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Requirements for College of Humanities

Department of Chinese Language and Literature

101

Department of Chinese Language and Literature

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Bachelor

 

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Master

 

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Ph.D.

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Notes

1. Applicants to the bachelor’s program must submit a study plan, Chinese autobiography, an original copy of a complete transcript of high school, and other works or awards that may facilitate the review of the application.

2. Applicants to the master’s program must submit an autobiography in Chinese, a research proposal (see application form format in page 30), a representative work (one to three 10-15 page term paper(s) in Chinese, and other works that may facilitate the review of the application), and an original copy of a complete transcript.

3. Applicants to the Ph.D. program must submit an autobiography in Chinese, a research proposal, original copies of complete bachelor’s and master’s transcripts, a master’s thesis (applicants yet to pass the oral thesis defense examination should submit their draft with the adviser’s signature and guarantee of time completion; applicants graduated without a master’s thesis, should submit equivalent academic works), academic writings (including journal and conference papers and course reports; unpublished course reports are limited to no more than 3), a resume and a detailed listing of writings.

4. Applicants must submit the certificate of The Test of Proficiency-Huayu (TOP), Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL), or other equivalent proof of Chinese proficiency. Applicants to the bachelor’s program must have a rating of 4 or higher on the TOP, or Level 4 or better on the TOCFL. Applicants to the Master’s or Ph.D. program must have a rating of 6 or better on the TOP, or Level 5 or higher on the TOCFL.

5. Applicants who are unable to attend the oral examination may arrange a telephone interview or an online video conferencing interview.

6. Applicants with a bachelor’s degree or above from NCNU should submit two sealed letters of recommendation (one of which should be written by a teacher of Chinese language or literature).

7. Tel: +886-49-2910960 ext.2601Emailjy-wang@ncnu.edu.tw

8. Website: http://www.cll.ncnu.edu.tw

Department of Foreign Languages and Literature

102

Department of Foreign Languages and Literature

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Bachelor

 

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ˇ

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Master

 

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Notes

1. Applicants to the master’s program must submit a research proposal (see application form format in page 30), a representative work (1 or more 10-15 page term paper(s) in English, or other works that may facilitate the review of the application), and a complete transcript.

2. Applicants to the master’s program who are unable to attend the oral examination may arrange a telephone interview or an online video conferencing interview.

3. Applicants must submit the certificate of the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL, formerly TOP) or other equivalent proof of Chinese proficiency.

4. Applicants from non-English speaking countries must provide a TOEFL score of 500 (173 on the CBT) or better; applicants to the master’s program must provide a score of 550 (213 on the CBT) or better.

5. Applicants with a bachelor’s degree or above from NCNU should submit three sealed letters of recommendation (at least one of which should be written by a teacher of Chinese language or literature).

6. Tel: +886-49-2910960 ext.2541Email:ljhuang@ncnu.edu.tw

7. Website: http://www.dfll.ncnu.edu.tw

Department of Social Policy and Social Work

103

Department of Social Policy and Social Work

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Bachelor

 

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ˇ

 

ˇ

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Master

 

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Ph.D.

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Notes

1. Applicants must submit: (1) a research proposal, (2) original copy of complete B.A. and M.A. transcripts, (3) one copy of the applicant's CV, (4) a detailed list of all scholarly or academic works, and (5) one copy of M.A. thesis.

Applicants who have not defended their MA thesis must submit a thesis draft together with a signed statement from the thesis adviser confirming that the applicant will be able to obtain his/her M.A. degree prior to enrollment at NCNU. Applicants with a Non-Thesis Master’s degree must submit equivalent academic writing(s).

Applicants may also submit up to three scholarly papers (including articles published in journals, papers presented at conferences, or term papers written for coursework), if such works are available.

2. Applicants must submit the certificate of The Test of Proficiency-Huayu (TOP), Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL), or other equivalent proof of Chinese proficiency. Applicants to the bachelor’s program must have a rating of 4 or higher on the TOP, or Level 4 or better on the TOCFL. Applicants to the Master’s or Ph.D. program must have a rating of 6 or better on the TOP, or Level 5 or higher on the TOCFL.

