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Chihlee University of Technology Guidelines for International Student Scholarship Programs
Chihlee University of Technology
Guidelines for International Student Scholarship Programs
 2006.12.28   Passed in the 2nd Administration Meeting for Academic Year 2006
                      Semester 1
2012.03.08    Amended in the 5th Administration Meeting for Academic Year 2011
2013.01.03    Amended in the 4th Administration Meeting for Academic Year 2012

1.To act in concert with the internationalization policies of Chihlee Institute of Technology
   (hereinafter referred to as the Institute), and to raise the reputation of the Institute by
   encouraging quality students from abroad to study at the Institute, the Institute hereby
   stipulates the Guidelines for International Student Scholarship Programs (hereinafter
   referred to as these Guidelines) in accordance with Article 15 of Regulations Regarding
   International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan promulgated by the Ministry of
   Education (MOE) and the MOE Short Term Research Awards (STRA) and Huayu
   Enrichment Scholarships (HES) International Student Directions.

2.These Guidelines apply to international students who are applying to the Institute, current
   students of the Institute, or students who have official student status of the Institute that
   comply with Article 2 of MOE Regulations Regarding International Students
   Undertaking Studies in Taiwan, or international students under the double-degree
   program jointly signed by the Institute and a foreign institution.

3.Eligibility:
   (1) New international students applying to the Institute (not including working students,
        overseas Chinese students and exchange students).
   (2) International students with official student statuses currently studying at the Institute
        (not including working students, overseas Chinese students, and exchange students).
             i. Undergraduate: Students who have completed one full year in their
                 undergraduate program and have taken at least 12 credits per semester on
                 average, of which the average grade is 70 or above (total average grade of the
                 last semester before the application date). The applicant's behavior and
                 conduct grade shall be 80 or above with no records of demerits.
            ii. Graduate: Students who have completed one full year in their graduate
                 program and have taken at least 4 credits per semester on average, of which
                 the average grade is 75 or above (total average grade of the last semester
                 before the application date). The applicant's behavior and conduct grade shall
                 be 80 or above with no records of demerits.
               Students with no grades from the last semester due to writing a master thesis
        should provide a recommendation letter from his/her thesis advisor and a thesis plan,
        of which the plan should include research motivation and goals, research structure
        and design, source of information collection, thesis outline, and references. This type
        of application is limited to one-time.

4.   Quota:
               The number of international student scholarship receivers shall be determined
        according to the applicants' level of quality. In principle, the number of international
        student scholarship receivers shall not exceed 1/5 of the total number of international
        students in the current semester. The number of scholarship receivers shall be adjusted 
         in accordance with government policies and the Institute's funds.
             Should the Institute receive MOE Short Term Research Awards (STRA) and
       Huayu Enrichment Scholarships (HES), the number of scholarship recipients and
       amount received shall be increased accordingly.

5.   Scholarship Amount:
             The scholarship amount is adjusted according to the tuition fees per school year;
       calculation is done as follows:
         (1) Type A Scholarship - Sum of the following three items:
               i     Tuition and miscellaneous fees;
               ii    School accommodation fees;
               iii Living allowance of NTD96,000 per year.
         (2) Type B Scholarship - Sum of the following two items:
              i      Tuition and miscellaneous fees;
              ii     School accommodation fees.
         (3) Type C Scholarship -
              i      C-1: Sum of tuition and miscellaneous fees.
              ii     C-2: 1/2 of the sum of tuition and miscellaneous fees.
              iii C-3: 1/3 of the sum of tuition and miscellaneous fees.

6.   Duration of Scholarships:
         (1) Undergraduate: Students under the 4-year Bachelor Program may apply for a
               maximum of 4 years; students under the 2-year Bachelor Program may apply
               for a maximum of 2 years; deferred students may not apply.
         (2) Graduate: Master students may apply for a maximum of 2 years; deferred
               students may not apply.

7.   Application Methods:
         (1) New students who plan to apply for the scholarship should tick the "apply for
                scholarship" box in the application form for general admissions. When the
                Admissions and Recruitment Committee has passed the application, the
                successful application shall then be submitted to the International Scholarship
                Review Panel for review.
         (2) Current students who plan to apply for the scholarship should submit the
                following documents to the Division of International and Cross-strait Affairs
                before September 30th:
                 i   One application form.
                ii One Chinese transcript from the highest academic qualification degree
                     obtained (including percentile ranking) or a Chinese transcript from the
                     last semester.
                iii One photocopy of student ID card (stamped with registration seal for the
                     current school year).
                 iv Transcript and behavior and conduct grade from the last semester.
                 v Proof of number of classes missed in hours.
                 vi Other academic and extracurricular events documents.

8.   Review Process:
         (1) New students: new students whose applications have been reviewed and passed
               by the Admissions and Recruitment Committee, the International Scholarship
               Review Panel shall constitute a list of scholarship recipients and scholarship
               amounts in receiving order according to the annual budget. The International
               Scholarship Review Panel shall announce and notify the recipients and the
                recipients shall enroll in that current semester in order to be eligible to receive
                such scholarship.
           (2) Current students: current students whose applications have been reviewed and
                 passed by the Admissions and Recruitment Committee shall be able to receive
                 the scholarship.
             The International Scholarship Review Panel shall, in accordance with the school
         year's scholarship amount and the applicant's performance (including ranking in
         class, credits obtained, grades in each course, behavior and conduct grade, missed
         classes, event participation, extracurricular activities, etc.), ratify the number of
         scholarship recipients and the types of scholarships awarded to them.
             Starting from the second semester of admission, scholarship recipients shall perform
         100 hours of living & learning service every semester but no more than 20 hours per
         month at the Institute's administrative units, respective departments (schools), or the
         Division of International and Cross-strait Affairs. Scholarship recipients who fail to
         abide by this shall lose their eligibility to apply for scholarship next semester.

9.    International students applying for this scholarship shall first apply for the Taiwan
      Scholarship authorized by the R.O.C government in their home countries (excluding
      countries without the Taiwan Scholarship Program). When it is confirmed that the
      application has been unsuccessful for the Taiwan Scholarship, the international student's
      application for this scholarship can then be reviewed according to the Institute's
      scholarship review process. International students receiving the Taiwan Scholarship shall
      not be able to apply for this scholarship program.

10.   International students whose applications are successful but fail to enroll, request for
      deferral, or suspend studies, drop out, or transfer to another institution for whatever
      reason, the students's eligibility for the scholarship shall be revoked. Scholarship
      recipients shall not be able to receive scholarships during suspension period; they shall
      re-apply for the scholarships once they have returned to the Institution and resumed
      studies.
      
11.Should any falsification be found and confirmed regarding the scholarship recipient's
     application, the student's eligibility shall be revoked and any scholarship received shall
     be returned.

12.   Funds required in these Guidelines are funded by the Ministry of Education and the
      annual scholarship budget of the Institute.

13.   Matters not covered in these Guidelines shall be handled in accordance with regulations
      of the Ministry of Education and the Institute.

14.   These Guidelines are passed in the Institute Administration meeting, submitted to and
      approved by the Institute President. The same shall be applied for amendments.

Note: This English version is only for applicant's reference. Should any dispute arise
      regarding these regulations, the Chinese version will prevail.



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