Graduate School of Advanced Technology (GSAT), National Taiwan University (NTU) is established according to the “Industry-University Cooperation and Talent Cultivation and Innovation in Key Fields Act” passed by the Legislative Yuan to support the advancement of industries of key focus to our country, gain a core position in the global supply chain and become an essential base for next-generation technologies.
NTU establish GSAT with a view to supporting the country's long-term talent cultivation policy, addressing concerns over talent shortages raised by Taiwan industries, and strengthening technological advantage in key fields, such as semiconductors. To that end, NTU GSAT differs from current NTU colleges and departments in renewing various laws/regulations, and granting flexible operation for matters such as organization, personnel, procurement, finance/expenditure, and property management.
The goals of GSAT include
- Establish a public-private co-education, co-creation, and co-prosperity mechanism between academia and industry.
- Closely link schools and industries, so that academic research and industrial technology development go hand-in-hand.
- Cultivate high-quality talents who can lead academic research and innovation, and drive industrial development.