Please refer to "Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan" released by the Ministry of Education (MOE):
- For Article 2 of the above regulation, please also refer to Article 2 of the Nationality Act of the Republic of China (R.O.C., Taiwan).
Applicants who do not meet the aforementioned qualifications shall have their admission qualifications, student registration, or graduation certificates cancelled or suspended. Violation of the aforementioned regulations shall result in the denial of all relevant academic documents.
- Please confirm that you satisfy the criteria to be considered an international student.
- Please confirm that the department/program you wish to apply for is open to enrolling international students, and please submit the application data in the online application system on this website.
- Please read the regulations written in this admission guide carefully to verify whether the department you wish to apply for has specified which information you ought to submit, in addition to other requirements.
- Application documents must be submitted via the online application system by the application deadline along with two letters of recommendation. Please note that the system will send the links to the letters of recommendation to the referees (the people who wrote those letters) after your application is submitted.
- After the application is submitted, you will receive a confirmation letter titled “Online Application Submitted” from the system. Please confirm that you have received this letter. Applications without the letter of confirmation will not be accepted.
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions during the application. Late applications or applications with missing information will not be accepted.
- Applicants are allowed to apply to no more than two departments. If an applicant is accepted by both departments, the applicant can register and enroll in only one department.
- All applicants must submit the required documents via the online application system. Multiple uploads and file updates are permitted before the deadline. Please check that the uploaded data are accurate and click on “Confirm Submission” to complete the application. The application review is based on the final, confirmed set of files that the applicant has submitted, and the applicant cannot request to modify or supplement the files for any reasons whatsoever after final confirmation.
- The application documents shall be submitted as PDF files except for photographs, which shall be submitted as JPG files. Please upload each document individually to each corresponding document field. Only one file can be uploaded for each document item. If you have multiple files you wish to upload to one item, please combine them into one single file before uploading. Files cannot be added or replaced after the application deadline.
- Please read the regulations of this admission guide carefully before submitting your application, including those pertaining to the application criteria of each department. Applicants shall bear responsibility for cancelled applications or any negative impact on their review results that may arise from unqualified applications, inconsistent submission forms, or incomplete submitted data.
- Please submit all data by the application deadline. Applicants are wholly responsible if their application is deemed to be unqualified as a result of delayed data submission.
- Should there be any doubt regarding the submitted application data, NYCU may demand the applicant to mail original copies of the relevant documents, which shall not be returned regardless of whether the applicant is accepted.
- Admission to NYCU does not guarantee you the access to the visa issued by the diplomatic missions of Taiwan. Your visa is subject to approval only by the Bureau of Consular Affairs or by Foreign Embassies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China.
For list of programs, please refer to:
Opening Programs AY2021-22.
AY2020-21 New programs open for international admissions:
- Application for Master’s Program of Dept. of Photonics, please select EECS Int’l Graduate Program.
For graduation requirement and curriculum of each program, please refer to:
Graduate Students (Master/Doctor).
For list of courses offered at each department/institute, please refer to:
- Application for graduate program in Electronics Engineering / Electrical and Control / Communications and Electrical / Master's program of Dept. of Photonics / Inst. of Biomedical Engineering / Inst.of Computer Science / Inst. of Network Engineering / Inst. of Multimedia Engineering is now processed under the EECS Int'l Graduate Program Office.
To apply for graduate program in these fields, please select from the online admission application program:
- College: College of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Dept./Inst.: EECS Int'l Graduate Program.
- Only EECS Int'l Graduate Program will be written on the graduation diploma.
- If any problem arises while using this application system, please press "PrtScn" or "PrtScr" key on your keyboard and paste the image to your email message or a Word file. Email your questions and images to email@example.com. If you are not sure how the "PrtScn" key works, please look up "Print Screen" in your search engine for tutorials.
Admission application form
To be filled out in the online application system.
The study plan can be written in English or Chinese. Basic content shall include motivation of application, education/ research Background, and prospective study at NYCU.
Official degree certificate*
New graduates are required to submit the graduation certificates issued by their educational institutions. New graduates who have yet to receive their official graduation or provisional certificates must request their educational institution to issue official documentation stating when the official graduation certificate will be issued, and new graduates must receive their official certificates before the start of the semester at which they applied for.
Full official transcripts (including grade descriptions, GPAs, and class rankings)*
Students who studied in more than one educational institution for the same academic credential are required to submit the transcripts from all the educational institutions they attended.
