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Channels for foreign students who wish to study at NKUHT are as follows:
1. Foreign applicants: Please complete the online registration and mail all supporting documents to NKUHT in accordance with the yearly Admission Guidelines and Application Form, within the set time frame (accepted according to postmarked date; see the Admission Guidelines and Application Form for details.)
2. Overseas Chinese applicants have three channels available to them (Overseas Chinese status is conferred by the Overseas Chinese Affairs Council, R.O.C. (Taiwan)):
(1) Via Joint Entrance Examination: Please refer to the website of the Committee of Recruitment Policy Advancement for Technological Colleges and Universities. All applicants who meet the requirements established on the administration website, that is, overseas Chinese students in Taiwan (for example, who have graduated from a National Overseas Chinese Experimental Senior High School and) who have already participated in and hold a transcript from the Joint Entrance Examination, may participate in the joint allocation for entrance to the day school of four-year institutions of technology and two-year junior colleges. For information regarding the joint allocation for entrance to four-year colleges and universities of science and technology, please visit 
https://union42.jctv.ntut.edu.tw/contents.php?subId=10.
(2) Via an Overseas Chinese Student Preparatory Program (if applicable): Please refer to the National Taiwan Normal University Overseas Chinese Student Preparatory Program website (
http://www.nups.ntnu.edu.tw/). Graduates of this program participate in the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students allocation process ( http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/).
(3) Overseas Chinese students from all regions are asked to visit the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students website (
http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/).

In principle, the University Admission Guidelines and Application Form for Foreign Students is posted every year on approximately December 25. For details, please visit the University Admissions Information website (http://exam.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php and click Foreign Student Application). Should the academic year's Guidelines and Application Form not yet be available, please refer to the previous year's version.

Overseas Chinese students from all regions (including Hong Kong and Macau) are asked to visit the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students website(http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/).

Those conforming with the stipulations of the MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan should consult the Admission Guidelines and Application Form for Foreign Students at the University Admissions Information website.

Taking the 2018 academic year as an example, 6PhD, 10 Master's, 58 four-year Bachelor's, and 5 two-year Bachelor's positions have been allocated. Figures shown in the year's Admission Guidelines and Application Form shall prevail.

Those applying as overseas Chinese students from all regions, please visit the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students website(http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/), or the University Admissions Information website .

Please consult the following website  (http://www.techadmi.edu.tw/search/index.php) and search for the keywords such as ‘baking’ or ‘food and beverage services’.

For information regarding academic credits, please visit the NKUHT website and select Academics. As an example, on the homepage of the Department of Western Culinary Arts (http://wca.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php), select Courses. For further information, please contact the Departments and Graduate Schools(http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/academics/super_pages.php?ID=members1).

The principal language of instruction at NKUHT is Chinese (Mandarin). Applicants should be proficient in listening, speaking, reading, and writing Chinese. Only the professional subjects offered for the Bachelor's program in International Tourism Management, Bachelor's program in Chinese Culinary Arts,International Master Program of Tourism and Hospitality and Ph. D Program of Tourism Management are taught completely in English.

Only students who study in colleges and universities in Taiwan may submit a transfer application, and they should apply for credit transfer and year of study after registration. Please contact the Registration and Curriculum Section by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1220 or email at kelly@mail.nkuht.edu.tw.

According to Article 5 of the Regulations Regarding Study and Counseling Assistance for Overseas Chinese Students in Taiwan: "Overseas Chinese Students must follow these regulations when applying to universities in Taiwan. However, they are not allowed to apply to cram schools, advanced-studies institutions, distance-learning educational institutes, online education establishments, and for undergraduate programs in recurrent education designed by colleges and universities in Taiwan, part-time, in-service courses of Masters programs, and other programs, which are restricted to night classes and classes during holidays"; and Article 10 of the MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan: "International students may not apply for undergraduate programs in recurrent education designed by colleges and universities in Taiwan, part-time, in-service courses of Master programs, and other programs, which are restricted to night classes and classes during holidays." In light of the preceding regulations, overseas Chinese and foreign students are not permitted to study at the College of Continuing Education at NKUHT. Please pardon the inconvenience.

