法規名稱(Title) Articles Regarding Screening and Review and Recommendation Admission Regulations for Technically and Artistically Talented Students At Secondary Schools and Above
公發布日(Date) 2013.08.20
法規沿革:(Legislative) Promulgated on September 1st, 2013.
法規內文(Content)

Article 1 This set of regulations is stipulated based on Paragraph 3 of Article 25 in the University Act, Paragraph 4 of Article 26 in the Junior College Act, and Paragraph 1 of Article 41 in the Senior High School Education Act.


Article 2 A student who holds a junior high school certificate of graduation (or completion) or an equivalent educational level may apply for screening and review admission to the first year of professional study areas or departments at senior high schools, or relevant departments at five-year junior colleges if he or she has met any of the following:
1. Having presented outstanding performance in an international vocational skill contest or in an international science & technology fair and has been respectively recommended by the Council of Labor Affairs or National Taiwan Science Education Center with a document of proof;
2. Having won the excellence award, an honorable mention or other greater prizes in a national skill contest that is hosted or co-hosted by the Department of Education, Department of Labor Affairs or any higher authority under the central government or a special municipality government;
3. Having presented outstanding performance in the National Primary and High School Science Fair or Taiwan International Science Fair and has been recommended by the National Taiwan Science Education Center;
4.  Having won the excellence award in a skill contest or a science fair that is hosted by a county (city) government and reported to the Ministry of Education for reference;
5. Having possessed a Class C or above technician certificate, or a Single Class technician certificate equivalent to Class C or above;
6. Junior high graduates of the current year or students who have completed the skill education program with an excellent academic record; or
7. Having won the excellence award in a relevant international specialized skill contest.


Article 3 A student who holds a senior high school certificate of graduation (or completion) or an equivalent educational level may apply for screening and review admission to the first year of two-year junior colleges, institutes of technology and four-year universities of science & technology, or relevant departments at universities if he or she has met any of the following:
1. Having presented outstanding performance in an international vocational skill contest or in an international science & technology fair and has been respectively recommended by the Council of Labor Affairs or National Taiwan Science Education Center with a document of proof;
2. Having been selected as a national representative for international skill contests with a document of proof;
3. Having won the excellence award in a national vocational skill contest;
4. Having won the excellence award in an individual contest of a national senior high school vocational skill contest;
5. Having presented outstanding performance in the National Primary and High School Science Fair or Taiwan International Science Fair and has been recommended by the National Taiwan Science Education Center;
6. Having won the excellence award in a national vocational skill contest that is hosted by an authority under the central government or by a special municipality government;
7. Having possessed a Class B or above technician certificate, or a Single Class technician certificate equivalent to Class B or above;
8. Having won the excellence award in a relevant international specialized skill contest.
A student who meets the requirements stipulated in Subparagraph 1, Subparagraph 2, or has won a top three place in a contest stated in Subparagraph 3 or Subparagraph 4 in the previous Paragraph may be admitted via recommendation.

Article 4 A student who holds a junior college certificate of graduation (or completion) or an equivalent educational level may apply for screening and review admission to the first year of universities of science & technology or two-year institutes of technology, or to the equivalent year of relevant departments at universities if he or she has met any of the following:
1. Having presented outstanding performance in an international vocational skill contest or in an international science & technology fair and has been respectively recommended by the Council of Labor Affairs or National Taiwan Science Education Center with a document of proof;
2. Having been selected as a national representative for international skill contests with a document of proof;
3. Having won the excellence award in a national vocational skill contest;
4. Having presented outstanding performance in the National Primary and High School Science fair or Taiwan International Science Fair and has been recommended by the National Taiwan Science Education Center;
5. Having won the excellence award in a national vocational skill contest that is hosted by an authority under the central government or by a special municipality government;
6. Having possessed a Class B or above technician certificate, or a Single Class technician certificate equivalent to Class B or above;
7. Having won the excellence award in a relevant international specialized skill contest.
A student who meets the requirements stipulated in Subparagraph 1, Subparagraph 2, or has won a top three place in a contest stated in Subparagraph 3 in the previous Paragraph may be admitted via recommendation.


Article 5 A student may apply for screening and review admission if he or she has met the requirements in the aforementioned three Articles, has presented outstanding performance as an individual participant in a contest or exhibition that is required by the host organization to present in groups, and has been recommended by the host’s referee committee with a document of proof.


Article 6 Regarding screening and review admission for junior high school students, they shall be admitted to professional study areas or departments at senior high schools via distribution based on their calculated grades and order of school preference.
Regarding screening and review admission for senior high school and junior college students, they shall be admitted via distribution based on their screening and review grades and order of school preference; recommendation admission via distribution is based on students’ order of school preference, and types and places of awards received.


Article 7 A school shall organize a Recruitment Committee to process matters regarding screening and review and recommendation admission for technically and artistically talented students (herein referred to as admission for technically and artistically talented students). A joint Recruitment Committee may be set up by more than two schools to process matters regarding admission for technically and artistically talented students; the host school shall be assigned by the competent authority.
The recognition of contests and exhibitions listed in Article 2 to Article 4 shall be granted by the Recruitment Committee of the current school year.


Article 8 To apply for admission for technically and artistically talented students, the application time and methods, quota of recruitment, the assigning of students to the corresponding departments or programs, places in contests, privileged points, and the standard of academic performance at school shall all comply with regulations stipulated by the corresponding competent authority.
A Recruitment Committee shall set recruitment stipulations based on this set of regulations and the previous Paragraph and report to the corresponding competent authority for approval.


Article 9 A student who aims to apply for admission based on this set of regulations may apply for screening and review and recommendation admission from the day he or she obtains qualification certificates. However, a student who has applied for screening and review and recommendation admission prior to the current school year and has been granted with an offer via distribution may not apply for the same admission in the current school year with the same credentials or contest/ exhibition awards; those who violate this regulation will lose the application and enrollment qualifications of the current school year.


Article 10 Senior high school or junior college students may apply for screening and review and recommendation admission at the same time.  A candidate can accept only one offer of admission; once one enrolls in a school, he or she shall not apply for admission to any other school in the same school year. If the candidate is found to have enrolled in more than one school or program, or applied for admission to any other school, the offer via screening and review or recommendation admission shall be canceled.

Article 11 A school shall guide their technically and artistically talented students’ and enhance their ability in basic subjects.


Article 12 Stipulations in Article 2 and Article 6 are applicable to students enrolled later than school year 103.

Article 13 This set of regulations shall be enacted on September 1st, 2013.