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    Title: 我國大學學費政策及對弱勢學生助學措施之研究
    Other Titles: A study on university tuition fee policy and financial assistances for disadvantaged students in Taiwan
    Authors: 邱羽瑄;Chiu, Yu-Hsuan
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士班
    楊瑩;Yang, Ying
    Keywords: 學費政策;弱勢學生;助學措施;Tuition fee policy;disadvantaged students;Financial Assistances
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:19:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以訪談法為主,文件分析法為輔,來探討我國大學學費政策及對弱勢學生助學措施之研究,本研究主要目的包含:


    This study aims, via adopting the methods of interview and document analysis, to explore the tuition fee policy and financial assistances for disadvantaged students in Taiwan.
    The main purposes of this study include:
    1. To understand the historical development and existing regulations of higher education tuition policy in Taiwan.
    2. To understand the financial assistances provided for disadvantaged students by the government and universities.
    3. To explore the influence of higher education tuition policy on the disadvantaged students.
    4. Through the method of interview, to understand the actual assistances received by disadvantaged students and the equity of higher education. Opportunity in Taiwan.
    The main conclusions of this study can be summarized as follows :
    1. Although the Ministry of Education has tried to establish the general rules for the adjustment tuition fees, universities can’t alter their tuition fees according to the MOE’s rules regularly.
    2. There are great differences in the tuition fees charged between the public and private universities.
    3. The funding of universities are limited because of the MOE’s restriction on raising their tuition fees.
    4. The term of “disadvantaged students” are defined differently by different rules of assistance schemes, of the government.
    5. Some existing financial assistances for the disadvantaged students are not fair or reasonable in terms of the equity of educational opportunity.
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