Session I July 01 – July 26, 2013 (four weeks)
NTU's Summer+1 makes you experience an East Asian culture and gain Mandarin Chinese competence during four weeks. The program is based on a unique mix of Exploring Taiwan courses and Mandarin Chinese lessons. Every Exploring Taiwan course is conducted in English and studies a different environmental, historical or sociocultural facet of Taiwan. Weekly field trips and social activities, such as calligraphy and martial arts classes, are offered for deeper immersion into East Asian civilization.
Session I July 01 – August 09, 2013 (six weeks)
With NTU's Summer+2, take advantage of NTU’s state-of-the-art laboratories while also taking a closer look into the island's East Asian culture. This six-week program combines laboratory research with access to our Exploring Taiwan courses (conducted in English) - four lectures and four complementary field trips investigating the topics of Taiwanese Environment and Resources and Taiwanese Social Culture.
June 23, 2013 – July 20, 2013 (four weeks)
NTU’s Summer+3 is a four-week program that makes you discover Taiwan’s biodiversity and agriculture while also taking a closer look into the island's East Asian culture through our Exploring Taiwan courses. This program offers you a deepened understanding of Taiwan’s society, geography, environment and cultural heritage. All Exploring Taiwan courses are conducted in English.
August 19, 2013 – August 30, 2013 (two weeks)
With NTU’s Summer+4 program (two weeks), conduct laboratory research in NTU’s state-of-the-art laboratories during the first week, then take part in an Animal Biotechnology Laboratory Practicum and benefit from hands-on training during the second week. You will study with distinguished NTU professors to examine core techniques of biotechnological research. The medium of instruction is English and students can explore different research interests upon discussions with professors.
June 30, 2013 – July 27, 2013 (four weeks)
Run by NTU's College of Management, the new Summer+5 program seeks to give you a real career advantage in four weeks: you will develop global business skills, bring yourself up to speed on Asian economic trends and become more familiar with the commercial culture of companies in Greater China.
June 03, 2013 – June 21, 2013 (three weeks)
NTU’s Summer+6 three-week intensive program explores international economic law, including WTO law, international business transaction law and commercial arbitration. All courses are in English and comprise case discussion.
August 20, 2013 – August 31, 2013 (two weeks)
This summer school is held by College of Social Sciences. The faculty is mainly recruited from College of Social Sciences and other research institutes. The goal of this summer school is to understand the latest development of Taiwan from the perspectives of political science, economics, sociology and journalism, foreign young students can therefore know Taiwan more comprehensively and profoundly, and have more willing to explore and communicate with Taiwan.
(For students from Harvard University)