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來建國學華語

建國科技大學華語課程規劃書

                                                                                                 2017.12.28 語言中心華語組

一、本校華語開班課程如下:

 





課程類別

課程說明

開設課程

招生對象

課程類型

學費

團體課程

1. 12週為一期

2. 週一至周五上課。

3. 每周15小時

4. 4人即成班

實用華語會話班

境外生、

本地外籍人士

團體

課程

附加

課程

$27,000

2小時

1 小時

個別課程

1. 客製化課程

2. 每期課程24小時。

3. 三人以下班級

一對一(或二)

實用華語會話班

本地外籍人士

依學生需求而定,可上日常會話、商務華語、旅遊華語等等

1. 個別一人:一小時學費$560 /

2. 兩人一班:一小時學費$350 /

3. 三人一班:一小時學費$250 /

本校外籍生華語課程

1. 依據個別入學時程,當學年或是次學期,編入適當程度班級。

2. 課程時程:最晚為學期結束週

實用華語會話班

所有隸屬於本校外籍學生

日常會話

1.可免費參加入學第一年的華語課程。

2. 同一人欲參加第二年華語課程,收費依據個別課程收費辦法。

短期遊學團

1. 短期的遊學課程。

2. 課程客製化。

華語與文化研習營

國外招生

語文課程、語音練習、學習測驗、體育活動、文化之旅、民俗文化課程、專題講座、看影片學華語等。

1. 個別一人:一小時學費$560 /

2. 兩人一班:一小時學費$350 /

3. 三人一班:一小時學費$250 /

4. 四人以上:一小時學費$150 /人

政府計劃案專班

1. 上課週數:18

2. 上課時間:各系自行決定

 

專案入學生

 

1.可免費參加一年課程。

2. 同一人欲參加第二年華語課程,收費依據個別課程收費辦法。

備註

1. 申請來台研習中文簽證者,每日需上課3小時(2小時團體課程+1小時附加課程),週一至周五,每周15小時。

2. 附加課程有:發音與漢字練習、主題式視聽課程、TOCFL考試加強課、一對一口語練習、每日一句語法練習等等。附加課程內容由語言中心華語組決定。

3. 非持來台研習中文簽證者(持工作簽證或其他簽證可合法居留於臺灣者),可自由選擇上課每天2個小時(僅上團體課程),或3個小時(團體課程+11附加課程)

4. 團體課程未至基本人數,則不予開班,或可選擇個別班別。


 

二、課程說明

        1. 學位生課程地圖

 

 

二、學位生修習華語課程辦法:

1. 入學前須參加本校華語基礎能力模擬測驗,未達到等同TOCFL A1標準者,需修習初階華語課程(Level 1),每週上課九小時,學期評量及格者,授予兩學分。

2. 模擬華語基礎能力測驗達到等同TOCFL A1標準者,可直接修習基礎華語課程(Level 2),每週上課九小時,學期評量及格者,授予兩學分。

3. 凡完成初階華語與基礎課程者,須通過華語能力測驗或模擬測驗A2(進階級),才能入系上課。

4. 第一期華語課程修課成績不及格者,第二期必須重新上原級數課程。

5. 欲修習第三期暨以後的華語課程,收費辦法依華語生收費標準。

 

 

CTU Chinese Language Section Mandarin Classes

Type of Class

Description

Levels

Type of Course

Tuition

Regular Mandarin Courses

1. 12 weeks a term

2. Monday –Friday

3. 15 hours per week

4. Minimum 4 persons

Beginning,

Low Intermediate,

Intermediate,

Advanced

Group Course

Affiliated Course

$27,000   

(Textbooks are exclusive.)

2 hours

1 hour

Private courses

1. Customized Courses

2. 24 hours a term

3. maximum 3 persons

1. Class schedule times are flexible.

2. Private Mandarin lessons at CTU can be taken from 2 to 4 hours per day with the weekly amount ranging from 2 to 20 hours per week depending on your requirements.

1. NT $560 /per hour with 1-member class/person

2. NT $350/per hour with 2-member class/person

3. NT $250 /per hour with 3-member class/person

(Textbooks are exclusive.)

1.Students who stay in Taiwan with Mandarin learning visa needs to take 3 hours course everyday(group course+ affiliated course)

2. Students stay without Mandarin learning visa can choose 2 hours(group course only) or 3 hours(group course+ affiliated course ) every day or private courses

3. Affiliated courses: practice of pronunciation and Chinese characters, audio-visual course, practice of TOCFL test, practice of grammars. Contents of affiliated courses decided by CTULC.

 


Residents Visas for Studying Mandarin Chinese

REQUIREMENTS

DESCRIPTION

Application form

Go to website: https://visawebapp.boca.gov.tw Fill out the application form online and print it out. Make sure the application form shows a bar code on it. Sign the application form.

