Campus Life

Full Scholarship for Outstanding Students
Tuition & Credit Fee Waiver + Monthly Living Stipends (subject to periodic review)
 
Doctoral Program  Tuition & Credit Fee Waiver + NTD 12, 000 (USD 400) monthly stipends for the first 4 years
Master' s Program  First Year: Tuition & Credit Fee Waiver + NTD 6, 000 (USD 133) monthly stipends
 Second Year: Tuition & Credit Fee Waiver
Bachelor' s Program  Tuition & Credit Fee Waiver + NTD 3, 000 (USD 100) monthly stipends for the first 4 years
 

 Download    Guidelines for Outstanding International Student Scholarship of National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology



DORMITORY INFORMATION

First campus

On-campus Dormitory: All degree program international students can choose to stay in on-campus dorms. Each room with a half bathroom can accommodate 4 students. Dorm staffs offer round-the-clock assistance. A variety of facilities such as Internet access, cafeterias, laundry machines, reading rooms, grocery shops, and recreation rooms are available. Leisure and recreation facilities include a track and field stadium, a baseball filed, an indoor swimming pool and a gym.

Female dormitory

Normal fee:NT$7,900~8,400/semester(air-con)

Winter & Summer Vacation:NT$2,000~2,400/month or NT$100~120/day

Number of beds per room:Four-person room

Male dormitory

Normal fee:NT$7,200~8,400/semester(air-con)

Winter & Summer Vacation:NT$2,000~2,400/month or NT$100~120/day

Number of beds per room:Four-person room


Nanzih campus

1.Five-person room: NTD 7,800(one semester)

2.Four-person room: NTD 8,550(one semester)

※Deposit: NTD 1,000(need to pay two semesters once,NTD 2,000)

About the deposit:

(1)To ensure you can live in the dormitory

(2)To pay the electricity fee of air-conditioner

(3)To pay the repair fees of dormitory


Cijing Campus

Four-person room: NTD 8,550(one semester)

※Deposit: NTD 1,250(need to pay two semesters once,NTD 2,500)

About the deposit:

(1)To ensure you can live in the dormitory

(2)To pay the electricity fee of air-conditioner

(3)To pay the repair fees of dormitory


Jiangong Campus

1.Four-person room: NTD 7,950(one semester)

2.Two-person room: NTD 8,500(one semester)

3.The big suite(Four-person):NTD 8,950(one semester)

4.The small suite(Four-person):NTD 7,950(one semester)


Yanchao Campus

1.The suite of Four-person: NTD 9,700(one semester)

2.The suite of Two-person: NTD 13,300(one semester)


Dormitory Information Download



Group Medical Insurance

Regulation


International students are obligated to underwrite the insurance policy. If you would like to use your own insurance that you have purchased from your country, please verify it in one of Taiwan's embassies or representative offices in your country. If not, we will enroll you into Group Medical Insurance for a fee of TWD 500 each month before joining NHI.

 

Payment


The Group Medical Insurance fee is a one-time and non-refundable payment included in the tuition fee every semester. The cost is TWD 500 each month (according to the fee criteria by insurance company, so payment per semester is TWD 3,000 (from September to February and March to August).

 

Medical Treatment Procedures


If you need to receive medical treatment, please check the remarks to make sure that your medical treatment is included in this insurance and follow the procedures below:

1.Go to a hospital or clinic near you for treatment. 

2.Claim for a certificate of your diagnosis.

3.Pay the full fee for the treatment and get both the payment receipt and the certificate of diagnosis.

 

Compensation Application Procedures


For applying for the compensation, you need to bring the following listed documents to the OIA so that we can help you submit them to insurance company:

1.The original receipts of payment

2.The original certificate of diagnosis

3.Photocopy of your Post Office passbook cover

4.Compensation Application Form

5.Passport photocopy 

6.ARC photocopy

For the same symptoms, the insurance company covers only one visit per day. The maximum coverage per visit is TWD 1,000, but does NOT include the hospital or clinic registration fee.



NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE

Regulation


According to National Health Insurance Act, any foreigner staying in Taiwan with an Alien Resident Certificate (ARC) over six months is obligated to underwrite an insurance policy under NHI.

