2017 Chinese Programs

Chinese Programs at the Division of Chinese, Language Center are open to foreigners who are over 18 years old or possess at least a high school diploma or its equivalent.




2017 Academic Year Charges Form


















Summer Session




Autumn Session












Application Deadline


Feb 2




May 16




Aug 1




Nov 1




Registration Day


Mar 13




Jun 20




Aug 28




Nov 27




Course Dates










Small Group




(5~12 students)




















Total Hours of Class Time


180 hours/session


150 hours/session


180 hours/session






Week Hours of Class Time


15 hours/week








15 hours/week




15-20 hours/week





Introduction of Chinese Program




Class Levels




     Classes are offered in various levels, from beginner's to advanced level.       
   Students are placed in classes suited to their levels based on their placement test results. 
    All classes are conducted in Chinese. Mandarin phonetic symbols and Pinyin spelling are used to indicate the pronunciation of characters. Reading, writing, speaking and listening comprehension are given equal emphasis in each class and student performance is evaluated accordingly.


















● Pronunciation and basic oral drills 
● Introduction to basic Chinese grammar and characters
● Basic vocabulary building and composition writing






● Business Chinese
● Comparison of cultures
● Introduction to geography, customs and culture of Taiwan 
● Study of Chinese arts, legends, tales, slang, and idioms, etc.






● Study of ancient Chinese stories
● Introduction to classical Chinese, Chinese fiction, prose, poetry, magazines and newspapers, and contemporary Taiwanese short stories, etc.
● Study of TV news broadcast
● Introduction to Chinese thought and society






● History of Chinese literature




● strengthen listening, speaking, reading and writing proficiency by conducting case studies and topic-based discussions with different styles of articles.


 Small-sized Classes


Classes are conducted in a small size of 2~12 students. 




1-on-1 or customized class




�� By request


�� For students who wish to form a class on their own


�� Contact DOC for further information


 Teaching Materials




�� Far East Everyday Chinese Book I ~ Book III


�� Practical Audio-Visual Chinese 2nd Edition  Book1~Book5


�� Live Chinese


�� Live interactive Chinese


�� 101+1 Interesting Chinese proverbs       


�� Chinese master




�� Chinese society & culture


�� Everyday business Chinese


�� Reading Chinese news


�� Comprehensive everyday Chinese


�� Chinese folk tales


�� Advanced a plus Chinese


�� Stories from Chinese history, etc.


Culture Classes




     To make programs interesting and improve students’ Chinese proficiency, DOC offers culture classes of different topics (fee applies), including cuisine, calligraphy, Chinese chess, Chinese knot, ink drawing, etc.


Class hours


15-20 hours per week (Mon. to Fr.)


Class Timetable




Morning Class 8:00-12:00


Afternoon Class 13:00-17:00




Tuition & Other Fees




tuition payment in cash (NTD only) or by credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, JCB).




Students must register and pay the tuition fees in DOC (abbrev Division of Chinese) office which is in the Language Center Building after arriving in Changhua.











Other FeesNTD 
















New Student Registration Fee






Only for first-time registered students.


Not required for re-enrolled students.


Mandatory Accidental


Insurance Fee


Around 500~1,500 below 180 days


(The exact amounts depend on


 how many days in Taiwan)


Demanded by the Ministry of Education, it is compulsory for foreign students to be enrolled in a mandatory accidental insurance plan. The fee is waived for students who present a proof of coverage under other accidental insurance plans.


Health Insurance Fee


About 750 per month


After 6 months studying in Taiwan




Textbooks and other




study materials (estimated)


Around 700/ 4 or 8 weeks per termAround 1,500/ 12 weeks per term




The exact amounts depend on the




textbook used in each class.




Transportation Fee


1,500 /per person


Pick up at Tao-Yuan Airport to DOC


on the planned day.






Payment Method
DOC (abbrev Division of Chinese) accepts tuition payment in cash (NTD only) or by credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, JCB).


