Exchange Students Cultural Tour in Ilan on February 23rd – Unique Green Onion Picking Experience, Loudong Forestry Culture Park, and Luodong Night Market

On February 23rd, the Office of International Programs will be hosting a one-day cultural tour to Ilan County, where students will gain a better understanding of the Taiwanese culture. Come and join us on your first adventure in Taiwan.

Freemover Application – Fall 2018

Freemover Application for 2018 Fall

Thank you for your interests in National Chengchi University! If you would like to apply for the freemover program for Fall semester 2018, please email the following documents to crhuang@nccu.edu.tw by April 15th 2018, no need to do any on-line application. We will review your documents and announce the result in early May.

Documents you have to submit are,

Encourage students to go out of comfort zone and experience foreign culture, NCCUC held Partner School Fair

By Office of International Programs

Flags from different countries were hung in the lobby of College of Commerce. Blue decoration painted with world map and famous landmark. Office of International Programs (OIP) held Partner School Fair on November 4. Exchange students from 18 countries, 42 universities attended and introduced their schools and cultures. The exposition attracted hundreds of people and was extremely crowded.

Freemover Application – 2018 Spring

Freemover Application for 2018 Spring

Undergraduate Exchange Students Cultural Tour on September 5 – Unique Green Onion Picking Experience and National Center for Traditional Arts in Ilan Tour

On September 5, the Office of International Programs will arrange a one-day cultural tour to Ilan County, where students will gain a better understanding of the Taiwanese culture. Come and join us on your first adventure in Taiwan. Also, students will team up with their local buddies to spend a fun filled day together.

Graduate Exchange Students Cultural Tour on August 30th, 2017 – Be a Tea Farmer and Experience Unique Tea Picking in Ilan County

“Tea” plays an essential role in oriental culture especially in Taiwan. Taiwanese people drink tea daily and it is even a part of common dishes. On August 30th, the Office of International Programs will bring you to Ilan to be a tea farmer for the day. Join us to have a closer look at local Taiwanese culture and learn how to make your own tea.

 
Email: crhuang@nccu.edu.tw
Tel: +886-2-2938-7911   Fax: +886-2-2938-7882
64 Chi-Nan Road, Sec. 2, Wen-Shan, Taipei, 116, Taiwan, ROC