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QuestionWhat courses do the Program provide?
AnswerIn addition to the required course, Research Methods and Thesis Writing, students may choose 4 courses out of 21 from the Program and 3 courses from other programs/departments/colleges/universities.  Please access to the Curriculum>Table of Course Credits for all courses by the Program; however, for available courses provided in specific semesters, please refer to the NTUA Online System <https://uaap.ntua.edu.tw/ntua/>.
QuestionWhat are the requirements for graduation from the Program?
AnswerStudents are required to take 27 credits (including 3 for M.A. thesis) and to pass the thesis defense. We strongly encourage students to take either Independent Study or Internship to strengthen their capabilities on academic research and practical application. Please refer to the section of Curriculum>Program Provisions on the Program website for further information.
QuestionWhere is the MACAIS?
AnswerThe main space for students is the MACAIS Office, Room 407 at the 4th floor of Sound and Image Arts Building. Students may also use space of the Graduate School of Arts Management and Cultural Policy, Library, and College of Humanities. The Program attempts to expand our learning space to art institutions, cultural activities, and academic events around New Taipei City and Taipei City, and hence students are encouraged to participate in academic workshops and conferences and artistic activities and events in accordance with the course requirements.
QuestionWho are the Program instructors/professors?
AnswerThe Program forms a faculty team in order to fulfill the program goals. With professional specialties of diverse academic disciplines, namely,Humanities, Fine Arts, Design, Communication, and Performing Arts, our faculty teaches their specialized courses in English. The Program may invite visiting faculty or lecturers for specifice topics if necessary. Other programs/departments/colleges of the NTUA also arrange lectures, workshops, conferences for all NTUA students.
QuestionHow could I contact the MACAIS Office?
AnswerYou may either email us at MACAIS@ntua.edu.tw or call us at +886-2-22722181ext.2405.
QuestionI didn't find answers for my questions in the FAQs, what could I do?
AnswerYou are more than welcome to contact the MACAIS Office either by email at MACAIS@ntua.edu.tw or by phone at +886-2-22722181ext.2405.  We are happy to answer your questions.
QuestionI am a graduate student from other universities and interested in your courses, is it possible for me to take your courses?
AnswerYou are more than welcome to take our courses, while you need to follow the regulations of NTUA and your universities to register cross-institution courses.  If you need further assistance, please contact the MACAIS Office at MACAIS@ntua.edu.tw or +886-2-22722181ext.2405.
QuestionI am an NTUA graduate student and interested in your courses, is it possible for me to take your courses?
AnswerYou are more than welcome to take our courses, while you need to follow the regulations of NTUA and your programs to register our courses. If you need further assistance, please contact the MACAIS Office at MACAIS@ntua.edu.tw or +886-2-22722181ext.2405.
QuestionDoes the MACAIS provide Chinese language courses?
AnswerThe MACAIS strongly encourages international students, who have no Chinese language background, to take the Program provided courses, Mandarin and Chinese Popular Culture I & II, to learn basic Chinese and popular culture.
QuestionWhat are the features of the National Taiwan University of Arts?
AnswerNTUA was established as the National School of Arts on October 31, 1955. In 1960, the name was changed to the National Academy of Arts, and then in August 1994 to the National College of Arts was established. The institution took on its present name on August 1, 2001. Education at our institution emphasizes humanistic thinking, creative production, theoretical analysis and hands-on practice. In terms of scope, education includes the local and the international, the avant garde and the traditional, the creative and the commercial, and the theoretical and the practical.
QuestionWhere is the National Taiwan University of Arts?
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The NTUA is located in Banqiao District, New Taipei City.  The address is 59  Daguan Road Sec. 1, Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City 22058, Taiwan R.O.C.  You may find us on the Google Map.

QuestionWhere can I find more information for international students?
AnswerPlease access to the Office of International Affairs Website <http://oia.ntua.edu.tw/en/Default.aspx> for further information.
You may also fine some useful information at "Living in Taiwan" <http://iff.immigration.gov.tw/iffwelcome.asp>.
QuestionI have already received a letter of admission. Can I defer enrollment?
AnswerYou must first register. Once you have completed registration, you may go through Study Leave procedures, and begin your program in the following year.
QuestionHow much money will I need to study in Taiwan?
AnswerThe tuition is approximately 54,000 NTD for the undergraduate program and 12,180 NTD for the graduate program base fee + 5,000 NTD per credit fee x numbers of credits every semester. Individual instruction fee: (for the departments of Music and Chinese Music) Undergraduate is approximately 22,800 NTD ; Graduate is approximately 14,310 NTD. It is estimated that the total tuition for each academic year for a student is about 190,000 to 250,000 NTD. However, the aforementioned expenses will vary slightly from year to year.
QuestionHow could I get to the NTUA?
AnswerThere are several ways to get to the NTUA.



I. From the Airport
• By Driving:
Get to the Northern Way of the National Highway; then get down from the Tucheng Interchange and get on 3rd section of Chungyan Rd.; then get on Chunhua Rd.; then move to Yuanfu Rd.; then Huanhe Rd.; then the 2nd section of Daguan Rd.; then 1st section of Daguan Rd; then you’ll arrive NTUA.

• By Public Transportation:
Get the Airport Bus to Taipei Train Station, then transfer the MRT or trains to Banqiao Train station. Transfer by the taxi or bus, 20minutes later you can arrive NTUA.

• By Public Transportation:
Get the Banqiao Line of Dayou Bus to the Banqiao Transport Corporation. Then transfer the taxi or bus, then you will arrive NTUA in about 20 minutes.



II. From Taipei Train Station
• By Driving:
From Chongqing South Rd. to the 2nd section, Roosevolt Rd.; then get on Ho-ping West Road, through section 1 and section 2; then get on the Meng-Jia Boulevard; get on the Huacui Bridge, then connect to the Sianmin Boulevard, from section 2 to section 1; then get on Guanqian West Rd., turning to. Daguan Rd, 1st section; then you will arrive NTUA.

• By Public Transportation:
Take the train or MRT to Banqiao Station; then transfer Bus 701, 264, 702, 973, or taxi, you will arrive NTUA in 20 minutes.

• By Public Transportation:
Take the MRT to Fuzhong Station. Then transfer the taxi, you will arrive NTUA in 5 minutes.

QuestionCan I work part-time?
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Students may work part-time on campus at 115 NTD/hour, and interested students may go to department office or relevant administration office to inquire about work opportunities. Foreign students who wish to work off campus must have spent at least a year in Taiwan and have good grades. After receiving permission from the university, application must be sent to the Council of Labour Affairs. Except for summer and winter vacation periods, work hours may not exceed 12 hours per week.
QuestionDoes the university have dormitory facilities for international students?
AnswerUndergraduate international students are guaranteed space in the dormitory for four years, and graduate students are guaranteed space for two years.

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