- 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
Taipei Language Institute (TLI)
Basic Information of the School
Location：Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung
Year of Establishment：1956
About the Programs
- Start Time: Anytime
- Teaching Materials: Can choose between the various kinds of materials provided, or even those of your own choice
- Number of Students Per Class: One-by-one, or in groups of more than 3 students per class
- The Taipei School is located near the Metro Guting Station and the Taipower Building Station, thus offering convenience in transportation and for living.
- As the first private Chinese language school in Taiwan, TLI was listed by China News as one of the Top 10 Language Schools internationally. With 4 branch schools in Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung, students enjoy a high level of freedom and flexibility in choosing where to study. Well-known for the flexible start dates and versatile programs available, TLI also offer customized programs for you to apply for if you are looking into language programs of a specific aspect (e.g. Language program from a political perspective, for shopping and travelling, or even special dialectical programs and business Chinese courses). Students are given great flexibility in tailor-designing their unique specified language program, as they can decide the time, date, length, content, teaching materials, number of students per class and any other special requirements for their own preferences.
- 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.