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Admission by way of recommendation and screening
Individual applications: 20
Students This pathway is applicable to upcoming graduates or graduates of domestic and international public high schools and vocational schools, or registered private high schools and vocational schools approved by the College Admissions Committee, as well as individuals that meet the qualifications stipulated in Article 2 of the Standards for Recognition of Equivalent Educational Levels for University Admission. Applicants shall complete the General Scholastic Ability Test and the Practical Examination prior to registering with the College Admissions Committee. Applicant shall pass the preliminary screening criteria for the General Scholastic Ability Test and the Practical Examination, and qualify for the University’s secondary screening prior to registering their university preferences with the College Admissions Committee and awaiting uniform allocation. Please refer to the University’s admissions guide for details concerning admissions by way of recommendation and screening. The guide can be downloaded from the University website (link: http://www.exam.ncnu.edu.tw).
Multi-Star Project recommendation: 10 Students
To fulfill the homogenization of high schools and regional uniformity, the University offers admission by way of the Multi-Star Project introduced by the Ministry of Education (MoE), which aims to discover talented high school students nationwide and provide outstanding students from every high school with the opportunity to study in leading universities, thereby fostering future leaders. Please refer to the University’s admissions guide for details concerning admissions by way of the Multi-Star Project. The guide can be downloaded from the University website (link: http://www.exam.ncnu.edu.tw).
Admission for students with disabilities
To support students with disabilities, the Department offers openings for students with cerebral palsy. Applicants must hold a disability certificate or be a formally recognized student with disability by the Committee Responsible for Identification and Placement of Gifted and Disabled Students of various municipalities or county (city) governments. The admissions guide and detailed information can be viewed at http://www.overseas.ncnu.edu.tw/.