New Degree Students - After Arrival
1. Report to OIA
1st stop: OIA
2nd stop: Your department office
Please bring the following documents
• Admission Letter*1
• Verified Diploma*1
• Verified Transcript *1
• Passport *1 (Personal page)
• Passport *1 (Visa page)
• 2-inch Photos*2
If applicable, please bring a copy of
• Both Sides of A.R.C. *1
• Taiwan Govt. Scholarship Certificate*1
• NHI Card*1
• Post Office Account Book*1
• Health Check-up Report (Form B、C & NCHU student Health report)
Bring the documents given on the report day (In your gift bag), pen, personal information documents, and Student handbook (Digital file)
3. Pay tuition, miscellaneous, and other fees
Login to eschool website to download the tuition bill. Mark that even you're tuition waiver student will also need to pay for miscellaneouse / insurance on your own share.
To check up your bill, https://eschool.firstbank.com.tw/member/index.aspx
4. Select Courses online
To get to know how to do the course slection, please download "here"
5. Visit the Immigration Agency：Applying for A.R.C.(Alien Resident Certificate) & R.O.C. number
Check for detailed information.
6. Visit the Post office to Open an Account
If you would like to apply for a scholarship/ part-time job/insurance reimbursement, your Post Office Account needs to be hand into the OIA within 2 weeks.
a. Application Form
b. C.R.S. Self‐Certification Form
c. a hard copy of passport personal info & Visa page
d. a hard copy of R.O.C. Number sheet
e. Signature (Or seal, also acceptable) – Optional
f. NTD$100 (Deposit)
7. Claim your Student ID card
Pick up your student ID card at the Office of International Affairs when received an Email notice.
Note that you must have done the following things prior to claiming your card：
a. Paying fees (Ex. tuition, dormitory, insurance)
b. Selecting Courses
c. Hand in the copy of the R.O.C. number sheet/ A.R.C. to OIA.
d. Hand in the copy of the Post Office account passbook cover to OIA.
e. Registration for Bus card
8. Visit Hospital for Health Check
9. Health Insurance
If you don't have insurance in Taiwan, your medical cost will be very expensive.
It very important for you to know the three kinds of insurance.
(a)Students Safety Insurance
(b)Foreign Students Insurance
(c)National Health Insurance
If you have any questions about dormitory, you can contact them during the service time.
Male dormitory service center
Female dormitory service center
Service time During Semester: Mon. - Thu. 8:30 A.M. - 21:00 P.M. (12:30-13:30 break time) Fri. 8:30 A.M. - 17:00 P.M. (12:30 - 13:30 break time)
During Winter vacation/Summer vacation: Mon. - Fri. 8:00 A.M. - 17:00 P.M. (12:00 - 13:00 break time)
For detail information(Link)