This page is a catch-all place for the relevant procedures of currently enrolled students. If after reading these procedures you still have any questions about the program, please send us a message or come visit us at the NCCUC’s Office of Doctoral Programs, our staff will be happy to assist you.

Research Ethics Course Guide

As a student of the NCCUC’s doctoral programs you will be held to research ethics standards when writing your thesis or dissertation and when conducting other research.

In order to ensure all graduate students to abide by a high standard of research ethics, starting from Academic Year 2016-2017, newly enrolled students (including those who have early enrollment before Fall 2016), must complete the research ethics coursework before the end of their first school year. A student is required to pass the research ethics course, or receive explicit authorization for an exemption from the research ethics course before his/her application for taking final graduate degree examination.

To know further of how to attend on-line courses and means to get your certificate, please refer to the following guidance. NCCUC’s research ethics course integrate on-line & off-line tutorial that are required for students to attend. For further details, please refer to what provided below:

To comply with the Research Ethics Course requirement, please follow the following guide: Research Ethics Course Brochure

Department Regulations

As graduation requirements vary among departments, department regulation handbook is a very important resource for you and provides an outlook of the graduation requirements and the Student Code of Conduct. Please download your department’s regulations from linkage provided below. It may be difficult at the first time to learn the ropes thoroughly. You may go to department office directly to clarify doubts; our staffs will be happy to help.

Program Handbook


Please pay tuition before the deadline as stipulated in the “Regulations for Paying Tuition.” Your full tuition statement can be downloaded from the following webpage:

Tuition Statement

(Registration Section: Tel. 02-29393091 ex:63279)

Payment for Tuition

Starting on August 7, 2018, 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. Students can also choose to pay in convenience stores, post offices, or at university cashier’s counter. For detailed information please refer to tuition statement. Please keep the receipt so that students can procure it upon request (students that want a refund should pay tuition at the First Commercial Bank counter).

After the final deadline for the tuition payment suggested on school calendar (download from here). The bank may no longer process the payment after the above-mentioned date, and late payment two weeks after the deadline will either be put on suspension when students have not reached their maximum suspension periods, or their student status will be withdrawn permanently according to university policy.

Payment for Credit Fees

Students below should pay additional fees per credit hour after the add-drop period according to school policy. If the credit fees are not paid on time, you will receive a grade of zero in these courses.

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