After WW II and Taiwan's retrocession to Chinese Sovereignty, the R.O.C. government completed the taking-over work officially on November 15, 1945, with Dr. Tsung-lo Lo serving as the first president, and reorganized and renamed the school "National Taiwan University". The Faculty of Literature and Policitcs of TIU was divided into two colleges: the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Law.
NTU has 11 colleges, 54 departments,107 graduate institutes, and eight master's and PhD programs, which range from the natural sciences to the humanities, society, and the arts. It offers more than 7,800 courses each semester, placing it tops in the nation in terms of both breadth of academic fields and volume of programs. Students who study at NTU become a part of the nation’s richest center of learning and are given the opportunity to receive a diverse, superlative education.
All international students can apply for accommodation. However, the University is NOT able to arrange accommodation for couples or families.
The NTU Library contains four million volumes.
NTU offers wide computing availability on campus and provides webmail portals, multiple networking services, computer courses, distance learning services, cloud computing for storage, software share and mobile devices, such as MyNTU portal, NTU Space, NTU AppShare, NTU SoftBank and iNTU.
NTU's main location is a large garden-campus in the center of Taipei, and is easily accessible by public transport.
Student activities flourish as an integral part of NTU's liberal and pluralistic environment.