The application will be separated into two periods. Application time for first period is from November 15, 2019 to January 31, 2020 (GMT+08:00). Application time for second period is from February 10,2020 to April 10,2020 (GMT+08:00). Applicants can choose either first or second period for the application.

Applicants can log in to the website using their passport or proof of nationality no. and code no. If NKUHT has already received the applicant's information, Review Status will show as Received. NKUHT handles applications in the order in which it was received. Please be patient for the notification from the system.)

 The University’s first semester is from August of the current year to January of the following year; the second semester is in the following year, from February to July (about half a year for a semester). For information regarding the University's calendar of events, please visit the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/)—Administration—Academic Affairs Office—Calendar, or visit the website of the Academic Affairs Office (http://academic.nkuht.edu.tw/calendar/super_pages.php?ID=calendar1).

 In accord with the regulation within the Admission Guidelines and Application Form, submission is optional.

 The TOCFL certificate is issued by the Steering Committee for the Test Of Proficiency - Huayu. Please refer to their website (http://www.sc-top.org.tw/).

 It is only necessary to provide a copy of the bank book. Legalization by an ROC overseas representative office will not be needed.

 In such a case the applicant must provide both a financial statement and financial guarantee, and both must receive legalization from an ROC overseas representative office.

 

At least U.S. $ 4,000 or more

In accord with the regulation within the Admission Guidelines and Application Form, each applicant is limited to apply to three departments at most. The university will allocate them to the departments in the order the departments are ranked in their applications upon acceptance. (For each of their preferred departments, the applicant should prepare a complete set of application materials and indicate the department on their application materials.)

 

Yes, the application fee will be waived in accord with the 2019 Admission Guidelines and Application Form.

In accord with the 2017 Admission Guidelines and Application Form, acceptance letters and notifications of rejection will be mailed on the middle March of 2018 for the first application batch, will be mail on the middle May of 2018 for the second application batch.

On August 30, NKUHT will mail information regarding registration and a schedule of tuition and miscellaneous fees. Regarding registration and related matters, please contact the Registration and Curriculum Section by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1220 or email at kelly@mail.nkuht.edu.tw.

 

Please contact the International Affairs">Please contact the International Affairs Office by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1751 or email at linhsinyi@mail.nkuht.edu.twor  join facebook(https://www.facebook.com/groups/nkuht.isa/).

For information about scholarships, please refer to the NKUHT Information Web for International Students (http://international.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php or http://iao.nkuht.edu.tw/news/news.php?Sn=148). If further information is required, please contact the International Affairs Office by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1751 or 1752 or email at linhsinyi@mail.nkuht.edu.tw or erinhung@mail.nkuht.edu.tw or join facebook(https://www.facebook.com/groups/nkuht.isa/).

1. For information about tuition, miscellaneous fees, residence fees, materials fees, insurance, computer & internet utility fees, uniform fees, etc., please refer to the Tuition And Miscellaneous Fees section of the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/). Tuition, miscellaneous fees, insurance, computer & internet utility fees, materials fees, etc., are assessed each semester. Only Staff and Students Consuming Cooperative Community fees (for uniforms, sports uniforms, equipment, etc.) are assessed once a year.

2. Master's and PhD student fees for the 2019 academic year: basic tuition and miscellaneous fees, NT$38,124; each academic credit (hour), NT$1,400. NKUHT tuition and miscellaneous fees for day school of four-year Bachelor programs, NT$45,961. Fees for overseas Chinese students are the same as for local students.

3. For further information, please contact the Registration and Curriculum Section (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1220 or email at kelly@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

 

In addition to the fees shown in the Tuition And Miscellaneous Fees section of the website such as tuition, miscellaneous fees, residence fees and materials fees, uniform fees are (approx.) NT$800, bedding fees NT$10,000, laundry fees NT$4,000-5,000/semester, computer & internet utility fees NT$800-900 (included in registration fee), insurance fee NT$300/semester.

