Given the ongoing pandemic in other countries, non-essential travel abroad should be avoided at present. Furthermore, the self-quarantine measures for people entering Taiwan remain in place, and overseas students entering or exiting the country should pay attention to the rules and risks provided herein.
I. Exit declaration:
All overseas students will be required to complete an exit declaration form when they leave the country. Overseas students should have the form signed and sealed by an advisor or advising professor and the department head before submitting it to the department and the overseas student counseling services to be filed.
Overseas students entering the country have to make their own arrangements for transport and find and check into a quarantine hotel. (The student dormitories at the university will not be available for self-quarantine during the winter vacation.)
III. Overseas students should evaluate carefully the risks or related restrictions of re-entering the country. Those who leave the country should be responsible for the risk of becoming unable to re-enter according to the latest announcements by the Central Epidemic Command Center.
(I) Overseas students who have applied for student housing will still be responsible for paying the fee.
(II) Overseas students should, before leaving the country, assess their own circumstances to see if their may be eligible for the "COVID-19 Flexible Learning Program" for the second semester of 2020.
IV. Overseas students who leave the country without filing an exit declaration form or fail to report a change of flight or entry date after an application is approved and consequently cause harm to safety on campus will face disciplinary action under the university regulations (according to payment provisions under Articles 7 and 8 of the NTHU Student Reward and Punishment Measures).
V. According to the rules of the Ministry of Health and Welfare:
(I) Starting on December 1, 2020 (and ending on February 28, 2021), all people entering the Republic of China or boarding a connecting flight in the Republic of China are required to provide a certificate of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued no more than 3 days prior to boarding.
(II) For overseas residents who are eligible for disease prevention compensation and have collected payments before, starting on March 17, 2020, disease prevention compensation will be canceled for those who go to Level 3 countries or regions on non-essential travel and then enter Taiwan.