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Employment Print

1.The Ministry of Labor has simplified the documents required for the point- and -quota-based scheme for overseas Chinese and foreign graduates to apply stay and work in Taiwan after graduation (2015.7.21)

 The Ministry of Labor issued an explanation on July 21, 2015, with respect for work permit applications through the point- and -quota-based scheme by foreign, overseas Chinese or ethnic Chinese graduates of universities of national or registered private university level or above, the “previous education stage graduation certificate” required for the evaluation items “other country language ability” and “other country growth experience” no longer needs verifying by an ROC overseas representative office.
For more details, please feel free to contact the Workforce Development Agency, Ministry of Labor TEL: 8995-6000


2. A new system for selecting and appraising overseas Chinese and foreign students to remain in Taiwan to work after graduation (2014.7.1)

 In support of the Action Program to Encourage Foreign Graduates and Overseas Chinese Graduates to Work in Taiwan promoted by the Executive Yuan, on July 1, 2015, the Ministry of Labor formally announced a new system for appraising and selecting overseas Chinese and foreign students to remain in Taiwan to work after graduation. The points- and quota-based system rates each applicant by awarding points in eight different categories, including education, work experience, salary, professional skills, Chinese and foreign language ability, overseas living experience, and degree of support for the government’s industrial development policies. The Ministry of Labor will issue work permits to applicants who accumulate more than 70 points across the categories. If the overseas Chinese or foreign graduate is offered employment with a monthly salary of NTD 47,971 or more, they may, as before, apply for a work permit based on their qualifications as a foreign professional. 
For more details, please feel free to contact the Workforce Development Agency, Ministry of Labor TEL: 8995-6000