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Two-year College of Long-term Care for Filipino Students

Two-year College of Long-term Care

 

2019 Information 2020 Information

(一) Academic Year:Fall Semester (Beginning in September 2019)

(二) Department:Long-term care

(三) Class:International Program of Industry-Academia Collaboration (Nursing)

(四) Course Duration:Two-year Associate Degree Program

(五) Course credits:80 Credits

(六) Prospective Students:K12 diploma or K10 diploma with 2-year college graduate;18-25 years old.

(七) Admission quota:40 applicants

(八) Application period:June 10 ~ July 10, 2020

(一) Academic Year:Fall Semester (Beginning in September 2020)

(二) Department:Long-term care

(三) Class:International Program of Industry-Academia Collaboration (Nursing)

(四) Course Duration:Two-year Associate Degree Program

(五) Course credits:80 Credits

(六) Prospective Students:K12 diploma or K10 diploma with 2-year college graduate;18-30 years old.

(七) Admission quota:40 applicants

(八) Application period:May 19 ~ June 12, 2020

Please refer to the enrollment brochure for detailed information on enrollment. Please refer to the enrollment brochure for detailed information on enrollment.

 

2019 Admission Handbook
2020 Admission Handbook

In Chinese and English

In Chinese and Filipino

In Chinese and English

In Chinese and Filipino

 

Grant details

1.Quota of grantees: 40 (depending on the quota approved by the government based on the application by the University)

2.Grant breakdown and amount

  1. Tuition and fees, internship (experiment) fees, and other items approved by the Foundation; however, the amount of education subsidies from government agencies shall be deducted;
  2. No grants are provided for make-up courses during summer and winter sessions or during suspension.
  3. Amount
    1. One-way economy class airfare for coming to Taiwan for study for the first time;
    2. Tuition and fees, internship (experiment) fees, and other items approved by the Foundation;
    3. During grantees’ study at the University, meal allowances are provided by the University in the form of deposits. The account is settled every month, and the balance must not be carried over. Cash allowances are provided
      instead during off-campus internships;
    4. Housing fees for grantees living on campus only;
    5. A once-only grant for school uniforms, intern uniforms, laboratory gowns, or other apparel recognized by the Foundation;
    6. Textbooks used for courses or other books recognized by the Foundation; a grant is offered only once per semester;
    7. A quilt, a bed sheet, a pillow, and a pair of white and black leather shoes each, which will be given to freshmen when they enter the University;
    8. A monthly living allowance of NT$3,000.

For the fees or expenses listed in a-g above, grantees will be reimbursed on an accountable basis and are required to present relevant details for reimbursement.

Please refer to the enrollment brochure for detailed information on enrollment.

 

Inquiry service for Overseas Students

      ● Website: https://www.nisa.moe.gov.tw/moecare/index/index/lang/en

  ● TEL:0800-789-007

 

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