国立台湾大学 National Taiwan University (NTU)

NTU’s institutional predecessor was Taihoku Imperial University, founded in 1928 by the Japanese colonial administration. Now, the university has 11 colleges, with 54 departments and 108 graduate institutes, plus over 50 national and university-level research centers. The total number of students, including those enrolled at the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, has grown to over 32,000, including over 17,000 university students and 15,000 graduate students. Now, the number of graduate students at NTU almost equals the number of university students, which indicates that NTU has successfully been transformed into a research university.

International Exchange (as of 2018)

  • Global Partnership: 604
  • Academic Cooperation Programs and Agreements: 1,650
  • International students: 5,228

National Taiwan University is one of the world’s leading research institutions and the highest ranked university in the Chinese-speaking world (ARWU 2012). Every winter, students from across the world participate in our Winter+ Programs in the heart of Taipei – one of the safest and friendliest cities on earth.

Program:

  • Chinese Language & Culture: Spring & Winter

Here at NTU we proudly provide a unique and truly international experience. Our educational programs encourage intellectual exploration of the highest academic quality — all while obtaining school credits. These programs provide you with the fantastic opportunity to increase your intercultural competence and expand your network of international friends and connections.

Spring: In the program, you will undergo a 4-week program that builds competence in Chinese language and allows the student to experience Taiwanese culture.

Our team of instructors will help you to learn Mandarin Chinese and become familiar with the local blend of East Asian cultures in this short period of time, within a supportive framework.


Winter: In the program, you will undergo a 3-week program that builds competence in Chinese language and allows the student to experience Taiwanese culture.

Our team of instructors will help you to learn Mandarin Chinese and become familiar with the local blend of East Asian cultures in this short period of time, within a supportive framework.

  • 2020 +C1 Chinese Language & Culture Program

This program has been designed for students of all levels, beginning or advanced, who want to learn Chinese fluently. Additionally, in class curriculum provides opportunities for interaction and improving communication abilities. The course includes different themes that tie together the daily language class, cultural activities and interactions with locals. We also offer a series of English-based lectures and field trips that allow you to explore specific environmental and sociocultural aspects of Taiwan.

Contact:

Betty Chen (Ms.): bettychen@ntu.edu.tw | Tel: +886 (0)2 3366 2007 ext 315

Sarah KUO (Ms.): sarahkuo@ntu.edu.tw | Tel: +886-(0)2-33662007 ext 225

Peggy Hsu (Ms): ntucie@ntu.edu.tw | Tel:+886 (0)2 3366 2007 ext 234

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