3. Applicants who are unable to attend the interview and examination in person may arrange a telephone interview or an online video conferencing interview.

4. Applicants with a bachelor’s degree or above from NCNU should submit two sealed letters of recommendation.

5. Tel: +886-49-2910960 ext.2623Email:spsw@mail.ncnu.edu.tw

6. Website: http://www.spsw.ncnu.edu.tw

Department of History

104

Department of History

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Bachelor

 

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Master

 

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Ph.D.

 

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Notes

1. Applicant to the Graduate Institute's Ph.D. program must hold a M.A. degree in history or related fields, and must submit: (1) a research proposal, (2) original copy of complete B.A. and M.A. transcripts, (3) one copy of the applicant's CV, (4) a detailed list of all scholarly or academic works, and (5) one copy of M.A. thesis. An M.A. thesis written in a foreign language must also include an abstract in Chinese.

Applicants who have not yet defended their MA thesis must submit a thesis draft together with a signed statement from the thesis adviser confirming that the applicant will be able to obtain his/her M.A. degree prior to enrollment at NCNU. Applicants with a Master’s degree without a thesis from abroad must submit equivalent academic writing(s).

Applicants may also submit up to three scholarly papers (including articles published in journals, papers presented at conferences, or term papers written for coursework), if such works are available.

2. Applicants to the master’s program must submit a research proposal (see application form format in page 29), a representative work (one to three 10-15 page term papers in Chinese), and any other work that may facilitate the review of the application.

3. Applicants who are unable to attend the interview and examination in person may arrange a telephone interview or an online video conferencing interview.

4. Tel: +886-49-2910872Email:yuan@ncnu.edu.tw

5. Website: http://www.his.ncnu.edu.tw

Department of Public Policy and Administration

105

Department of Public Policy and Administration

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Bachelor

 

ˇ

ˇ

ˇ

 

ˇ

 

ˇ

 

 

 

 

 

 

Master

 

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Ph.D.

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Notes

1. Applicants are required to take an interview in person or via webcam.

2. Tel: +886-49-2915247Email:dppa@ncnu.edu.tw

3. Website: http://www.dppa.ncnu.edu.tw

Department of Southeast Asian Studies

106

Department of Southeast Asian Studies

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Bachelor

 

ˇ

ˇ

 

 

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Master

 

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Ph.D.

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Notes

1. Applicants must submit proof of Chinese proficiency.

2. Applicants to the master’s program must submit one sealed letter of recommendation. Applicants to the Ph.D. program must submit a research proposal and two sealed letters of recommendation.

3. Submit a copy of other materials that may facilitate the review of the application (e.g. relevant publications, research proposals, awards, certificates, licenses, résumé, etc).

4. Tel: +886-49-2910960 ext.2561Email:dseas@ncnu.edu.tw

5. Website: http:///www.dseas_anth.ncnu.edu.tw/main.php

Master Program of Anthropology, Department of Southeast Asian Studies

107

Master Program of Anthropology, Department of Southeast Asian Studies

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Master

 

ˇ

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ˇ

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Notes

1. Applicants must submit a research proposal.

2. Tel: +886-49-2910960ext.2561Email:dseas@ncnu.edu.tw

3. Website: http://swww.dsesa_anth.ncnu.edu.tw/main.php

Master Program in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language

108

Master Program of Teaching Chinese As A Second Language

Program

Class

Autobio-

graphy

Inter-

view

Exam

Chinese language requirements

TOEFL

score

GRE

General Test

GMAT

score

Master’s

Thesis

Spr-

ing

Fall

Listen-ing

Speak-ing

Read-

ing

Writing

None

Master

 

ˇ

ˇ

 

 

ˇ

ˇ

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Notes

1. Applicants who did not graduate from colleges in Chinese-speaking areas should submit a certificate of the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL, formerly TOP) with a rating of LEVEL 5 or other equivalent proof of Chinese proficiency (e.g. proof of relevant courses taken, etc.) (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) will not be accepted as proof of proficiency.).

2. Applicants must submit two sealed letters of recommendation.

3. Tel: +886-49-2910960 ext.3801Email:hcheng@ncnu.edu.tw

4. Website: http://www.tcsl.ncnu.edu.tw