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Degree Programs

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Undergraduate Program

Undergraduate Program
 
Students applying through Joint Entrance Examination category 2 or recommendation-and-selection scheme are enrolled in the "Image Communication Technology" program. 4-year technological/2-year vocational students applying through joint examinations or recommendation-and-selection are enrolled in the "Printing & Publishing Technology" program. Once admitted students may take courses offered by the other program but transfers are not offered.
Joint Admission
Category
Quota
Remarks
Joint College Entrance Examination
Industrial A (Category 2)
15 places
Offers admission to the Image Communication Technology program
Senior High School Recommendation and Selection
Industrial A (Category 2)
5 places
Offers admission to the Image Communication Technology program
4-year Technical/ 2-Year Vocational
Industrial Design (limited to vocational college graduates)
8 places
Offers admission to the Printing & Publishing Technology program
Vocational High School Recommendation and Selection
Industrial Design (limited to vocational college graduates)
9 places
Commercial Design (limited to vocational college graduates)
3 places
Offers admission to the Printing & Publishing Technology program
The curriculum is designed to place equal emphasis on theory and practice while also meeting the needs of society.
Students in both Printing & Publishing Technology and Image Communication Technology programs are expected to complete 128 units within 4 years in engineering and electronic publishing before they may graduate.
For information about the teaching program, please refer to the NTNU and Department of Graphic Arts Communication academic guidelines.

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