Please visit the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/)—select Administration—Academic Affairs Office—Calendar, or visit the website of the Academic Affairs Office 

In accord with the University Methods for Application for a Dormitory (http://student.nkuht.edu.tw/acomn/super_pages.php?ID=acomn2), day school program freshman students all live in residence.If students of other years of study wish to apply for accommodation, priority will be given to first-year day school students and first- to third-year junior college students due to a limited number of bed spaces. However, bed spaces may first be allocated to foreign students, overseas Chinese students, students with a disability card or a catastrophic illness card, low-income students, and students who will serve as members of the Dormitory Self-Governing Committee in the next semester. Please consult the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php—Administration—Student Affairs Office—Lodging Issues). If further information is required, please contact the Personal Counseling Section of the Student Affairs Office (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1360, or e-mail at a0933051016@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

According to the introduction to the NKUHT residences (http://student.nkuht.edu.tw/acomn/super_pages.php?ID=acomn1), two- and four-person rooms are available. If further information is required, please contact the Personal Counseling Section of the Student Affairs Office (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1360, or e-mail at pk1322@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

According to the introduction to the Jing Chen Building (for both men and women) and Chin Pu Building (women only) (http://student.nkuht.edu.tw/acomn/super_pages.php?D=acomn1&Sn=15 and http://student.nkuht.edu.tw/acomn/super_pages.php?ID=acomn1&Sn=16, respectively), two- and four-person rooms are offered at NT$11,500-NT$14,200/semester. If further information is required, please contact the Personal Counseling Section of the Student Affairs Office (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1360, or e-mail at pk1322@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

Materials fees are assessed according to the courses selected. Each course has different fees each semester. For information about tuition, miscellaneous fees, residence fees, materials fees, insurance, computer & internet utility fees, uniform fees, etc., please refer to the Tuition And Miscellaneous Fees section of the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/). For further information, please contact the Registration and Curriculum Section (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1220 or email at kelly@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

The University holds student labor education courses. For the relevant webpage, please visit the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php—Administration—Physical Education Office —Student Labor Education). For further information, please contact the Physical Education Office (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext.ext.1334, or email at cwc@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

Please consult the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php—Administration—Academic Affairs Office—Regulations—Regulations on Credit Offsetting). For further information, please contact the Registration and Curriculum Section (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1220 or email at kelly@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

No. It depends on the regulation of each department. Please consult the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php—Administration—International Affairs Office—Overseas Visit). If further information is required, please contact the International Affairs Office (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1732, or e-mail at emmalin@mail.nkuht.edu.tw) or join facebook(https://www.facebook.com/groups/nkuht.isa/).

Compare and Contrast Table of the Regulations and Rights for Overseas Chinese Students and Foreign Students Who Come to Study in the Universities and Colleges in Taiwan” can be downloaded from http://www.roc-taiwan.org/my/post/217.html.

 

We will recommend you contact the Mandarin Training Centre of National Taiwan Normal University for such courses. They offer a variety of related courses which may be of great help to you. You may visit http://web.mtc.ntnu.edu.tw/mtcweb/index.php?option=com_guoyu&task=show_information&id=123&menuid=122&lang=en for more information. If further information is required, please contact the Language Training Section(by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1903-1905)

Application system review status as below :

1.「Applied」means that we do not receive your document. Please be patient for the notification from the system.

2.「Received」means that we have received your document.

3.「Supplementary documents required」means the applicant did not prepare a complete set of application materials and all the documents.

4.「Application revoked」 means that the applicant revoked his (or her) application.

5.「Review underway」means that Application review in progress.

6.「Matriculated」means that Notifications of successful application sent on 30 June (please see the announcement on the Admissions Information webpage).

7.「Disqualified」 means that Notifications of unsuccessful application sent on 30 June (please see the announcement on the Admissions Information webpage)

According to Article 2 of the MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan, an applicant who holds a foreign nationality and has never held R.O.C. citizenship, and who doesn’t have overseas Chinese status at the time of application, can apply to the NKUHT as per the Regulations. Thus, those holding overseas Chinese status based on the Regulations Regarding Study and Counseling Assistance for Overseas Chinese Students in Taiwan, who accept university places allocated by the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students, should not apply to NKUHT as foreign students.

No! While the OYVTS run by the OCAC, R.O.C. targets “overseas Chinese” or “overseas Chinese youth,” the attendees of the OYVTS are not necessarily overseas Chinese.

