UniversityNational Taipei University of Education (NTUE)

Contact Person : 吳炘如Hsinru Wu
TEL : +886-2-2732-1104 ext. 82021
FAX : +886-2-2378-5354
mail website http://www.ntue.edu.tw/?locale=en

Introduction

Lastest release date: Jul 31, 2017

The National Taipei University of Education (NTUE), known as National Taipei Teachers College, was renamed to its present title on August 1, 2005. The National Taipei University of Education was inaugurated in 1896, 16 years before the Republic of China was founded. Following the retrocession of Taiwan from Japan in 1945, the ROC government renamed the school the Taiwan Provincial Normal School in December of the year. In 1961, the school’s name was changed once again to Taiwan Provincial Junior Teachers College, and then, the school was upgraded to Taiwan Provincial Taipei Normal College in 1987. In 1991 it was renamed to the National Taipei Teachers College.

With more than a hundred and sixteen years history of excellence, National Taipei University of Education is proud to be one of the most prestigious institutes in Taiwan. NTUE plays an important role in the development of primary education and teacher training programs, and is highly regarded as an essential figure of educational services.

Campus

National Taipei University of Education is located in the Taipei City, the biggest city and capital of Taiwan. Taipei is a short drive from CKS International Airport, Taoyuan. Taipei offers a wide variety of things to see and do, appealing to visitors and students around the world. Taipei is home to the world-famous and one of the world’s tallest building – Taipei 101. More importantly, the school is in the heart of Taipei’s cultural and financial district, and is near to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, and Taipei World Trade Center.

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Dormitory

On-campus 6-beds dormitory is provided. The accommodation fee is 7,350 NT per semester. For further information please visit http://dsa.ntue.edu.tw/life/affair/4 (Chinese Only).

Getting Here

By Bus:

Taking bus no. 15 and 18 from Taipei Railway Station to NTUE. The fare is NT$15. Besides, the nearest MRT station is Technology Building Station. After getting off from MRT please walk towards Heping E. RD. for 2 minutes to get NTUE. The fare from Taipei Railway Station to Technology Building Station is NT$20.

No.134, Sec. 2, Heping E. Rd., Da-an District, Taipei City 106, Taiwan (R.O.C.) .

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Academic Information

Office of International Affairs

Lastest release date: Nov 22, 2016

TEL

+886-2-2732-1104 # 82021,82020,82019,82218

FAX

+886-2-2378-5354

E-MAIL

Application

研究發展處國際事務組Division of International Affairs, Office of Research and Development

TEL

+886-2-2732-1104 # 82021,82020,82019,82218

FAX

+886-2-2378-5354

E-MAIL

Chinese Learning Center Information

Lastest release date: Nov 22, 2016

TEL

+886-2-2732-1104 ext. 82025,82026,83331,83335

FAX

+886-2-2732-5950

E-MAIL

Website

http://academic.ntue.edu.tw/files/11-1007-450.php

Chinese Language Education Center(CLEC), a subsidiary of National Taipei University of Education(NTUE), was founded in the winter of 2006 for teaching Chinese as a second language. more than 1000 students from over 40 countries and territories from age 6 to 65 have learned Mandarin Chinese language in CLEC.
With 117 years of excellent history, NTUE(was founded in 1896) is one of prestige academic institutes in Taiwan. It plays an important role in development of primary education and teacher training programs, and has been highly regarded as an essential figure of the educational service. CLEC of NTUE help students who come from different culture and language backgrounds make rapid progress to reach the goal- learning to communicate in Chinese effectively.

Class Feature
The Chinese and Literature classes of our center are on the quarterly system. Each class is about 5~12 students. The teaching materials mainly focus on the introduction of Taiwan and the Chinese culture with the help of other foreign students' customs and cultures. Our teaching goal is to integrate the four abilities: listening, speaking, reading, and writing; moreover, we also focus on humane and aesthetic features of the Chinese script.
Humanities symbolize knowledge and humanism in Chinese culture, which is the key of Chinese cultural legacy. The aesthetic feature refers to the specific beauty such as script, phonology, figure, form, and image, which is the concrete embodiment of artistic beauty. The classes in our center concentrate on popular, useful and communicative functions to reinforce the demand of communication. Besides, through a situated-content dialogue, the common sentences and vocabularies can be learned. With the knowledge of Taiwanese and Chinese cultures, learners can efficiently learn the Chinese language.

Class Periods
Class for each week: Monday ~ Friday
Class Period: 9:00-12:00 or 13:30-16:30
Total hours of class each week: 3 hours per class. 5 classes per week. A total of 15 hours each week.
Notes: Class schedules are arranged by our center.

Class Levels
Our program has three levels: elementary, intermediate, and advanced. Each level is then divided into several sub-levels. To complete the elementary level, students are required to complete 6 months of courses. To finish both the elementary and intermediate levels, students are required to complete at least one year of classes. Students will learn 1500 Chinese characters, 3000 word collocations and phrases, and more than 400 sentence patterns by the end of the intermediate classes. The advanced levels include several courses such as Chinese news study, business conversation, radio drama, Chinese culture and entry-level classical Chinese. To complete the whole set of courses, from elementary to advanced, a student needs to take classes for two years.

Scholarships

Accommondation

Location & Facilities

Room Y202,Duxing Building, No.134, Sec. 2, Heping E. Rd., Da-an District, Taipei City 106, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

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Programs for international students

Lastest release date: Dec 21, 2016

Scholarships List

Lastest release date: Nov 22, 2016

Scholarship Title Background Purpose
International Students Scholarship undergraduated Study
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