• The following documents are required for admission application, and you may send them to our email :

    On-line application at

    A copy of passport (Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months.)

    A study plan

         A statement of study goals, Chinese language ability and reasons for studying Mandarin (*There is no standard format.)

    A bank statement

         The statement should be dated within the last 3 months showing at least US$ 2,000 from the applicant's or his/her sponsor's     
         account. The sponsor's name must be given on the Bank Statement and the sponsor needs to fill in a financial guarantee form as
         well. (Note: Those who have an ARC or Taiwanese ID do not need to submit a financial statement.)

    A X-Ray check for Tuberculosis medical report in English or in Chinese within 3 months before the course begin day

    (If you do not give us the medical report, you can go to Lin Sin Hospital which the school works with to have a Chest X-Ray checkup after arriving in Taiwan. The report will be available after 10 days. You can ask them to send it to our office, so you don't have to go there again. Here is our office's address407台中市西屯區文華路100 華語中心)

    After receiving all the documents, we will issue an acceptance letter for you. With this letter and other required documents, you can apply for a visa to Taiwan in a Taiwan representative office in your country.

    Vietnamese applicants also have to hand in the following two documents: 
    a. Diploma of the highest degree and transcripts for all semesters (need to be translated into Mandarin or English) 
    b. Certificate of Language Proficiency Test as follows: 1) TOCFLTest for at least Level 1(Band A), 2) TOEFL Test (iBT) for at least 18 points, (pBT) for at least 340 points, 3) TOEIC for at least 300 points, 4) IELTS for at least 2.5 points.

    *If applications are oversubscribed, we will stop accepting applications. 
     Students must receive admission letter to make sure the application is accepted and completed.

Please Note: As of April 2004, the Government of Taiwan currently has a Mandate stating you cannot obtain a visa to study Mandarin at a Chinese Language Center in Taiwan if you are a foreign national from the following countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Cuba, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Somalia, Syria, Pakistan.