• Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student
• 2.5 cumulative GPA
• Language Pre-requisite: None
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students only
• Good academic and disciplinary standing


Chinese (Mandarin), history, philosophy, psychology, political science, sociology, economics, journalism, international studies

Classroom Language

Chinese, English


Residence Hall

Program Duration

Academic Year: August - June
Spring: January - June

Future durations will be posted at a later date.

Questions about this program?
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Taiwan, Taipei
National Chengchi University Exchange

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Become immersed in the rich culture and history of Taiwan while studying at National Chengchi University. This program allows participants to directly enroll in university courses in a variety of fields while studying alongside Taiwanese and international students from around the world. This program is ideal for students from a variety of majors who are interested in Taiwanese culture while taking coursework in either English or Chinese.

Taipei, the capital city of Taiwan, is located in the northern tip of the island, on the Danshui River. Taipei is an international city with superb restaurants, modern hotels, ancient temples, and churches. Taipei is also internationally known for its traditional Taiwanese and neo-Chinese cuisine. The National Palace Museum, located at the northwest edge of the city, contains the greatest collection of Chinese art in the world. Nestled in a basin surrounded by the well hiked Yangming Mountains, greater Taipei is a bustling, high-tech city with some six million residents.

Learning Objectives

We have overall Goals and Expectations for Study Abroad Participants, covering the personal, academic and professional aspects of study abroad. Additionally on this program, you can:
  • Strengthen language skills
  • Navigate new educational systems, as well as new learning and teaching styles
  • Observe Taiwanese perspectives on academic disciplines