The Undergraduate Program enrolls 50 senior high school graduates. In principle, this program enrolls 10 students via Star Plan, 22 students via admission by recommendation and screening, and 18 students via Advanced Subjects Test. If the Star Plan and admission by recommendation and screening fail to enroll the target number of students, the remaining quota will be allocated to the Advanced Subjects Test.
For students applying for admission via Star Plan and admission by recommendation and screening, the admission is determined by the scores of Chinese, English, and social science in the General Scholastic Ability Test. For students applying for admission via the Advanced Subjects Test, the admission is determined by the scores of Chinese, English, history, civic science, and social science.
This program also enrolls foreign students and overseas Chinese students from Hong Kong and Macao. Those who apply for this admission to this program must have a good level of Chinese reading and speaking skills in order to understand the teaching content of the law courses.
In-service Bachelor Program
This program enrolls 20 in-service personnel who graduated from colleges and universities in Taiwan and abroad and have had more than one year of work experience, and the admission is determined by the review of application documents. The applicants need to submit the certificate of academic qualifications, certificate of service years, certificate of work experience, autobiography or expertise reports, study plan or other materials that are sufficient to prove the effectiveness of this study.
This program does not enroll foreign students and overseas Chinese students from Hong Kong and Macao.
The courses of this program are scheduled from Monday to Friday from 18:20 to 21:55. Under certain conditions, students can take the Undergraduate Program courses.
This program is divided into Group Politics and Group Public Law for separate enrollment. Each group enrolls 5 graduates majoring in politics, law or public administration related disciplines from university or higher. Graduates from non-related majors, Group Politics applicants must take national studies or political science, and compare government credits after admission, and Group Public Law applicants must take constitutional and administrative law credits after admission.
The admission of Group Politics is determined by the review of documents. Applicants need to submit university transcripts, two letters of recommendation, resume, autobiography, research plan and other materials. The university academic performance must be top 60% in the class or with a grade of more than 70 points in the political science field.
The admission of Group Public Law is determined by the written examination. Subjects of written examination: administrative law; the admission is determined based on the score of examination.
In-service Master Program
This program enrolls 15 in-service personnel who graduated from university in Taiwan or abroad and had have 1 year of work experience. The admission is determined by the review of documents. The applicants need to submit a university transcript, certificate of service years, resume, autobiography, research plan and other materials.
The courses of this program are scheduled from Monday to Friday from 18:20 to 21:55. Under certain conditions, students can take the Master Program courses.