summer the National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) offers a four-week intensive Chinese programme course, facilitated by their Chinese Language Centre. Interested students now can apply for a sponsorship offered by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
When: June 27th -July 22nd / August 1st - August 26th
Where: National Cheng Kung University, Tainan (Taiwan)
Application deadline: 1 May 2016
1. The programme will be a 4-week course at National Cheng Kung University during the summer holidays (July or August). It will include Chinese language and cultural learning/outings.
The language center will make class arrangements according to the qualifications/Chinese skills of the students. Please find attached further information on the programme.
2. The Taiwan Ministry of Education will offer each student a weekly stipend of US$ 90 for up to four weeks, provided that the group counts minimum 6 students and they will attend at least three hours of the prescribed courses per day.
3. Interested parties can apply by filling in the application form and returning it to firstname.lastname@example.org before May 1, 2016.
The National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) is located in Tainan, Taiwan, and is ranked second among all the universities in Taiwan. Renowned for its world class engineering research, talented faculty, and promising students, NCKU has been one of the drivers of Taiwan’s economic miracle. In addition, NCKU’s Chinese Language Center is also ranked the second largest among all Chinese languages centers of national universities, provides rigorous language and cultural training to visiting scholars and students of all ages and abilities.
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