CET Taiwan

National Taiwan university library and NTU campus

Gold Standard for Language Learning

Teachers with a worldwide reputation for excellence. One-on-one instruction plus small group classes. If you want to challenge yourself and see unbelievable results, you couldn’t make a better choice. But don’t take our word for it. After you’ve covered a year’s worth of Chinese in one term, you’ll see why ICLP is the gold standard.
CET Taiwan student at his internship

Substantive Internships

Work at a startup incubator. Or go behind the scenes at the Taiwan Office of Trade & Investment or the US Department of Commerce. Whether you’re interested in the high-tech sector, politics, or the environment, we can land you an internship in the private, civil, or government sector. Figure out whether a career in Mainland China or in Taiwan is for you—and impress your future employer with strong Chinese and work experience.
Taiwan street

Taiwan: Perfect location

A paradise for nature lovers, foodies, and entrepreneurs everywhere, there’s no shortage of opportunities to explore what interests you. Take advantage of Taiwan’s status as a key player in the high-tech industry with an internship. Feast at a night market. Watch a little league game. Bike the riverside. On weekends, explore Tainan or hop a flight to Hong Kong.

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Spring 03/07/2018 05/30/2018 12 Weeks 15 $14,990
What’s Included
2 Semesters of Chinese November 1
Fall 09/10/2018 12/19/2018 14 Weeks 15 $14,990
What’s Included
2 Semesters of Chinese May 1
Summer Learn More About the Summer Program
CET Taiwan students make pottery

Program Fee Breakdown

Of the total program fee, $13,590 goes to tuition & fees, and $1,400 goes to housing.

Spring or Fall

$14,990/ Semester

Out-of-Pocket Expenses

We estimate that you’ll need an additional $1,850 for airfare and $1,200 for meals. Students typically spend about $1,450 on personal expenses, too.

What's Included

Activities & Excursions

The activities & excursions that we arrange are included in your tuition. All you need to do is get on the bus.


We arrange your housing in a fully furnished apartment in downtown Taipei.

Visa Support

We guide you step-by-step through the visa process. You do the legwork, but we’ll make sure you have the documentation & information you need, when you need it.

Course Materials & Transcript

Your textbooks & course supplies are covered and waiting for you in Taipei. We’ll send you an official transcript at the end of the term, too.

Medical Insurance

We provide you medical insurance. Insurance is comprehensive and includes coverage for medical evacuation.

Staff Support

We support your journey, every step of the way. From pre-departure to orientation to on-site to re-entry. We’re here to help.


Need money? CET offers over $300,000 in scholarship awards each year. You can apply for a CET scholarship, or learn about other sources of funding, like Diversity Abroad or the Fund for Education Abroad.

Application Requirements

CET’s admissions requirements include an online application form, a transcript, a foreign language writing sample, and one letter of recommendation. Our programs are designed for undergraduates who maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.0. However, admissions decisions are made on a case-by-case basis, so students with lower GPAs are encouraged to apply. CET programs are open to students from any US college or university.

What's Not Included

The program fee does not include round-trip transportation to & from Taiwan, meals, items & services of a personal nature, and medical expenses not covered by the insurance provided.

Price Subject to Change

CET reserves the right to increase quoted charges at any time without prior notification, based on increased instruction costs, exchange rate fluctuation or other cost increases beyond CET’s control. This right includes, but is not limited to, surcharging students for additional costs incurred due to under-enrollment in any given course.