University preparation courses are offered to students in their junior and senior years at TAIS. Students also receive support and guidance as they apply to universities and take tests. TAIS will register students for SAT, ACT, TOEFL, and IELTS tests as needed.
TAIS ssists every student who wants to apply for a foreign university to prepare various application documents and procedures
1. We will assist in evaluating students’ academic and extracurricular activities, and confirm whether the direction of application is suitable for students (depending on their strengths and interests)
2. Next, we will provide students with suitable applications based on their skills, interest and high school performance. A list of universities and colleges will be made and information for each school’s application for admission
. 3. Next, we will plan a strategy that includes department selection, required examinations and extracurricular activities to help students enter the school they want to apply for.
4. If the university is outside Taiwan, we will provide the student with relevant college-side exam information, such as introduction to entrance exams such as SAT I, II and AP exams, and assist in evaluating whether to take the exam and the exam Reference strategies for time and goals to effectively grasp the application schedule
5. Finally, we will track the application form that has been sent, and confirm that the application form has been filled out, arrived, and what students should pay attention to.
For each step and plan of university application, students will have a dedicated counselor to assist in the relevant application matters needed to apply for the university. Through the process students will be trained to deal with academic affairs in the next stage of schooling and help in dealing with administrative application procedures
Important reminder: The top four-year universities in the United States require high school students to complete additional college preparation courses before entering university. In addition to the general high school compulsory courses, most prospective college students need to take the following courses
- One year of advanced mathematics (Calculus, Trigonometry)
- One year of science (Chemistry II, Biology II)
- One year of English (advanced writing, creative writing)
- A year of foreign language
- A year of sociology
- Transfer students must have at least 6 credits provided by the Adventist system