A person staying in Taiwan for full 6 months definition:

A person who has, after receiving an ARC, stayed in Taiwan for six consecutive months, or exited Taiwan ONCE for fewer than 30 days within the actual period of stay, amounting to six months after the number of days that he or she has been away from Taiwan would be deducted.

 

Payment


The cost of National Health Insurance (NHI) should be included in the tuition fee every semester. If you are eligible to underwrite an insurance policy under NHI. The cost is TWD 749 each month (according to the fee criteria set by NHI), so payment per semester is TWD 4,494 (from September to February and March to August). Newly arrived students can underwrite an NHI insurance policy only when they have received ARC for six months. Thus, they join the group medical insurance instead at a cost of TWD 500 per month.

 

Guide of Insuring

For newly arrived freshmen who have been in Taiwan for six months:

Please come to OIA for an insurance payment form, pay at the Cashier Office, and then hand in your receipt, passport, ARC, one two-inch photograph and the NHI IC card application form to OIA to apply for the NHI IC card. OIA will send those documents to the Bureau of National Health Insurance.

The procedure will take about four weeks, and OIA will inform you once they receive your IC card.

 

Renewal of NHI IC Card


If you lose or damage your NHI IC card and need to renew it, please apply to the Bureau of National Health Insurance. Renewal costs TWD 200.



Required Documents

1.Visa Application form

2.Two 2-inch photos taken in the last six months. (on application form)

3.Original passport with blank pages and at least six months validity and one copy of it.

4.Admission Notice of NKUST and one photocopy of it.

5.Health Certificate for Residence Application and one photocopy of it.

6.Supporting documents or official letters of approval from a competent authority of the ROC; and other relevant documents.


 Application Procedures



Alien Residence Certificate (ARC) Application

Please remember to apply for the Alien Resident Certificate and Re-entry Permit at the local office of Ministry of Interior National Immigration Agency on the next day upon arrival or within 15 days of the issue of their resident visa.

✽Address: 5 & 6 FL.,NO.6 Zhengnan St, Lingya Dist, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan (R.O.C.) Tel:07-715-1660


Now, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) encourage students to apply ARC on Students Online Application System. If you meet some problem when apply ARC on the system, you can call the NIA customer service center (02-2796-7162). 

Alien Resident Certificate Application for Foreign Students and Overseas Chinese Students - Individual Application     https://coa.immigration.gov.tw/coa-frontend/foreign-student/individual

Required Documents

1.Alien Resident Certificate (except for first-time applicants)

2.2-inch photo (2 photos for first-time applicants; 1 photo for applicants for ARC extension.)

3.Original Passport and Resident Visa and one copy of each

4.Original Student ID Card or Enrollment Verification and one copy of it. (The freshman students could use NKUST admission as verification, National Immigration Agency Service Office will grant a ARC with six month validity in the beginning. When students accomplish registration and receive their student ID cards, they should extend their ARC to one year validity.).


Application Procedure

When applying for ARC, please prepare the required documents and go to the local service of Ministry of Interior National Immigration Agency. The process can be done in person or by an agent who is provided the certificate of entrustment signed by the applicant. But the first-time applicants shall apply for ARC personally.


Payment

1.NT$1,000 (One-Year Valid)

2.Applicants requesting ARC renewal due to the loss or damage of their ARC must pay NT$500 for the renewal process.


First-time Application

1.Resident Visa holders (or ones who obtained Resident Visa within ROC by visa change) are required to apply for the Alien Resident Certificate and Re-entry Permit at the local office of the Ministry of Interior National Immigration Agency on the next day upon arrival or within 15 days of the issue of your resident visa.

2.If Alien Resident Certificate holders need to leave and Re-enter ROC within the valid period of their ARC, they should apply for re-entry permits while applying for ARC.


ARC Extension

1. ARC application processing time: 10 working days (ARC can be picked up with the application fee receipt)

2. For over-staying foreigners who did not apply for ARC extension, their residence will be ceased by the authorized agency, and they may be expelled from Taiwan.

