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Application Eligibility

(1)

Those who meet the following qualifications may apply for recommendation and will be admitted on a merit basis until the quota is filled:

  1. Those who were born overseas and have obtained citizenship or permanent residency in the place of residence, or those who have left Taiwan and hold a Republic of China (Taiwan) passport with Overseas Compatriot Identity Endorsement.
  2. Overseas compatriot youth who have graduated from the second year of high school or above (i.e. have graduated from the second year of high school in an overseas compatriot school in the place of residence or are equivalent to the second year of high school in such a school, including those who have graduated from the fifth grade of a British system secondary school) and meet the qualifications of the Regulations Regarding Study and Counseling Assistance for Overseas Chinese Students in Taiwan, aged under 40 years old (born after July 1, 1983). Female applicants who have had children must submit relevant supporting documents. For each child, the applicant’s age may be extended by 2 years, but the maximum age shall not exceed 45 years.
  3. Those who are in good health, have good conduct, and have no bad habits.
  4. Those whose academic qualifications meet the requirements for applying for various courses.
  5. Those who are proficient in Mandarin and have the ability to take notes in Mandarin.
  6. Applicants in Thailand must hold Thai nationality if they do not possess the nationality of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
  7. Applicants from Myanmar must have a permanent or long-term residence permit in their country of residence, possess Myanmar nationality as defined by the current Myanmar Citizenship Law (holders of valid identification such as a Naing, Ei, or Pyu card are eligible to apply; FRC, Passes, and similar documents are not considered valid proof of nationality), or hold a Republic of China (Taiwan) passport with an Overseas Compatriot Identity Endorsement.

(2)

Applicants must hold a valid passport. Those who do not have a passport or hold a travel permit are not allowed to apply. This does not apply to those who hold a travel permit valid for more than 3 years from Brunei. Proper review by each recommending unit (school) is requested.

(3)

Those who have applied for the loss of the nationality of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and have already had it approved and have not yet obtained the citizenship(nationality) of another country are not allowed to apply.

(4)

Those who are citizens of the Mainland area, residents of Hong Kong or Macao, or hold passports issued by the Mainland area are not allowed to apply.