicated to teacher education. The university later evolved into a comprehensive university that provides students and scholars with opportunities to study and conduct research in a wide range of fields. Throughout its long history, NTNU has always been committed to academic excellence and this is reflected in the many influential educators and researchers that have studied at NTNU over the years.

    • 101號, Taiwan

    Hsing Wu University is composed of 4 Colleges: Business Management, Tourism and Hospitality, Design, and Popular Arts. The school offers 18 undergraduate and 4 postgraduate courses. In 2020, an enrollment of 9,000 students are taught by 217 full-time dedicated teachers. Assistant professors and tenured teachers account for 70% of the faculty members. The school is committed to knowledge directly applicable to it’s correlating industry to provide students with a comprehensive curriculum.

    • New Taipei, Taiwan

    Knowledge is imparted, potential is brought out, fundamentally new knowledge is discovered, and the truth is freely explored to equip instructors and students with the “3H” personality—Humble, Humane, Humorous—as well as make them into sound, well-developed individuals.

    • New Taipei, Taiwan

    Christ's College was founded in 1959 by Dr. James R. Graham Ⅲ. Dr. Graham’s parents, Jimmy and Sophie Graham served as missionaries in China from 1889 to 1940, so Dr. Graham grew up in China. After attending Hampden-Sydney college in America, he felt the call to return to China as a missionary to help the people he loved so deeply. Dr. Graham was a strong believer in Christian education and saw the need for a college in Taiwan based on Christian foundations.

    • 1號, Taiwan

    Founded in 1995, the National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism was the first academic institute of hospitality and tourism in Taiwan. NKUHT is the leading center in its field and offers outstanding talents to the service industry. NKUHT aims to guide students to have a positive attitude towards work and to serve customers with passion. This kind of attitude and passion require these characteristics: self-esteem, self-respect, modest, genuine, and visionary.

    • 313號, Taiwan

    Chihlee University of Technology was established as Chihlee College of Business in 1965. The school name and motto were adopted in accordance to the teachings of ancient Chinese philosophers and sages: integrity, trust, professionalism and diligence. Chihlee started off with four academic departments: International Trade, Business Administration, Accounting and Statistics, and Banking and Insurance. The Department of Secretarial Science was added in 1967. In August of 2015, Chihlee Institute of Technology was renamed Chihlee University of Technology, offering Bachelor degrees and still keeping Junior College Division.

    • 117, Taiwan

    Ms. Peng Wenhong, the founder of the Republic of China, founded Wufeng Middle School in Chiayi in 1949. As the school site was occupied by the Chiayi Garrison (now 228 Park on Daya Road, diagonally opposite to Jiazhong, Province), the garrison coordinated with the municipal government to rent out land 3A of Fangcao Farm as the school site. The extension resulted in new students.

    • 66號, Taiwan

    The School’s establishment was approved by the Executive Yuan in January, 1989. The preparatory office was established in 1993. The name Tainan National College of the Arts was officially adopted inJuly, 1996. The name was changed to Tainan National University of the Arts in August, 2004, an important event on the school’s timeline. The school is located next to the beautiful Wushantou Reservoir in Guantian District, Tainan.

    • Yilan City, Taiwan

    Fo Guang University is a university founded by Master Fo Guang Shan Xingyun. It is also the first university in Lanyang. The campus is located on the hill of Linmei Village, Jiaoxi Township, Yilan County. It is about 430 meters above sea level, from which you can have a broad bird's eye view. The Lanyang Plain and Guishan Island hanging in the open sea. The aura of the mountains and rivers of the campus, simple classroom equipment, small class teaching system, and the best teacher-student ratio in the country, create the best learning environment for you.

    • 1, Taiwan

    National Ilan University (NIU) is the only national university in Yilan County. It marked the highlight of this qualified promotion with projects to expedite high-level research and teaching for new generations. To expand knowledge to a wider scientific community, NIU sets the goal of internationalization as one of its top priorities.

    • 1, Taiwan

    Adhering to the spirit of “set foot on Kuandu, look at the world”, TNUA is not only Taiwan’s leading art school, but also the leader of the Asian League of Institutes of the Arts (ALIA). At the same time, it has 7 major art and cultural fields, including music, art, drama, dance, film and new media, cultural resources, humanities, and various professional exhibition halls on campus. Its integrity and comprehensiveness are rare at home and abroad. Education and practice echo each other and make use of each other to form an excellent field for artistically talented people.