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HAND IN THE NSYSU EXCHANGE STUDENT REPORT

Upon ending the semester at the exchange university, complete the NSYSU exchange student report. E-mail the report in Microsoft Word along with 2 - 3 photographs to the exchange program coordinator at the Office of International Affairs.

COMPLETE THE CHECKLIST FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS RETURNING TO THE UNIVERSITY

  1. Bring the original copy of your transcript and complete the checklist for Exchange Students Returnig to the University within 60 days after returning to the university.
  2. The office stamps do not need to be obtained in order (You could start with your department/college/Student Assistance Division/Office of International Affairs).
  3. Upon credit transfer, whether or not exemptions are requested, students with a delayed graduation status or master students are required to pay credit fees.
  4. Students graduating in the current year are required to complete the checklist before initiating graduation procedures.

FOR CREDIT EXEMPTION, HAND IN THE CREDIT TRANSFER APPLICATION FORM

  1. Bring the official transcript issued by the exchange university to the instructor of the course to be transferred for exemption and obtain his/her signature. (Language courses, such as French, German, should be approved by the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature). Complete the Credit Transfer Application Form by obtaining all stamps listed on the form.
  2. A total of 18 class hours accounts for one credit. In the cases that the transcript does not show the course hours, students should provide proof, e.g., course selection record, course outline, or academic calendar, for the Office of Academic Affairs to verify and approve credit transfer and exemption.
  3. Students not applying for credit exemption can proceed with the returning process using an unofficial transcript (e.g., a printout of online transcript). Proof of course hours is still needed for credit transfer. When receiving the official transcript, a copy should be handed in to the Office of Academic Affairs for documentation, which is a part of the student’s learning process record.