No! After consulting the OYVTS Guidelines , NKUHT found that the Guidelines explicitly states that “the OYVTS is of training nature. Universities and colleges are commissioned to offer training courses for the OYVTS. Attendees of the OYVTS don’t have official student status. When they successfully complete the training and pass the prescribed courses, they will be issued a graduation certificate in both Chinese and English, certifying that they have attended the overseas youth technique training classes, in accordance with the regulations of the training universities and colleges. If their qualifications meet the criteria for taking the university entrance exam before they receive the training, they will be issued proof of credits by the training universities and colleges upon successful completion of the required credits and passing the prescribed courses. If they fail to complete the required credits, they will be issued a completion certificate.” According to this statement, an attendee of the OYVTS shall apply to NKUHT as a new student (not as a transfer student). In regard to credit offsetting, please visit the NKUHT website (http://www.nkuht.edu.tw/main.php) – Administration – Academic Affairs Office – Regulations – Regulations on Credit Offsetting. After consulting with the Registration and Curriculum Section of NKUHT, credits earned by taking courses at the OYVTS cannot be offset. For further information, please contact the Registration and Curriculum Section (by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1220 or email at kelly@mail.nkuht.edu.tw).

Those conforming with the stipulations of the MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan should consult the Admission Guidelines and Application Form for Foreign Students at the University Admissions Information website.

Please download the “NKUHT Alternation of Personal Data on the Admission Application Form for Foreign Students”, and proceed in accordance with the instructions within the specified time.

Please refer to the related links provided in the Admission Guidelines and contact the responsible authorities.

According to the Guidelines, an applicant who is a recent graduate doesn’t need to submit graduation certificate at the time of application. However, he/she should still provide proof of enrolment and transcripts for all semesters verified by an R.O.C. overseas representative office.

According to the Guidelines of the NKUHT, an applicant can provide a copy of Chinese language result or proof that can be made available for reference (for example, a Hànyǔ Shuǐpíng Kǎoshì (HSK or the Chinese Proficiency Test) certificate). As per the Guidelines, please attach proof of Chinese language proficiency for reference.

Sorry! The proof-related documents issued by the Ministry of the Interior shall prevail.

According to the Guidelines, teaching at NKUHT is mainly in Mandarin Chinese; the applicant should have the ability to listen, speak, read and write in Chinese. However, the professional subjects of the Bachelor Program in International Tourism Management, the Bachelor’s Program in Chinese Culinary Arts,International Master's Program of Tourism and Hospitality and Ph.D program of Tourism Management are taught in English only. According to the explanation given in the Study Plan, the applicant should complete the application materials in Chinese; however, students who apply for International Bachelor Program in Tourism Management, International Bachelor Program in Chinese Culinary Arts, Department of Applied English, International Master's Program of Tourism and Hospitality and Ph.D Program of Tourism Management can complete their study plans in English. For those who are not applying for the subject above, they are recommended to complete the application materials in Chinese.

Please refer to the Admission Guidelines and Application Form for Foreign Students.

We attach "The Handbook to Overseas Students".If further information is required, please contact the International Affairs Office by phone at 886-7-8060505 ext. 1751 or email at linhsinyi@mail.nkuht.edu.tw or erinhung@mail.nkuht.edu.tw or join facebook(https://www.facebook.com/groups/nkuht.isa/).

Article 2 of the Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan stipulates that “An individual of foreign nationality, who has never held the nationality of the Republic of China and who does not possess an overseas Chinese student status at the time of application, is qualified to apply for admission under the Regulations.” Therefore, a national of the Republic of China does not meet the eligibility requirements for international students. If you wish to apply for admission as an overseas Chinese student, since the status of overseas Chinese students is determined by the authority governing overseas Chinese affairs (Overseas Community Affairs Council), and the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Student (http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/)  is in charge of the recruitment and admission methods for overseas Chinese students, it is suggested that you contact the above-mentioned authorities.

Please download on our website(http://academic.nkuht.edu.tw/files/archive/979_2c9300b1.pdf)

No. Those applying as overseas Chinese students from all regions, please visit the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Students website (http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/) .

The application fails to meet the requirements of the Standards for Recognition of Equivalent Educational Level As Qualified for Entering University. As a result, it cannot be processed. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

 

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