National Taiwan University
3.8 of 5 47 reviews
www.ntu.edu.tw Taipei, Taiwan 5000+ Employees

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Research assistant

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Taipei (Taiwan)

I worked at National Taiwan University

Prosgood place to work when you plan to different track of career. very good location and convenient for lots of activity. resourceful places.

Conslots of trivia works to do and sometimes lacks of manpower to finish it. So it takes more time than expected to complete the tasks.

Advice to Senior Managementmaybe hire more people would be one of the solution but it depands on the budgets and the attitude of management so...

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Best research institute in Taiwan

Research Assistant (Former Employee)
Taipei (Taiwan)

I worked at National Taiwan University


Pros: As top 1 university in Taiwan, ntu provides a great environment… Cons: The average quality of graduate students there are somewhat less intellectual than… Advice to Senior Management: I suggest the administrators be more flexible and open-minded. Some of the… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More

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Research Assistant

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I worked at National Taiwan University


Pros: fun to work with smart people and professor. Best university… Cons: The school needs more international perspective More

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