Studying in Taiwan

Taiwan is a modern, free, democratic society whose people are hardworking, fun-loving, educated and friendly. While eagerly embracing the future, the people of Taiwan hold onto traditional values and ideals. The family, including ancestors, is of utmost importance; education and scholarship are held in high esteem.

The location of Taiwan makes it a perfect place for international corporations to establish their headquarters in Asia Pacific region. As the hub that connects Europe, the United States, Japan and the emerging Asian markets, Taiwan is very crucial in terms of its high economic and strategic value. Taiwanese enterprises have been aspiring to integrate manufacturing and service industries.  Taiwan now plays a central role in the supply chain of IT industry. It has also become the center for high-tech OEM/ODM as well as the center for product R&D and testing in the Chinese market.  (The information is provided by FICHET)

More about Taiwan: www.studyintaiwan.org/living_know.html


Programs:

International Programs (including degrees, non-degrees and short-term programs)
Many EMI (English as the medium of instruction) courses are offered by universities. Please check: www.studyintaiwan.org/programs.html

Mandarin Chinese Learning
Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Taiwan. The most effective way to learn Mandarin is to study traditional Chinese characters in the modern, Mandarin speaking society of Taiwan. How to apply: www.studyintaiwan.org/learning_where.html

Internship Program: Taiwan Experience Education Program (TEEP)
TEEP welcomes students to join different universities and colleges in Taiwan for short term professional internship…… www.moebos.org/intership-in-taiwan/


Scholarships:

Taiwan Scholarship Program
The Ministry of Education established the Taiwan Scholarship Program to encourage outstanding international students to undertake degree studies in Taiwan…… www.moebos.org/category/taiwan-scholarship-program-tsp

Huayu Enrichment Scholarship (HES)
The Ministry of Education established the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship program to encourage international students to undertake Mandarin language courses in Taiwan. HES awards students taking Mandarin language courses including short term classes which may last 3, 6, 9 months or one full year respectively…… www.moebos.org/category/huayu-enrichment/

Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE)
CIEE is the country’s oldest and largest nonprofit study abroad and intercultural exchange organization. It began nearly 70 years ago with a mission: to help people gain understanding, acquire knowledge, and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world…… www.ciee.org


Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL)

The Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language is a standardized language proficiency test developed for non-native speakers of Chinese. It is the result of a joint project of the Mandarin Training Center, the Graduate Institute of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language, and the Psychological Testing Center of National Taiwan Normal University.
www.studyintaiwan.org/learning_tocfl.html
www.moebos.org/category/mandarin-language-tests/


Working in Taiwan

Ministry of Labor and Ministry of Economic Affairs promote foreign students to work in Taiwan and announce the latest regulations for foreign employees…… www.moebos.org/working-in-taiwan/


Useful Links:


Study in Taiwan – Learning plus adventure
(by FICHET)

Learning Mandarin in Taiwan (by FICHET)