The National University of Taiwan is a public university in Taiwan, located in the city of Taipei.
It is recognised as Taiwan's most prestigious university, training the country's elite in fields as varied as science, economics, finance, languages and politics.
The National Taiwan University (NTU), founded in 1928 in Taipei, has produced many political and social leaders. Both the pan-blue and pan-green movements have their roots on the university campus.
The university has six campuses in the greater Taipei area and two more in Nantou county, covering almost one per cent of the total area of the island of Taiwan.