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The NTUST MBA Program

The NTUST MBA Program was established in spring, 2006. The international MBA program of School of Management in Taiwan Tech is committed to provide a leading-edge graduate business education in Asia and to foster our students with 3G characteristics (Great business profession, Great industrial practice, and Great global perspective). The program draws on the specific strengths of each of the departments and graduate institutes from the School of Management to deliver a tailor-made international curriculum and seeks to foster excellence and innovation through a culturally diverse learning environment. There are currently 95 students enrolled in the iMBA program.

Our Goal is Being Great, From Asia to the World


  • Develop their leadership and management skills
  • Cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit and develop competencies in critical thinking and communication
  • Acquire a global vision and encourage ethical business responsibility




  • Dual Certificates
  • Bilingual Courses (English and Chinese)
  • Combination of Theory and Practical Training



Integrity of Global View and Management Theories

To better prepare our students for global challenges, the NTUST MBA program develops faculty ties with foreign universities, increases the international content of our programs, explores ways to deliver better executive education, and improves our international visibility to ensure a steady flow of high-quality applicants to our iMBA program. Also, overseas entrepreneurship internship is held annually during school break.

Integrity of Teaching Resources

Our faculty has 69 outstanding members all with Ph.D.’s from Taiwan, US, UK, EU, Australia or Japan. In addition to their daily activities of teaching and supervising student research, they have been very active in academic conferences, professional associations, and advising governments and corporations. Yet, in this post-industrial era of ever-increasing complexity of economic structures and of ever-expanding globalization of business activities, the School always strives to enhance its research projects and strengthen its educational programs.

Course Structure

Total required credits for the NTUST iMBA program is 45. All NTUST MBA students need to complete a practical thesis in the end of the study.

Recommended Courses

The NTUST MBA is a two-year program that begins both in the Spring (February) and the fall (September) each year. Classes typically meet during the day, and most classes are held Monday through Friday. All students are encouraged to take overseas entrepreneurship internship organized by their individual advisors. The internship is designed to equip our NTUST MBA students with hand-on global experience.


There are more than 20 research laboratories.


For All-English programs, among the admitted students, the selected ones will be offered NTUST scholarship. For the first year, Master’s program students can be offered NT$10,000per month for 12 months. All international students can also apply for the Taiwan Scholarship offered by the government. However, those who have already received financial aid from other sources including Taiwan Scholarship are not eligible for NTUST scholarship award.

Semester Period

NTUST runs 2 semesters in each academic year. Fall semester is from September to January of the following year, while spring semester is scheduled from February to June.

Admission Information

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More Information




School of Management

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
43, Sec.4, Keelung Road, Taipei 106, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-2730-3255, Fax: +886-2-2737-6360
Email: kellyke@mail.ntust.edu.tw