(1) Required degree certificate and transcript
To apply for the undergraduate program, please submit your graduation certificate and transcript from high school or higher.
To apply for the master program, please submit photocopies of the certificate and transcript of your bachelor degree or higher.
To apply for the doctoral program, please submit photocopies of the certificates and transcripts of your master degree or higher.
(2) If your educational institutions cannot issue the Chinese or English versions of your graduation certificates and transcripts, please submit the translated copies in Chinese or English. The translated copies must be translated and notarized by the translation agencies registered in the countries where the educational institutions are located.
(3) If you are enrolled in NYCU, all graduation certificates and transcripts that you submitted, along with their translated copies, shall be verified by Taiwan Embassies or Taiwan Representative Offices in the countries of your educational institutions. If there are no Taiwan Embassies or Taiwan Representative Offices in these countries, please contact the Taiwan Embassies or Taiwan Representative Offices of their neighboring countries through the following link.
Two letters of recommendation
You must provide letters of recommendation written by no fewer than two recommenders—generally instructors, advising professors, or employers. Please refer to the paper format provided by this office or request your recommenders to write the letters of recommendation on the online application system.
Proof of nationality
(1) Applicant’s passport (photograph page only).
(2) For applicants without passports: Other nationality certificates with photographs and English names.
(3)Alien resident certificate (ARC) (if you have one).
Proof of financial statement
(not required to be submitted during application but required to be submitted during registration in NYCU).
Admitted students must submit one of the following financial documents during registration in NYCU:
(1) Scholarship issuance certificates (certificates of full scholarship issued by the governments of Taiwan or other countries excluding the NYCU scholarship certificate).
(2) Proof of bank statement: Non-scholarship winners must attach a bank deposit certificate worth US$6,000 (NT$200,000) or more issued within 3 months before admission. If the proof of deposit does not belong to your own account, please request your sponsor to sign a declaration of financial sponsorship that specifies the relationship between both parties and expresses a commitment to bear all your expenses when studying in Taiwan (download the declaration of financial sponsorship here).
Proof of English proficiency (select one)
(1) The scores required for proving English proficiency in each department are subject to the regulations announced by each department. The recommended scores are a minimum of 500 points for PBT, 173 for CBT, or 73 for iBT in TOEFL; 5.5 points for academic IELTS; and 750 for TOEIC.
(2) If the courses from the educational institutions of your previous academic credential are fully taught in English, you can request the institutions, departments, or advising professors to issue an official certificate stating that the courses are fully taught in English.
(3) Applicants whose nationality or previous academic credential belongs to an English-speaking country are not required to submit proofs of English proficiency and are only required to submit their passports or graduation certificates.
(4)English-speaking countries are defined as the United States of America, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia.
Proof of Chinese proficiency
Most courses in NYCU are taught in Chinese, and applicants are advised to possess no lower than intermediate-level Chinese listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Furthermore, some departments require applicants to submit proofs of Chinese proficiency. International students in non-English programs are advised to carry proofs of Chinese proficiency, such as TOCFL certificates. Indonesian students applying for the undergraduate program or specific departments in NYCU must submit proofs of Chinese proficiency. Please refer to the following link for a table of comparison between TOCFL and HSK levels. http://www.sc-top.org.tw/chinese/LS/test5.php
- Certificate of Loss of Nationality of the Republic of China (if applicable)
Applicants who were previously nationals of the Republic of China must provide certificates of loss of nationality that are approved by the Ministry of the Interior for a minimum of 8 years.
- Other documents required by departments
(1) Please refer to the current year’s admission guide and to the website of the department you wish to apply for.
(2) Applicants of the doctoral degree must submit the full text of their master’s thesis. New graduates of master programs applying for the doctoral degree must submit the outlines of their master’s thesis. If the master’s thesis is not written in Chinese or English, please submit it in full text along with its English abstract.
(3) The departments of some of the schools of management may require the submission of GMAT/GRE scores or proofs of work experience.
*Reminder: For application to the College of Management, a valid GMAT result is required. (Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT))
|Intake||Fall Semester||Spring Semester|
|Application Period||December 20 - March 5||August 10 – September 30|
- Spring Intake is for graduate programs only.
Courses run for 18 weeks in each semester:
Fall (August - January) and Spring (February - July). Please refer to NYCU Calendar.
- Late and incomplete application will not be considered.