Undergraduate students are only admitted at the beginning all semester. There is no Spring admission. The undergraduate program currently admits students by the following procedures. Students can: 1. Take the annual university entrance exam in July. This is the way that the majority of our students enter the program. The EE department of Chang-Gung University has been one of the first choices for students from the science and engineering track in Taiwan since 1993. 2. Take the annual academic ability test in February and apply to the department: About 15-20% of the freshmen enter the program via the second route. In addition to the scores which they obtained from the academic ability test, students who make applications are invited to take the 2nd round exams in mathematics and physics held by the department. The final decision will be based on the academic ability test score, the 2nd round exam score, and the student profile submitted for assessment at the time of application. 3. Transfer from the other departments of Chang-Gung University : Students may also enter the department by taking the transfer exam at the end of every July, so are the students who wish to double-major or minor in EE. Master’s Program Admission Domestic applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a local university or foreign institute acknowledged by the Ministry of Education. The undergraduate program currently admits students by two procedure: (1) Prospective students can take the annual university entrance exam in late April hold every year, and (2) Prospective students can make an application every January- February by sending their applications to our department for assessment. The majority of the prospective students enter the master’s program by taking the annual university entrance exam in late April every year. Students enrolled in the master’s program must fulfill certain criteria before the Master of Science degree is conferred. These criteria include writing up a thesis, meeting the minimal requirement of English proficiency test and participating in seminars every semester. Doctoral Program Admission Domestic applicants must hold a master’s degree or equivalent from a local university or a foreign institute recognized by the Ministry of Education. Alternatively, the applicants must hold a bachelors degree in medicine with a minimum of 2 years’ residence practice at teaching hospitals recognized by the department. If either the above criteria is fulfilled, the applicants can then sit the doctoral program written exam in late May and then the oral exam in mid June. The decision is then based upon the written exam grade, the oral exam grade, and the applicant's work experience. For more information, please refer to the application and admission brochure, which is usually available from early May. Besides, existing master students who have completed one year of the master’s program can apply for the admission into the doctoral program, providing that. Their grades fall within the top one-third of their class during the entire year, as well as their chosen group, or the grades within the top half of their class during the year with supporting documents to demonstrate their potentials.