Undergraduate – Regulations

「英文聽讀綜合訓練」修習規定暨免修標準

本系自105學年度起新增大四必修課程「英文聽讀綜合訓練」,零學分,預計於108學年度開課。
惟學生畢業前符合下列條件之一者,得申請免修本課程:

  • 國際英語測試(IELTS) 7.0級(含)以上
  • 電腦托福(iBT) 95分(含)以上
  • 通過全民英語能力分級檢定高級初試
  • FLPT筆試總分240分(含)以上
  • FCE或 FCE for Schools Grade A(含)以上(達CEFR Level C1);或Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Grade C(含)以上(達CEFR Level C1)
  • TOEIC聽讀總分945分(含)以上

 

 

國立臺灣大學外國語文學系英文聽讀綜合訓練免修施行要點

104年10月7日外文系104學年第1學期第1次系務會議通過

105年1月6日文學院104學年第1學期第2次院務會議通過

107年9月12日外文系107學年度第1學期第1次系務會議通過

108年3月20日文學院107學年第2學期第1次院務會議通過

 

  • 國立臺灣大學外國語文學系(以下簡稱本系)為提升本系學生之英語文能力,並鼓勵本系學生取得相關檢定證明,以免修「英文聽讀綜合訓練」課程,特訂定本施行要點,適用於一○五學年度起入學新生。

 

「英文聽讀綜合訓練」為必修,零學分,其成績以 C-(或百分制60分)為及格。未通過者,必須重修。通過者,始得畢業。

 

  • 本系學生畢業前符合下列條件之一者,得申請免修「英文聽讀綜合訓練」:
  • 國際英語測試(IELTS) 7.0級(含)以上
  • 電腦托福(iBT) 95分(含)以上
  • 通過全民英語能力分級檢定高級初試
  • FLPT筆試總分240分(含)以上
  • FCE或 FCE for Schools Grade A(含)以上(達CEFR Level C1);或Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Grade C(含)以上(達CEFR Level C1)
  • TOEIC聽讀總分945分(含)以上

 

  • 本系學生如符合上述免修之要件,應依本系系網頁公告之免修申請相關規定,於期限內檢具相關證明文件,提出免修之申請,逾期不予受理。
  • 「英文聽讀綜合訓練」免修申請每學期舉辦一次。核准免修「英文聽讀綜合訓練」者,給予學分並計入畢業學分數內。尚未通過第三點之免修要件者,應於大四時修習「英文聽讀綜合訓練」以完成畢業學分。
  • 免修申請之結果於該學年第一學期第二階段初選前公告。
  • 本施行要點經外文系系務會議及院務會議通過後發布實施。

Regulations on Leaves, Absenteeism, and Grade Deduction

  1. There are four kinds of authorized leaves: sick leaves, personal leaves, official leaves, and maternity leaves.
  2. If a student has to take a sick leave, he/she must inform the instructor the exact day of absence, and fill in the leave form within three days. For those who require a leave more than 3 days, please turn in a diagnosis certified by a hospital or practice contracted with the National Health Insurance Bureau, signed by the instructor and approved by the department chair. As for those who require a leave more than 15 days, the leave must be approved by the Dean of Students Affairs.
    P.S. To request for an approved leave, please follow our official online application process by entering the application page through the homepage of National Taiwan University or myNTU website. For students, please click into “students” section to get access to the application page. As for teachers, please click into the section of “students affairs” to get all required information.). If there are any special conditions, the student is allowed to seek approval for the leave through paperwork. Also, please note that only paperwork is allowed for any cases of a leave application on final exams.
  3. If a student has to take a personal leave due to major personal affairs, he/she must fill in the leave form and inform the instructor in advance, and turn in the form to Students Assistance Division for approval. For those who require a leave over 3 days, please prepare a copy of the parent(s)’s approval or any other related documents, with the instructor’s signature and the department chair’s approval. As for those who require a leave over 15 days, the leave must be approved by the Dean of Students Affairs.
  4. If a student has to take a maternity leave, she must turn in a certified document issued by a hospital or practice contracted with the National Health Insurance Bureau for the department chair’s approval and a filled leave form for Students Assistance Division’s examination. For those who require a leave that lasts over 15 days, the leave must be approved by the Dean of Students Affairs.
  5. Students who meet any of the following conditions are allowed to apply for an official leave by filling in the leave form, and are required to inform the instructor(s) and have the form examined by Students Assistance Division in advance. For those who require a leave over 3 days, the leave must be approved by the department chair. As for those who require a leave over 15 days, it must be approved by the Dean of Students Affairs: A official leave is applicable for:
    • Those who are chosen as representatives for international activities and affairs, and have provided certified documents issued by government agencies or relevant groups/organizations.
    • Those who are chosen as representatives for extracurricular activities and have provided certified documents issued by relevant groups/organizations.
    • Those who are chosen by the school to serve in official duties and have provided certified documents issued by the directors of the units or their superiors.
  6. If the student is unable to have his/her leave request approved in advance, he/she must first inform the department office and make up the application within two weeks.
  7. Students who cannot come to class due to emergencies must follow the Students Assistance Division’s regulations for leave requests.
  8. Students absent from class without an approved leave request or after the requested dates will be considered cases of absenteeism. Under such circumstances, an hour of unapproved absence will be regarded as the same as five hours of personal leave.
  9. Students who take leaves of up to one-fifth of the semester’s teaching hours will have 1 letter grade deduced from his/her semester grade of the course. For those absent for one-fourth of the teaching hours, the registered semester grade will be 2 letter grades lower than given. As for students who take leaves of over one-third of the teaching hours will have their semester grade registered as X, indicating that the course requirements are not met during the semester.
  10. The above item is not applicable to those who have had their official leave or maternity leave requests approved.