Students must go to the DOC office (in the Language Center Building, Jin-De Campus) to register and pay the tuition fees after arriving in Changhua. 

Refund Policy
Please go to DOC Office to apply for refunds. Average processing days for refund requests are 7-10 working days.


The Refund Policy is based on the Ministry of Education’s Guidelines for Colleges with Extension Education Programs.


”Refunds” refer to tuition cost only. Other costs, including application fees and insurance costs, will not be refunded.






Refund Percentage of Tuition




Applications Submitted








no later than the day before the program starts.








before 1/3 of the program is completed




No refunds




after the program is 1/3 completed







Students who pay for the next term in advance for the purpose of visa application may request for a full refund if their visa application is rejected. The refund request must be submitted with a proof of visa rejection before the new term starts or within the first week of the new term.




Course Information




1.    For applicants who require original documentation in order to apply for a visa, we recommend that application materials be sent and received. Original admission letters are mailed via regular airmail and require sufficient time to reach applicants.




2.    For applicants who are nationals of 90-day visa exempt entry countries or who have proof of legal residency in Taiwan. Admission letters will be emailed.




3.    After receiving your application, it will take about 5-weekdays to process your application. An admission letter will be sent to your mailing address after your application is accepted. Please register yourself in the Language Center on the dates listed on the admission letter.




4.    Please note that, according to the Taiwan Ministry of Education regulations, students who intend to apply for a Student Visa for Chinese Language Studies should fulfill at least 3 class hours per day and 15 class hours per week.




 Application Materials




Documents which are not issued in English or Chinese must be accompanied by a translation.




DOC accepts applications via e-mails or post. Applicants can choose to submit application materials via e-mails (nancy0714@cc.ncue.edu.tw ) or by post (Division of Chinese, Language Center, National Changhua University of Education No.108, Xueshi St., Changhua City, Taiwan 500).
















Application Form




Please download the application form at the links below. 




Application Form Download :
Word Format:  
PDF Format:




Photocopy of Diploma (or other proof of education)




DOC only admits applicants with a high school degree or above. Acceptable proof of education includes: 
(1) High school graduates
 a graduation certificate of high school or admission letters of universities. 
(2) Undergraduates or above
 a transcript of university courses, a diploma of bachelor’s degree(or above), or a student ID.




Health certificate




Please turn in a certificate of health examination conducted within the past 6 months. The health examination needs to include an HIV test.




Original Copy of Financial Statement




(1) Applicants must prove they are able to support their studies and stay in Taiwan. They need to show that they have adequate funds of at least 2,400 USD or the equivalent amount in other currency. This proof may be a dated bank statement or a letter from a bank on its letterhead issued within the past 3 months. 
(2) If using a family member's bank statement, the statement must show the same family name of the applicant and the spelling must be the same as that of the applicant. That family member must submit a letter guaranteeing willingness to support the applicant's stay in Taiwan. 
(3) A photocopy of confirmed proof of scholarship acceptance or bank loans.


Form Download  


Word Format


PDF Format


Photocopy of Passport


A photocopy of the information page of the applicant’s passport.


Photocopy of a two-inch photo


within the past 3 months




Vietnam applicants only




Học lực




Cần nộp một trong các loại văn bằng sau:




Bằng tốt nghiệp đại học hoặc cao đẳng (hoặc giấy chứng nhận đang theo học) và bảng điểm




Bằng tốt nghiệp THPT : thành tích học tập trung bình các môn học mỗi năm đạt từ 6.0 điểm trở lên.




