There are a variety of housing options available in Taiwan. Choices range from economical dormitory-style facilities to upscale apartments and even houses for rent . Many students choose to stay in temporary housing for the first week or so of their stay in Taiwan while they look for more permanent accommodations. Although ICLP does its best to answer students’ questions and provides information on housing, ICLP is not able to provide students with housing directly or make hotel arrangements, etc.. ICLP students are liable for finding their own housing during the length of their stay in Taiwan.
1. Students are advised to sign a contract and keep a copy in a safe place to avoid potentially costly misunderstandings. Most landlords will ask students to sign a one-year contract, but month-to-month agreements are also available. The ICLP office can help with any questions that students may have. We also advise students to check with classmates and program personnel (as to the cost, etc.) before making a final commitment or signing a contract.
2. In Taiwan, the size of an apartment is measured in "Pings" rather than square feet. One Ping is approximately equal to the size of two tatami mats, (i.e. 6' X 6', or 36sq.ft.). For example, a 20 ping apartment is about 720sq.ft.
Home Sweet Home Share House
We look forward to creating comfort zone for you in the noisy city. We care about each other, rely on each other and at the same time we want our residents to be themselves.
We focus on the comfort of the environment, thoughtful services, and the shared public spaces with warm human interactions.
While strangers who you will meet are with open hearts and minds, a home brings a warm social atmosphere!
Hassle-free Life: We make your life easier. Fully furnished apartments with basic facilities provided. We also provide weekly common area cleanings and professional apartment management services.
Communities: We create the communities where privacy and social activities blend in harmony. No matter where you come from, we hope you can enjoy making new connections and sharing your life in here.
Shared Life: Here are the spaces where give you feelings of home and relieve your pressures. We set up a big table in our apartment as a symbol of sharing, hoping that happiness can be exchanged from living together and more importantly, can be remembered and cherished.
1. Taiwan Host Family Program (大專校院境外學生接待家庭計畫)
Taiwan host family program 2.0 provides a channel for families, education institutes, and international students to explore family life and different culture together in Taiwan. Through the network of host family across Taiwan, families and students can apply for hosting event and exchange activities, making the hosting experience not only a unique element for international students but also bringing diverse international perspectives to families. Beginning in 2023, the Ministry of Education's "Taiwan Hostfamily Program”will be continuously promoted by the Office of Network for International Student Advisors.
Web page: https://www.nisa.moe.gov.tw/lmmf/en
3. My Room Abroad
We collected over 450 rooms with English contracts around universities (and plan to expand to more than 1000 by the next semester). Most of the rooms are in the NTU area. We meet with all the landlords to make sure that they can speak English and that they can help the students if there is a problem in the apartment. Our website is in English to help the students to easily understand it. We have a search function that helps to search for rooms by university. You can find NTU in the search bar to help find the rooms around NTU campus.
Web page: http://www.myroomabroad.com/