National Tsing Hua University logo
  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: $ 3.03k / 1 year
  • Foreign: $ 3.03k / 1 year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • Chinese, English
  • Deadline:
  • 15 Tháng ba
  • StudyQA ranking:
  • 492pts.
  • Duration:
  • 4 years

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    The undergraduate program has three major goals and objectives:

    1. To develop the masterful familiarity and grasp of the English language in practical usage and all aspects of communication, and the acquisition of basic proficiency in a second foreign language (in addition to English);
    2. To develop independent thinking and skills for in-depth analysis through the study of literature and linguistics and professional training in applied linguistics;
    3. The cultivation of a cosmopolitan worldview.

    Common Required Courses in Language Skills:

    • English I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • English II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • English Oral Practice I (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • English Oral Practice II (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • First-Year EFL Listening and Speaking I (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • First-Year EFL Listening and Speaking II (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Reading & Writing I (1) (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Reading & Writing I (2) (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Reading & Writing II (1) (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Reading & Writing II (2) (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)

    Common Required Content Courses:

    • Introduction to Literature I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Literature II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Western Literature I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Western Literature II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Applied Linguistics (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Linguistics (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)

    Core Courses:

    • American Classical Literature (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Drama (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Eighteenth-Century Literature (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Modern/Contemporary Literature (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Novel (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Poetry (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Renaissance Literature (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Romantic Literature (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Victorian Literature(Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • History of the English Language (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Foreign Language Teaching and Learning (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Psycholinguistics (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Introduction to Sociolinguistics (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Linguistic Analysis (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Phonetics (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Syntax (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
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    • Elective Courses:
    • 19th Century French & Russian Novels (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Dystopian Literature (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Fin de Siecle: decadence and sexual anarchy (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • From kafca to Kundera-City-novel-Progue (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Money, Power and Gender: Virginia Woolf and the Material Girls (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Post-dramatic Theatre (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Postmodern Novel (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Shakespeare (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Language and Culture (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Language and the Brain (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Language Testing (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Second Language Acquisition (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • Semantics (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced English Listening (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Computer Assisted Language Learning (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
    • English-Chinese Translation Practice (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • English for Oral Business Communication (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Journalistic English (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Oral Interpretation (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, every semester)

    Second Foreign Languages Courses:

    • Advanced French Conversation I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced French Conversation II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced French I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year )
    • Advanced French II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year )
    • Intermediate French I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year )
    • Intermediate French II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year )
    • Beginning French I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning French II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced Japanese Conversation I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced Japanese Conversation II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced Japanese I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced Japanese II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Conversation I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Conversation II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Conversation III(Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Conversation IV (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Listening I (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Listening II (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Listening III (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Listening IV (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Reading I (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese Reading II (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese writing I (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Japanese writing II (Undergrad, 2 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate Japanese I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate Japanese II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning Japanese I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning Japanese II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced Spanish I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Advanced Spanish II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate Spanish I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate Spanish II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning Spanish I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning Spanish II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate Korean I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate Korean II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning Korean I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning Korean II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate German Conversation I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate German Conversation II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate German I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Intermediate German II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning German I (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)
    • Beginning German II (Undergrad, 3 credit hours, once a year)

    program_requirements

    • An application form online application
    • A photocopy of diploma in English and Chinese
    • Applicants for bachelor degree programs must provide a photocopy of their high school diploma.
      Applicants for master degree programs must provide a photocopy of their bachelor degree diploma.
      Applicants for doctoral degree programs must provide a photocopy of their master degree diploma.
    • Official transcripts in English or Chinese
    • Proof of English and Chinese proficiency. (PBT 550, CBT 213, iBT 79) or IELTS (5.5)
    • A letter of intent to the Department, including faculty member contact as prospective advisor.
    • Autobiography in English(including reasons for study)
    • A study plan 
      Please provide a concise study plan with a maximum of three pages. In the study plan, applicants are encouraged to describe their motivation for choosing NTHU, and for choosing the specific department or program that they are applying. For graduate students, potential contribution to the department and research interests may also be included.
    • Two recommendation letters 
      Letters of recommendation are preferably from faculty members capable of evaluating the applicant’s academic qualifications and research potential.
    • Financial certificate
      All applicants are required to provide a financial statement issued by a financial institution showing their financial sustainability (minimum US$ 4,000) for study in Taiwan, or a certificate of scholarship. If the submitted financial statement is not under the name of the applicant, then the applicant’s sponsor(s) must provide an affidavit indicating their relationship to the applicant and their intent to provide financial support throughout his/her period of study.
    • Declaration form
      Print out the declaration form and sign at the bottom after reading it thoroughly. If applicable, we may ask the applicant to submit a copy of statement of travel record, or their Forfeited Nationality Permit Certificate issued by Ministry of the Interior and Non-Household Registration Declaration.
    • Verification of nationality
      Applicants must provide a copy of their passport or some other acceptable verification of their nationality.
    • Certificates of Honors and Award Documents to support your application

    NTHU International Student Scholarship

    ● Doctoral. students: NT$ 10,000  per month
    ● Master Students: NT$ 5,000 per month
    ● Bachelor students: NT$ 5,000 per month
    ● tuition waived

    Taiwan Scholarship

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    ●  NT$ 30,000 per month (no tuition waiver)
    Ministry of Science and Technology
    ●  NT$ 30,000 per month (no tuition waiver)
    Ministry of Education
    ● Doctoral students: NT$ 20,000 per month 
    ● Master's students: NT$ 20,000 per month  
    ● Bachelor students: NT$ 15,000 per month
    (tuition waived)

    Additional Costs:

    • Student Insurance Fee TWD 138 (per semester)
    • National Health Insurance Fee TWD 749 (per month)
    • Internet User Fee TWD 1,000 (per semester)
    • Admitted undergraduate and graduate students may obtain a room shared with 1, 2 or 4 students. The dormitory expense is about TWD 16,170 to 27,800 for a single room, TWD10,170 to 16,600 for a 2-bed room and TWD 6,370 to 9,250 for a 4-bed room per semester.
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