I. Students of foreign nationality wishing to apply for admission to the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Studies' Master's degree program should submit an application packet consisting of all materials listed below. The complete application packet should be sent to Chang Jung University 's Division of Academic Affairs (DAA), postmarked before May 31.
For more information (MA program and government scholarships),
please contact Dr. Yoshihisa Amae
Office Tel: (06)2785123 ext.4018
II. Annual admission is limited to 10 students.
III. The application review process contains the following steps:
IV. Even after an admission is announced, the discovery of fraudulent material in the application or any other significant impropriety will result in expulsion from the program.
V. The final certification of an applicant's status as an admitted student is filed with the Ministry of Education by the University's Division of Academic Affairs, prior to November 30.
VI. Scholarships for admitted students are available through the state Ministry of Education (MOE). The application for such scholarships must be filed by the student directly with the MOE, according to MOE regulations.
VII. Admitted students who do not present themselves on campus until after the semester is already more that 1/3 over will not be permitted to begin their study. They must arrange special approval by the chair of the Institute and the dean of the College of Humanities and Social Science in order to be permitted to begin study in the subsequent semester.
Costs (per 18 week semester)
There exist government scholarships for foreign graduate students as follows. Inquiries about application must be made directly to the relevant government agency:
To download forms: