Members

Office of Vice President for Academic Affairs

  • Planning, Execution and Supervision of Duties of Academic Affairs at NCTU

 

E-mail:academic@cc.nctu.edu.tw

Dr. Henry Horng-Shing Lu Vice President for Academic Affairs

henryhslu@g2.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31753
Duputy
: Associate Vice Presidents for Academic Affairs

Shinyi Cheng secretary

csy@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31752
Duputy
: May Hsu
  1. Manages project budgets
  2. Office of Academic Affairs property management
  3. Drafts NCTU school calendar
  4. Arranging itinerary for the Vice President of the Academic Affairs
  5. Other supporting and assigning affairs

May Hsu Assistant

mayhsu@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31751
Duputy
: Shinyi Cheng
  1. Process documents for Office of Academic Affairs
  2. Compiling motions, drafting agendas and minutes for the Academic Affairs Conferences, or other academic affairs-related conferences
  3. Summarizing report cases and proposals of University Council and Executive meetings.
  4. Managing teacher evaluation project
  5. Process other sudden orders

Cathy Chang Assistant

cathych@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31262
Duputy
: Shinyi Cheng
  1. Implementation of Professional Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Advance Higher Education (Advance HE) Program
  2. Establish and maintain a smart quality management and looping system
  3. Assist students in academic ethics case
  4. Other supporting and assigning affairs

Office of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

  • Providing Assistance for Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Promotion and Execution of Established Regulations/Policies
  • Promoting tasks of Center for Teaching and Learning Development(CTLD)
  • Securing the Competitive Advantage of NCTU

 

E-mail:viceaca@cc.nctu.edu.tw

Dr. Yong-Sheng Chen Office of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

yschen@nctu.edu.tw
# 31430, 31316

Dr. Yu-Lun Huang Office of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

ylhuang@cn.nctu.edu.tw
# 50104

Cheng, Sin-Yi Executive Officer

csy@nctu.edu.tw
# 50135
  1. To plan and manage all administrative affairs related to Cross-Disciplinary Program
  2. To compile and organize all meeting proposals and reports at the Office and the CTLD
  3. To provide assistance in all speech events, workshops, and conferences organized by the CTLD
  4. To compile e-news for the Office of Academic Affairs
  5. To execute all other projects related to academic affairs assigned on an ad hoc basis

Division of Admissions

*Admission of International Students  Office of International Affairs, NCTU

(https://oia.nctu.edu.tw/en/)

Undergraduate program

  1. Admission by school recommendation and stars project

    Graduating students from domestic high schools are recommended by their own schools can apply for admission by the stars project in Nov. In Jan., the students must enroll and participate in the subject competency test conducted by the College Entrance Examination Center, and wait the announcement of college placement of department given by above faculty in about Mar.

  2. Admission by application

    Students graduated from domestic public or private high schools accredited by the Ministry of Education must enroll and take part in the subject competency test sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Center, during Nov. to Jan. In Mar., the College Admissions Committee will show the announcement about above tests; then, these advanced students have to pass the assigned subject tests given by the departments

  3. Admission via the joint college subject competency test


    Students graduated from public or private high schools accredited by the Ministry of Education or having an equivalent education level may participate in the joint college assigned-subject competency test sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Center in March; then, in July, getting the transcript to College Admissions Committee to apply the admission by registration and placement.

    * College Entrance Examination Center (http://www.ceec.edu.tw)

    * College Admissions Committee (http://www.caac.ccu.edu.tw)

  4. IV. PE-gifted students

    Undergraduate students from domestic public or private schools, vocational high schools or having an equivalent education level accredited by the Ministry of Education must enroll with their transcripts and wait for the interview of departments in about Feb.

  5. VTechnological and Vocational Students

    Some departments of our school have some quota for technological and vocational students graduated from domestic high school, and these kinds of admission sponsored by Joint Commission of Technological and Vocational Students Admission Committee.

    * Joint Commission of Technological and Vocational Students Admission Committee (https://www.jctv.ntut.edu.tw/index1.php )

  6. Handicapped Students

    Some departments of our school have some quota of admission for handicapped students graduated from domestic high school.

  7. Other Access for undergraduate program

    There are some rules formulated by the Ministry of education, such as the rules for students whose parents have been sent to foreign country by government, several recommended ways for admission to school like Olympic Contest, etc.

