• 01How long is the program?

    MS students are projected to finish the program in 1.5-2 years. Ph.D. students are projected to finish in 4-6 years.
  • 02Additional questions?

    Please contact us at ntumgh@ntu.edu.tw! Here are some useful links; Please refer to the Office of International Affairs website (oia.ntu.edu.tw) for information on:
    - Visa and immigration
    - ARC
    - Health Insurance
    - Health Exam and more.

    Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH)

    Council on Education for Public Health
  • 03Is there a student handbook?

    Yes! The Student Handbook includes information on course requirements, thesis information, and lots of other resources available to you. Please take a look through our handbook by copying and pasting this link: https://globalhealth.beta.tw/datas/upload/site/2021121014380652.pdf.
  • 04Is there a language requirement for the program?

    Yes, there is an English requirement for all students. Please look at the application requirements to see the exact requirements! There is no Mandarin Chinese language requirement.
  • 05Are there any scholarship opportunities?

    Many unique scholarship opportunities are available to support your Global Health studies. Opportunities can be found within the Office of International Affairs website:



    The Global Health Program also offers merit-based scholarships for a limited number of applicants each year.

    Other Financial Resources:

    Taiwan Ministry of Education – Education Division

    Study In Taiwan

    Fulbright Program
    Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs – United States Department of State

    USA Study Abroad website
    What they say: “Study abroad is a time of great discovery—young Americans experience the world and begin to form networks that will enhance their prospects in the world’s marketplace and their potential as global problem-solvers. Americans who study abroad build understanding as unofficial ambassadors for our country, defining American values and debunking stereotypes.”

    Study Abroad.com
    What they say: “Any hesitation about studying abroad is typically related to the cost. However, what most students don't know is that they can actually apply their current on-campus financial aid package to their study abroad trip in addition to scholarships.”

    BenJamin A Gilman International Scholarship – USA

    College Scholarship search engine – “Helping Students Pay for College Since 1999