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  1. Question:
    I plan to apply as an international student with scholarship. What else should I bring in terms of living, commodities, etc.?
    Please visit university website to learn more about it:
  2. Question:
    If I do not know Chinese, what English-taught programs are offered for international students?
    Up to 2019, we have total 9 English-taught degree programs: Department of Mechanical Engineering (M.S.), Department of Electrical Engineering (M.S. /Ph.D.), Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Science and Technology (Ph.D.), Ph.D. in Department of Electronics, Department of International Business (BBA); Global Master of Business Administration (GMBA), Business and Management (Ph.D.), Applied English Department (B.A.) and Visual Communication Design (M.Des.). For more information, please visit website link:
  3. Question:
    I am interested in applying Taiwan Scholarship. How do I apply?
    Government scholarship are available, please visit this website:
  4. Question:
    When will international student apply and what program will be opened?
    STUST operates on a “two-semester” system, with semesters called “Fall” and “Spring”. Fall Semester starts from Mid-September to Mid-January. Spring Semester starts from Mid-February to Mid-June. Application deadline: May 15 for the Fall Semester and Nov. 30th for the Spring Semester. For more detailed information, please download the Application and Transfer Guide:
  5. Question:
    Can I come to STUST to study Chinese?
    Yes, you can apply our Chinese study program at Chinese Language Center:
  6. Question:
    What are the facilities of the dorm?
    One bed, one study desk, wardrobe with restroom inside. You share room with other 3 roommates. Kitchenette is at the end of the hall for boys and girls dorm.  More information, please visit:
  7. Question:
    Are there any convenience stores or supermarkets near STUST? Is it hard to get the food near the school?
    Yes, of course. On campus, we have food court on second floor of Building W and one cafeteria at Dorm 6 which open from Monday to Friday. There are also 7-11 convenient stores and Starbucks Coffee. Off campus near STUST, there are lots of restaurants and food stalls. There are two Carrefours near STUST, you can go there by scooter or public transportation like taking a bus on campus. 
  8. Question:
    If I have any inquiries in the school, where I can go for help?
    If you have any problem with your dorm facility, you can go directly to the front desk of Dorm 6 to report and apply maintenance.
    If you have any problem with your study, try to ask the assistance from the department’s assistant.
    If you have any problem with administrative issues, please get help from Office of International Affairs (OIA) at W804.
  9. Question:
    If I am sick in Taiwan, what insurance can I get?
    6 months after you get Alien Residence Certificate (ARC), you are eligible to apply nationwide National Health Insurance (NHI) scheme. Every time you go to the hospital or clinic to visit the doctor, use NHI to get an insurance coverage. OIA will help you to apply NHI once you are eligible to apply. If you are still under 6 months and not eligible to apply NHI, then you have to get insurance for short-term which is required by Ministry of Education to provide the proof of insurance for at least 6 months.