Rules 5 and 6 of the NTU Directives for the Allocation and Administration of Visiting Scholars Housing state that: When applying for a dormitory unit... Once confirmed (by the applicant’s affiliated department/institute), the applicant shall be required to pay all relevant fees from the agreement’s start (move-in) date indicated in the contract”; and “The occupant may return the dormitory unit to the University prior to the stated expiration date of the contract, but he/she is required to notify management one week in advance before proceeding.
An individual with the following qualifications may apply for the use of a dormitory unit in the visiting scholars category:：
Those who have been recruited in accordance with the NTU Regulations for the Establishment of Distinguished Chair Professorships, who have been designated Yushan Fellows as approved by the Ministry of Education, or experts and scholars who are Nobel laureates, national academicians, or with equivalent qualifications.
Those who have been recruited accordance with the NTU Regulations for the Establishment of Chair Professorships.
Scholars or researchers who have been recruited by the University via the Ministry of Science and Technology’s (MOST) program to recruit research scholars and the implementation of special topic projects or visiting scientific and technological talents; and those recruited to deliver lectures or to conduct research with the approval of the Administrative Meeting. However, postdoctoral researchers and research assistants are excluded.
Chair professor or visiting scholars recruited by the University’s Functional Integration Research Center, or recruited and funded based on the implementation of the Higher Education Sprout Project developed by the Ministry of Education.
Faculty members who are exchange scholars from the University’s sister institutions or organizations that have signed an agreement for academic exchange with the University.
Faculty members recruited and funded by other institutions or organizations who are engaged in lecturing and research activities at the University without remunerations or official positions.
A visiting lecturing scholar may also apply if his/her status is not in conflict with the circumstances specified in the six categories above.
Any person with special approval from the University President.