- How should I prepare myself before coming to NTU to study maths undergrad?
- Are there any special regulations regarding international students?
Calculus: Some acquaintances with basic functions (polynomial functions, trigonometric functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, or even, anti-trigonometric functions ) are preferred. It might help you even smoother if you got some idea about sequences, series, limit, calculus based on polynomial functions, and have some experiences with basic trigonometric identities and standard inequalities (like arithmetic and geometric mean inequality, Cauchy-Schwarz inequality) and
Linear Algebra: Taiwan high school students know basic Gaussian elimination method, basic matrix operation, and they are familiar with the vector notion of plane and space geometry.
All students are required to take 18 credits worth of so-called “general education courses”. While Taiwanese students have to take at least one course from each of a number of categories, international students can take these courses from any category.