College of Health Technology
Master Degree in Long Term Care (Chinese-medium Program)

Published March 31, 2021

Department Introduction

                         Department of Long Term Care

                         Master Degree in Long Term Care

Department Briefing

Department of Long-term Care (BS, MS)

Our goal is to train students to become practical long-term care personnel when they graduate, for example: be it practical care workers, management personnel, policy makers or executors, or academic professionals in related fields. Our objective is to provide our students with the following capabilities:

(I)     Provide professional services, research or education on long-term care.

(II)    Implement long-term care case and organizational management and inspection.

(III)   Planning and promoting long-term care related legislatures and systems.

Eligibility for Admission Applicants should be scheduled for graduation or have graduated from a nursing, social work, medical, therapy (e.g., physical, occupational, speech, or respiratory therapy), nutrition, pharmacy, psychology, health and care management, or healthy living care related department at a domestic or foreign university.
Required Application Documents

Please bind the following application documents in two sets in the following sequence. One set is for use in the qualification review, and the second set is for review by the department.
1. Two copies of the application form.
2. Two passport copies.

3. Two photocopies of the applicant’s highest academic diploma (students scheduled for graduation shall submit two copies of their registered student ID for the first semester of their senior year).
4. Transcripts of the applicants’ highest education level (students scheduled for graduation shall submit their transcripts up to the second-to-last year).

5. One to two recommendation letter(s).
6. Three copies of summary table of the applicant’s learning experiences.
7. Three copies of the graduate institute study plan or research plan.
8. Three copies of the applicant’s autobiography.
9. Other special long-term care related experiences, research, contribution or awards. Applicants with long-term care working experience, please attach three copies of working experience proof.( Three copies)

10. Relevant data, documents, or licenses to prove Chinese language proficiency.

11. Student’s Academic GPA and Ranking certificate (for new graduate)

Chinese Language Proficiency

TOCFL Level 2 or higher (including listening, reading, speaking test)

Degree Conferred Master of Science (MS)
Contact Information
Application deadline March 31, 2019