Nature of the Collaboration: Student Exchange
Once all documents are compiled they are to be submitted to the “Office of the Study Abroad JGBS (OSAJ)” through your programme director (documents to be mailed as a zip file to email@example.com).
An incoming “exchange student” by definition is a non-degree seeking exchange student who will maintain student status while in YunTech. Establishing and maintaining student status means that a person must be formally admitted to a program of study by YunTech, which most often is admission to an undergraduate and graduate non-degree seeking program of study. Students could apply for the programs requested by their home institution or their aspirations. In principal, YunTech accepts “Nominated Students” by its partner universities under an active Inter-University exchange agreement on the reciprocal basis.
September to January
February to June
On recommendation of Selection Panel of JGBS
1. Students fills in online application form and upload the related documents
2. If your application is incomplete, OIA urges applicants to supply outstanding documentation
3. OIA will pass the completed application to departments and related administrative sections for evaluation
4. After the applicant is approved by the departments and related administrative sections, OIA will send the acceptance letter and other information to the partner institution
Spring semester: mid-November
Students only have to pay the tuition of their home institution
Students fills in online application form and upload the related documents http://oia.yuntech.edu.tw/oiadbsys/exchStudentInBound/exchStudentLogin.php.
If your application is incomplete, OIA urges applicants to supply outstanding documentation. IA will pass the completed application to departments and related administrative sections for evaluation *this process will take 2-4 weeks. After the applicant is approved by the departments and related administrative sections, OIA will send the acceptance letter and other information to the partner institution.
Only after being formally admitted is a student eligible to receive a visa document to apply for a resident’s visa. You must apply for a valid visa (Visitor or Resident Visa) in your country of residence BEFORE entering Taiwan. As there is no “Student Visa” for international students studying in Taiwan, students whose exchange period is more than 180 days may apply for Resident Visas or for extendable Visitor Visas if the exchange period is less than 180 days. Please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Republic of China (ROC) overseas missions in your countries / regions for the required documents, latest information and advices about which type of visa you should apply for. A list of ROC (Taiwan) Embassies can be found at http://www.boca.gov.tw.
Additional Requirements for International Students;
TOEFL ITP test score above 500 or TOEFL iBT test score above 61 or equivalent. 2. Courses mainly taught in English.
Applications fee & Deadlines;
Students only have to pay the tuition of their home (JGBS) institution. Foreign Students are required to have sufficient medical and accident coverage for the first four months or the semester they stay in Taiwan.
Foreign Students that applied for resident visa have to apply for insurance covering the first months of their stay. After six months the students will be transferred to national health insurance. Students that only stay for one semester need to check whether the domestic insurance covers any cost made in Taiwan Initial six-month coverage NT$3,300 After six months National Health Insurance per month NT$749.
Accommodation cost: In campus: USD 328+44(AC). Off campus available need to enter an agreement for one year. Internet facilities and cable connections need to pay separately. No fee for Chinese Language Classes. Food canteens available within the campus with all varieties of foods. The average cost of dinner is USD 2 to 3.50. Exchange students are suggested to buy a mobile connection at international airport on their arrival.
Application deadline for Fall semester May 19, 2018 Application deadline for Spring semester November 30, 2018
YUNTECH, well-connected to Train and bus points for transportation. International driving license is must those who want to use car or bike while in outing. Airport pickup services are arranging by University. Need to submit a pickup service filled form 7 days before arriving at Taiwan. Strongly suggested to land in Taiwan in day time and plan your journey accordingly to avoid missing of trains during nights. From Airport to University travel time will take nearly about 4 hours for using Taxi/Train/Bus.
Deadlines for International Applicants*;
September 12th to November 10th
November 13th to November 22nd
From January 15th to February 6th, 2018
Estimated Cost of Attendance;