College of Health Technology
Master Degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology (Chinese-medium Program)

Published March 31, 2021

Department Introduction

                                Department of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology 

                               Master Degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology

Department Briefing

(Audiology Division)

The founding principles of our department are:

1.     Cultivate and train speech therapists and audiologists that are proficient in both research and clinical applications, provide therapeutic services to the speech and hearing impaired populations, and are able to conduct research work.

2.     Training of research professionals in the fields of speech and hearing related sciences.

Eligibility for Admission Any applicant who has graduated from vocational high school or high school, or conforms to a similar education level as recognized by the Ministry of Education.
Required Application Documents

1. Study plan (around 1200 words): including (1) Applicant’s autobiography; (2) reasons for applying Department of Nursing; (3) future goals.
2. Applicant’s vocational high school or high school documentation of activities participation: awards, competition achievements, leadership experiences, club performance, working experiences.
3. Applicant’s vocational high school or high school’s course transcript.

4. Two photocopies of the applicant’s vocational high school or high school diploma.

5. Two copies of passport.

6. Two copies of application form.

7. One recommendation letter.

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

9. Financial statement (scholarship recipients will be waived)

10.NTUNHS Medical Report

Chinese Language Proficiency

Audiology: TOCFL Level 3 or higher (including listening, reading, speaking test)

Degree Conferred Matser of Science (MS)
Contact Information ntunhs.admission@gmail.com
Application deadline March 31