  8. Transferred Students

    Some departments of our school have some quota for transferred students. During the date of Jun. to July, students can enroll and take the test sponsored by University System of Taiwan, which combines from four colleges, National Chiao Tung University, National Tsing Hua University, National Central University and National Yang-Ming University.

  9. Overseas Chinese Students & China Students

    Students from China or oversea can contact University Entrance Committee for Mainland Chinese Students. (http://rusen.stust.edu.tw/ )

    Overseas Chinese students can contact University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students. (http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/)



Masters’ & Ph.D. Program

  1. Admission via the assigned-subject competency test for Master Program

    Graduating students from domestic or foreign universities or having the equivalent level of education accredited by the Ministry of Education can enroll in Dec. and take the exam in Feb. Some departments have a few quotas for above students, and they must enroll in about Dec. and participate in the assigned-subject competency test conducted via University System of Taiwan during Feb. to Mar.

  2. Admission via the assigned-subject competency test for Ph.D. Program

    Students graduated from domestic or foreign universities or having the equivalent level of education accredited by the Ministry of Education can enroll in Apr. and take the exam in May.

  3. Admission by the exams of college departments for Masters’ & Ph.D. Program

    During Oct. to Nov., students who have the qualification of Masters’ and Ph. D. Program enrollment can join the Admissions of departments which may give different ways to test, such as oral test, exam and so on.

  4. Masters’ Program designed for working professionals

    Graduating students from domestic or foreign universities or having the equivalent level of education accredited by the Ministry of Education, and having several working experience can enroll in Dec. and take the exam in Feb. Some departments have oral test only. EMBA program usually starts enrollment in Dec, and testing during Feb. to Mar

  5. Overseas Chinese Students & China Students Students

    from China or oversea can contact University Entrance Committee for Mainland Chinese Students. Overseas Chinese students can contact University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students.

    * University Entrance Committee for Mainland Chinese Students (http://rusen.stust.edu.tw/ )

    * University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students (http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/)

Division of Curriculum

  • Curriculum Design
  • Course Selection (Online Course Selection: https://course.nctu.edu.tw/)
  • Course Evaluation and Questionnaires
  • Excellent Teaching Award
  • Calculation of Teacher’s Lecture Hours
  • Assistance in Administrative Affairs

 

E-Mail:chcourse@cc.nctu.edu.tw

Jiin-Fang Lee Director

jflee@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50431
  1. General division affairs
  2. Faculty hourly wages assessment
  3. Cataloging of part-time faculty hourly wages
  4. Degree program budget verification

Fan-ping Lin Assistant

fag@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50421
  1. In charge of: College of Management, College of Information Sciences
  2. Teaching awards
  3. Course selection
  4. General admininstration

Yen-li Li Assistant

ylli@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50422
  1. In charge of: College of Engineering, College of Electrical Engineering
  2. Interschool course selection (for non-NCTU students)
  3. Teaching award, student response surveys, faculty hourly wages assessment

Ching-ho Chen Assistant

cherchen@cc.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50423
  1. In charge of: Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Science, College of Biological Technology, College of Hakka Studies
  2. Curriculum arrangement
  3. Summer school course selection
  4. Interschool course selection (for NCTU students)

Ya-ping Huang Assistant

hyp@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50424
  1. Computer administration/ maintenance
  2. Semester credit fees
  3. Student response surveys
  4. Paperworks handling
  5. Leasing of classrooms

Yun-Chu Wang Assistant

yunchu@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50425
  1. Leasing of classrooms
  2. Classroom maintenance and management
  3. Faculty hourly wages assessment
  4. Teaching awards

Division of Registrar

  • Responsible for Management all student academic records
  • Application for minor and double-major studies
  • Application for credit transfer
  • Application for study suspension
  • Application for department transfer
  • Issue transcripts and certificates in Chinese or in English
  • Issue diplomas

 

E-MAIL:registra@cc.nctu.edu.tw

I-Chi Chuang Director of Registrar

ichi@mail.nctu.edu.tw
# 31688

Coordinating group activities, revising registration-related regulations

Tzu-Hsing Chen Project Assistant

sing50041@mail.nctu.edu.tw
# 31462
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of College of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  2. Manages grades for courses of general knowledge, physics, calculus, and foreign language and physical education.
  3. Bookkeeping, property, equipment

Bao-Tong Yin Project Assistant

ptying@mail.nctu.edu.tw
# 31469
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of College of Computer Science
  2. Collection and delivery of graduate dissertations
  3. Receives, sends out, and manages official paperwork

