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*Division Office

  1. Supervise the planning (and revision) of all education programs, educational progress management programs, academic achievement and teaching evaluation programs.
  2. 2.Supply and maintenance of teaching aids.
  3. 3.Management, supervision and evaluation of all subordinate officers and employees.
  4. 4.Other coordination and supporting tasks relating to educational administration.



  1. Coordination, planning and development of curriculum design, teaching plan, etc. for all classes.
  2. Execution and evaluation of the improving educational quality program.
  3. Drafting and revising plans for cadets' educational streaming, cruise training, summer training, on-dock and on-board practical training, in-service education, etc.
  4. >Organizing cadets' graduation ceremony.
  5. Coordination and execution of cross-education with other military units and naval vessel visits.
  6. Organizing education-related project meetings.
  7. Drafting annual military training plan, as well as educational and activities plan for commissioned and non-commissioned officers (Detailed execution plans will be drawn up, verified and announced by respective committees of the Academy.)
  8. Execution of military law education.
  9. Judgment and compilation of cadre's reports.
  10. Planning and promotion of academic activities among teachers and instructors.
  11. Drawing up education path for all classes and brigades, and devising academic calendar.
  12. Handling research and development affairs.
  13. Hosting and receiving foreign military guests.
  14. Convening meetings of curriculum design committee, education committee and educational advisory committee.
  15. Intelligence education, intelligence gallery management, relative enemy situation studies, and enemy situation seminars.
  16. Management of the Academy's organization.
  17. Drafting and execution of summer military training program for domestic and overseas students.
  18. All affairs relating to the examination of navy officers' code in the Academy.
  19. Management and editing of the Academy's code books.
  20. Drafting and execution of annual visit of the US Navy to Taiwan.
  21. All instructions and commands from superiors of all ranks (Minister, General, Commander).



  1. Drafting (and revision) of cadets' handbook, cadets' registration record, and their academic progress.
  2. Compilation of documents related to the graduating class, and production and conferment of graduation (diploma) certificate.
  3. Production of result slips for in-school cadets and transferred, dropped out, deferred cadets.
  4. Examination-related affairs for all classes.
  5. Compilation, registration, calculation and custody of cadets' academic record (including academic results).
  6. Application and granting of General Song Er Scholarship.
  7. Compilation and reporting of new cadets' application, graduates' registration and related documents.
  8. Selecting and recommending cadets for training in the United States Naval Academy, Virginia Military Institute, Citadel Military College.
  9. Re-issuing graduation certificates for past graduates (including English certificates).
  10. Academic records, academic results and graduation certificates of foreign cadets, and related affairs.
  11. >Navigation and command test, and ECL test of the graduating class.
  12. Recruitment, enrolment and examination of diversified application for admission.
  13. Enrolment and registration of new cadets for all classes.
  14. Liaison with cadets studying abroad and the commissioned college students.
  15. Recruitment and examination of self-recruited classes of the Navy.
  16. Notarization for cadets studying abroad and the commissioned college students.
  17. Production of campus ID card.
  18. Selection of honor cadets.


*Teaching Material

  1. Drafting annual work plan and military education equipment plan.
  2. Revising and keeping of teaching material.
  3. Drafting, control, spending and approval of education budget.
  4. Maintenance and control of education equipment.
  5. Borrowing, returning and purchasing of teaching material by cadets.
  6. Acquisition and custody of extra teaching aids.
  7. Deciding on the Academy's military procurement team members.
  8. Drafting and master-control of the five-year military education work plan.
  9. Printing and purchase of teaching material and stationery for cadets.
  10. Maintenance and control of education equipment.
  11. Control of cadets' borrowing, returning and purchasing of teaching material.
  12. Writing off and disposal of scrapped teaching material and teaching aids.
  13. Compilation and editing of all historical material (information).


*Educational Management Center

  1. Compilation of information about externally employed military and civil instructors (teachers), and verification and reporting of monthly class inspection list.
  2. Organizing the selection of excellent instructors (teachers), teaching assistants, brigade staff, education and administrative staff.
  3. Organizing Teacher's Day celebration activities and gift procurement.
  4. Calculation of monthly overtime and part-time teaching hours, application for budget and dispensing the pay, and filing income tax related to the applied teaching hours.
  5. Organizing teaching evaluation and assessment for teachers.
  6. Arranging electives and re-take courses.
  7. Compilation of class diary for all classes.
  8. Devising semester, summer and winter curriculum for all classes.
  9. Documentation of semester, summer and winter curriculum of all classes.
  10. Day- and night-academic counseling for all classes, and documentation of examination records.
  11. Handling substitute teaching, transferred classes and made-up classes.
  12. Printing and compiling the monthly teaching hours of part-time instructors (teachers).


*School Magazine

  1. Photography, interviews and editorial work of the Navy Officers Quarterly and Annals.
  2. Proof-reading, liaison and budget filing of the Navy Officers Quarterly.
  3. Circulating the Navy Officers Quarterly to colleges, libraries of senior high schools and vocational schools, vessels, other military units, and the authors, etc.



  1. Posting cadet recruitment literature to all regional recruitment centers and senior high schools and vocational schools.
  2. Organizing recruitment activities for all classes.
  3. Conducting recruitment publicity in concert with regional recruitment centers.
  4. Production and use of various recruitment literature and souvenirs.
  5. Organizing recruitment activities by chances of the Navy's important celebrations and occasions.
  6. Participation in civil schools' or social organizations' activities to recruit cadets.
  7. Advising dedicated youngsters on application of admission to the Academy (telephone contact, visit to the Navy, etc.) and providing recruitment enquiry service.