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National Chengchi University

  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
  • National Chengchi University
National Chengchi University (NCCU)

is a Taiwan-based national research university. The university is also considered as the earliest public service training facility of the Republic of China. First established in Nanjing in 1927, the university was subsequently relocated to Taipei in 1954. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious and prominent universities in Taiwan. This university specializes in Monetary Policy, Healthcare Policy, Big Data, Development Studies.

Program:Student Exchange
1 Semester
Minimum GPA:
Tuition fee:
Minimum IELTS:
6.5 overall, no band under 5.5
Living cost:
NT$ 100.000 – 190.000
Deadline nomination:
Mid-April (Fall Semester)
Mid-October (Spring Semester)
September (Fall Semester) February (Spring Semester)
NT$ 198/ semester


Entry Requirements:
  • Enrolled as an active student at the IUP in PPM
  • Completed at least 4 semesters of study at the IUP in PPM
  • Meet the requirements for minimum GPA and IELTS
  • Pass the internal selection at the department

Required Documents:

Internal SelectionApplication in NCCU
Application formApplication form
Curriculum VitaeCurriculum vitae
IELTS CertificateStudy plan
Academic TranscriptOne or two letters of recommendation (Optional)
 Certificate of enrollment issued by the home university
 Transcript issued by the home university
 IELTS Certificate
 Scanned the personal page of the passport


Tuition & Living Cost:

Taiwan Visa                   : NT$ 2200
Flight ticket (return)     : NT$ 32.443
Tuition fee                      : Waived by host university
Student insurance    : NT$ 198/ semester or Students can use personal insurance as long as it can coverage you during your stay in Taiwan.
Living cost                     : NT$ 100.000 – 190.000



Accommodation on campus   : Approx. NT$ 11.000/ semester (4-person room)
Accommodation off campus  : Approx. NT$ 38.250 – 58.500/ semester (NCCU-iHouse)
Rent independently     : NT$ 40.000 – 100.000/ semester
Meals                            : Approx. NT$ 50.000/ semester
Public Transport          : Approx. NT$ 15.000/ semester
Miscellaneous              : Approx. NT$ 20.000/ semester
Communication           : NT$ 4000 – 5000/ semester


Credit Transfer:
A+100 – 90A4,00
A89 – 85A4,00
A-84 – 80A-3,75
B+79 – 70A/B3,5
B76 – 73B+3,25
B-72 – 70B3,00
C+69 – 67B-2,75
C66 – 63B/C2,50
C-62 – 60C+2,25
D59 – 50C2,00 (Pass)
E49 – 1C-1,75 (Fail)


Further information: or Fact Sheet for Student Exchange Program (Incoming)


Course offered:

Link for syllabus ( 3 NCCU Credits = 4 SKS at UGM (transferred to 1 course) Students need to take maximum 18 NCCU Credits

Fall Semester CourseSpring Semester Course
Migration 101Big Data for Social Analysis
Liberty, Human Right, and Civil SocietySustainable Development and Urban Politics
Political EconomyPolitics in Southeast Asia: Change and Continuity
Korean Foreign PolicyIntroduction to AI
Asian Economic IntegrationGovernance of Global Finance
Debating Human Security: Justice, Equality, Humanity and RightsThe Introduction to Southeast Asian Economies
Comparative Foreign PoliciesForeign Aid and Development Issues
Sociology of the FamilyRegional Integration and EU-Asia Relations
Global Health GovernanceConflict Management
Circular Economy and SustainabilityLGBTIQ+ Rights Advocacy and Community Work – international and local perspectives
Health EconomicsComparative Education in a Global Society
Spatial PlanningCircular Economy and Sustainability
Spatial Decision MakingFiscal Challenges – Taiwan and the World
International FinanceTax Cases and Policies
Economics of Human CapitalShare Economy and Gig Economy
Environmental EconomicsLabor Economics
New Media Technology CivilizationSeminar on Cultural Ecology of Forests: Green Development, Conservation, and Climate Change
Risk CommunicationRisk Management in Financial Institutions
Global Health Governance