Zheng-De Huang Technician

cdgogo@g2.nctu.edu.tw
# 31466
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of Faculty of System Enginnering
  2. System management
  3. Printing statistics reports, etc.
  4. Processes applications to use joint databases
  5. Manages grades for Academic Research Ethics Education, Gender Equity Education, and behavior and conduct

Ju-Yu Tsai Staff

nanako@mail.nctu.edu.tw
# 31463
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of College of Engineering
  2. Processes student roll/report card applications
  3. Production and distribution of student IDs (including reissues or refunds)

Pei-Ru Huang Staff

betty@cc.nctu.edu.tw
# 31464
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of International College of Semiconductor Technology, and Colleges of Management, Photonics, and Artificial Intelligence and Green Energy.
  2. Draftee immigration applications
  3. Student roll and report card applications

Li-Chuo Tseng Staff

molisa@g2.nctu.edu.tw
# 31460
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of College of Hakka Studies
  2. Personnel management
  3. Summer school report cards
  4. Cross-college report-cards

Hsuan Tsai Staff

hsuantsai@mail.nctu.edu.tw
# 31465
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of School of Law and Colleges of Science and Biological Science and Technology
  2. Verifies overseas educational background credentials
  3. Management of student academic records of International Degree and Non-degree students
  4. Department transfer applications

Yu-Ying Liang Staff

haky226@nctu.edu.tw
# 31461
  1. Manages student roll and report cards of College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  2. Processes applications of student directly pursuing doctorial degrees
  3. Assisting to revise registration-related regulations
  4. Adjusting tuition fees

Center for Teaching and Learning Development (CTLD)

Office of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

Providing Assistance for Vice President for Academic Affairs

Promotion and Execution of Established Regulations/Policies

Promoting tasks of Center for Teaching and Learning Development(CTLD)

Securing the Competitive Advantage of NCTU


E-mail:csy@cc.nctu.edu.tw

Dr. Yu-Lun Huang Office of Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs

ylhuang@cn.nctu.edu.tw
# 50104

Sheng-Kai Tseng Assistant Professor (practice teacher)

sky@arch.nctu.edu.tw
# 56496

Practice teacher of NCTU-ICT Workshop

Hung-Hsun Chen Assistant Professor (practice teacher)

hhchen@nctu.edu.tw
# 56495

Practice teacher of NCTU-ICT Workshop

Huang, Ze-ni

zeninacs@gmail.com
03-5712121 # 50136
  1. To execute projects of evaluation for all academic departments.
  2. To build and maintain curriculum maps.
  3. To execute other affaires or projects assigned on and hoc basis

Yi-Ting Ho Project assistant

tingh@nctu.edu.tw
# 50148
  1. 1. Course integration
  2. 2. Motivation-oriented teaching

Wen-Hsun Chen Project assistant

may9077@nctu.edu.tw
# 50105
  1. 1. Teaching practice plan
  2. 2. "Leadership Cultivation Credit Program” (admissions, course coordination, student counseling guidance, arrangement of teaching assistant, event execution, website and social media management and maintenance)
  3. 3. Cross-disciplinary teacher community
  4. 4. Summer academy
  5. 5. Cross-disciplinary topic discussion platform
  6. 6. Center of Teaching and Learning Development web management and maintenance
  7. 7. Official letter registration table
  8. 8. Space, Internet phone book management
  9. 9. Cross-disciplinary teacher community (proxy)

Wen-Chin Huang Project assistant

chinh@nctu.edu.tw
# 50108
  1. 1. "Cross-disciplinary Program" (admissions, student counseling guidance, event execution, website and social media management and maintenance) 「跨域學程」業務(招生、學生輔導、活動執行、網頁及社群網站管理維護)
  2. 2. Supplementary Instruction Session
  3. 3. PBL course subsidies

Yu-Ching Chiu



Center for Digital Content Production

Center for Digital Content Production

To combine and utilize the advantages and resources of all universities in Taiwan, NCTU has appointed its Committee for Web-based University to establish the Web-based University System of Taiwan. It plans to create an international cyber learning environment by collaborating with other institutes of higher education in Taiwan.

Promotion of Online Learning and the Proposal of Pertinent Regulations.

Technological Support to the Online Platform for Academic Affairs.

To Organize Trainings on Online Learning/Teaching.

