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Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering

 The institute, established in 2006, is to integrate the edu­cation and research resources for electronics and photonics in NTUST. With its existing master and doctoral program, the institute is committed to educating high-level engineers and researchers for the optoelectronics industry. Its current 8 full-time teachers and well-equipped laboratories support cutting-edge researches and teaching in four major fields: Green energy (energy saving and/or substitute energy), image display and lighting, optical networks, and opto­electronics. In addition to the advanced researches, the institute also promotes joint researches and projects among academia and indus­try domestically and internationally.

In EECS, international students for both undergraduate and graduate programs are cordially encouraged and supported.

The government and the university provide scholarships specifi­cally for international students.