Registration Notice for New Students
Once you settle down at CCU, your buddy will help you to go through several paper works for registration.
Detail information is as follow:
1. Registration Location: OIA & The East Wing of Administrative Building
2. Required Documents
Please bring the following documents for registration.
(1) Health Examination Form (NTD500)
(2) The original and a photocopy of your passport
(3) A copy of the health certificate which is "ITEMS REQUIRED FOR HEALTH CERTIFICATE (Type B)”
(4) Proof of Valid Health Insurance for 6 months (If you have it)
(5) Student Academic Record Form (print out from New Students ID System)
(6) Authenticated original and photocopy of the diploma and transcript (Notes: Either in Chinese or English, your degree certificate and transcript must be authenticated by Taipei Representative Office nearest or in your country. CCU reserves the right to cancel your admission if the above documents are not presented on the new students’ registration day.)
(7) New student’s registration sheet (Both Chinese & English version)
(8) The receipt of tuition payment (OIA will print out for incoming student)
(9) 8 ID photos (4.5cm × 3.5cm with an image)
In order to correctly establish new students’ ID information, please login to the website https://miswww1.ccu.edu.tw/academic/academic-login.php with your student ID No. & the default password, which is your birthday + the first 2 letters of your family name (Surname). The system will require you to reset your password after your 1st login. After change your password, please login again and edit your personal information. You will also need to upload the personal digital photo (with a file format of .jpg or .jpeg). Please see the attached guide below.4. Course enrollment
Again please ask your OIA volunteer to assist you if you have problems enrolling courses (English guide is attached below).
(1) Go to the website (http://kiki.ccu.edu.tw) to enroll in the courses you want to take.
(2) ID & Password: Your student ID No., and the password is the same as yours reset after your 1st login the student ID system; also the same as the E-course system.
5. Chinese Program for International Student
(2) The information shows at: http://cls.ccu.edu.tw/center/1042_chinese_course.php
All new students are asked to do a sample health check on campus, even if you have already done the Health Check that the Taipei Representative Office has required.
Documents and fees:
(1) Health Examination Form (Including one 4.5cm × 3.5cm photo)
(2) Fees : NTD500
If you wear prescribed lenses, please bring the lenses on the day of the exam so that post-treatment eyesight can be tested.
If you are from other countries, you will need to get a short-term medical and injury insurance before you arrive in Taiwan, or we will have to get one for you. Please refer to the following website for details: http://www.nhi.gov.tw.
1.Short-term Medical and Injury Insurance
In order to be qualified for National Health Insurance, applicants are required to stay in Taiwan for a minimum of six (6) months. Thus, new international students are strictly required to bring their own insurance policies from their countries for the first six (6) months, and in case of need, the student should be able to use the insurance policies in Taiwan. The new regulation is as followed:
According to Article 21 of the MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan, "At the time of registration a new international student shall present proof of a medical and injury insurance policy which is valid for at least 6 months from the date the student enters Taiwan. Current student shall present written proof that they have joined Taiwan’s the National Health Insurance Plan. The abovementioned written proof of insurance issued in foreign country shall be verified by the ‘Overseas Agencies’.
2. National Health Insurance (NHI)
It is necessary to apply National Health Insurance for staying in Taiwan. According to Taiwan National Health Insurance Act, international student who has an alien resident certificate in the Taiwan for a minimum of six calendar months or exited Taiwan once for fewer than 30 days with the actual period of stay amounting to six months after the number of days that he or she has been away from Taiwan is deducted, are in order to become the beneficiaries of this Insurance. The count starts upon the date of issue of student's ARC. For example, if the date of issue on your ARC is on March 10, the nearest date you can apply is Sep. 10.
Payment Method and Fees: you will be paying the health insurance fees when you make the tuition payment. The monthly NHI cost is NT$749, that is NT$ 4,494 for each semester (from September to next February, and from March to next August). Only students who have stayed for more than 6 months are qualified for NHI.