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Taipei, Taiwan

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  • Office hours: Monday-Friday, 08:30am-17:00pm 8th floor, Administration Building, National Chengchi University Address: 11605 No. 64, Section 2, Zhinan Road, Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan R.O.C. TEL: 886-2-29387729 FAX: 886-2-29399850 Email:

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About the National Chengchi University (NCCU) Exchange Program

The Exchange Program at National Chengchi University in Taipei, Taiwan is open to nominated students currently enrolled at NCCU's partner universities worldwide (see list HERE). The exchange program is a comprehensive cooperation between the university in Taipei and its partner universities around the world, providing opportunities for students of diverse nationalities in the study of Chinese language, history, and culture, as well as full-time degree courses and curricula. It allows students to engage in full-time Mandarin study or regular academic courses and live in the school's dormitories or International House while participating in campus activities and experiencing life in Taiwan.


 About the Office of International Cooperation at National Chengchi University (NCCU)

Internationalization has been one of the endeavors of National Chengchi University (NCCU). As a result, the Center of International Education and Exchange (IEE) was established in 2004, which later became the Office of International Cooperation (OIC). Under the leadership of the first director of the Center, Dr. Yeh-Yun Lin, numerous goals were set, which included increasing the quantity and quality of English-taught courses and programs at NCCU, creating an international learning environment, and expanding international student and faculty exchange.


In 2006, Dr. Shu-Heng Chen took over the leadership of IEE. Under his guidance and management, IEE/OIC has continued to carry forward and enhance the goals and ideals of globalization. In 2012/2013 academic year, the total numbers of NCCU’s university level partners have been increased to over 260, the total numbers of incoming and outgoing exchange students have been increased to 1,000 each year, and there are over 500 degree seeking international students at NCCU.


In order to receive and manage the large number of international students, extensive efforts have been developed to create an  international environment, e.g. the establishment of over 600 English taught courses, Chinese language teaching, numerous social, cultural, and academic activities to service foreign students. In addition, OIC has initiated programs to encourage Faculty Ambassador and Faculty/Researcher Exchange.


What’s driven the OIC leader and staff to initiate and continue to develop this endeavor is the strong sense of vision and mission - to benefit students and faculty to expand their global academic and cultural horizon, and to provide opportunities for them to be trained as valuable social leaders and global citizens. The numbers of exchange activities may continue to vary, but the unity of vision and mission will never waiver.