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Chinese Courses

Course Content

The course consists of 15 hours per week. The purpose of the course is to develop accurate pronunciation and communication skills and for learners to deal with daily situations in Mandarin Chinese. Various activities are conducted to enhance learners' listening, speaking, reading and writing abilities. In addition to language proficiency training, cultural courses are also offered. Students who join this program not only learn Chinese but can also experience Taiwan’s unique culture. Students can enjoy studying Chinese and have fun learning all about Taiwan!

Course Content
Course title Hours/per week  
Basic Chinese Reading and Writing 4
Basic Chinese Conversation 2
Basic Chinese Listening and Speaking 2
Introduction to Taiwanese Culture 3
Chinese Character Writing 2
Chinese Pronunciation 2

Program Features

1. Small classes
2. Professional teachers
3. Many curricular and extra-curricular activities
4. Free Chinese learning guidance after class

Instructors

Our teachers are highly experienced and dedicated professionals. Also, our staff members are enthusiastic and willing to assist students.

Course Levels

The basic course is suitable for those who have never studied Chinese before. We also offer an intermediate level course to students who have had some previous Chinese language study.
Our courses are arranged according to students’ needs, so learners must take a placement test conducted by The Chinese Language Center in order to arrange level-appropriate classes.

Issuing the Certificate

The CLC will issue a certificate of study in both Chinese and English to students who successfully complete the course requirements and pass their final exams.

Remarks

  1. Except for individual tutorial classes, no classes with fewer than 6 students will be offered.
  2. No classes are held on national holidays or on special event dates noted on the university calendar.
  3. Overseas students who arrive with a student visa are required to study at least 15 hours on campus.

    For More Information

    For even more info about STUST’s CLC, please visit our website:http://clc.stust.edu.tw/en

    If you have any questions not answered here, please contact:
    Susan Hsu
    Phone number inside Taiwan: 06-2533131 ext. 6010
    E-mail: chilance@mail.stust.edu.tw

UPDATE:2014/07/08