DEFINITION AND DESCRIPTION
"Exchange students" refer to students that: a) have passed the international exchange student selection process of NSYSU; b) are then nominated by the Office of International Affairs (OIA) to the exchange universities, and c) have been granted admission by the exchange universities. Exchange students study for one or two semesters at the exchange university while paying tuition and fees at NSYSU.
Non-exchange program: students wishing to study at universities not listed as exchange universities should apply on their own and submit related documents to the OIA before the end of November each year. The OIA will provide consultation and assistance on NSYSU's related procedures and scholarship opportunities.
1. Applicants must be NSYSU's first to fourth-year undergraduate or first to second-year master's students. Students in their deferred graduation years or who have been admitted as working professionals are not eligible to apply.
2. Applicants must have passed the minimum English certification threshold and meet the language proficiency requirements of the exchange university, as detailed below:
- Applicants must pass the minimum English certification threshold: TOEFL iBT 60 / IELTS 5.0 / TOEIC 600 at least
- The language proficiency certificate must remain valid during the then-current selection period.
- Please note that each exchange university's language proficiency requirements might differ from year to year.
3. Applicants must have good academic grades and no record of misconduct.
PREPARAING FOR THE APPLICATION
1. Maintain good academic grades.
2. Attend lectures or activities held by the OIA regarding studying abroad.
3. Collect information on exchange universities and countries.
4. Consult with family members, senior schoolmates, and professors and draw a study plan.
5. Prepare and pass language certification exams as required by the OIA and the target exchange universities.
6. Refer to "National Sun Yat-sen University Selection Guidelines for Outbound Exchange Students" for more information.
7. Submit all application documents within the application period. Documents submitted after the deadline will not be accepted.
1. Before going abroad, exchange students should purchase necessary overseas insurance (including accident, travel, medical treatment insurance, etc.) that covers their entire overseas stay.
2. Exchange students should take and pass at least two courses (one of which should be a subject course related to the student's major at NSYSU) each semester during their exchange period.
3. Exchange students must strictly abide by relevant rules, regulations, and laws of the exchange university and country.
4. Taiwanese students are expected to register their travel information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (https://www.boca.gov.tw/sp-abre-sform-1.html) after arrival in the exchange country and stay in contact with their family members and the OIA throughout the entire study abroad period.
5. After returning to Taiwan, exchange students should submit a report of their overseas experience (in both Chinese and English; however, only a Chinese version is required from students exchanging to China) to be uploaded to the OIA's website for the public view. Also, students are expected to share their experiences in promotion activities held by the OIA.