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The University has a long history of accepting Taiwanese students onto its degree programmes; examples in recent years include Accounting and Finance, Applied Linguistics (TESOL), Business Management, Design, Fashion, Law, Marketing, Public Health, Sport Management and many more.

Our Taiwanese students are involved in a wide variety of clubs and societies at Northumbria University. Find out about the fantastic opportunities available to you at our A-Z of Societies

Entry Requirements

For details on our English Language Requirements and Pre-Sessional Courses visit our English Language Centre pages.

Although some courses have specific requirements for entry, Northumbria will consider any qualification for entry to its courses.

For entry to: You will need: Grade Required:
International Foundation Programme  Senior High School Successful completion of Senior High 2 at an average grade of 60% or Senior High 3 at an average of 55% or above
Undergraduate Associate degree / Junior College Diploma 60-69% / Pass / 2.0
Postgraduate Programmes  4 year Bachelors Degree  Minimum 65%/CGPA 2.7 for courses which require a UK 2:2 equivalent

75%/CGPA 3.0 equivalent for courses requiring a 2:1
3 year bachelors degree Minimum 75%/CGPA 3.0 for courses which require a UK 2:2 equivalent

80%/CGPA 3.5 equivalent for courses requiring a 2:1
Masters degree minimum 70%
Graduate Certificate Bachelors degree 60%

Please note these are general entry guidelines. Actual requirements may vary depending on your chosen course of study and certain courses may have specific or additional entry requirements, full details can be found on our course directory. Decisions for entry will also be based on personal statements, previous study information and not just your final course grading..

Taiwan Country Representatives

For further enquiries, help submitting your application and interviews in your area please contact your local Northumbria University representative whose details are listed below.



7F-2 | No 38 | Pei-Ta Road | Hsinchu | 300


5F-6 | No 11 | Da Tong Road | Taoyuan | 330


IDP Education UK

10F | No 189 | Bo’ai 1st Road | San min District | Kaohsiung City | 80743

Index Education Service

8F-2 | No 290 Ersheng | 1st Road | Qianzhen District | 806


2F-2 | No 139 Zhongzheng | 2nd Rd | Lingya District | Kaohsiung City | 802

Keelung City


No 61-9 | Yi 1st Road | Jhongjheng District | Keelung City | 202


IDP Education UK

3F | 247 Taizhonggang Road | Sec 1 | Taichung

Index Education Service

6F | No 42 Chung MIngS.Road | Taichung | 403


4F-9 | No 378 | Wen-Shin Rd | Section 1 | Taichung City | 408



IDP Education UK

7F | 25 Tunhwa South Road | Sec 1 | Taipei

Index Education Services Ltd

10F. No 261 | Sec 3 Roosevelt Road | Da-an District | Taipei | 106

Oh! Study Education Center

4th Floor | No. 109 | Section 4 | Ren'ai Road | Da-an District | Taipei | 10669


Regus Taipei | Manhattan Centre | 14th Floor | Section 5 | Xinyi Road | Taipei | 11049


3F | No 121 Chung Ching | South Road | Section 1 | Taipei | 100


5F-1 | No 88 Chung Shan Road | Tainan | 700

WIN Education

 9 | No 68 Section 4 | Roosevelt Road | Taipei City |100

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Events for International Students

To find out more events for international students, please view our International Events page.

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