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Division of the Registrar

| Introduction


The responsibilities of the registrar for undergraduate studies include:

  •  Undergraduate student course selection and academic records statistics
  •  Management of students’ registration status, issuance of academic certificates (incl. academic transcripts, re-issuance of student ID cards etc.)
  •  Managing recruitment exams and applications for admission by undergraduate students; assisting the recruitment exams for graduate students

| Location:Administration Building (AD) 1F  

| Fax:02-2737-6661

| Contact Us:undergraduate@mail.ntust.edu.tw

| Staff:


  Section Chief 

  Shu-Chen Lee (Ms)

- Oversight of the academic administration of all undergraduate programs

  Administrative Assistant
  Tzu-Ling Huang (Ms)

- Gather statistics data for report and evaluation
- Responsible for students of College of Applied Sciences and Information Management

  Administrative Officer 
Chin-Yueh Weng  (Ms)

Responsible for students of 
- Mechanical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- College of Engineering Undergraduate Honors Program

  Administrative Officer

Responsible for students of 
- Industrial Management
- Business Administration
- Management Undergraduate Honors Program

  Administrative Officer
  Candice Tseng


Responsible for students of
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronic Engineering
- College of Electric Engineering Undergraduate Honors Program

  Administrative Officer
  Hui-Chen Chen (Ms) 


Responsible for students of 
- Computer Science and Information Engineering
- Architecture
- Design- Industrial and Commercial 

  Administrative Officer
  Li-Wen Tsai (Ms) 

Responsible for students of
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Foreign students, Chinese Overseas Students recruitment

  Administrative Officer
  Yu-Jhen Hsieh (Ms) 

Responsible for students of
- Applied Foreign Languages
- Official documents delivery
- Certificates application management

Position titles on the English version of the Taiwan Tech website are approximate translations andthat the Chinese language website should be accessed for official position titles.