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＊Mr. Taoyi Huang, the incumbent Chairman of the Board, and Mrs. Yuan Tsai Lee, founded Tajen Institute in 1966. The present President is Dr. Rhei-Long Chen. Tajen has seen itself grow and prosper during the last thirty-seven years.
College of Environmental and Health Sciences
College of Informatics and Management
College of Recreation and Leisure
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
To be eligible to enroll in an undergraduate program at Tajen University, a student must have a high school degree or a more advanced degree. Students who have not yet completed a high school degree may apply for the undergraduate program at Tajen University. However, if the high school transcript does not verify graduation, a final transcript must be sent following the high school graduation.
To be eligible to enroll in a graduate program at Tajen University, a student must have the equivalent of a 4-year bachelor's degree or a more advanced degree. Students who have not yet completed a bachelor's degree may apply if they will complete the bachelor's degree before enrolling at Tajen University.
Applicants must have passed all the courses in the schools previously attended. Undergraduate applicants must have earned a “C” average or a standing of 70% for required courses related to their majors; graduate applicants must have earned a “B” average or a standing of 75% for major courses.
Scholarships, teaching assistantships, and research assistantships are available. International students can also apply for the Taiwan Scholarship offered by the
government. Please refer to the website, http://my.nthu.edu.tw/~ocfso/foreign/ , and Tajen University International Student Scholarship Policies for scholarships information.
＊Cost of Study
Currently undergraduate students pay approximately NT$ 47,000 to NT$ 53,000 per semester for tuition and fees. For graduate students, tuition and fees are about NT$ 50,000 per semester. Books and supplies cost about NT$ 3,000 to NT$ 5,000 per semester.
Tajen is located in Pintung County, the most south part of Taiwan. It is only eight kilometers (5 miles) from the Pingtung Train Station and only takes 10 minutes from there to arrive at Tajen via the Bus and takes 20 minutes from the Juru exit on Highway 3 by driving. Tajen school buses are also available for commuting students that live in Pingtung, Kaohsiung and Tainan.
No. 20, Wei Xin Road, Xin Er Tsun, Yan Bu Village, Pingtung County