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Entrance Requirement

A. Definition of International Students

Those who have foreign nationality and have never held R.O.C. nationality and also who do not possess overseas Chinese student status at the time of their applications.

Those who have foreign nationality and have resided overseas (excluding Mainland China , Hong Kong, and Macau) for more than 6 consecutive years (whose stay in Taiwan per calendar year does not exceed a total of 120 days before August 1, 2014), must fulfill the following requirements:

1. In possession of R.O.C. nationality at the time of application, but have never  held household registration in Taiwan since birth.

2. In possession of R.O.C. nationality prior application, but ceased to possess the nationality for at least 8 years since the date on which a revocation was issued the Ministry of the Interior, up to August 1, 2014.

3. In either of the cases as described in the preceding two paragraphs, those who have never studied in Taiwan under the status of an overseas Chinese student and those who have been never accepted for 2014 admission placement by University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese students.

Those who once had R.O.C. nationality and applied to renounce R.O.C. nationality (prior to February 1, 2011) for at least 8 years since the date, on which a revocation was issued from the Ministry of the Interior, up to August 1, 2014.

Those who have foreign nationality, concurrently holding a permanent residence status in Hong Kong or Macau, but never held household registration in Taiwan since birth at the time of application, have resided in Hong Kong, Macau, or overseas (excluding Mainland China) for more than 6 consecutive years prior to August 1, 2014, and who stay in Taiwan per calendar year do not exceed a total of 120 days.

Those who were the former citizens of Mainland China and currently have foreign nationality, but have never held household registration in Taiwan since birth at the time of application, have resided overseas (excluding Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau) for more than 6 consecutive years prior to August 1, 2014, and who stay in Taiwan per calendar year do not exceed a total of 120 days.

Those who have been selected by a foreign government, organization, schools or educational/ cultural group according to the Education Cooperation Framework Agreement and do not hold the household registration since birth as well as receive the approval from the designated authorized government educational institutions.

According to Article 2 of the Nationality Act, a person shall have the nationality of Republic of China under any conditions provided by the following subparagraphs:

1.His/ Her father or mother was a national of R.O.C. when he/she was born.

2. He/ She was born after the death of his/her father or mother, and his/her father or mother was a national of R.O.C. at the time of death.

3.He/ She was born in the territory of the R.O.C., and his/her parents can't be ascertained or both were stateless persons.

4.He/ She has undergone the nationalization process.

 

B. Educational/Academic Background

Applicants who have graduated from a high school, college or university recognized by the Ministry of Education, R.O.C. can apply for admission. (Please refer to the website http://www.fsedu.moe.gov.tw/index.php)

International students with a high school diploma or above are eligible to apply for undergraduate programs, bachelor's degree or above for Master programs, and Master's degree or above for Ph.D. programs.

Applicants with equivalent qualifications to the academic degree system of R.O.C. can apply for admission.

 

C. Chinese Proficiency Ability

Language requirements may differ from program to program. If required otherwise, the applicants should meet the specific requirements demanded by the intended departments or graduate programs.