Two color passport-size photos

Paste on the application form two color passport-size photos with a white background taken within 6 months.

Passport and one photocopy of the passport

The passport must be valid for at least 6 months and there are blank pages left in it. One photocopy of the passport bio-page including the holders picture is required.

Original and one photocopy of health certificate

  1. The health certificate should be issued within 3 months by one of the local hospitals designated by the Centers for Disease Control of Ministry of Health and Welfare of the R.O.C. (Taiwan) or a foreign hospital. Health certificates issued by foreign hospitals must be authenticated by an R.O.C. (Taiwan) overseas mission.
  2. Visit the website of the Centers for Disease Control at http://www.cdc.gov.tw/rwd/english for health checkup items and the list of designated local hospitals.

Original and one photocopy of certificate of enrollment with record of registration

  1. The certificate of enrollment and record of registration should be issued by one of the Mandarin Chinese Learning Centers affiliated to universities accredited by the Ministry of Education.
  2. Check the website of the Ministry of Education for the list of the Mandarin Chinese Learning Centers.
  3. The certificate of enrollment must indicate completion of 4 months of study and registration for continued study for at least another 3 months.
  4. Weekly hours of attendance, Monday to Friday, must not be fewer than 15 hours.

Original and one photocopy of record of attendance

Hours of absence including those taken on a leave must not exceed a quarter of total class hours.

Original and one photocopy of transcripts

The school transcripts from the period of study.

Study plan

Study motives should be included.

Original and one photocopy of proof of financial support

Bank statements or records of remittance, etc.

Other supporting documents

To be decided on a case-by-case basis. Applicants who apply for a Resident Visa after having arrived in the R.O.C. (Taiwan) are required to present also one photocopy of the Visitor Visa and the immigration entry stamp.

 

 

Application Procedure

Applicants who have entered the R.O.C. (Taiwan) on a Visitor Visa with an annotation indicating studying Chinese as the purpose of visit, have completed 4 months of study, have registered for continued study for at least another 3 months, and have not been absent from class for over a quarter of total class hours, may apply to the Bureau of Consular Affairs or any of its Central, Southwestern, Southern, or Eastern Taiwan Offices for a Resident Visa, without having to leave Taiwan, no later than one week before the duration of stay expires.

 

Notice

1.    Visa issuance is an act of sovereignty.  According to the “Statute Governing Issuance of R.O.C. Visas in Foreign Passport” and “Enforcement Rules for the Issuance of R.O.C. Visas to Foreign-Passport Holders,” the R.O.C. reserves the right not to issue a visa and is under no obligation to disclose the reason. Application fee for no-issuance cases is non-refundable.

2.    Processing of Resident Visa application inside the R.O.C. (Taiwan) takes 7 work days.  Resident Visa applicants are advised to apply to the Bureau of Consular Affairs 7 work days before the duration of stay expires.  Application will be turned down and fee not refunded in the event that required documents are not submitted in full within 7 days after the applicant is informed by the Bureau of Consular Affairs. In the event that the applicant’s duration of stay expires while the Resident Visa is under processing and eventually rejected, the applicant is to assume the sole responsibility of overstay and the penalty therefore imposed.

3.    Original documents are to be returned after review.  Documents produced outside of the R.O.C. (Taiwan) must be authenticated by an R.O.C. (Taiwan) overseas mission.  Documents that are in languages other than Chinese or English must be accompanied by a Chinese- or English-translation version.  The original-language documents and the accompanying Chinese- or English-translation version must be authenticated by an R.O.C. (Taiwan) overseas mission.

4.    For visa application fees, please refer to “Standard Fees for R.O.C. (Taiwan) Visas in Foreign Passports”(pdf file).

5.    Those who enter the R.O.C. (Taiwan) without a visa or with a landing visa and those who enter the R.O.C. (Taiwan) on a Visitor Visa not for the purpose of studying Chinese may not apply for a Resident Visa or an extension of duration of stay on the ground of studying Chinese.

6.    Those who enter the R.O.C. (Taiwan) on a Resident Visa or get a Resident Visa after  having arrived in the R.O.C. (Taiwan) must apply for an Alien Resident Certificate and Re-entry Permit at local service centers of National Immigration Agency. The former must apply within 15 days from the next day of arrival, and the latter must apply within 15 days from the Resident Visa issuance date.  Duration of stay is noted on the Alien Resident Certificate.

7.    Obtaining a school admission permit does not guarantee the issuance of a Resident Visa.  Obtaining a Resident Visa does not entitle the visa holder to enter the R.O.C.(Taiwan).

 

ABBREVIATIONS

1.    BOCA - Bureau of Consular Affairs

2.    R.O.C. - Republic of China

3.    R.O.C. overseas missions- R.O.C. embassies, consulates and representative offices, or other agencies authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the R.O.C.

MOFA -Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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