Hungkuo Delin University of Technology (Hereinafter referred to as HDUT) is located on a thirteen-hectare verdurous landscape in Tucheng District of New Taipei City, northern Taiwan. The school was founded in 1972 and financially supported by Hungkuo Construction and Affiliated Co., Ltd. in 1978. Hungkuo has been a well-known construction company in Taiwan and accomplished the masterpiece architectural landmark, Taipei 101.
The Han-Chien Hall, a new campus building designed also by C.Y. Lee, the master architect of Taipei 101, has won a LEEDS Gold Award from the US Green Building Council. In addition to the university, Hungkuo Group has eight excellent hotels under the chain of Caesars Park Hotels and Resorts, with six hotels in Taipei region. Caesar Park Hotels and Resorts have equipped with the greatest number of guest rooms in Taiwan since 2018, which provides the corporate resources to facilitate the school development and a direct link to the intern opportunities for the students to gain practical workplace experience.
1.Those who have foreign nationality (excluding the citizens of Hong Kong, Macau, or the People's Republic of China), as well as those who have not previously studied in Taiwan as an overseas Chinese student when applying are eligible to apply as international students.
2. International students refer to individuals whose nationality is not the Republic of China, individuals who have resided in another country for more than 6 years (Refer to Note 2-3), and individuals who meet the following conditions:
1) Have dual nationality and have never applied for household registration in Taiwan.
2) Once held Republic of China citizenship, but who have renounced it for fewer than 8 years (as of the date school begins). Possess overseas Compatriot student status or had previously applied to colleges / universities with this status in Taiwan.
3) Violation of any of the above criteria will result in immediate cancellation of the applicant's admission or the deprivation of the applicant's recognized status as an HDUT registered student.
3. International students with high school diplomas are eligible to apply for undergraduate programs at HDUT. Applicants with equivalent qualifications to that of our academic degree system can apply for admission.
(Application documents submissions shall not be returned. Please retain copies.)
1. Application form.(with a 2-inch bust photo attached to each of the application forms)
2. Deposition form.
3. Verification of nationality.
4. One copy of the applicant’s highest academic degree diploma or the proof of equivalent level and official transcript for all semesters, verified with official stamps by R.O.C, or the sponsors authenticated by Overseas Community Affairs Council, R.O.C, embassies, consulates, or missions abroad or by other notary institutes authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, R.O.C (hereinafter, “R.O.C. representative offices abroad”). Diplomas should be mailed to HDUT directly from the issuing institution. (If the original diploma or transcript is not in Chinese or English, a notarized copy of a translation in Chinese or English is necessary).
*Vietnamese students wanting to study in Taiwan need to prove their Chinese is good enough by either a tocel certificate or the equivalent from a Taiwan education center min of a level 2 required.
5. Two letters of recommendation (one of which should be from a teacher of Chinese language, or one who can prove the applicant’s Chinese or English language proficiency).
6. Study plan in Chinese and English.
7. Financial Statement.
|Intake||Application Deadlines||Course Begins||Announcement|
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Please send or deliver your application documents to the International and External Exchange Center in HDUT before the application deadline; you can use the envelope format on the last page of this brochure. Applications received after the deadline will not be processed.
1. Applicants should go to Taiwan Overseas Missions for transcripts verification and visa application, and follow the regulations of the Taiwan Overseas Missions in their country.
2. Most of the courses are taught in Chinese. Applicants should have sufficient listening, speaking, reading and writing ability in Chinese. Applicants are strongly recommended to submit the Chinese Language Proficiency test report.
3. Admitted students who are unable to enroll before the registration deadline can apply for a one-year deferral of admission with the permission of HDUT. Upon permission of HDUT, these students can postpone their studies to the next school year. The regulations for the new students of that school year are also applicable to students who postpone enrollment.
4. Regarding transcripts, admitted students should follow the regulations of HDUT. Credit transfer application should follow the HDUT Credit Transfer Regulations and standard procedures after enrollment.
5. The student needs to pay the following:
1. Tuition Fee: About NT$ 54,290 for department of Engineering or NT$ 47,325 for Others every academic year.
2. The cost of living in Taiwan is about NT$ 36,000 every academic year.
3. The accommodation fee is NT$ 26,000 for undergraduate students every year. 6. If discrepancies exist between the Chinese statement and the English statement, the Chinese statement applies.