Southern Taiwan University 2012 Application Instructions for International Students

Students of foreign nationality may apply using the instructions in this document.

How to Apply- In order to apply, please submit the following:
1. Application Form
It is extremely important that you fill in the Application Form as accurately and completely as possible, so that our Admission Committee will not delay your review because of unclear or missing information.
(Reminder: make sure to sign the "Declaration" on the last page of the
application form.)
To download an application form, go to: http://engwww.stut.edu.tw and click “Admission” and then in the sidebar click “Apply to STUT.” If you prefer to apply online, an online application form is available at:
http://portal.stut.edu.tw/intstudweb/.
2. Official Graduation Diploma AND Academic Transcript or Marks Sheet
Submit photocopies of 1.) the original graduation diploma and 2.) the official transcript. The school’s official seal or stamp must be visible on both. These documents must be in Chinese or translated into English. These two documents must be certified with a seal or stamp by a Taiwan representative office or Taiwan embassy/consulate in the applicant’s country. Students who have not yet graduated must submit their diplomas when they report to STUT; otherwise, their admission will be cancelled.

3. Health Certificate
Rubella, German Rubella and HIV tests are required. If found HIV positive after enrollment, your acceptance will be revoked. You can find the official Health Certificate form under "Admission" at the school's English website. To download the form, go to: http://engwww.stut.edu.tw and click on “Admission” and then in the sidebar click on “Apply to STUT.”
4. Letters of Recommendation
In most cases, two letters of recommendation in sealed envelopes with a chop seal or signature outside are required from people who can assess your academic or professional background (such as a professor or job supervisor). The recommendation letter format can be decided by the person recommending you; however, please make sure that they clearly list their name, their relation to you, and their contact information.
5. An Official Financial Statement of Personal Savings (i.e. Bank Balance Statement)

All international students planning to study in Taiwan are required to show evidence that they can pay for tuition, health insurance, housing, fees, and personal expenses during the time they are to study at STUT. This statement should be an official document issued by the bank and show a recent total balance of your personal savings. Failing to provide a financial statement may cause your Taiwan visa application to be rejected when you go to the Taiwan embassy.
6. Statement of Purpose or Personal Essay
Although the presentation format may differ, all programs will require you to provide written reasons for wishing to earn a degree in your intended program. In some cases, you also will be asked to submit a current resume with a summary of your work experiences.
7. Proof of Language Proficiency
Make sure that you have taken the English language tests required for entrance into your chosen program, and submit your score report. The following proficiency exams are accepted: TOEFL (minimum 500, iBT 61), TOEIC (minimum 650) or IELTS (minimum 5.0).
8. Other relevant documents or awards that might promote your application
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