/Download Links for Leave Forms/

Leave Form for Students(download)
Certificate for Students’ Official Leave Approval(download)
Leave Form for Final Exams(download)

★The above is a summary of the regulations of the Office of Academic Affairs. If the course instructor has any specific requirements in regards to class attendance, please refer to the instructor’s regulations besides the university’s regulations.

本系必修課程不接受外系生加選

  1. 本系語言學概論以及語言訓練課程(作文一、作文二、口訓一、口訓二、英聽)僅接受本系、雙主修和輔系語言組學生修習。語言訓練課程為小班制,不開放旁聽。
  2. 文學課程如文讀、西概、歐洲文學、英國文學、美國文學等僅接受本系、雙主修及輔系文學組學生修習。以上課程能否旁聽,請於課堂上詢問授課教師。
  3. 翻譯及習作僅供本系、雙主修及翻譯學程學生修習,不開放旁聽。
  4. 英文作文三僅供本系與雙主修學生修習,不開放旁聽。

Which year's course requirements should transfer students refer to?

For students who are transferring from other departments and schools, please note that if you want to know which year’s course requirements you should follow and the minimum credits for graduation after transferring to the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, you may read the following information.

[ Transferring from other departments ]

Generally speaking, after transferring to the DFLL, students should follow the same course requirements as those of the other DFLL students of the same grade in that year.

(The easiest way is to look at their student number. The first two numbers at the beginning signify the year they should refer to.)

For students who indicated in the application system that they wish to be transferred to a grade lower than their original grade, they should follow the same course requirements as the grade they were transferred to. The following are various situations and examples:

For sophomores who filed successful transfer applications, they can only be transferred to the second year of the DFLL. Therefore, the course requirements they need to follow are the same as the DFLL sophomores of that year.

For juniors who filed successful transfer applications, they face either one of the following two situations:

(1) Transfer to the third year of DFLL, and follow the same course requirements as the DFLL juniors of that year.

(2) If the applicant student indicated a request to be transferred to the second year of the DFLL, the student should follow the same course requirements as the DFLL sophomores of that year.

For seniors who filed successful transfer applications, they face either one of the following two situations:

(1) Transfer to the fourth year of DFLL, and follow the same course requirements as the DFLL seniors of that year.

(2) Only those who minored in Foreign Languages and Literatures before the transfer can be transferred to the third year of the DFLL. And they should follow the same course requirements as the DFLL juniors that year.

Example (1): Student W (sophomore, student number b06100000) filed a successful transfer to the DFLL in academic year 107. W should then follow the same course requirements as the DFLL sophomores in that year, meaning the requirements announced in academic year 106.

Example (2): Student L (junior, student number b05100000) filed a successful transfer to the DFLL in academic year 107. L should then follow the same course requirements as the DFLL juniors in that year, meaning the requirements announced in academic year 105. (Please note: if the applicant student indicated the wish to be transferred to a lower grade in the application, the student should then refer to the requirements of academic year 106.)

