National Changhua University of Education
Taiwan, Republic of China
This institutional profile has been created for use by University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate programs.
Other names: National Taiwan College of Education.
First degree/qualification: Bachelor's degree (4 years) (see description).
Minimum quality for UW-Madison Graduate School admission: Cumulative average of 75%, 3.2/4.0, or a rank in the upper third of the class.
Minimum level for UW-Madison Graduate School admission: 4 year bachelor's degree.
Documents required: Official transcript; official certification of degree and date awarded; must have stamp/seal of school and signature of an authorized school official.
Description: Instituted in 1971; acquired national status in 1980; reached university level and present name 1989. Usual admission requirements are graduation from senior high school (grade 12) and an entrance examination. Most bachelor's degrees are 4 years in duration; however, secondary education majors supported by the government are required to do one additional year of practice teaching before degrees are granted.
60% is minimum passing grade; grades reported by years/semesters.
Language of instruction: Chinese.
Master's: 2-4 years after bachelor's degree and entrance examination; usually by coursework, thesis and examinations.
Doctorate: 4-6 years after entrance examination; usually by coursework, thesis and examinations.