The NCTU offers degree courses through various programs that attract students from all over the world. The EECS International Graduate Program is one such program that offers graduate/PhD degrees in the field on electrical engineering and computer science. In Taiwan education is imparted in Chinese language but the international program’s courses are taught in English that gives a good opportunity to students from across the globe to explore Taiwan’s education system and ongoing academic research.
Int’l Graduate Program Office
All the courses are structured and designed for the industry. The research labs of the electrical, electronics and computer science are open to all the students and one may choose to join any lab of interest. The students also have the freedom to study subjects from multiple fields like electrical and electronics, computer science and even MBA. The EECS department offers financial aids to students in the form of scholarships, tuition waivers and paid on-campus jobs. Usually, all the students get one or other form of financial aids.
“Libraries are humanities’ link to both the past and the future. In the present, they are vital to maintaining and nurturing the yearning for knowledge in the hearts and minds of patrons. And let’s not forget the pleasure and delight of quiet, cozy browsing and choosing that exact book one cannot live without.” – Anonymous
Art and Music Gallery in the Library
NCTU’s library has a limitless treasure of books – six floor majestic adobe of knowledge. It has thousands of books and journals and magazines from past and present. The library has an online books management system which allows a person to search and locate books, journals or other materials online while checking their availability on shelf. The system also allows reading or downloading eBooks, e-Journals and conference literature.
Life of a research student can be very stressful sometimes. Everyone has a different way of coping with stress; I for one have found some very delightful and solitary places on the campus itself.
My Sanctuary after a long hard day – the old tree near the hostel
I found this solitary tree with a bench; a quiet place to reflect on your life. After a long and hard and sometimes unsuccessful day at work/lab I often spend my time here on cool summer evenings.
My Sanctuary after a long hard day – with friends
My Sanctuary after a long hard day – for some time alone
This Chinese style shelter is a good place to spend time after work. One may sit with friends over a nice cup of coffee or just a read a book when alone. There are many such places on the campus and everyone can choose their own spot.
Filed under Jiao da, Taiwan
The Kuang-Fu campus is a beautiful lush green campus spread over a large area. There are a number of lakes spread around the campus with small gardens between the concrete offices and academic buildings. The Bamboo lake is the largest lake in NCTU, near the Temple gate; it attracts for everyone with its serenity an beauty. Small trails and pavements, shadowed by greens, lead to places inside the campus. The campus with its serene setting, beauty and quiet is a perfect sanctuary for academicians.
Trees flower in winters too
The Campus Greens
The Campus Greens