International Education Window (IEW)
In 2011, the Taiwan's Ministry of Education proposed the ‘Primary and Secondary International Education White Paper’, also known as IE1.0. In 2020, with the vision of connecting Taiwan schools with the world, the MOE announced IE2.0, aiming at the goals of fostering global citizens, promoting education internationalization and expanding global exchanges.
In order to expand global exchanges, the Ministry of Education creates an information and matching platform- International Exchange Window (IEW) to bridge Taiwan’s schools and international partners. It is recognized as the most innovative device of IE2.0.
Taiwan Experience Education Program (TEEP)
The Taiwan Experience Education Program (TEEP) was launched in 2015 by the Taiwan Ministry of Education (MOE) to encourage more international students to participate in short-term professional internship projects organized by Taiwanese universities and colleges.
TEEP participants will be placed in a laboratory, research unit, enterprise or elementary/secondary school, and provided with opportunities to attend seminars, Chinese language courses and cultural activities to enhance their professional capabilities and better connect in the academic or business world.
Foreign Student Short-term Chinese Study Groups
This short program is designed for groups of international students and focuses on topics such as language courses, field trips, cultural excursions and industry visits. Combining active classes with cultural activities, students not only learn Mandarin but also become immersed in the local culture.
Schools, colleges and universities that want to send student groups to Taiwan can contact with us or MOE education division.
The MOE subsidizes the course fees (by NT$4,000 per person perweek).
Student groups from mainstream schools
A group must have at least 15 students
1~2 teachers may accompany the group
Chinese lessons 5 days a week, a minimum of 15 hours a week
Subsidies cover 2~4 weeks
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