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2015 NTU Spring+ Chinese language and culture Program [Apply Now]

+1 Chinese Language & Culture Program

March 2-March 22, 2015 (3 weeks) Open to Japanese Students

We are announcing the National Taiwan University 2015 Spring+ Program. This program will be held between March 2 and March 22, and provides three weeks of intense study with an integrated Exploring Taiwan curriculum (in English or Japanese). We are excited about Spring+ and believe that we have an excellent and relevant program and faculty. This program is designed for students to experience East Asian culture and gain proficiency in Mandarin Chinese. Weekly field trips and cultural workshops are offered for deeper understanding of Taiwan.

For more information, please visit the webpages here NTU Spring+ Program ( English ) or NTU Spring+ Program ( 日本語 )


March 02 – March 22, 2015

Application Date: December 10, 2014 – January 15, 2015

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


Chinese language and culture

In this short period time, our supportive team of instructors will help you learn Mandarin Chinese and become familiar with the local blend of East Asian Culture.


Exploring Taiwan cultural courses

Our program offers a series of English / Japanese-based lectures and field trips that allow you to explore specific environmental and sociocultural aspects of Taiwan.


Outdoor learning

Afternoon field trips give you a direct understanding of Taiwanese culture while one-day trips are organized outside of Taipei for an in-depth exploration of our diverse nation.


NTU student advisors

Our program offers a number of well-trained NTU students who can provide support for any problems you may encounter during your spring program.


All-inclusive program fee

We offer a simple one-time payment for the entirety of program. The only extra expenses needed throughout your stay in Taiwan would be for housing, meals and personal spending.

Update: 2015 / 04 / 28