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Cautionary Guidelines for CTU Student Overseas Internship

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Cautionary Guidelines for CTU Student Overseas Internship

1.      Before Departure:

(A) Collecting and understanding information about the local country:

(B)  Purchasing medical care and insurance for accidents overseas:

(C)  Declaring quarantine to customs:

2.      During Stay Abroad:

(A) Paying attention to security issues:

(B)  Keeping in contact with and informing your family of any issues:

(C)  Thinking twice (considering carefully) before signing any contracts of employment:

(D) Following the traffic rules:

(E)  Following the law and regulations of the local country:

(F)   Seeing a doctor for a minor sickness could be an issue:

(G) Living expenses may be much higher:

3.      Regarding the information for a part-time job in local country:

4.      Applying for a visa:

(A) Applying for part-time job visa:

(B)  The Website of the Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

(C)  Passport expiration dates, military service issues

5.      Assistance for problems encountered in a foreign country

(A) Emergency services of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

(B)  Emergency assistance from an overseas office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

(C)  Service items offered by the overseas office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

6.      Crisis Management

(A) Loss of passport and/or ticket

(B)  Stolen checks and/or credit cards

(C)  All overseas offices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have emergency services 24 hours a day

7.      Internship safety and consultation of the related laws

Checklist for Overseas Internship for Students of Chienkuo Technology University

Have you attended the information session for overseas internship held by the University before departure?

If you got the job via an employment agency, have you checked the approval of the Taiwanese Ministry of Education?

Have you checked the government e-job website from the Workforce Development Agency, in order to understand what should be noticed and what might be risky when you go abroad?

Do you understand the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has contracts with some countries concerning part-time jobs or related mutual benefits, and you are able to go the Website of The Youth in Taiwan Embrace the World” to inquire about the information needed?

If you are going to countries that do not have part-time-job-related or mutual benefit contracts with us, do you understand the rules for signing a visa?

Have you collected information about the local country? Have you been to their government’s office in Taiwan to obtain information about part-time jobs, language centers, or residing environment and climate?

Have you sign up for printed contracts to protect your own rights?

Are you insured? e.g., Do you have Overseas Medical Care or Insurance for Accidents?

Have you registered on the Website of the Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and given related information about yourself?

Have you informed your internship consultant your status quo concerning your life and job, and have mutual contact information?

Have you inform your family, relatives, or friends about your itinerary, and have mutual contact information?

Do you understand all our offices overseas have phone number for emergent assistance 24 hours a day? Do you know that you can get free brochures of “Emergency Contact information of Overseas Offices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs” at the hall or information desk of the airport, or at the branches the Bureau of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs?

Do you understand that the Emergency Contact Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has a service telephone number: 0800-085-095? The overseas paid call is (local number) +886+800+085+095?

Do you know the emergency phone call of our University is: +886-4711-1149? (transferred by Campus Security Center to the Center of Oversea Internship Students of Chienkuo Technology University)

Do you understand you need to report to the local police and get the approval when your passport is stolen or lost? Then, re-apply another passport or document of entry from Taiwanese overseas offices?

Do you understand that if your traveler’s check, credit cards, or ATM card is lost or stolen, you should report to your bank to discontinue your cards?