930702中興校務簡報

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Introduction to
National Chung Hsing University
(NCHU)
Office of International Affairs
2014.10
History of NCHU
1919
Advanced academy of Agronomy and Forestry,
located in Taipei
1928
A department affiliated to Taihoku Imperial
University (now National Taiwan University)
1943
Taichung College of Agronomy and Forestry,
moved to Taichung
1946
Taiwan Provincial College of Agriculture
1961
Taiwan Provincial Chung Hsing University
1971
National Chung Hsing University
NCHU Research Achievement
NCHU was ranked among top 1% of
global institutions in terms of article
citation rate in 7 disciplines (2010):
- agricultural sciences
- engineering
- plant & animal sciences
- materials science
- chemistry
- biology & biochemistry
- clinical medicine
Eight Colleges
Management
Life Science
Engineering
Law and Politics
Agriculture &
Natural
Resources
Liberal Art
Science
Veterinary
Medicine
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Academic Programs
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Undergraduate
Masters'
PhD
English-Taught Programs (Degree-based)
International Master Program of
Agriculture
International Bachelor Program of
Agribusiness
TIGP – Bioinformatics Program
Graduate Institute of Technology
Management
The International PhD Program in
Taiwan and Transcultural Studies
Tricontinental Master Program in
Global Studies
Language Requirement
The criteria of language proficiency is different from
each department/institute. Please refer to the website
for more information: http://www.oia.nchu.edu.tw/
The average standards are:
Chinese:
-TOCEL: Level 4; HSK: Level 4; Chinese learning
hours: 480 hours
English:
-ITP 500, IBT 61; IELTS 5.0; TOEIC: 670, or relevant
English proficiency proof
Chinese Language Program
Language learning students:
Designed for students who are interested in learning Chinese
4 terms per years (autumn/winter/spring/summer); 3 months a term
6-12 students in each class
9:00 am-12:00 am, Monday to Friday; 15 hours per week
The Certificate of Chinese Course for learning hours are provided
NCHU students (degree-seeking/exchange students):
Designed for NCHU international students
1 term = 1 semester
10-15 students in each class
Mainly offered in the evening, 4 hours per week
The Certificate of Evening Chinese Course for learning hours are
provided
Tuition and Living Cost
Tuition Fees: around USD3,400/ one year
- bachelor: 4 years
- master: 2 years
- doctoral: 4~7 years
Living Cost (Dormitory, food, insurance…):
around USD 50,000 / one year
Scholarships for Degree-Seeking Students
Types
NCHU
Scholarship
Items
1. Stipend: USD
200~667/month
2. Tuition waiver
Duration
Website
Bachelor: 4 years
Master: 2 years
Doctoral: 4 years
http://www.oia.
nchu.edu.tw/
http://english.m
oe.gov.tw
*re-apply annually
Taiwan
Government
Scholarship
Stipend: USD
833~1,000/month
Language: 1 year
Bachelor: 4 years
Master: 2 years
Doctoral: 4 years
TIGP
Scholarship
Stipend:
USD 400~500
/month
Only for MBAS program http://abrc.sinic
(PhD)
a.edu.tw/mbas/
ICDF
Scholarship
Only for IMPA (master)
/IBPA (bachelor)
program
http://www.icdf.org.
tw/ct.asp?xItem=560
0&CtNode=30109&
mp=2
How to Apply
• Apply online:
http://www.oia.nchu.edu.tw/degree/index.php
Registration
Completing the
Application Form
Completing the
Application
Sending Your
Supporting
Documents
How to Apply
• Application date: Feb. 1 – Mar. 31
• Required Documents:
1. Application Form (online)
2. A photocopy of your diploma
from the highest educational
institution completed
3. Official academic transcripts
4. Two letters of recommendation
5. A one-page study plan
6. One-page autobiography or
curriculum vitae
7. Proof of financial sufficiency
8. Copy of your passport
9. Telephone interview agreement
10. Consent form
11. Copies of TOEFL, GRE, GMAT
records or other proofs of your
Chinese and English ability are
strongly suggested
12. Master thesis, if applying for
Ph.D. program
13. Additional application form or
other documents required by
your department
Exchange Program
PAX
(Program for Academic Exchange)
Invite exchange students from partner universities to study at
NCHU for one semester or one year
Provide dormitory and tuition waiver (according to the
agreement between two universities)
Participants can take Chinese language courses as well as
subject courses offered by eight colleges at NCHU.
Summer Programs
 International Summer School (2 weeks/session in July-Aug.)
Taught in English
Global Faculty
Students from all over the world
Field trips to experience local
culture
Cross-discipline courses
Buddy System
Chinese Summer Program for University of Tubingen
(Germany)
Taiwan Economics and Culture Program for Innsbruck
University (Austria)
For more information
• Please visit our website:
http://www.oia.nchu.edu.tw/
• Contact Information:
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Office of International Affairs, NCHU
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +886-4-22840206
Fax: +886-4-22857313
Thanks for Your Attention
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