A warm welcome to all new students! On November 18, 2021, the international programs of the College of Social Sciences (CSS) jointly hosted their annual welcome party. Local and international students were greeted by our Dean Professor Wan-Ying Yang and Associate Dean Professor Chung-Min Tsai in their opening speech before everyone got ready to mingle. Several sections at the event allowed local and international students to gather in groups in which they could interact in fun activities with other students from the ETP.
Lecture-Southeast Asia in the Indo-Pacific: Prospects for small states in the evolving geopolitical environment”
Lecture information: Topic: Southeast Asisa in The Indo-Pacific: Prospects for Small States in the Evolving Geopolitical Environment Time: November, 23rd, 2021 3p.m.(TPE, GTM+8) Place: Room270103, North Wing, General Building, NCCU Instructor: Ms. Ivy Kwek Ai Wei Language: English Sign up here: https://forms.gle/XeGjUo6bJ3qAjxzy7
Join us for 3 online lectures with Prof. Shigehisa Kasahara CourseInvited lectureDate & timeGoogle Meet connection1. Economic Development of ChinaOne Belt and One Road Initiative3:10~6:00pm, Tue, Oct. 12, 2021meet.google.com/esq-frux-oan 2. Taiwan, China, and Regional DevelopmentRegional integration beyond ASEAN – ASEAN-Plus, APEC, etc.3:10~6:00pm, Tue, Oct. 19, 2021meet.google.com/obz-cnfg-fvd 3. Economic Development of TaiwanComparative Economic analysis of former Japanese colonial territories: Taiwan vs South Korea (industrial structure)3:10~6:00pm, Wed, Oct. 27, 2021meet.google.com/ocy-fgzy-uic Note: These three courses are offered for International master program and student number for each course is around 10~15 person.
If you are a foreigner working at NCCU (student, faculty member, or staff), please check whether your Alien Residence Certificate (ARC) has changed recently. Recent government policy has changed ARC numbers to better conform to the domestic ID system, and old numbers on file may cause errors. If your ARC has changed recently, please bring your new ARC, a photocopy and the Application Form for Student Information Change/Correction to the Registration Section to update your information in the university system. Be sure to update your ARC information with your bank
ObjectiveThe scholarship is to provide financial supports to recognize and reward students with academic excellence.Qualification and RequirementsFirst-year or second-year registered studentsReceiving grades of at least two courses in the previous semesterNot receiving any other scholarships. Students who are NOT eligible to apply if they already receive other scholarships, including MOE, MOFA and OIC New student scholarship.Application DeadlineOctober 15th, 2021.Required Documents for ApplicationCompleted application formFull transcript of IMAS courses (Note: New students will be ranked according to their entrance examination and previous transcripts)Scholarly works published or presented in the conference during the
*校內外籍人士如尚未收到匯款，請確認僑居留證是否曾於近期內更新，如有更新居留證，請攜帶居留證及其副本至本校國合處辦理變更登記，並至個人銀行變更居留證號。 *If you are a foreigner working at NCCU (student, faculty member, or staff) and have not received your deposit, please check whether your Alien Residence Certificate (ARC) has changed recently. Recent government policy has changed ARC numbers to better conform with the domestic ID system, and old numbers on file may cause accounting errors. If your ARC has changed recently, please bring your new ARC and a photocopy to the Office of International Cooperation (OIC) to update your information in the university system. Be sure to update your ARC information
The IDAS/IMAS/IMES programs are offering TA and RA positions for non-scholarship program students. All non-scholarship students are welcome to apply. English proficiency is required; Chinese is helpful but not necessary. Available Positions: Teaching Assistant (several) Research Assistant (several) Proofreading/Editing assistant (several) Teaching Assistants will assist professors to run IDAS/IMAS/IMES program courses. Each assignment is for one (1) course. We may appoint multiple assignments if necessary. English-spoken. Salary: $4,000-6,000 NTD per month Term: four months Duties include: Preparing classroomsSetting up learning equipment (computers, projectors, etc.)Clearing and closing-down classrooms and/or learning environmentManaging coursework as assigned by professors (distributing reading materials, collecting