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New Students To-Do List

Congratulations on your admission to National Chengchi University! OIC knows that there are many things you must do before and upon your arrival at NCCU, and this handy checklist will help you get organized. The Office of International Cooperation staff looks forward to meeting you during our International Student Orientation and Registration.

 

Resident Visa and Alien Resident Certificate (ARC)

Resident Visa
A visa is an entry permit into a country. Foreign students enrolling in degree programs at NCCU should apply for resident visa with the purpose of study through the Taiwan Overseas Representative Office in order to enter Taiwan
For more information: Resident visa
 
ARC
“Alien Resident Certificate (ARC)” is your identity card in Taiwan. Foreigners holding resident visa or changing to resident visa in Taiwan should go to the service center of National Immigration Agency to apply for ARC within 15 days starting from the day after arrival in Taiwan or the next day of receiving resident visa in Taiwan. (Otherwise, the penalty will be $2,000-10,000 NT/$60-300 USD.).
For more information: ARC


 

Overseas Medical and Injury Insurance

Having adequate medical insurance is very important for you to stay healthy and happy here at NCCU. All new degree students are required by Taiwan regulations to carry overseas medical and injury insurance for at least 6 months coverage starting from the date when entering Taiwan. You are asked to show your insurance statement (must be in English) or National Health Insurance (NHI) card (if you are already insured) during OIC Registration Day on Sep5. If you do not carry overseas medical and injury insurance or it is invalid, you will need to purchase group medical insurance at Cashier Section (5th floor, Administration Building) on Registration Day.
For more information: Insurances


 

Foreign Degree Verification

You should have foreign diplomas and transcripts verified by the Taiwan Embassy/Representative Office in the country of the institution and show them on Registration Day. If the transcripts and diplomas (or graduation certificates) are not in Chinese or English, you should verify the original documents and the translation of the documents before you arrive in Taiwan. Please note that you will not be able to complete the registration procedure during the OIC Registration Day, unless you present all verified documents. Diploma and transcripts received in Taiwan are not required to verify.

 

Health Examination

For your protection, and for the protection of your fellow students, you are required to complete health examination within one month of the start of the semester (by Oct. 12 2017). We strongly recommend you to undergo on-campus examination to save your time and money.

 

On-campus Health Examination

 * Updated on 2017.08.13
Graduate Students: Saturday, September 2, 2017 - Sih Wei Hall
Undergraduate Students: Sunday, September 3, 2017 - Sih Wei Hall

For more detailed information and to download the health exam form, please visit Health Examination
 

 

Course Enrollment

The course enrollment process consists of five (5) phases: Online Course Selection I, Online Course Selection II, Online Course Add/Drop, System Manual Add/Drop with Instructor’s Approval, Course Withdrawal. Please refer to Class Selection Schedule for 2017 First Semester for relevant dates concerning course enrollment. If you have any questions concerning enrollment or courses (ex. the courses required to fulfill your degree requirements), please consult your academic department or program office.
 
NCCU Course Search Engine
This NCCU site allows you to browse NCCU classes to fast search for a course of your preference.
 
Online Course Selection System
This NCCU site allows you to execute your course selection online (Online Course Selection I, Online Course Selection II,)
 

 

How to get to NCCU

Please refer to “Directions to NCCU” section in OIC website.

 

Dormitories Moving-in

All dormitories are open to move-in starting Friday, September 1, 2017. Please note the move-in information below in order to manage your arrival time. New students are required to present a check-in approval notice and borrow a temporary pass to move in. You need to deposit $1000 to borrow a temporary pass. Your deposit will be refunded on OIC One-Stop Registration (September 5).

Move- in information
Date Time Where to get check-in approval notice and temporary pass
Sep. 1 (Fri.) 9 am-5 pm* Office of International Cooperation (OIC)
Sep. 2 (Sat.) 9 am-4 pm Hi-Life convenience store in Dorm 10
     
Sep.3 (Sun.)   Day off
Sep. 4 or later 9 am-5 pm* Office of International Cooperation (OIC)
*No service during 12:00 noon-1:30 pm
 
For more information: NCCU Dormitories


 

OIC One-Stop Registration (September 5, 2017)

OIC creates a new one-stop student registration service to streamline the most important services new international students need to manage their registration, ARC and SIM card application. The one stop service will run on Tuesday, September 5, 9:30 am to 2:00 pm on 2nd floor of the Administration Building. Newly arrived degree students are required to come to One-Stop Student Registration Service. Please read “NCCU One-Stop Registration Service” brochure and get relevant documents ready to make your experience in managing registration as smooth and efficient as possible. Click on the list below to see the brochure in the language of your preference:
English
Chinese (Traditional)
Chinese (Simplified)
Korean
Japanese
 

 

Orientation Activities (Degree Students) 

 * Updated on 2017.08.13
The orientation activities will be offered between September 1 and 6. Here are highlights of the schedule:
 
Date Activity
Sep. 1 (Fri.) & Sep. 2 (Sat.) Dorm Check-in
Sep. 2 (Sat..) Health Examinations-Degree students (Graduate)
Health Examinations-Exchange students (Undergraduate & Graduate )
Sep. 3 (Sun..) Health Examinations-Degree students (Undergraduate)
Sep. 4 (Mon.) International Students Orientation (Degree and Exchange)
Sep. 5 (Tue..) OIC One-Stop Registration
Sep. 8 (Fri..) Fire Drill Workshop (mandatory for students reside at school dormitories)
 * Updated on 2017.08.13