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Institute of Intellectual Property, NTUT
MIP - Master of Intellectual Property




Graduate Institute of Intellectual Property (IIP) at National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech) has been successfully involved in IP education for several years and provide high quality courses taught in fully supportive learning environment.

In the era of global knowledge economy, IP acquirement, protection and effective management become the critical foundation of competitiveness for enterprise and the key factors in gaining the competitive edge. With an increasing demand of people’s engagement in the IP field, Taipei Tech established “the Institute of Intellectual Property” which started to enroll students from 2011. The Institute intends to cultivate potential talents with international visions and skills in the global knowledge industry, which based on the exchange trend and the demand of global business.

The IIP, thru working in collaboration with international institutions, is able to provide a diverse learning and cultural experience for students. The global partnerships we have developed with include university in Japan, Malaysia and etc. (Refer to Taipei Tech Office of International Affairs website for more details). Therefore, Taipei Tech IIP students have the opportunity to gain international experience by studying abroad as part of, or alongside, their studies.

Graduates from our institute will have many opportunities to find their desired careers, such as patent examiners of the Intellectual Property Office, technical review officers of the Intellectual Property Court, patent drafters, patent (trademark) attorneys, or professionals on the IP management for working for enterprises or law firms.

Based on the consideration of the trend of IP developments, the Institute also recruits adjunct faculties in the practice in order to facilitate interactions between students and enterprises, i.e., to assist graduate students to seek internships as patent prosecutors or legal associates in the enterprise.



Based on the development of national key science and technology and Taipei Tech, the Institute takes advantages of predominant technological bases of Taipei Tech to aim for a forward-looking and professional institute. The Institute intends to educate outstanding graduate students as cross-disciplinary professionals, to enhance IP protection for research and development of state and to promote the industrial level in Taiwan.

Furthermore, this Institute integrates faculties of various specialties residing in northern Taiwan based on the geographical convenience in Taipei, and creates an integrated platform for industry-university collaborations and strategic alliances, so as to enhance the strengths of the Institute in the fields of industry, government, academic research.

Based on the exchange trend and the demand for business between Taiwan and China, the Institute cultivates IP professionals with international prospect and skills in cross-strait knowledge industries.

This Institute also endeavors to integrate teaching resources of departments and institutes in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, to promote cooperation among colleges in Taipei Tech and alliances among universities. Furthermore, the Institute manages the records of alumnus engaging in IP business and the fruits of research and development of Taipei Tech to seek internships for students.

According to the principle of “Technology and Science as a base, and Intellectual Property as a tool,” the IP Institute aims to arrange “Practical” and “Diversified and cross-disciplinary” courses to improve students’ abilities and capabilities in the IP fields.

The Institute recruits adjunct faculties from related fields of business, facilitates interactions between students and enterprises, and educates students with global vision following the trend of IP developments.

IP Institute actively encourages and assists graduate students to seek internships as patent prosecutors, legal associates in the IP field for the demand of industrial developments.




Contact: Office of International Affairs,  Taipei  Tech