Contact us NCTU: +886 3 5712121 (or +886 2 23812386 from Taipei; pertinent rates apply) Office Extension: 31433 or TEL: +886 3 5131433 FAX: +886 3 5728302 Email: dcpc@nctu.edu.tw

ADDRESS: 1001 University Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan 300, ROC

Dr. Yong-Sheng Chen Director

yschen@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31430, 31316
  1. Administrative Supervision.
  2. Administration of online courses and the drafting/planning of regulations pertinent to the production of digital contents.

Guan-Ruei Tzeng Assistant Engineer

wentsun@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50152
  1. Maintenance and development of E-campus learning system.
  2. Technical support to the digitalization and network of academic affairs.
  3. Design of multimedia programs.

Meng-Cheng Ko Technical Specialist

mcko@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31433, 31434
  1. Maintenance and service of e-learning system.
  2. Organize Trainings on Online Learning/Teaching.

Apple Cheng Managing Editor

applecheng@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31784
  1. Project planning for the publication of digital course materials.
  2. Editing of publications and e-journals.
  3. Planning and execution of promotions for new publications.

Chien-An Chen Editor

morpheuschen111@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50155

Customer Service and Assistance of execution of promotions for new publications.

Po-Ting Liu Administrative Assistant

potingliu@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50503
  1. Inventory Control and Customer Service.
  2. Accounting and Contract Management.
  3. Product design of NCTU Press.

Center for Continuing Education

The center for Continuing Education of National Chiao Tung University, in compliance with our university's development objectives, provides various programs for part-time student. The programs are on an open enrollment basis as long as the applicants meet the entry requirements for the specific program they are interested in. Our innovative curriculum planning and experienced faculty annually attract more than 10,000 students including industry professionals and general adults as well. Our features and duties include:

  • Complete Administrative Structure to Foreground the University’s Strength
  • To Foster Managers for High-tech Industries
  • To Promote Education through the Use of Advanced Technology
  • To Foster Interdisciplinary
  • To Provide Multiple and Flexible Trainings

Yu Lun Huang Director

ylhuang@cn.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 52534
  1. Arrangement and promotion for Continuing Education Center
  2. Coordination/ policy decisions for promotion and innovation of center affairs

Yi-pei Su Assistant

iligo@g2.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50147
  1. Assistance to QC3 courses, Information Education and the 3rd Semester courses
  2. Assistance to general affairs

Yu Jen Chiang Technician

yoke@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 52528
  1. Continuing Education Center non-credit program
  2. maintenance of computer automation system

Hsuan Ju Shen Technician

maggie@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 52527
  1. Continuing Education Center non-credit program
  2. Assistance to general affairs

Ivy Lin Assistant

ivylin@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 52527
  1. Continuing Education Center non-credit program
  2. Assistance to general affairs

Su Mei Liu Assistant Coordinator

viona@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 52529
  1. Inspection and review of courses on behalf of NCTU Continuing Education Committee
  2. customer service on Continuing Education course contents

Open Education Office

  • Establishing and promoting Open Education and NCTU OpenCourseWare (NCTU OCW).
  • Clarify and popularize the Creative Commons Taiwan 4.0 License.
  • Research and develop pioneering open education methods and strategies.
  • Apply and popularize open education learning aids.
  • Collaborate with international organizations to promote high quality open education resources.

Carry out other relevant affairs and plans.

Dr. Ta-Wei Li Director

twli@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 56584

Planning, Execution and Administrative Supervision of Open Education Office at NCTU

LIN, MONG-YING Assistant

mying@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 56071
Duputy
: Hsieh,Feng-Chen
  1. Constructing and promoting the OCW of NCTU, course taping and editing
  2. Executing the derivative project and application of OCW
  3. Propagandizing OCW (FB, YouTube and ITunes management and maintenance)
  4. Executing business of OEO, briefing and report writing and collection
  5. Holding lectures, workshops, and seminars of OEO
  6. Other assignments

Kent Assistant

ken930603@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 56072
  1. Administrative business of distance teaching, equipment management and maintenance of distance teaching, recruiting and training the distance teaching team
  2. Project classes/lectures planning, recording and editing
  3. Constructing and maintaining the content of OCW platform, website traffic analysis and statistics
  4. Hardware device management and maintenance
  5. Other assignments

Hsieh,Feng-Chen Assistant

pine600@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 56073
  1. Recording and editing the courses and lectures of OCW
  2. Video quality control and quality improvement
  3. Recruiting, training, and managing the video team
  4. Hardware device management and maintenance
  5. Supporting course digitalization and technical services
  6. Other assignments

NCTU Press

National Chiao Tung University Press has been established since 1999, focusing on Chinese Studies of Asian scholars. Being through different steps of development and transformation for over two decades, the Press shows a new dimension of academic publishing in recent years. In addition to publishing textbooks and academic books of Science and Engineering, the Press also constructs multi-discourse of different disciplines, such as Otaku Studies and STS Studies. Furthermore, we are committed to popularize knowledge via demotic topics and writings, and encourage young learners to engage in the publication. We care about our land from a local perspective, expecting to create new value of reading and a different view of academic publishing.

