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CET Taiwan

Top Tier Faculty

Your professors haven’t just heard of the International Chinese Language Program (ICLP)…they’ve probably attended the program, too. For decades, ICLP has been renowned for the quality and intensity of its Chinese language instruction, and has trained academics, business leaders, and diplomats.

All of your language courses are taught by ICLP faculty. Receive individualized attention in your small classes and one-on-ones from dedicated and experienced teachers who know the material inside and out.

Full-Time, Bilingual, On-Site Staff

CET Taiwan staff help you get the most out of the program and your internship placement. They arrange your internship placement and teach your internship course. They handle housing, excursions, and day-to-day logistics, and are trained in emergency prevention and management. Got an issue with your internship? Need to see a doctor? Just want someone to talk to? The staff are your best resource.
Dale Albanese
Graduating from Ohio University in 2007 (BA in English Literature/International Studies) and eager to continue learning Mandarin after a formative study-abroad experience in China in 2004, Dale Albanese first came to Taiwan on a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, later earning a Master’s degree from the Graduate Institute of Development Studies at National Chengchi University (NCCU) in Taipei. He is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Education at NCCU. His interdisciplinary research interests include experiential learning, educational innovation, creativity, and cross-cultural experience, and his classroom experience includes teaching in programs based in Taiwan, India, and Thailand. Dale lives in Yilan County with his wife, two children, two cats, and a dog.

Dale Albanese

Resident Director

Chunling Wang
Chunling completed her undergraduate studies in English Literature at National Taiwan University in 2004 and got an MA in the same discipline at National Sun Yat-sen University in 2008. She then went on to work as a research assistant on a wide variety of government-funded education, literature and the humanities projects at both her alma maters and at National Cheng Kung University. Chunling has a special affinity for Shakespeare and has worked for three different organizations dedicated to the study of his work! While no stranger to the big city and an expert on all things National Taiwan University, Chunling was born and raised in rural southern Taiwan and loves to introduce foreign students to the unique language, culture, and geography of this region.

Chunling Wang

Internships Director & Office Manager