National Chengchi University Fact sheet

Traveling to + living in Taiwan

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Student visa information: Visitor visa: a short-term visa for a stay of fewer than 180 days

Students going for an academic year will use a resident visa, which is for stays longer than 180 days.

Learn about immigration + travel


Air travel: Exchange students will be responsible for arranging and purchasing their own round-trip international airline tickets for dates appropriate for the term at the host university. Exchange students should only purchase tickets once NCCU has confirmed the dates of arrival. Students who are nominated for the exchange are eligible to apply for a travel grant from College International.


Nearest international airport: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)


Housing: Exchange students are able to select housing in the online application, which is then arranged accordingly by NCCU. Students may choose from on-campus dormitory options, off-campus house rental options, and the off-campus International House (I-House).

Learn more about housing


Pre-departure orientation: College International staff will provide an orientation the prior semester to help students prepare for their programs. Students are invited to sign up for GLLC-G 291 Study Abroad: Before You Go, a one-credit, second eight-weeks course to help you prepare for the exchange.


Departure preparation + arrival details:

Learn more about departure details


Estimated costs per semester:

  • Tuition: IU Tuition
  • Housing: $387-$1,531
  • Food: $1,211
  • Books: $270
  • Public Transportation: $500
  • OVST administrative fee: $238
  • Plus insurance, visa, airfare

Learn more about ASPIRE Exchanges

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