The certificate or diploma of your highest degree (A notarized copy of the translation in Chinese or English is necessary if the original document is in a language other than Chinese or English.)
Complete academic transcripts issued by your school for each year of study (A notarized copy of the translation in Chinese or English is necessary if the original transcript is in a language other than Chinese or English.)
If there are any points of uncertainty pertaining to (1) and (2) above, the University may request that the documents be authenticated by an overseas representative office of the Republic of China (Taiwan) before the review process.
Graduating students must submit the Certificate of Expected Graduation issued by their school if they have not received their diploma when making their application (a notarized copy of the translation in Chinese or English is necessary if the original document is in a language other than Chinese or English).
If an applicant comes from one of the designated countries listed by the Bureau of Consular Affairs (BOCA), they must have their documents authenticated by an overseas representative office of the R.O.C. before the application review.
Academic credentials earned in mainland China should be handled in accordance with Regulations Governing the Accreditation of Schools in Mainland China.
Academic credentials earned in Hong Kong or Macao should be handled in accordance with Academic Credential Verification and Accreditation Methods adopted in Hong Kong and Macao.
Academic credentials earned in other areas:
(1) Academic credentials earned at overseas Taiwan schools or Taiwan schools in mainland China will be regarded as equivalent to credentials earned at domestic schools.
(2) Academic credentials other than the two items mentioned above will be handled in accordance with Regulations Regarding the Assessment and Recognition of Foreign Academic Credentials for Institutions of Higher Education. However, academic credentials earned from a foreign academic institute or university branch established in mainland China must be notarized in mainland China, then examined and verified by an agency established or appointed by the Executive Yuan, or through a private agency commissioned by the Executive Yuan.
A financial statement issued within the past 3 months from a banking institution showing that you have sufficient funds to study in Taiwan (A notarized copy of the translation in Chinese or English is necessary if the original document is in a language other than Chinese or English.)
Receipt for application fee
Verification of nationality (e.g. a photocopy of your passport)
Declaration Form (Download the form from the application system, complete it, and then upload it back to the system.)
Additional documents required by the department or graduate program you are applying to (Please refer to Inlabelidual Requirements.)
Depending on the circumstances, the University may request additional documents to review your eligibility and educational background, such as the Certificate of Entry and Exit Dates, Non-Household Registration Declaration Form, a proof of the permanent residence status in Hong Kong or Macao, a document that proves your father or mother has/had R.O.C. nationality status, the Certificate of Nationality Annulment, and so on.