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Tuition and Application Deadlines


 Course Type Period of StudyTotal Hours per Term Class Size per Class Tuition Application Deadline 
 Intensive Summer Course July-August120 hrs 5-15 people 21,000 TWD May 
Intensive Winter
Course 
January 30 hrs 5-15 people 5,250 TWD November 
 General CourseSeptember-January 270 hrs 5-15 people 39,888 TWD(Freshmen)
42,526 TWD (Current students)
July 
 General CourseFebruary-June 270 hrs 5-15 people 39,888 TWD(Freshmen)
42,526 TWD (Current students)
January 


  •   For freshmen who pay the tuition fee of 270 hours can have favorable price (39,888 TWD).
  • If you want to have Chinese course for 9 weeks (135 hours), please contact Chinese Language Center (dept_chilance@stust.edu.tw) for related regulations and tuition fee.

As October of 2015, the exchange rate was 1 USD to 32 TWD. Things to Note:


Ÿ Tuition and fees do not include the cost of textbooks or other teaching materials

Ÿ Tuition and fees are non-refundable once classes begin.

Ÿ Except for individual tutorial classes, no classes with less than 5 people will be offered.

Ÿ International students who arrive with a student visa are required to study at least 15 credit hours on campus.

Due to the regulation of National Immigration Agency, student who does not leave Taiwan during winter vacation is required to take a 2-week course (30 hrs.).  For those who do not leave Taiwan during summer vacation are required to take a 8-week course (120 hrs). About the tuition fee of these two intensive courses, please contact Chinese Language Center.


How to apply

Please prepare the following documents if you apply for admission overseas:

1.   An application form (click to download)

The more accurate and complete the application form, the sooner we will be able to process your application.

2.   Your formal diploma and transcript:

      ( 1 ) a formal diploma.

      ( 2 ) an official transcript 

  The two documents must be formal and official, with the official seal or stamp of your school on them. Both documents must be
  translated into either English or Chinese, certified by the representative office of Taiwan or the embassy of Taiwan in your
  country. Any student who is not yet graduated must send a copy of his/her transcript to the Chinese Language Center, STUST;
  otherwise, the application will not be accepted.

 3.  Health Checklist ( Click to download)
       The checklist must show items including tuberculosis, parasites, syphilis, measles, rubella, and Hansen's Disease. Applications will not be accepted if any item is marked to show positive reaction. As for examination of parasites and Hansen's Disease, applicators from countries listed in appendix 3 and four are not required.  

 4.  Official proof of financial resources ( for example: bank savings books, etc.)

International students who plan to study in Taiwan must show an official financial document (with at least 2,000 U.S. dollars) to certify that they can make payment of tuition, health insurance, accommodation, and living expenses during the period they stay in Taiwan. 

Contact Information

Kelly, Lin

Administrator, Chinese Language Center

E-mail: dept_chilance@stust.edu.tw

Tel in Taiwan: 06-2533131 ext. 6010

 

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http://clc.stust.edu.tw/