Office of Academic Affairs

Dean: Huang, Bwo-Nung
Tel: 886-05-2720405
Fax: 886-05-2720404
E-mail: academic@ccu.edu.tw
URL: http://www.ccunix.ccu.edu.tw/~ecdbnh/index.htm
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The Office of Academic Affairs consists of the Division of Admissions, the Division of Curriculum and Instruction and the Division of General Affairs. The Division of Admissions is responsible for all aspects of student admissions, including applications and examinations. The Division of Curriculum and Instruction handles curriculum changes, student registration, filing of student records and transcripts, freshmen enrollment and evaluation of seniors for graduation.

The Dean of Academic Affairs, equivalent to what in American Universities would be considered the Provost, oversees the above Divisions. In addition, he is also responsible for coordinating the deans of the seven Colleges of the University. The Dean is continuously working to enhance research development and teaching standards.

Information for International applicants
Overseas Chinese students may choose to apply through the National Overseas Chinese Committee as an overseas Chinese student or may choose to apply directly to National Chung Cheng University as an international student. It is strictly forbidden to apply to both systems.

I. Application

  1. To complete an application, the applicant must submit the following items:

    1. Two copies of the Application form with a recent photograph attached to each.

    2. Two copies of diplomas obtained (with certified Chinese or English translations if the original is in another language) and two copies of complete transcripts in English.

    3. Two recommendation letters (including one from a teacher of Chinese)

    4. A health certificate (including HIV test and chest X-ray)

    5. A study proposal in Chinese or English
      f. Financial statement (a certificate showing sufficient financial support for his/her education, maintenance and living expenses in Taiwan.)

  2. All application forms and supporting documents should be mailed to:
    Office of the Exams
    National Chung Cheng University
    160, San-Hsing, Ming-Hsiung,
    Chia-Yi 621, Taiwan, R. O. C.

  3. Time of Application:
    Applicants seeking admission must submit the Application Forms and all the supporting documents between the first of October and the end of February. Applicants should send the applications with full supporting documents to the office of the Exams. The applications are good only for the department/institute proposed, applicants are strongly advised to submit their applications as early as possible and well before the closing date to ensure that the necessary supporting documents also reach the Office of the Exams in time. Admission notices will be issued to those admitted after evaluation. A health certificate and insurance document (medical insurance) should be submitted upon registration. Those who do not have any medical insurance will be required to pay an insurance fee and enroll in a local insurance program.
     

International students who wish to proceed with postgraduate courses after they finish the undergraduate program in this University should apply as a regular student. There are three channels to enter graduate school in the University: Evaluation, joint examination, and application for the admission of master degree or Ph. D. degree.

Those applying with international student status to a program from which they have previously graduated from in Taiwan, or who have been expelled from any university in Taiwan should not apply. Those who violate this rule will be disqualified from admission.

II. Admission and Evaluation

Evaluation:

  1. All application documents will be forwarded to the appropriate department/institute for consideration. The department/institute should organize an evaluation committee for the evaluation. The result should be sent back to the Department of Exams along with all relevant documents before April 30. A re-evaluation will be conducted by the University Evaluation Committee afterwards.

  2. The University Evaluation Committee is chaired by the Dean of Academic Affairs. Members of the committee include Deans of the colleges, the Dean of Student Affairs and the chairpersons of related departments/institutes. The result will be forwarded to the President for approval. An individual notice of admission will be sent to accepted applicants.

Last page update on 09/04/2008