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Business -- Undergraduate Overseas Studies in Taipei, Taiwan (National Taiwan University)

Undergraduates in the Marshall School of Business can study at the National Taiwan University for a semester or an academic year through Marshall's International Exchange Program.
November 11, 2008

National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei, Taiwan

Semester terms are available. The Fall semester begins in mid August and ends in late December while the spring semester begins in the second week of January and ends in late May.
Applicant Requirements:
3.0 USC and Marshall School Cumulative G.P.A.
Language Requirement:
NTU offers business courses in a wide variety of disciplines, specializing in Finance/Accounting and Management. Students also have limited access to graduate level courses as part of their curriculum offerings.  In addition, students are eligible to enroll in Chinese language courses outside of the College of Management (please note: in order to complete an entire concentration abroad, students would need to enroll in 5 business courses in addition to the Chinese language course).

Courses at NTU are all 3 units. The average course load at NTU is 4-5 courses (12-15 units), with students enrolling in no more than 6 courses (18 units). Each 3 unit NTU course would equal 3 USC Units.  USC students will enroll in a minimum of 15 NTU units each semester in order to satisfy their business requirements.

Elective Courses:
Extracurricular Courses:
Units Earned:
USC students will enroll in a minimum of 15 NTU units each semester in order to satisfy their business requirements
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