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You might feel nervous and uncertain before you start your application to the ICSI programs, that is why we are here to help you get organised


A POSTGRADUATE DEGREE in Taiwan takes two years in duration.  All ICSI postgraduate taught programs accept only full-time students, and the majority of courses are delivered at the Shan-hsia campus. 


You must meet the regulations regarding international students undertaking studies in Taiwan (For article content, see here ).  To be eligible, you need to:

  • Have / soon to have a bachelor’s degree
  • A minimum GPA of 3.0, preferably 3.3 or above
  • At times, the major or content of your undergraduate courses may be taken into consideration


Your application will NOT incur any fees. 


You need to complete and submit via our online application system to apply for an ICSI postgraduate master program.  The system is only OPEN during a set period, check When & Where for the starting and closing dates. 


A check list of the required documents is provided below.  Please do not email copies of your documents unless requested to do so by the admissions team dealing with your application. 


Application Documents

Requested Materials

MBA In Finance



Online Application Form

Declaration (With Signature Affixed)


Bachelor’s Degree Certificate

Academic (Interim) Transcript with A Cumulative GPA

Evidence of English Proficiency

(Less Than 2 Years from The Date of The Original Exam)

A Two-Page Study Plan *

Colour Photocopy of Your Passport Main Page

Financial statement or scholarship award document (e.g. MOFA award)

Two References


Two References

Financial Aid Application Form for Prospective Students


All applicants are automatically on the scholarship application list. Applicants are NOT required to submit any financial aid application form.

Optional Documents

GMAT or GRE Score

Reference letters

Professional Certificates


*A Two-page study plan which includes,

  • Your specific area of academic interest (i.e. a specific research topic you want to work on) and what you have known about this topic.
  • How your past education and other experiences have prepared you to be successful in the postgraduate program.
  • Your professional goals or career plan.