3. If you change your residence address or employer, you have to register the change with related documents at the service center of National Immigration Agency in your local residence within 15 days.

4. If you will continue your enrollment at NLUST, you shall apply for an extension within 30 days before your period of residency expire.

5. Graduates seeking employment in Taiwan are required to provide a graduation certificate to extend their period of stay. The maximum extension is six months, starting from the month of graduation. If students have postponed their graduation, they are required to provide documentation to keep or extend their ARC. Students will be granted a maximum extension of one year, according to their academic situation.

6. Overstay:

Overstay within 30 days (30th day excluded) but still enrolled: pay the fine and the application fee for the ARC extension

Overstay more than 30 days (30th day included) and still enrolled: pay the fine and leave the country in 7 days to apply for a new visa to re-enter Taiwan

Overstay fine:

1-10 days: NTD$2,000

11-30 days: NTD$4,000

31-60 days: NTD$6,000

61-90 days: NTD$8,000

over 91days: NTD$10,000

7. If you plan to leave Taiwan during the enrollment period, please make sure before your departure that your ARC will still be valid when you return to Taiwan. If necessary, please renew your ARC at the service center of National Immigration Agency in your local residence.

8. If you apply to leave the school (suspension, withdrawal, and graduation), your ARC with the purpose of study will become invalid after you complete the related school-leaving procedure. You shall return the ARC to the service center of National Immigration Agency in your local residence and leave Taiwan within the prescribed period. If you would like to return to NKUST after the suspension is over, you will need to re-apply a new visa to enter Taiwan.

9. ARC extension application form is the same as the ARC application form, see link above.



Work Permit Application

1.To apply for a work permit online, create an account on the Workforce Development Agency website and follow the instructions in the manuals to submit an application.

2.For the Faculty field in the form, please fill in the FULL department name. 

3.After you have submitted the online application, please hand in the consent form of work permit, so OIA will submit you application to Workforce Development Agency on the EZ Work Permit Online System.

4.The OIA will inform you by email or in FB students group when the OIA has received your work permit from the Workforce Development Agency.

Link:https://ezwp.wda.gov.tw/wcfonline/wSite/Control?function=StdIndexPage



Taiwan Centers of Disease Control

Website: https://www.cdc.gov.tw/

Tel: +886-800-001922

• Provide all necessary information of  epidemic. 


Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Website: http://www.boca.gov.tw/mp.asp?mp=2

Tel: +886-2-2343-2628 or 2629

Fax: +886-2-2343-2968

• Handle visa and related affairs


National Immigration Agency, Ministry of the Interior

Website:  http://www.immigration.gov.tw/

Tel: +886-0800-024-111

• Handle alien resident certificates (ARC) affairs


Ministry of Education

Website: http://www.edu.tw/

Tel: +886-2-7736-6666

• Provide information of study in Taiwan



Jiangong Campus
1. By bus
(1)   Take the following bus and get off at National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Jiangong): 16, 217, 33, 37, 53, 8008, 8009, 8021, 8041, 8049, 81, Red 30A, Red 30B (No service during semester breaks), yellow 1 line
(2)   Take the following bus and get off at Kaohsiung Industrial High School: 0 North, 0 South, 168 East Main Line, 168 West Main Line, 33, 37, 81, 8503
 
2. By train
After arriving at Kaohsiung Station, take bus Red 30 to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Jiangong).
 
3. By Taiwan High Speed Rail (THSR)
After arriving at Zuoying Station, take bus 16A to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Jiangong).
 
4. By MRT
Get off at R12 Houyi Station and then take bus Red 30 to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Jiangong).
 
5. By car
(1)   Route 1: Take National Freeway No. 1 and exit at Jiouru Rd. Interchange to downtown → Jiouru Rd. → Dachang Rd.→ Jiangong Rd.
(2)   Route 2: Take National Freeway No. 1 and exit at Jhongjheng Rd. Interchange to downtown →Jhongjheng Rd.→ Dashun Rd. → Jiangong Rd.
(3)   Route 3: Kaohsiung International Airport to downtown→ Jhongshan Rd.→ Bo-ai Rd.→ Tongmeng Rd. → Jiangong Rd.
(4)   Route 4: THSR Zuoying Station→ Take National Freeway No. 1 and exit at Jiouru Rd. Interchange to downtown→Jiouru Rd.→ Dachang Rd.→ Jiangong Rd.
 

