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更新日期 July 12, 2021 更新日期 July 12

QS Best Student Cities ranking: 17th

Taiwan’s universities have been steadily climbing to greater global prominence in recent years, establishing the capital as one of Asia’s leading higher education hubs. Raising three places this year in the QS Best Student Cities ranking, Taipei is home seven universities ranked among the world’s best in the QS World University Rankings® 2020, led by the nation’s flagship public institute, National Taiwan University (NTU) at 69th in the world.

Renowned worldwide for its high-tech industry, Taipei has also become increasingly popular with travelers. Its attraction is something akin to that of cities like Hong Kong, in combining all the attractions of fast-paced modern city life with the appeal of more traditional cultural elements. Taipei sees its largest increase this year in the student mix indicator, rising 12 places to reach 65th, reflecting the city’s diverse student population.

With relatively low tuition fees and living costs, Taipei also has one of the highest scores for affordability, climbing three places in the affordability indicator this year to 14th worldwide. This makes it well worth considering if you’re on a tight budget.

Taipei also ranks 14th for student view (up six places this year) showing that students are enjoying their experience of the city and are often keen to stay after graduation. When asked to name the best things about studying in Taipei, one respondent to our student survey summarized: “Inclusion. Diversity. Friendliness.” Another commented, “The local people are friendly and helpful to foreigners.

Internationally ranked universities in Taipei

National Taiwan University (NTU)National Taiwan University of Science and TechnologyNational Yang Ming UniversityNational Taiwan Normal UniversityTaipei Medical UniversityNational Chengchi UniversityFu Jen Catholic University

More about Taipei

Number of universities ranked by QS

7

Highest-ranked institution

National Taiwan University (NTU) (69th)

Population

8,605,000

Average international fees (at ranked unis)

US$3,500

Desirability rank

51st

Employer Activity rank

30th

Affordability rank

14th

Student View rank

14th

 

To find out how each of the above categories is calculated, view the methodology.

本文首发于 2015 November , 更新于 2021 July 。

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