National Taiwan University

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World University Rankings 2014-15

Overall score ?
49.3
Teaching ?
48.8
International outlook ?
27.5
Industry income ?
43.8
Research ?
57.3
Citations ?
47.7

Research farmland and forest, plus a hospital and botanic gardens, help make up NTU's land holding of 84,710 acres. Founded by the Japanese as the Taihoku Imperial University in 1928, it was reorganised in 1945 and gained its current name. Today, its 248-acre main campus has about 34,000 students and a faculty of around 2,000.