- Taipei Language Institute (TLI)
- Chinese Associate Academy
- Mandarin Daily News Language Center
- National Taiwan University - Language Center
- National Taiwan Normal University – Mandarin Training Center
- National Taipei University of Education – Chinese Language Education Center
- Chinese Culture University – Mandarin Learning Center
- Tamkang University – Chinese Language Center
- Fu Jen Catholic University – Center of Chinese Language and Culture
- Soochow University – Chinese Language Center
Fu Jen Catholic University – Center of Chinese Language and Culture
Basic Information of the School
Year of Establishment：1964
About the Programs
- Start Time: Four Semesters per year (the beginning of each term are March, June, September and December respectively), Summer Programs starting from July or August
- Teaching Materials: Practical Audio-Visual Chinese, A Course in Contemporary Chinese, Learning Chinese with Newspaper and others
- Number of Students Per Class: One-by-one, Groups in no more than 7
- Located near the Metro Fu Jen University Station, ensuring convenience for transportation and living (with the Fuda Flowers Nightmarket).
- The Center is one of the oldest language schools in Taiwan. Founded by the Society of the Divine Word, the Center follows the Catholic religious practices. With an approximate number of 200 students per term, the students are all divided into small groups of no more than 7 students per class. Students can also arrange for one-by-one or group teaching of 2 to 3 students per class. The Center teaches in both Pinyin and Zhuyin, and provide teaching materials of the two methods of syllables for students’ own choice. Students can also choose to learn the Chinese Simplified characters, the Center is also equipped with the adequate personnel and materials for which. The Regular courses consist of a combination of cultural classes and the formatted Chinese lessons.
- Suitable for…: Short-term exchanges, long-term language programs, additional Chinese language courses for foreign students studying at Taiwan, people that are already working but wishes to further develop their Chinese language abilities, students that are taking up Chinese language study for a specific field of use/knowledge.