Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature - Bachelors Undergraduate Program By National Taiwan Normal University |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 101-150QS Subject Rankings

Tuitionfee

1,494 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

Modern LanguagesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

The Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature (TCLL) at National Taiwan Normal University is the first department ever founded in Taiwan devoted to an integrated study of Taiwan culture, languages and literature. Together with applied programs on language/communication and cultural/creative industries, the Department provides students with alternative courses to foster diversified and interdisciplinary research perspectives on Taiwan studies.

Following the ROC Ministry of Education (MOE) adoption of a nativist stance toward Taiwan studies, in February 2002, Professor Chuang Wan-shou, together with Professor Yao Rong-song and Professor Hsu Chun-ya drafted a proposal for the establishment of the predecessor of the Department, "the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature." Permission of the Master´s program was granted in July of the same year, and the Graduate Institute was inaugurated in August 2003. Later on, an In-Service Master´s program began in 2006 in order to nurture specialists both in Taiwan studies and mother tongue education. In 2008, a Ph.D. program was created to further advance the field of Taiwan studies. Moreover, student admissions for the undergraduate program began in 2011. At the same time, the Ph.D. program, the Master´s program, the In-service and the undergraduate programs were integrated under the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature. It is hoped that the Department can nurture new talents in Taiwan studies from a wide range of educational level.

With programs from bachelor´s degree to master´s & Ph.D. degrees, the Department is currently one of the most distinctive institutes dedicated to both teaching and research areas. Moreover, the department promotes researches on Taiwan studies continuously through a wide range of academic activities, such as organizing lectures and conferences, conducting academic projects and international cooperations. With the release of its academic journal, Monumenta Taiwanica, and the cooperation with the International Taiwan Studies Center at the College of Liberal Arts, the department is committed to a balance of localization with internationalization, theory with practice, and tradition with innovation, aiming to lead a forward-looking trend on Taiwan studies.

Provided with sufficient research resources and programs of international and interdisciplinary perspectives, students are expected to gain both general and specific knowledge and skills, which, on the one hand, can equip them for advanced studies, and on the other hand, can be applied to promote Taiwan´s nativist education and cultural construction. It is hoped that with these endeavors, graduates of the Department can put their expertise into practice and contribute to society.

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

The Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature (TCLL) at National Taiwan Normal University is the first department ever founded in Taiwan devoted to an integrated study of Taiwan culture, languages and literature. Together with applied programs on language/communication and cultural/creative industries, the Department provides students with alternative courses to foster diversified and interdisciplinary research perspectives on Taiwan studies.

Following the ROC Ministry of Education (MOE) adoption of a nativist stance toward Taiwan studies, in February 2002, Professor Chuang Wan-shou, together with Professor Yao Rong-song and Professor Hsu Chun-ya drafted a proposal for the establishment of the predecessor of the Department, "the Graduate Institute of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature." Permission of the Master´s program was granted in July of the same year, and the Graduate Institute was inaugurated in August 2003. Later on, an In-Service Master´s program began in 2006 in order to nurture specialists both in Taiwan studies and mother tongue education. In 2008, a Ph.D. program was created to further advance the field of Taiwan studies. Moreover, student admissions for the undergraduate program began in 2011. At the same time, the Ph.D. program, the Master´s program, the In-service and the undergraduate programs were integrated under the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature. It is hoped that the Department can nurture new talents in Taiwan studies from a wide range of educational level.

With programs from bachelor´s degree to master´s & Ph.D. degrees, the Department is currently one of the most distinctive institutes dedicated to both teaching and research areas. Moreover, the department promotes researches on Taiwan studies continuously through a wide range of academic activities, such as organizing lectures and conferences, conducting academic projects and international cooperations. With the release of its academic journal, Monumenta Taiwanica, and the cooperation with the International Taiwan Studies Center at the College of Liberal Arts, the department is committed to a balance of localization with internationalization, theory with practice, and tradition with innovation, aiming to lead a forward-looking trend on Taiwan studies.

Provided with sufficient research resources and programs of international and interdisciplinary perspectives, students are expected to gain both general and specific knowledge and skills, which, on the one hand, can equip them for advanced studies, and on the other hand, can be applied to promote Taiwan´s nativist education and cultural construction. It is hoped that with these endeavors, graduates of the Department can put their expertise into practice and contribute to society.

Admission requirements

Sep

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

747 USD
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International Students

1,494 USD
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