The Department of Chinese as a Second Language
is now accepting applications!
（Former Dept. of Chinese and Culture for International Students）
is a 4-year bachelor degree program specially designed for international students.
What We Offer
n Chinese as a Second Language (CSL) education by renowned faculty and staff
n International-standard academic environment
n Platform for further studies/career development after graduation
n Various scholarships for international students
What You Will Get
n Proficiency and competency in Chinese for effective communication in the global market
n Comprehensive understanding of the Chinese culture
Towards the degree, students have to take a minimum of 128 credit hours including 100 credits for various courses on Chinese Language, Cultures, Society and Literature and 28 credits for General Education.
The department accepts 36 international students this year. The application for Fall 2014 should be submitted by March 15, and application for Spring 2015 should be submitted by October 31, 2014. To find more detailed information about admissions, please visit our homepage （http://www.tcsl.ntnu.edu.tw/）.
Application Form: http://www.ntnu.edu.tw/oia/admission_en.php
n Qualification: Applicants who have a high school diploma, do NOT have ROC (
) nationality, AND do NOT
speak Mandarin as their mother tongue. Taiwan
n Time of Admission: Fall semester in September; Spring semester in February.
n Documents required:
1. High school diploma (or higher).
2. Two recommendation letters.
3. Autobiography and curriculum vitae (in Chinese or English).
4. Certificate of Chinese proficiency, or description of experience in Chinese learning.
5. Study plan (1 to 3 pages; in Chinese or English; briefly explain your reasons for studying Chinese, and future plans).
6. High school transcript.
Estimated Costs of the Program
(The tuition and fees listed here are for the academic year 2012 and are subject to change without prior notice.)
(Effective as of the academic year 2012)
NT $ Dollars
US $ Dollars
Tuition and fees
After completing the on-line application (http://ap.itc.ntnu.edu.tw/istudent/apply), application materials must be mailed to the Office of International Affairs.（162, Section 1,
Heping East Rd., ,
R.O.C. 國立台灣師範大學國際事務處收） Taipei 10610, Taiwan
Office of International Affairs: http://www.ntnu.edu.tw/oia/admission_en.php
Department Homepage: http://www.tcsl.ntnu.edu.tw/Tel : +886-2-7734-3912；Email: firstname.lastname@example.org