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Providence University Regulations Governing Scholarships for International Degree Seeking Students

Chapter 3 Overseas Chinese Students and International Degree Seeking Students
Article 12   All overseas Chinese students that are placed with the University through the University Entrance Committee for Overseas Chinese Student are to receive a scholarship equal in value to the tuition fees for each semester in the first year; all students that enroll in the University through the International Degree Seeking Student Admissions process is to receive a scholarship equal in value to the tuition & other fees for each semester in the first year.

Overseas Chinese students in the second year of their MA and Ph.D. programs may continue to be awarded the scholarship if their overall average in the previous semester was 80 or above, and they maintained a spotless disciplinary record.

Overseas Chinese students in the second to fourth year of their undergraduate programs may continue to be awarded the scholarship if their overall average in the previous semester was 75 or above, and they maintained a spotless disciplinary record.

Article 13   If an overseas compatriot student engaged in any activity not consistent with their student status during the award period, the University may arbitrarily revoke their eligibility.

Chapter 7 Appendix
Article 27   If an eligible student does not register, apply for deferral, suspends their studies or transfers out of the university, they are considered to have waived their claim to the award. Their place will not be replaced unless otherwise specified.
Article 28   Students may not receive more one of the awards covered by the Regulations at any time.
Article 29   Grant applications should be submitted to the Counselin Unit of the Office of Student Affairs. Overseas compatriot students and international students should submit their applications to the Office of International and Cross-Strait Affairs. Exceptional student athletes should apply to the Office of Physical Education. All applications should be submitted within the specified time and late applications will not be considered.
Article 30   The Regulations take effect after being passed by the Administrative Council and approved by the President. Revisions shall follow the same process.

 

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