Trình độ




ngoại ngữ




Yêu cầu cung cấp một trong những chứng chỉ năng lực Hoa ngữ sau:




1. Chứng chỉ Kỳ thi Năng lực Hoa ngữ (TOCFL) từ cấp 1 (cấp vỡ lòng) trở lên.




2. Chứng nhận hoàn thành lớp tiếng Hoa cấp 1 (cấp vỡ lòng) do Trung tâm Giáo dục Đài Loan (TEIC) cấp.




3. Chứng chỉ tiếng Hoa do Trường đại học Khoa học Xã hội và Nhân văn TPHCM cấp, hoặc Trường Đại học Sư phạm TPHCM cấp.




4. Chứng chỉ kèm bảng điểm năng lực tiếng Anh: TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS.




4. Đối tượng theo học các chuyên ngành tiếng Hoa hoặc tiếng Anh tại các trường Đại học, Cao đẳng phải có bảng điểm thành tích học tập ít nhất một năm, thành tích học tập trung bình các môn học mỗi năm đạt từ 6.0 điểm trở lên.




Ghi chú




1. Kể từ tháng 7 năm 2012, sinh viên Việt Nam khi đến Văn phòng chúng tôi xin visa du học tiếng Hoa hoặc visa du học chính quy yêu cầu phải cung cấp giấy chứng nhận năng lực ngoại ngữ cơ bản (Hoa hoặc Anh), Nếu không cung cấp các chứng chỉ nêu trên, sẽ không thụ lý. Đề nghị quý trường phối hợp thông báo rộng rãi đến sinh viên Việt Nam về việc chuẩn bị đầy đủ các chứng chỉ ngoại ngữ trong thời gian sớm nhất.




2. Trình độ năng lực Ngoại ngữ được nêu trong bảng quy địnhnày chỉ dựa theo tiêu chuẩn tham khảo thấp nhất khi xét visa xin du học tiếng Hoa hoặc visa du học chính quy đối với sinh viên Việt Nam. Các trường đại học khi xét duyệt hồ sơ xin nhập học của sinh viên Việt Nam, có thể dựa theo những yêu cầu học tập riêng của từng trường mà đề ra những tiêu chuẩn năng lực ngoại ngữ cao hơn, đồng thờiyêu cầu xem xét năng lực Ngoại ngữ (Hoa hoặc Anh) của sinh viên như một điều kiện bắt buộc trước khi đồng ý cấp Thư nhập học.




3. Kỳ thi năng lực hoa ngữ (TOCFL) chia làm 5 cấp, được tổ chức hằng năm vào tháng 3 và tháng 11 tại các thành phố lớn ở Việt Nam, đồng thời tổ chức thi theo nhu cầu riêng của các trường và các công ty, xí nghiệp. Hoan nghênh các sinh viên Việt Nam đến đăng ký dự thi. Mọi thông tin về kỳ thi đều được đăng tải trên trang web của Trung tâm Dữ liệu Giáo dục Đài Loan tại Việt Nam http://www.tweduvn.org.




Trung tâm Dữ liệu Giáo dục Đài Loan tại Việt Nam Văn bản ngày 20/8/2012








Submitting Applications




All application materials must be received before the application deadline and cannot be returned once submitted. In order to leave enough time for visa application, we suggest applicants to send their application materials as early as possible. After applicants receive the admission letter, applicants should register, make payment, and take a placement in person on the registration days indicated on the letter.








By e-mail




Application materials must be sent to the following e-mail address—








By post




Application materials must be addressed to DOC’s mailing address—
Division of Chinese, Language Center, National Changhua University of Education




No.108, Xueshi St., Changhua City, Taiwan 500




 (500 臺灣彰化縣彰化市學士街108號語文中心華語文組收)




Submitted in person




The application should be submitted to —
Office , 1F Language Center Building, No.108, Xueshi St., Changhua City, Taiwan 500




(500 臺灣彰化縣彰化市學士街108號語文中心華語文組辦公室)




Online Application




It will be launched soon.










1.      After you completed the application process and received an admission letter, you must arrive at DOC on the indicated New Student Registration Day to register. 




2.      New students except Chinese beginners will take a placement test on the day they register. In order to ensure students are placed in the class suitable to their levels and the students have already arrived, DOC require students to complete the registration process in person. Tuition fees cannot be paid by mail or by a delegated person. 




3.      We recommend students come to Taiwan a couple days before the term begins in order to make accommodation arrangement and adapt to the learning and living surrounding.