This is a project promoted, funded, and approved by MOE (the Ministry of Education, Taiwan), proposed by STUST (Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology), and co-organized and supported by TCG (Tainan City Government).
The English summer camp is specifically designed for foreign students to experience Taiwan in depth in a short time through cultural activities and field trips with Taiwanese students. The main theme is to explore the beauty of Tainan, the city of ancient culture, at first hand. The program highlights Taiwan cultural experience and English teaching practicum by (1) learning Chinese language and culture, (2) visiting Taiwanese historical heritage, (3) touring Tainan cultural heritage, (4) experiencing advanced transportation and High-tech facilities, and (5) tasting local cuisine and delicacies.
The English teaching internship provides hands-on EFL teaching experiences and a taste of local life style through interacting with the elementary school and junior high school students, teachers and faculties, host families and the local residents. It is designed to intensify the possibilities of exploring local Taiwan culture.
Learning by experiencing, experiencing by learning. This is definitely a practical program for foreign students to experience and learn Chinese language, culture, and ideology through having fun.
|Program:||International Village English Summer Camp & Global Internship in English Teaching|
|Field:||Culture & Humanity|
|School:||Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology|
|Organizer:||Language Center of STUST|
|Period of Apply:||
|Tuition Fee:||All program costs are covered by MOE, TCG and STUST including room & board, transportation fees, museum and park admissions. Applicants are responsible for the individual airfare and personal expenses.|
|Tuition Fee Includes:||
Room & board, transportation fees, museum and park admissions.
1. Dormitory at STUST (4 students/room)
Contact Person: Ms. Yvette Ho
TEL: +886-6-2533131 ext. 6004；email@example.com
Website of Program: teep.lc.stust.edu.tw/sysid/teep_en/index.html