Title Internships after Graduating from University/ College in Taiwan
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1.         For the purpose of increasing the interactions of international students who have graduated from universities or colleges with people in Taiwan’s industrial, academic & research circles, to thereby broaden international links and cultivate a pool of international highly skilled human resources, the Operation Directions Governing Applications from Overseas Chinese Students, Students from Hong Kong and Macao, and International Students for Internships after Graduating from University/College in Taiwan is herby set up.

2.         Students who meet with the stipulations of Article 2 of Operation Directions Governing Applications from Overseas Chinese Students, Students from Hong Kong and Macao, and International Students for Internships after Graduating from University/College in Taiwan are eligible to apply for internship in Taiwan.

3.         Students, who want to apply for internship in Taiwan after graduation, should prepare flowing documents and hand over to department assistants, who should collect and submit students’ applications to the Office of International Affairs (hereinafter referred to as the OIA) before May 26, 2014.

(1)  Application statement.

(2)  List of the overseas Chinese students, students from Hong Kong and Macao, and international students who have applied for an internship.

(3)  Application form for Graduating Overseas Chinese Students, Students from Hong Kong and Macao, and International Students for an Internship in Taiwan; their full academic transcript; and a written agreement from the internship organization where the student plans to undertake the internship.

(4)  Related certification documents from the internship organizations:

v  For enterprises: the company registration certificate or business registration certificate; a photocopy of the annual profit-seeking enterprise income tax return for the most recent year, or procurement records; and photocopies of other related documents shall be submitted. However, if the internship organization is the Taiwan office of a newly-established enterprise or of a financial service provider, it does not have to provide a photocopy of their annual income tax return.

v  Juridical persons delegated by competent industry authorities: shall submit photocopies of proof of their legal establishment, articles of incorporation, and of other related documents.

v  Foreign Chambers of Commerce: shall submit formal invitations issued by the Chamber.

v  Enterprises, juridical persons, or institutions that provide off-campus internship programs for college students or that have signed industry-academic cooperation contracts: shall submit a photocopy of the internship or industry-academic cooperation contract, and of other related documents.

v  Training hospitals, under the Program of the General Medical Training Hospital which have been authorized and publicly identified by the Ministry of Health and Welfare shall submit a photocopy of the certificate of the internship hospital which was issued by the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

4.         If you need to download the above-mentioned forms, please go to http://ocec.nkfust.edu.tw/Job104/CP.aspx?s=24&n=49.

5.         Please submit your application forms and other needed documents to your department assistant, who should be the one to collect and submit data to OIA.

6.         OIA only receives the applications from international students of I-Shou University. If you are overseas Chinese student and you want to apply for internship in Taiwan, please submit your application to Life Guidance Section, Office of Student Affairs.

 

 

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Post Date 2014-05-20 10:02:10
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Contact Person 張文霖 
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