Tunghai University International College and CSAR Summer Mini-Semester Program

Taiwan is a safe place for American students to study this summer.  All American university students can apply Tungahi University International College(IC) and CSAT Summer Mini-Semester Program.  Visas for students will be issued via the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and the Consortium for Study Abroad in Taiwan (CSAT).  Due to COVID-19, only MOFA can issue Taiwan visas for non-degree students.  All fees will be paid to CSAT, which is managed by the Foundation for Scholarly Exchange (FSE, Fulbright Taiwan).  Application material should be submitted to Tunghai IC by December 15 in order to process the paperwork for visas.  Please refer to the attached program book and Tentative Course Schedule for more information.  Program website coming soon. Stay tuned!

National Taipei University of Technology Chinese Language Center Online Chinese Course

CLTC provides online Mandarin courses to all people who want to improve their Chinese ability in the world.

CLTC offers 10% Discount” for group registration, early-bird registration, or other courses at the same time.

For more detailed course information, please visit the official website of CLTC, or feel free to contact through email: [email protected]


National Taiwan University CLD Fall online Chinese language courses

Chinese Language Division (CLD), Language Center of National Taiwan University is now accepting applications for Fall 2020 on line Chinese Language courses.

— To everyone who is 15 years old or above and is interested in learning Chinese language.
— One-on-one or one-on-two classes!
— Multiple choices for class hours, dates and time.
— 2020/9/14~2020/11/18, for 4 or 8 weeks; either everyday 1-hour class or Mon.-Wed.-Fri. 2-hour class; class time in accordance to every country’s time zone!

Please refer to course website for any further information: http://cld.liberal.ntu.edu.tw/en/onlinecourses-Fall.html

Huayu 101, Your Best Online Resources for Learning Mandarin Chinese

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Huayu 101, an online Mandarin Chinese learning platform established by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education (MOE) for foreigners on short-term stays in Taiwan, has launched six new learning scenarios this year for Chinese language learners. Since the Huayu 101 website went live in May 2017, it has attracted almost 90,000 active users and received positive feedback from students and teachers in Taiwan and overseas.

In addition to Huayu 101, the Office of Global Mandarin Education (OGME) established by the MOE also offers free online learning courses for teachers and learners, including “Start From Scratch,” “Intermediate Chinese,” “FLTA Story Book Series,” “Mandarin in 300 Sentences,” and “Fall in Love With Mandarin.”  Please refer to the attached news release for QR code or visit Huayu 101 website for more information.