Studying at Feng Chia University will provide you the opportunity to experience education from within the classrooms as well as living the culture, due to your daily exposure to Mandarin and Taiwanese.

The full study program consists of nine levels, though entering students who have studied Mandarin before can start at a higher level that better suits their proficiency. Classes proceed continuously during the university's summer and winter vacations, with only a one-week break after the Summer quarter and a two-week break for Chinese New Year.

Quarters are fixed as follows:

Spring Quarter 5 Mar – 31 May
Summer Quarter 5 Jun – 31 Aug
Autumn Quarter 5 Sep – 30 Nov
Winter Quarter 5 Dec – 28 Feb
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Starting September 2008, the Ministry of Education requires that students take a minimum of 15 hours per week in order to be able to apply for a visa. These minimum 15 hours are to be made up of a combination of the required course for that level (11hours/week) and elective courses.
Cultural Trips

There are just some hot spots in Taiwan you have to see. Each quarter we take you on a one-day cultural trip which focuses on introducing different cultural or historical aspects of Taiwan's unique history and culture. From appreciating aboriginal heritage in the Aboriginal Cultural Village to admiring the priceless Jade Cabbage exhibiting at the National Palace Museum, these trips will depict for you Taiwan's history. And along the way to our destination, we travel in true Taiwanese style: singing on a full-scale karaoke system.

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Extra-curricular Activities

Our Chinese Language Center also offers a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, ranging from an on-campus contest each quarter (singing, talent show, food festival, Chinese challenge, and annual t-shirt contest, etc.) to university sponsored luncheons (Chinese New Year, Dragon Boat Festival, Moon Festival).
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