With the trend of internationalization, enhancing students’ capability of international mobility became an important policy in Taiwanese higher education institutions. Studies related to students’ international mobility in technological university system are still very limited. Recently, driven by Teaching-excellence Project, increasing students’ capability of international mobility has become a basic requirement for pursuing the MOE’s grant. This study aims to determine which factors will impact students’ international mobility in implementing this policy. Given this purpose, this study applied the document analysis to interpret the related data. Thirteen technological universities were selected as the target groups for reviewing their proposals and related implementing documents. The result reveals that the technological universities, emphasized students’ capability of international mobility, will address their mission in both university’s plan and Teaching-excellence Project. Basically, the technological universities have well-established offices for international affairs. Most of the universities have set a requirement of foreign language for graduation. To achieve the requirement, they have also developed online self-learning language programs for their students. In addition, most of the technological universities have encouraged their students to experience oversea volunteers and oversea internship. At the end of stage two (2013), the related strategies have shown significant change in the technological universities. The policy-driven strategy will make difference in campuses, because most of technological universities try to follow the international guideline to get more support from MOE. While the result is not consistent when we judge only by support or without support by TEP at this stage. The suggestions may go to the technological universities that they have not supported by Ministry of Education yet. This study proposes enriching students’ international experiences by setting campus mechanism, focusing basic foreign language requirement for graduation, encourage more students to be oversea volunteers, and provide more internship opportunities for students. These strategies will prompt students’ capability of international mobility in the long run.