Yanchao Campus
1. By bus
Take bus 7A, 96, E04A, E09 (Extended Route), E10B and get off at National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Yanchao)
 
2. By train
(1)   After arriving at Kaohsiung Station, take bus 8023 and get off at Jhuci.
(2)   After arriving at Nanzih Station, take bus 7A and get off at Jhuci.
 
3. By Taiwan High Speed Rail
After arriving at Zuoying Station, take bus E04A to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Yanchao)
 
4. By MRT
Get off at R21 Metropolitan Park, then take bus 7A and get off at Jhuci.
 
5. By car
Take National Freeway No. 10 and exit at Yanchao Interchange. Then drive on Taiwan Provincial Highway 22 and go northeast for about 3 kilometers.


First Campus
1. By bus
Take the following bus and get off at National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (First Campus): Red 58A (near student dorms), Red 58B, 97 (East and West Campus), 98 (East and West Campus)
 
2. By train
After arriving at Nanzih Station, take bus 97 or Red 58 to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (First Campus).
 
3. By Taiwan High Speed Rail
After arriving at Zuoying Station, take the MRT Red Line to R21 Metropolitan Park or to R22 Cinqpu and then transfer to city bus.
 
4. By MRT
(1)   Get off at R21 Metropolitan Park and transfer to bus Red 58A, Red 58B or 97 to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (First Campus)
(2)   Get off at R22 Cinqpu and transfer to bus 98 to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (First Campus)
 
5. By car
(1)   Route 1: Exit at Nanzih Interchange to downtown → Jhongsing Rd. → University Rd.
(2)   Route 2: Exit at Gangshan Interchange to downtown → Jieshou East Rd. → Youcing Rd. → Jhongci Rd. → University Rd.
(3)   Route 3: Exit at Nanzih Interchange to Nanzih District → Tuku 1st Rd. →Tuku 2nd Rd. → Chuangsin Rd.
(4)   Route 4: Exit at Nanzih Interchange to Nanzih District → Nanzih Rd. → Chuangsin Rd.
 

Nanzih Campus
1. By bus
Take the following bus and get off at National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Nanzih): 6, 29, 28, 301
 
2. By train
(1)   After arriving at Nanzih Station, transfer to bus 6 or 29 to National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Nanzih)
(2)   After arriving at Kaohsiung Station, transfer to bus 28 or 301 and get off at Houjin Junior High School
 
3. By Taiwan High Speed Rail
After arriving at Zuoying Station, take the MRT Red Line to R20 Houjin Station and walk about 100 meters.
 
4. By MRT
Take the MRT Red Line to R20 Houjin Station and walk about 100 meters.
 
5. By car
(1)   Route 1: Exit at Nanzih Interchange to downtown → Nanyang Rd. → Cinan Rd. → Tuku 1st Rd. → Haijhuan Rd.
(2)   Route 2: Exit at Gangshan Interchange to downtown → Nanyang Rd. → Jiachang Rd. → Haijhuan Rd.
(3)   Route 3: Take Taiwan Provincial Highway 1 to Gaonan Bridge to the direction of Kaohsiung, drive on Jiachang Rd. and turn right to Haijhuan Rd.
 

Cijin Campus
1. By bus
Take the following bus and get off at National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (Cijin): Red 9, Orange 1 (to Gushan Ferry Pier) and 248 (to GuShan Ferry Pier),
 
2. By train
After arriving at Kaohsiung Station, take bus Orange 1 or 248 to Gushan Ferry Pier. Then take the ferry to Cijin Island. After you get off the ferry, take city bus Red 9 and get off at Cijin Elementary School or you can walk along Jhongjhou 3rd Rd. for ten minutes to Cijin Campus.
 
