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國立成功大學優秀國際博士生獎助學金實施要點 National Cheng Kung University Implementation Guidelines for Distinguished International PhD Student Scholarships

國立成功大學優秀國際博士生獎助學金實施要點

 

105年5月17日104學年第4次校務基金管理委員會通過

105年6月15日本校第181次行政會議通過

107年6月27日本校第191次行政會議通過

 

一、國立成功大學(以下簡稱本校)為招收優秀國際博士生至本校就讀,提升本校國際化,並整合國際化相關資源,特訂定本要點。

二、本校優秀博士生獎助學金經費來源如下:

(一)教育部補助款;

(二)本校校務基金;

(三)本校自籌收入。

三、本校優秀國際博士生獎助學金總金額及獎助名額,得視當年各項經費收支情形及國際學生人數而彈性調整。

四、獎助期間:自註冊入學起,至畢業離校、休學或退學月止。但延長修業年限期間,不得申請獎助。博士班以四年為限,碩士生逕修讀博士學位,以五年為限。

五、申請資格:

(一)新生:凡依本校「外國學生申請入學」方式申請者,本校招生委員會於審查入學資格時,同時核定其獎助。

(二)舊生:在本校就學一學年以上、具有正式學籍之博士生,行為表現無不良紀錄,並符合下列規定:

前一學年至少須修習各系所規定畢業課程總學分數之三分之一且學業平均成績達八十分以上。已修滿畢業學分者,須另提供指導教授推薦函及論文撰寫計畫。

六、本校優秀國際博士生獎助學金獎助金額如下:

每名可獲得十二個月獎助生活費,並得核予減免學雜費及修讀學分費。每月獎助生活費最高新臺幣15,000元整。

七、申請時間:

(一)新生:依本校「外國學生申請入學」時間辦理。

(二)舊生:

1.     秋季班入學者:於每年8月1日至8月30日前向各系所申請。

2.     春季班入學者:於每年1月底至2月底前向各系所申請。

八、申請資料:

(一)新生:依本校「外國學生申請入學」方式辦理。

(二)舊生:

備「申請表、前一學年之上下學期成績單、在學證明(至本校教務處註冊組申請)、有效期之居留證、郵局帳戶影本」,其他文件得視各系所之公告為主。

九、審核方式:

(一) 由系所進行初審獎助條件、資格及內容,送交國際事務處國際學生事務組複審。

(二) 每次核定一學年,並須逐年審核。

十、核予期間:

(一) 秋季班入學者:當年度9月至隔年度8月。

(二) 春季班入學者:當年度2月至隔年度1月。

十一、獎助原則:

(一) 受獎生需於每學期完成註冊,並查驗居留證後,始得領取獎助學金。

(二) 受獎生如未在原系所繼續就讀完成學業,嗣後不得再以就讀其他系所,重新提出申請。但依本校研究生章程規定,核定轉讀系所者,於原獎助年限內,不在此限。

(三) 受獎生如保留學籍,原核定獎助學金之資格即予取消。待復學之該學年度,於指定申請期間(依照本校「外國學生申請入學」時間)重新提出申請。

(四) 受獎生註冊入學後,經查驗居留證持有「應聘」身分或簽證持有「工作」身分者,不得領取。

(五) 減免學分費之獎助學分總數,以不超過各系所規定之畢業課程學分數為限。

(六) 因故休學、退學或無故離校超過一個月以上者,應即停止核發獎助學金,但寒暑假期間,不在此限。

(七) 受獎生如因學習之需要,須赴國外擔任交換學生、短期研究者,出國期間停止核發,原獎助期間不得展延。惟經指導教授及系所主管同意,亦不在此限。

(八) 受領他國政府機關或機構獎學金之學生,得依本校與其他政府機關之合約或協定,於原受獎期限屆滿後提出申請。

(九) 受獎生於獎助期間內,如有違反本校校規,受小過處分者,自處分確定後之次月,立即取消當學期已核定之獎助學金與次學期獎助申請資格。但經學校評估後,得以校園服務代替懲處者,於抵除後回復下一學期之獎助申請資格。受大過以上處分者,自處分確定後應即停止核發獎助學金並註銷其受獎資格。

十二、本獎助學金與本國政府各機關所提供之外國獎助學金不得重覆領取,違反者得撤銷獎助資格。若有溢領情事,一經查證屬實,應予繳回。

十三、本要點未盡事宜,悉依相關法令規定辦理。

十四、本要點經行政會議及校務基金管理委員會通過後實施,修訂時亦同。

 

 

National Cheng Kung University

Implementation Guidelines for Distinguished International PhD Student Scholarships

 

Approved at the 4th University Endowment Fund Administrative Committee Meeting, May 17, 2016

Approved at the 181st Administrative Council Meeting, June 15, 2016

 

