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    The mission of the Graduate Institute of Manufacturing Technology is to create knowledge about mechanical and manufacturing engineering within the areas of industrial production and mechanical systems and transfer this knowledge to graduates, society, consumers and businesses. Knowledge building is based on strategic and application-oriented research with a generic character.
    Fundamental as well as practical trainings are both emphasized in the objectives of education in GIMT. The GIMT offers courses that cover specialist and advanced manufacturing engineering subjects, combining expertise in mechanical, material and mechatronic and computer engineering and the impact of human factors on products and systems. The great opportunities for the students to involve in research projects from National Science Council (NSC) are provided. Not only the collaborations with company are available, but also short-time practical training course in the company and short–term abroad reach is possible in GIMT. The students can develop the both research-orientated practical experiences and further research. Many courses are conducted in English to accommodate international students. Several foreign students have already joined the GIMT international program in the past years.

M.S. Program Intro

►Minimum of credits for graduation: 32 credits.

►8 Credits of required courses: Including 6 credits for Master Thesis, 2 credits for Seminar; 24 credits for electives courses.

►Max number of credits allowed outside the department is 6 credits. For thesis requirements, students can take up to 9 credits after approval from advisor and department chair; classes from night division are also considered “outside the department”.

►Number of elective credits for international students is 24 credits. English-taught courses offered by the departments in College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science or College of Engineering can be validated as IMT courses, after approval from advisor and department chair.

Graduation & Course Policy:Master Program

Ph.D. Program Intro

►Minimum credits for graduation: 34 credits.

►Compulsory credits: 16 including the Doctoral Dissertation 12 credits (3 or 6 credits per semester). 4 credits for Special Topics on Practice R&D (1 credit per semester, divided among 4 semesters).

►Elective Courses: at least 18 credits; after advisor’s approval, the student can choose at most 9 credits at other departments in Taipei Tech. 

►After passing the qualifying exam, students may start to take the Doctoral Dissertation credit.

►The threshold score of English proficiency for graduation is TOEFL iBT 77 or TOEIC 650 (or other equivalent English tests excluding the English proficiency graduation threshold appraisal test held by our school). When students apply for doctoral degree examination, they need to submit the language test transcript for approval.

►If the score does not meet the graduation threshold of English proficiency after taking the said English test, they will be deemed to have passed the graduation threshold of English proficiency after studying and passing the courses" Technical English Writing” and “Technical English Presentation” offered in our program. These two courses can not be included in the calculation of graduation credits.

►Foreign students from native English-speaking countries are exempt from the English proficiency graduation threshold requirement.

Graduation & Course Policy:Ph.D. Program