Location
  • Taiwan
    • Taipei
Language
Chinese

Program Details

Weekly Classroom Hours
15
Age Min.
18

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Price Details
The course tuition fee is NTD40,000 per season (3 months). An application fee of NTD500 is charged upon first application.
What's Included
Activities Classes Wifi
Jun 26, 2017
Sep 26, 2019
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About Program

Our Chinese language program has been offered for dozens of years since 1984. We offer small classes with only 5 to 7 students in each class. We have professional and enthusiastic faculty, offering equal training on the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
CLD — your top choice of Chinese learning! Join us now at cld222@ntu.edu.tw!

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Program Highlights

  • Efficient learning environment— intensive classes, small classes of only 5 to 7 students, all-Chinese-speaking environment, everyday homework, and level assessment twice a season
  • Pleasant and encouraging learning – interactive teaching method, free extracurricular activities every season
  • Friendly and supportive learning environment — efficient and kind administration service, well-equipped classrooms and facilities
  • Professional, experienced and enthusiastic instructors — profound teacher training system, inspection visits each season, lectures on teaching methods, students’ evaluation each season

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Fabrice
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

NTU CLD really good studying environment

I had the basics after spending 3 terms (~9 months) of intensive course at NTU CLD from scratches. What I mean by basics is that I could survive and communicate with locals without using any English. I've also continue to study Chinese in two other schools, but NTU CLD is still my favorite.

+Group classes were of 7/8 people max
+Teachers were great
+Cultural activities were good and affordable
+Other campus facilities / activities / clubs accessible. Great sport fields, gym & libraries, tons of clubs (but might require a minimum of Chinese)
+Price is fair comparing with the pace of other schools. There are schools with cheaper rates per term, but the pace difference can be huge. In my case, it took me 9 months to finish 3 course books of the national program, where it would took me a year or more in another school.
+NTU is great reference on CV if you want a job in Taiwan
+Morning, Noon and Evening classes were available
+Lots of shops and canteens in and around the campus

+/-Class pace is fast. The objective was to finish a course book in 1 term. Depending on your learning ability and homework, it could be good if you can kept up with the pace, or bad if you have to repeat the class. It is up to you to repeat a class or not, but you won't progress much in higher levels without assimilating the previous courses. To me the first 2 course books were at the right pace, while I was getting a bit behind while studying book 3.

-Staff barely speaks English which can be troubling for beginners
-Visas are to be applied by yourself
-Accommodations to be found by yourself

What was the most surprising thing you saw or did?
Incredible and easy hikes everywhere and close to cities.
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