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National Taiwan University of Science & Technology

National Taiwan University of Science & Technology
Study innovative and cutting-edge design courses in English at NTUST in the thriving, cosmopolitan capital of Taipei for a semester or year.
Location: 
Taipei, Taiwan
Language of Instruction: 
English
Chinese
Term: 
Academic Year
Fall
Spring
Academic Disciplines: 
Chinese
Design
East Asian Languages & Culture
Program Type: 
Semester or Academic Year
Highlights: 
  • Study design in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan
  • Take Chinese language classes and immerse yourself in the local culture
  • No language experience required
  • Open to KU design students
Program Summary: 

Study innovative and cutting-edge design courses in English at NTUST in the thriving, cosmopolitan capital of Taipei for a semester or year. Beginning and advanced level Mandarin Chinese courses are available to international students.

Housing: 

On-campus dormitory with local NTUST students.   

Eligibility: 

Undergraduate and graduate KU design students. No language prerequisite required.

Further Reading: 

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