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学杂费

佛光大学佛教学院102学年度学期学杂费收费标准
College of Buddhist Studies
Tuition, Fees, and Expenses for 2013-2014 Academic Year*
 
单位:新台币元 Unit: New Taiwan Dollar
学士班  Undergraduate Program
学费
Tuition
35,700
杂费
Miscellaneous Fees
7,000
电脑实习费
Computer Facilities
1,000
平安保险费
Safety Insurance
399
合计
Total
44,099
 
 
 
硕士班 Master's Program
学费
Tuition
35,700
杂费
Miscellaneous Fees
7,000
电脑实习费
Computer Facilities
1,000
平安保险费
Safety Insurance
399
合计
Total
44,099
 
 
 
博士班  Doctoral Program
学费
Tuition
35,700
杂费
Miscellaneous Fees
7,000
电脑实习费
Computer Facilities
1,000
平安保险费
Safety Insurance
399
合计
Total
44,099
 
 
 
住宿费收费退费标准
(一)二人房每位每学期7600元,三人房及四人房每学期每位6500元。
(二)每学年住宿保证金每位2000元。
(三)住宿费及住宿保证金之退费,依学生宿舍管理办法第二十三条、第二十四条规定办理。
Dormitory Fees
Double (Graduate Students): 7600 NTD/Semester 
Triple/Quad (Undergraduate Students: 6500 NTD/Semester
Dormitory Deposit: 2000 NTD per academic year.
Please refer to the University’s Student Dormitory Regulations for information regarding refund of dormitory fees and deposits.
 
 
学生保险费
(一)具正式学籍学生(含延修生及休学生)均得参加学生团体平安保险。如选择不参加本保险者,需由本人(未满二十岁者需由家长或监护人)签署拒保切结书。
(二)休学者,不退还学生平安保险费,欲退还须签拒保切结书。退学者,学生平安保险费全额退之。
(三)侨生(含港澳生)及外籍生须缴交全民健康保险费。
 
Student Insurance
All officially enrolled students (including extended study and leave of absence) are required to participate in the University’s safety insurance plan. Those who choose to opt out of the plan must personally (parent or legal guardian if under 20) complete and sign Refusal of Insurance Agreement Form.
Students on leave of absence will not be refunded Safety Insurance amount unless they complete and sign Refusal of Insurance Agreement Form. Students who withdraw from the University will be refunded Safety Insurance amount in full.
Overseas Chinese Students (including those from Hong Kong and Macau) and Foreign Students are required to enroll in Taiwan’s National Health Insurance and pay stipulated fee. 
 
*Notes:
1.  Transportation, Books & Supplies, and Personal Expenses vary depending on needs of individual students. Food costs are not calculated/provided because all students enrolled in the College of Buddhist Studies are required to live on-campus in provided dormitory and meals are included as part of the program; students only have to pay for meals if they choose to eat outside of the College or off-campus.
 
2.  The above information on tuition, fees, and expenses were taken from the University’s Tuition & Fees Policy, and are subject to change according to changes made by the University. The full policy (in Chinese) can be downloaded at: http://account.fgu.edu.tw/page4/archive.php?class=208