 



NCTU: +886 3 5712121 (or +886 2 23812386 from Taipei; pertinent rates apply)

Office Extension:31542 or TEL: +886 3 5131542 FAX: +886 3 5728302

http://press.nctu.edu.tw

https://www.facebook.com/nctupress

Email: press@nctu.edu.tw

ADDRESS: 1001 Ta Hsueh Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan 300, ROC

Innovative Creative Technology Co-working Space

Our Mission

National Chiao Tung University established the Innovative Creative Technology Co-working Space (NCTU-ICT) to promote a creative, innovative, and inventive learning environment. Through course topics that are unique, progressive, and cutting-edge, the project will benefit students from different departments/colleges and challenge them to explore ideas in an interdisciplinary context.

Faculty members from various fields come together to form specialized task forces, which are based in the University’s Engineering Building 1. The goal of the NCTU-ICT is to facilitate interdisciplinary education, providing a platform for students and teachers with different expertise to communicate and collaborate with one another, thus encouraging practical learning through hands-on experiences. The NCTU-ICT offers basic courses during the semester, ideal for students who are interested in interdisciplinary learning. However, courses are not limited to the regular school schedule – advanced courses and capstone units with flexible credit hours are also offered in the evening, on weekends, or during summer vacations. Credits acquired by taking courses offered by the NCTU-ICT can also count towards students’ graduation requirements. So what are you waiting for? Sign up for an NCTU-ICT course today and broaden your horizons!

 

Responsibilities of the NCTU-ICT and Purview of its Members

Dr. Bing-siang Yang CEO of NCTU-ICT

bsyang@mail.nctu.edu.tw
50134

Oversees the operation of NCTU-ICT

Dr. Yu-Lun Huang Associate Dean,Office of Academic Affairs

ylhuang@g2.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50104

Oversees the operation of NCTU-ICT

Dr. Sheng-Kai Tseng Assistant professor

sky@arch.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 56496
Duputy
: Dr. Hung-Hsun Chen

Dr. Hung-Hsun Chen Assistant professor

hhchen@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 56495
Duputy
: Dr. Sheng-Kai Tseng

Hung-Jung Chen Assistant

hungjung@g2.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50131
Duputy
: Yi-Ting Guo
  1. Equipment management
  2. Management of teaching assistants

Yu-Ching Chiu Assistant

chiuyc@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50142
Duputy
: Yu-hsuan Teng
  1. Classroom management
  2. Equipment management
  3. Website management

Yi-Ting Guo Assistant

timi@nctu.edu.tw
50138
Duputy
: Wan-Ling Yang

Curriculum design and course management

Wan-Ling Yang Assistant

wanling@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 50146
Duputy
: Yi-Ting Guo

Curriculum design and course management

Yu-hsuan Teng Assistant

yuhsuanteng@nctu.edu.tw
50149
Duputy
: Yu-Ching Chiu
  1. Course student recruitment
  2. Teaching outcomes presentation
  3. Organizing events, activities, campaigns, etc.

Higher Education Accreditation for Teaching (HEAT)

This professional certificate program co-designed by National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) and the Advance HE in the United Kingdom aims to provide faculty and doctoral students with professional training in teaching and learning in higher education. It supports the participating faculty and doctoral students’ professional development in quality teaching that leads to effective student learning. After completing the program, we hope the participants will be able to draw on key concepts and relevant evidence of effective teaching and teaching development. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on their own classroom practices (now and future) and apply the certificate course content to their pedagogical design and personal development as educators.

Dr. Lu-Chun (Regine) Lin  Director

reginelin@g2.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 52716

Planning, Execution and Administrative Supervision of Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (CETL-HE)

Dr. Li-Jen (Tommy)Wang Consultant

tommywang@nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 52714

Consultant of Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (CETL-HE)

Cathy Chang Assistant

cathych@mail.nctu.edu.tw
03-5712121 # 31262

Implementation of Professional Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Advance Higher Education (Advance HE) Program