  1. National Cheng Kung University (hereinafter referred to as the University), in an effort to promote the recruitment of distinguished international students, raise its international profile, and continue its internationalization efforts, has enacted the following guidelines.
  2. The sources of funding for this scholarship are as follows:
    1. Subsidies from the Ministry of Education;
    2. The University Endowment Fund;
    3. Funding from the University.
  3. The number of scholarships awarded to exceptional international PhD students is subject to adjustment, depending on the total number of international students as well as the funds available for the current academic year.
  4. Scholarship Time Frame: From enrollment until the month of graduation, withdrawal and/or suspension. Students who extend their study period will no longer be eligible to apply for this scholarship. PhD students are limited to four years, and master’s degree students who are also doing their PhD degrees are limited to five years.
  5. Application Eligibility:
    1. New students: The University Admissions Committee will evaluate applicants who apply in accordance with the regulations stated in the “NCKU Guidelines for International Student Admission Applications” and assess their scholarship offers accordingly.
    2. Continuing students: Applicants must be officially enrolled as international students, have completed at least one year of academic study without any official record of misconduct, and must comply with the following regulations in order to be eligible:

1) Applicants must have received a minimum of 1/3 of the required course credits for graduation in the preceding academic year, with an average grade of 80 or above.

2) For those who have met the required amount of course credits for graduation, a recommendation letter from an advisor and thesis/dissertation proposal must also be submitted.

  1. The amount awarded by the Distinguished International PhD Student Scholarship is as follows:

a. Each applicant may receive twelve months of living expenses as well as having their school fees and course credit fees waived;

b. The maximum amount of living expenses awarded shall not exceed 15,000 NTD.

  1. Application Period: 

a. New students: Please refer to the “NCKU Guidelines for International Student Admission Applications.”

b. Continuing students:

1) Those admitted in the fall semester are entitled to submit an annual scholarship application to their respective departments during the period of August 1 to 30. 

2) Those admitted in the spring semester are entitled to submit an annual scholarship application to their respective departments during the period from the end of January to the end of February.

  1. Admission Materials:

a. New students: Please refer to the “NCKU Guidelines for International Student Admission Applications.”

b. Continuing students: A completed application form, an official transcript of the previous year of study, an official study certificate (obtained from the Registrar Division), a copy of a valid Alien Resident Certificate (ARC), a copy of the Post Office bank account passbook cover, and any other documents that may be required by a student’s department must be provided.

  1. Review Period: 

a. The preliminary evaluation will be conducted by the relevant department. The eligibility documents and contents of applications will be sent to the International Student Affairs Division of the Office of International Affairs for secondary evaluation.

b. Evaluation will be conducted annually, with the entire school year being evaluated.

  1. Scholarship Period:

a. Fall semester admissions: From September to the following August

b. Spring semester admissions: From February to the following January

  1. Conditions for Receiving a Scholarship: 
    1. Approved recipients are required to be officially enrolled and have completed the ARC verification in order to receive the granted scholarship every semester.
    2. Approved recipients who do not continue their studies in their original department may not apply for another scholarship from the new department. However, according to the school’s charter for graduate students, approved transfer students to different departments are not subject to this clause.
    3. If the recipient defers his/her admission once admitted, rights to the original approved scholarship will be deemed null and void. When returning to school, a new scholarship application may be submitted for the relevant school year, according to the application period outlined in the “NCKU Guidelines for International Student Admission Applications.”
    4. After being officially enrolled, recipients who are identified as having employment status on their ARC or who hold a work visa are not entitled to receive the scholarship. 
    5. The total amount of course credits waived shall not exceed the sum for the minimum number of course credits required for the recipient to graduate from his/her respective department.
    6. Recipients who suspend their studies through an official leave of absence, drop out from school, or leave without warning for over one month will have their stipends halted immediately and their qualifications for receiving their scholarships cancelled. However, this does not apply during summer or winter vacation.
    7. Recipients who travel overseas to participate in any student exchange program or any short-term research project will not receive any portion of their scholarships during their overseas stay. The duration of the original scholarship will not be extended to account for this overseas absence from the University. The only exception to this will be with approval from an advisor as well as department management.
    8. Students who receive stipends from other governmental organizations/institutions are entitled to apply for University scholarships, once the period of the previous awards has been completed.
    9. Regarding violations of school regulations, recipients who are disciplined with a penalty of more than a minor demerit will immediately have their monthly stipend cancelled for the rest of the semester, starting from the month after the penalty is officially confirmed. Their eligibility to apply for a scholarship will also be revoked for the following semester. Should the penalty be commuted into campus service following a resolution by the University administration, after the service is completed, their eligibility to apply for a scholarship will be resumed for the following semester. Recipients who are disciplined with a penalty of more than a major demerit will immediately have their monthly stipend cancelled for the rest of the semester once the penalty is officially confirmed. Meanwhile, their eligibility to apply for any scholarship will be completely revoked.
  2. Those who receive scholarships or grants for international students offered by Taiwanese governmental agencies are not eligible to receive this scholarship. Any recipients of this scholarship found to be acting in violation of this rule will be disqualified from receiving this scholarship and must return the funds they have already received.
  3. Matters that are not covered by the guidelines indicated here shall be administered according to the relevant regulations.
  4. These guidelines and their revisions in effect are subject to the approval of the Administrative Council meetings.

*These guidelines are enacted in Chinese, which shall prevail in case of any discrepancy between the English translation and the original Chinese version.