Student Grants, Bursaries

Poster:10352B036Post date:2013-12-10
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Student Grants, Bursaries & Scholarships 

NKUT offers financial aid to high achievers and assists low-income students with the completion of their studies. Each semester, 3 to 5% of the total school income (approx. NTD35,000,000 in 2008) will be distributed as below:

1. Students with good academic records (the top three in each class)
2. Competition winners: national and local, groups or individuals
3. Certificate scholarships: students obtaining B-level & C-level certificates
4. Entrance examination scholarships
5. International exchange: international skill certificates, English proficiency tests, international English tests, studying abroad, student exchanges, foreign student scholarships
6. Community scholarships: 28 community organizations, including those for aboriginal students (a total sum of NTD 350,000)

 Student Grants
1. Students whose annual family income is below NTD 700,000 p.a. are eligible to receive NTD 10,000 – NTD33,000 per year
2. Free dormitory spaces for those from low-income backgrounds
3. In case of accidents, family tragedies or natural disaster, affected students are eligible to receive NTD 10,000 – NTD 30,000

 Bursary Fund
1. Students may apply for part-time jobs on campus
2. Students from low-income families may apply to perform community service for the elderly for which they will receive funds

 Article l
Based on the Scholarship for International Students Regulations announced by Ministry of Education (MOE), R.O.C is adopted for the purpose of encouraging foreign students to study at the departments in NKUT. 

 Article ll
The quota of scholarship recipients covers all international students in NKUT except those who extend their regular program.

 Article lll
Semester scholarships cover half the amount of tuition, as well as free housing, and are renewable for up to an academic year. International scholars will be required to complete International Students Honor Requirements which will be evaluated by the related committee.

 Article lV
Applications are open to all full-time international students at NKUT and freshmen eligible for scholarships. The recipients of sophomore and above are required to maintain at least a 3.5 (75) cumulative GPA on coursework completed at NKUT. 

 Article V

Applications for admission must be made before July.

 Article Vl
Applicants must submit the application form, as well as GPA records and recommendation letters from instructors; these conditions apply to sophomores and those listed above.

 Article Vll
Results of the application process will be announced after the admission and before July 31st. For sophomores and the aforementioned applicants, packets and application tips are available at the International Affairs Office and also online at www.nkut.edu.tw.

 Article Vlll
The International Exchange Committee will review all applications and pass final decision on the scholarship list.

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