Admissions

Tuition

Living at NCCU

Scholarships

How to apply

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Admissions

Tuition

Living at NCCU

Scholarships

How to apply

Prospective Students

1. Admissions

Established in 2006, the International Master’s Program in International Communication Studies (IMICS) is one of the five international Master's programs offered in National Chengchi University. IMICS, currently the only English-taught Master's program in the field of Communications in Taiwan, focuses on cross-cultural communication studies with an additional emphasis on the Asia-Pacific area. The program aims at promoting both the quality and the content of current international communications research, and at cultivating future leaders and professionals in the field of international communications.


IMICS accepts 9 domestic students, 13 international students, and 3 overseas students (25 students in total) each year. Applications are accepted through different admission approaches. Students are encouraged to apply for the merit-based scholarships offered by the Taiwanese government, the university and the College of Communication. To attain the degree, students must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, including 2 required courses: Communication Theory and Research Methods, and a master's thesis within 2 years (6 years maximum). In addition to its emphasis on academic research, the program also encourages students to participate in internships, international conferences, grant programs, and other activities that integrate theory and practice.

Admission by Recommendation

& Screening

Admission by Recommendation

& Screening

Admission by Examination

Admission by Examination

International Admission

International Admission

Overseas

Admission

Overseas

Admission

Cross-strait

Admission

Cross-strait

Admission

Admission by Recommendation & Screening

一、本校碩士班甄試招生考試不發售紙本簡章,請自行網頁瀏覽或列印(點選下方連結)。

  碩博班甄試招生專區:https://www.nccu.edu.tw/p/403-1000-123.php?Lang=zh-tw

 

二、報名方式、時間

(一)網路報名及繳費:每年10月上旬。

(二)審查資料繳交截止日:每年10月中旬。依各系所簡章分則規定繳交報名所需相關表件。

(三)審查資料繳交方式:部分系所採網路上傳電子檔,部分系所仍以通訊寄件,詳細繳交方式依各系所規定辦理。

 

三、考試、放榜日期

(一)考試日期:每年11月中旬。

(二)放榜日期:每年12月上旬。

(三)採「網路報到」,錄取生須至本校招生專區網頁,點選「招生網路報到」辦理登記。

   未於期限內完成網路登錄者,視同放棄入學資格。

 

四、詳細辦理方式及時程依本校公告之招生簡章為準,報名前請務必詳閱簡章。

  若有疑問,請洽本校教務處綜合業務組(02)2938-7892、2938-7893。

2. Tuition

Established in 2006, the International Master’s Program in International Communication Studies (IMICS) is one of the five international Master's programs offered in National Chengchi University. IMICS, currently the only English-taught Master's program in the field of Communications in Taiwan, focuses on cross-cultural communication studies with an additional emphasis on the Asia-Pacific area. The program aims at promoting both the quality and the content of current international communications research, and at cultivating future leaders and professionals in the field of international communications.


IMICS accepts 9 domestic students, 13 international students, and 3 overseas students (25 students in total) each year. Applications are accepted through different admission approaches. Students are encouraged to apply for the merit-based scholarships offered by the Taiwanese government, the university and the College of Communication. To attain the degree, students must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, including 2 required courses: Communication Theory and Research Methods, and a master's thesis within 2 years (6 years maximum). In addition to its emphasis on academic research, the program also encourages students to participate in internships, international conferences, grant programs, and other activities that integrate theory and practice.

3. Living at NCCU

Established in 2006, the International Master’s Program in International Communication Studies (IMICS) is one of the five international Master's programs offered in National Chengchi University. IMICS, currently the only English-taught Master's program in the field of Communications in Taiwan, focuses on cross-cultural communication studies with an additional emphasis on the Asia-Pacific area. The program aims at promoting both the quality and the content of current international communications research, and at cultivating future leaders and professionals in the field of international communications.


IMICS accepts 9 domestic students, 13 international students, and 3 overseas students (25 students in total) each year. Applications are accepted through different admission approaches. Students are encouraged to apply for the merit-based scholarships offered by the Taiwanese government, the university and the College of Communication. To attain the degree, students must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, including 2 required courses: Communication Theory and Research Methods, and a master's thesis within 2 years (6 years maximum). In addition to its emphasis on academic research, the program also encourages students to participate in internships, international conferences, grant programs, and other activities that integrate theory and practice.

4. Scholarships

Established in 2006, the International Master’s Program in International Communication Studies (IMICS) is one of the five international Master's programs offered in National Chengchi University. IMICS, currently the only English-taught Master's program in the field of Communications in Taiwan, focuses on cross-cultural communication studies with an additional emphasis on the Asia-Pacific area. The program aims at promoting both the quality and the content of current international communications research, and at cultivating future leaders and professionals in the field of international communications.


IMICS accepts 9 domestic students, 13 international students, and 3 overseas students (25 students in total) each year. Applications are accepted through different admission approaches. Students are encouraged to apply for the merit-based scholarships offered by the Taiwanese government, the university and the College of Communication. To attain the degree, students must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, including 2 required courses: Communication Theory and Research Methods, and a master's thesis within 2 years (6 years maximum). In addition to its emphasis on academic research, the program also encourages students to participate in internships, international conferences, grant programs, and other activities that integrate theory and practice.

5. How to apply

Established in 2006, the International Master’s Program in International Communication Studies (IMICS) is one of the five international Master's programs offered in National Chengchi University. IMICS, currently the only English-taught Master's program in the field of Communications in Taiwan, focuses on cross-cultural communication studies with an additional emphasis on the Asia-Pacific area. The program aims at promoting both the quality and the content of current international communications research, and at cultivating future leaders and professionals in the field of international communications.


IMICS accepts 9 domestic students, 13 international students, and 3 overseas students (25 students in total) each year. Applications are accepted through different admission approaches. Students are encouraged to apply for the merit-based scholarships offered by the Taiwanese government, the university and the College of Communication. To attain the degree, students must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, including 2 required courses: Communication Theory and Research Methods, and a master's thesis within 2 years (6 years maximum). In addition to its emphasis on academic research, the program also encourages students to participate in internships, international conferences, grant programs, and other activities that integrate theory and practice.