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NCCU Registration Notice: Academic Year 103 Semester 2
1) Registration
Please pay tuition fees or apply for student loans before Monday March 2, 2015.
2) Course Selection
* Select courses for the 2015 spring semester via the online course selection system.
* Starting on Dec. 18, 2014, students may go to the webpage to look up available courses and other related information.
* First initial course selection for spring 2015 is from Jan. 19, 2015 to Jan. 21, 2015. Second initial course selection for spring 2015 is from Jan. 26, 2015 to Jan. 28, 2015.
* Classes begin on Feb 24, 2015 (Tuesday).
3) Payment
Stage One, Tuition payment, before March 2, 2015
* Starting on January 26, 2015, tuition statement can be downloaded from the following webpage:
* Payment can be made at any branch of First Commercial Bank in Taiwan with the tuition statement. For detailed information please refer to tuition statement.
* The deadline for tuition payment of spring term semester 2015 is March 3, 2015 (Monday).
Stage Two, Credit fee payment, before April 10, 2015
* Students should pay additional fees per credit hour after the add-drop period according to school policy.
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Liang, Yuan-ling (Annie)

To learn the essence of journalism as well as understand how international relationship works in the field of communication.
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