3. By Taiwan High Speed Rail
After arriving at Zuoying Station, take the MRT Red Line to R11 Kaohsiung Main Station and transfer to city bus.
 
4. By MRT
From R11 Kaohsiung Main Station, take bus Orange 1 or 248 to Gushan Ferry Pier. Then take the ferry to Cijin Island. After you get off the ferry, take city bus Red 9 and get off at Cijin Elementary School or you can walk along Jhongjhou 3rd Rd. for ten minutes to Cijin Campus.
 
5. By car
(1)   Route 1: Exit at Cianjhen Yugang Interchange to Cijin → Yugang Rd. → Sinsheng Rd. → Kaohsiung Cross-Harbor Tunnel → Jhongjhou 1st Rd. → Jhongjhou 3rd Rd.
(2)   Route 2: Kaohsiung International Airport → Jhongshan Rd. → Jinfu Rd. → Kaohsiung Cross-Harbor Tunnel → Jhongjhou 1st Rd. → Jhongjhou 3rd Rd.

 




Q1:If a student status is disqualified, he/she has to leave Taiwan within 10 days as regulation.

A1:Once the application procedure of suspension, termination, transfer or graduation from Registry Division is completed, the student status will be disqualified. Under the regulation from National Immigration Agency, student has to leave Taiwan within 10 days.


Q2:What is the application eligibility for NKUST scholarship?

A2:

1.New students applying for admission in accordance with the Studying Guidelines of International Student and international students currently studying at NKUST (hereinafter as Current Students) are eligible.

2.The following international students with official student registrations are not qualified for scholarships specified in this Guidelines:

(1)Overseas Chinese students, students with People’s Republic China nationality, Dual Degree students, and short-term exchange students

(2)Students with delayed graduation

(3)International students of special programs

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q3:Does tuition waiver of NKUST scholarship include only tuition fees?

A3:

1.Undergraduate Student:Tuition and credit fee waiver (excluding housing, books and insurance fees)

(1)Qualifications will be evaluated when New Students apply for admission. Tuition fee will be waived for students who are accepted at that academic year.

(2)Current Undergraduate Students who wish to apply for the waiver should have taken at least 6 credits in the previous semester with an average score of 75 or above.

2.Master Student:Tuition fee waiver (excluding housing, books and insurance fees)

(1)Qualifications will be evaluated when New Students apply for admission. Tuition and credit fee will be waived for students who are accepted at that academic year.

(2)Current Master Students who wish to apply for the waiver should have taken at least 3 credits in the previous semester with an average score of 82 or above.

3.Ph.D. Student:Tuition fee waiver

(1)Qualifications will be evaluated when New Students apply for admission. Tuition and credit fee will be waived for students who are accepted at that academic year.

(2)Students applying for the 2nd year scholarship should have an average academic score of 82 or above from the previous semester. Students applying for the 3rd year and 4th year scholarship have to submit a paper published in an international journal.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q4:What is the re-issuance eligibility of NKUST scholarship?

A4:Except for the Scholarship for New Students, the scholarship specified in this Guidelines is a semester scholarship that is paid monthly. Enrolled students have to resubmit applications every semester based on their eligibility criteria before the given deadline. The maximum number of semesters for a student to receive scholarships is as following: eight semesters for undergraduate students, four semesters for graduate students, eight semesters for PhD candidates. Students who have already received the maximum amount based on the above criteria are not eligible to apply for NKUST scholarships.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q5:Which emergency numbers I need to know for safety?

A5:

24-Hour On Campus Emergency Call:

0916-507506

Emergency Phone Number in Taiwan

Police: 110

Fire Department: 119

Ambulance: 119


Q6:What facilities are available in dorm?

A6:New international students can apply for dormitory. The dorm is semi-furnished including table, chair, bed and shelf with internet and electrical connection. A common TV hall is located at the center of the dorm buildings. A refrigerator, washing machine and dryer are provided for each dorm building.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail: gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q7:Is there any shuttle bus service?

A7:We provide shuttle bus back and forth between Yanchao and Jiangong Campus. For Nanzih and First Campus, there are MRT stations and bus routes nearby.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q8:Are international students allowed not to get the health insurance in Taiwan?

