Chang Jung Christian University Overseas Student Scholarship and Application Regulations.
Approved on February 16, 2017 by the 1st Scholarship, Grant and Work Study Review Committee of Academic Year 2017 Semester 2.
Approved on September 20, 2017 by the 1st Scholarship, Grant and Work Study Review Committee of Academic Year 2017 Semester 1.
Approved on March 14, 2018 by the 1st Scholarship, Grant and Work Study Review Committee of Academic Year 2017 Semester 2.
Approved on July 25, 2019 by the 1st Scholarship, Grant and Work Study Review Committee of Academic Year 2019 Semester 2.
Article I. The Regulations are formulated to encourage outstanding overseas students to apply for admission and complete their studies at the University, and encourage and assist overseas students in their life in Taiwan, thereby promoting the internationalization of the University.
Article II. The “overseas students” referred to in the Regulations are foreign students and overseas Chinese students (including Hong Kong and Macao students, but excluding Mainland students) who meet the requirements of the Ministry of Education's regulations for overseas student status.
Article III. The University's scholarship continuation requirements for enrolled students are as follow:
1. Scholarship continuation requirements for enrolled students: Enrolled overseas students who have completed one semester of study and fulfilled the required credit hours for full time students at the University in the previous semester. Academic grades in the previous semester must be in the top 20% of the class or above, and conduct in the previous semester must be 80 points or more, with no records of disciplinary action.
2. The University may subsidize the difference for those already receiving scholarships from the government of Taiwan.
Article IV. The scholarship amount and review shall be based on the following prinicples:
1. In the second semester after admission, those eligible for scholarship continuation shall receive a subsidy of NT $ 25,000 per semester.
2. The award period is as follows:
(1) Maximum of seven semesters for undergraduate scholarships.
(2) Maximum of three semesters for master's scholarships.
(3) Maximum of five semesters for doctoral scholarships.
3. Scholarship applications shall be submitted to the Office of Admissions. The Office of Admissions shall convene a review committee to review student documents required by this Regulations, and approve scholarships accordingly. Scholarships shall be distributed in accordance with the principles of this Regulations.
4. Scholarships shall be approved on a per semester basis, and application shall be submitted for review in each subsequent semester.
Article V. Application Method and Deadline:
1. Application shall be submitted in the 4th week of each semester.
2. Download application form from the Office of Admissions website.
Article VI. Submit the following documents for scholarship application:
1. Scholarship Application Form.
2. Photocopies of documents, including one copy each of student ID, residence permit and
bank book (please attach to the back of the application form).
3. Original copy of University transcripts.
Article VII. The scholarship quota for each academic year shall be adjusted according to the University budget.
Article VIII. Overseas scholarship students who withdraw from school shall return the full amount of the scholarship received.
Article IX. Scholarship students found to have forged or provided false information shall have their scholarship qualification revoked and dealt with in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
Article X. The Regulations are implemented upon approval by the Scholarship, Grant and Work Study Review Committee, and subsequent approval by the University President; the same shall apply to amendments.