Visiting Scholar

Visiting scholars are individuals who is whose primary purpose for residence on NTU campus is to conduct research and / or lectures. The applicant shall not possess a student identity when applying for the program. The length of stay for a visiting scholar is normally not more than one year. Visiting scholar positions are not compensated.

A visiting scholar program is a fee-charge program.

Since August 2014, every visiting scholar must be enrolled in the Visiting Scholars Program. It incurs a university fee based on the duration of your stay:


University fee

1-14 days

TWD 6,000

15-30 days

TWD 10,000

31-90 days

TWD 15,000

91-180 days

TWD 26,000

181 days - 1 year

TWD 46,000

All visiting scholars are required to pay a one-time non-refundable university fee.

* Please note that visiting scholars are responsible for their own insurance, parking license, transportation from airport. The fee for a reissue of your NTU ID card is 150 NTD.

Visiting scholars are granted a variety of privileges, including access to department building, the University’s Libraries, and gym. Visiting scholar status does not guarantee assignment of an office or workspace. These must be negotiated with our department.

Want to become a visiting scholar at NTU Law?

All visiting scholars are required to have a host from NTU Law (i.e., faculty member). To enroll in the program, complete the application and send the required documents to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. In your email, be sure to specify the dates of your intended visit, including both the start date (from...) and end date (to...). Upon approval of your application, our staff will send you a formal invitation letter.

Required Documents:

  • Curriculum Vitae (including a list of publications)
  • Research proposal
  • Certificate of current employment status
  • Letter or email from an NTU Law faculty member expressing their willingness to collaborate on research and host you

Useful Information

We have prepared this handbook for visiting scholars/ professors with a variety of information regarding your stay. You are welcome to download. More information can be found at NTUOIA’s webpage.




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