[ Transferring from other schools ]

In general, all transfer students from other schools will begin as sophomores, and their student numbers will be the same as the sophomores of the current year. They should also follow the same course requirements and minimum graduation credits as the DFLL sophomores. (However, if the transferring student was already a student at the National Taiwan University, and he/she has accumulated over 50 transferrable credits, the student may apply to be transferred to a higher grade. In this case, it depends on which grade the student was transferred to, and he/she should follow the course requirements of that year.)

(The easiest way is to look at your student number. The first two numbers at the beginning signify the year you should refer to.)

Example (1): Student C, a sophomore at Goodness University, was admitted to the second year of the DFLL at National Taiwan University in academic year 107, and her student number was b06102000. In this case, she should follow the course requirements that were based on the regulations of academic year 106.

Example (2): Student L, a junior in the @@ Department of National Taiwan University, was admitted to the second year of the DFLL at National Taiwan University in academic year 107. Since he had a total of over 50 transferrable credits, he was transferred to the third year of the DFLL, meaning that his student number was b05102000. In this case, he should follow the course requirements that were based on the regulations of academic year 105.

For further enquiries, please contact Ms. Han at the Enrollment Office at <hanmin@ntu.edu.tw>.

Notes on Credit Transfer for Exchange Students

Since questions about credit transfer for exchange students are frequently asked, students are suggested to take a look at this announcement regarding some of their potential questions. If you have any doubts after reading this, please contact a TA.

 

辦理備註:
1: 有關成績單
(1)    成績單若非正本,請國際處蓋章證明成績單為正本
(2)    成績單若非英文版,請原校提供英文成績單或自行找翻譯社提供英譯課名
2: 有關學分採計方式
(1)    本校教務處交換學分計算方式為:上課18小時換成台大1學分,學分不足者不予採計。
(2)    必修課程(含文學與文化專題)課程需先請本校授課教師審核課程大綱,如內容符合方可採計。請教師於「交換生必修課程審核表」上簽名,以示審核同意。
(3)    課程大綱若未標註「每週上課時數」與「學期週數」,請自行國外校官網列印相關佐證資料,如課程上課時間表、日課表以及行事曆,以便系辦進行學分對換。
(4)    如欲抵免本系「文學與文化專題」課程,線上登錄資料時請將抵免課程類別設成「系選」,不要設成選修或是必修。
3: 有關登錄採計作業
(1)   網路登錄資料時請按英文成績單上的課名如實填寫,並注意英文字母大小寫是否正確。
(2)   本系沒有預審制度,故請應屆畢業同學要注意自己的學分數是否足夠,以免返國後發生抵免學分不足無法畢業之情事。歸國後盡快辦理成績登錄與採計,以免影響畢業證書核發時間。
(3)   本流程和注意事項為簡化後的資料,以方便學生理解和閱讀,故如與教務處規定有出入時,將以教務處規定為準。

Extra foreign language courses can be counted as general elective course credits

Since there are a lot of students asking whether the extra foreign language courses that they have taken can be counted as general elective course credits, the teaching assistants would like to hereby answer all the relevant enquiries.

Answer: Yes, extra foreign language courses can be counted as general elective course credits!

DFLL has different course requirements from other departments. Credits gained in the first year of taking foreign language courses are used to fulfill the foreign languages area requirement. Foreign language courses offered by the DFLL are compulsory courses. They are not courses specifically for the English and foreign languages area; therefore, credits gained by taking them can be counted as general elective course credits (= overtaking compulsory courses).

Perhaps due to a regulation in the school’s “Compulsory Subjects and Required Credits File System for Each Department,” that: “Credits of extra foreign language (English) courses will not be counted as general elective course credits,” many students assume that the credits they got from taking extra foreign language courses will not be counted, and often enquire about this.

Note: At present, courses under the English and foreign languages area ​​only include: “Freshman English (I)/(II),”   “Freshman English (with 1-hour Aural Training) (I)/(II),” “Freshman English (with 2-hour Aural Training) (I)/(II),” and “Japanese (1)/(2).” DFLL students are not allowed to take these courses, and if they do, it will be considered as overtaking courses.