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International students who want to study at Providence University should complete these two steps:

1. Apply Online

2. Download IDSS application package from

Please submit application form along with the following materials directly to the Office of International and Cross-Strait Affairs by April 30 each year.

Students who apply to GIP-MBA or MS are welcome to apply to either Fall or Spring semester.

  • Application deadline
    Spring semester: ..….October 30th
  • Admission Announcement
    Spring Semester …….December 9th

Please noted, your diploma and transcript from previous degree must be notarized by Taipei economic and cultural office in your area.



  • Application Deadline
    Fall Semester ….Feb 1st-April 30th
  • Admission Announcement
    Fall Semesterr …….June 9th

Application Materials

1.Two copies of the application form
PDFFileIIDSS Application package)

2.A notarized photocopy of a high school diploma from an applicant seeking admission as an undergraduate student or a notarized copy of a college diploma for anyone seeking admission as a graduate student. (An official document, on school stationary, attesting to the applicant’s forthcoming graduation will be accepted if the applicant has not yet graduated.)

3.All applicants must submit two official transcripts, either in English or Chinese. Please note: the documents mentioned above in 2 and 3 must be notarized by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office or an embassy of the representative of the Republic of China, Taiwan, in your area.

3.Two letters of recommendation which address the applicant’s academic potential, participation in extracurricular activities, personal character, level of English and Chinese proficiencies and a comment regarding whether or not the applicant is mature enough to study abroad.

4.Study Plan: (The study plan should be written in Chinese. For students applying to the programs at Department of English Language, Literature and Linguistics and Graduate International Programs (MBA and MS), the study plan should be written in English.)

5.Financial statement within 3 months to prove students can support his/her living expenses, insurance fee, books and other university related fees. The minimum is USD 2000.

6.An International Student Scholarship Application Form (in the application package)

7.A photocopy of the applicant’s passport or other equivalent supporting documents.

8.Three passport-sized photographs.

9.A foreign national citizen who was formerly a citizen of the Republic of China must attach a certificate indicating that he/she is no longer a legal citizen of the Republic of China, and has already given up the Taiwan’s citizenship for 8 years or above.

10.A proof of health insurance which covers your first six months' stay in Taiwan before you are eligible to apply for National Health Insurance.(If you need to apply general health insurance at Taiwan, please contact OIA)

11.Those who wish to pursue doctoral degrees must submit your research plan and a photocopy of the equivalent thesis including a Chinese or English abstract.

Other documents may be required by certain departments or graduate institutes; in this case, the applicant will be informed.