Campus Life


Campus life

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Sports facilities

TMU Gymnasium provides a complete range of facilities for indoor sports, such as standard-size swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, aerobics room, cycling room, weight training room, table tennis and badminton areas. Outdoor sports courts for baseball, softball, basketball, tennis and golf are also available on campus. TMU's sports competitions are held every year from April to June. ...more

Student clubs

Student clubs are abundant at Taipei Medical University! Eighty-five clubs offer opportunities in service, entertainment, academics, performance and management. TMU leads Taiwan's universities in student activities, which are important parst of the TMU experience, especially medical service activities. Normally nine groups serve in remote villages or foreign countries each winter vacation, while in summer a dozen groups offer help in underserved areas. Students participating in these groups are not only offered free medical services and health care education, but also perform live shows to entertain their host communities. South India and Malawi were the destinations of recent trips. Another specialty is our performing clubs, such as the Sing Song Chorus, the TMU Orchestra and the Ballroom Dance Club. These groups often win university competitions and have been invited to perform in Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States for TMU alumni and foreign country representatives. TMU students have many opportunities to prove that their talents extend beyond medicine....more

Food court and restaurants

Inexpensive and nutritious meals are easy to find on campus. The food court in the lower level of the United Medical Building offers sandwiches, hamburgers, Chinese lunch boxes, fresh fruit drinks, noodles, and vegetarian food. The upper level is Mr. J, an Italian-French restaurant sponsored by popular singer and composer Jay Chou and friends. A convenience store next door offers other meal options. TMU Hospital's canteen also offers nutritious meals. 


Taipei Medical University's main library was established in 1962. The collections include printed and electronic books, journals and databases in Chinese, English, Japanese and other languages. The library receives more than 10 newspapers and 230 magazines every day and all the databases can be accessed online. In addition to circulation services, the library provides other services such as library orientation and instruction, reference service, inter-library loan and selective dissemination of information. The fourth floor is equipped with DVD, LD, VHS and CD-ROM players. Readers can enjoy films or preview them before borrowing. On the ground floor, an exhibition space changes display every two months to encourage readers to look at books they might be interested in. The Art Gallery on the second floor is the hottest place for student and community artists with shows booked long in advance. Two other library branches are located in Wan Fang Medical Center (built in 1997) and in Shuangho Hospital (built in 2008), with 360 square meters for holdings in each library.


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