A8:It is compulsory for anyone who plans to stay in Taiwan for more than six months to apply and pay for the health insurance. The premium is NTD$ 749/month.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q9:Can I get some basic information about NKUST?

A9:NKUST offers many courses and programs delivered in English. Please visit this webpage for more information.

Link:https://oia.nkust.edu.tw/index.php?Lang=en

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail:joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q10:What do I need to know about Taiwan?

A10:Exclusively for International students who are going to study in Taiwan, this website provides valuable information about learning and living in Taiwan.

Link:http://www.studyintaiwan.org/en/index.html

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q11:How to apply for residential certificate?

A11:For all international students, it is compulsory to apply for the alien resident certificate (ARC). Once you have ARC you will be permitted for multiple entries in Taiwan (up to the end of expiry of ARC). The documents you may need to apply for ARC:

Application Form

A Passport valid for at least six months

Enrollment of Certificate issued by school

Two 2x2 inch color photos (taken within past six months)

Other Supporting Documents

Link:https://www.boca.gov.tw/cp-166-284-6f5f7-2.html

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail:joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q12:How can I improve my Chinese language skills?

A12:NKUST offers short term Chinese learning course for all international students on each campus every semester.

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail:joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q13:Can I apply for TA/RA jobs?

A13:Yes, you can apply for TA/RA jobs depending on availability of jobs during your study here.

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail:joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q14:Are there any on-campus jobs for international students?

A14:Yes, there are part-time jobs on campus. However, you need to apply for work permit and have studied at least one semester in order to work on-campus.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q15:When do the International students know whether they have received the scholarship?

A15:Office of International Affairs will inform you of NKUST scholarship. As for the Taiwan Scholarship, applicants have to give interview in your country at Taiwan Embassy. The Taiwan Scholarship committee will evaluate your application.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw


Q16:Is the language of teaching English, or I need to learn Chinese language?

A16:In addition to academic programs taught in Chinese, NKUST offers International Programs taught in English. For more information, please see Program Information.

Contact person: Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail:joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q17:How do international students apply?

A17:The interested student can apply online http://www.oia.nkust.edu.tw. For more details please refer the link above.

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail:joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q18:When can I expect to find out whether I have been admitted?

A18:The admission result will be announced on NKUST Office of International Affairs website. Please check our website regularly. Office of International Affairs will also send email to applicants who are admitted. You can also email to the admission email address to check your status.

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail: joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q19:What English proficiency test is required for admission to NKUST scholarship?

A19:Students from non-English speaking countries who have obtained an IELTS overall band of 5.5 or above or an equivalent level in other English language proficiency tests.

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail:joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q20:What score of English or Chinese proficiency test is required for admission to NKUST scholarship?

A20:

1.Undergraduate Student:

(A)A certificate or a score of Band B or above in the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL)

(B)A transcript of the Malaysian Certificate of Education (SPM) in which the Chinese subject is Grade C or above

(C)A transcript of the Unified Examination Certificate of Malaysia (UEC) in which the Chinese subject is Grade C or above

2.Master Student:

(A)A certificate or a score of Band B or above in the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCEL)

(B)Students from non-English speaking countries who have obtained an IELTS overall band of 5.5 or above or an equivalent level in other English language proficiency tests

Contact person:Ms Joann Chiew

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19006

E-Mail: joann@nkust.edu.tw


Q21:Will I receive the stipend of NKUST scholarship in the beginning of the semester?

A21:Stipend is granted for the first semester from September to February and the second semester from March to August. The issued month may be differed based on student’s status. The grant is deposited directly into the recipient’s local bank or postal account by the Office of International Affairs on a monthly basis (stipend scholarship recipients receive NTD $3,000-$12,000 stipend monthly) for the awarded semester. OIA keep the right to revise this policy.

Contact person:Ms Yi-Chu Li

Tel:+886 7 3814526 ext.19010

E-Mail:gtem061966@nkust.edu.tw



Jiangong Campus


Yanchao Campus


First Campus


Nanzih Campus


Cijin Campus



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