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Internship in Taiwan

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TEEP

Internship in Taiwan

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WHY TAIWAN?

  • Government Approved

    TEEP was launched in 2015 by the Taiwan Ministry of Education (MOE). Every TEEP affiliated university program in Taiwan submits an annual budget and planning proposal for MOE review and approval. All programs must comply with government regulations to ensure the basic rights of international students and education quality.

  • Scholarship Grants

    To help students meet living expenses, most programs provide scholarships to eligible TEEP participants, with an MOE-mandated maximum stipend of 15,000 NTD per month. The actual stipend amount is determined by each program director.

  • Internship

    TEEP participants will be placed in a laboratory, research unit, enterprise or elementary/secondary school, and provided with opportunities to attend seminars, Chinese language courses and cultural activities to enhance their professional capabilities.

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Culture & Humanity

Taiwan has a multi-ethnic population of more than 23 million, and is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Following democratic reforms in the 1980s, Taiwan has emerged as an indispensable global partner. Despite its small size, Taiwan is a critical center of traditional Chinese culture which is reflected in the daily lives of the people, from the historic temples that dot the city streets to the irreplaceable artistic and cultural treasures that fill the National Palace Museum. Taiwan is also the world’s leading center for learning Mandarin Chinese, along with traditional Chinese writing. Over 40 universities and independent institutes offer comprehensive language instruction year round, providing a variety of courses for students of various proficiency levels.

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Nature Science

Science and technology are at the heart of Taiwan’s progress and economic rise. Committed to keeping abreast of the latest developments in science and technology, the government has allocated an ever-increasing portion of its budget and manpower to research and development. In 2019, Taiwan ranked 6th worldwide for the number of U.S. patents granted. And, as its world rankings in Science Citation Index and Engineering Index papers continued to climb, Taiwan is well on its way to becoming a knowledge-based society. According to the Institute for Management Development (IMD) “2019 World Competitiveness Yearbook”, Taiwan ranked 2th in the world in the “High-tech Export” field.

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Agriculture & Fishery

While Taiwan is known today as a high-tech powerhouse, its farming and fishery sectors have produced wonders in their own right. Taiwan’s farmers have successfully transitioned to a modern export-oriented economy by applying state-of-the-art techniques and technologies and diversifying into high value-added products. Taiwan boasts a broad variety of climatic zones, rich soil and dedicated, knowledgeable farmers, producing a remarkable array of fruits, vegetables and grains. Also, conscientious application of appropriate science and technology has led to the development of rearing high-end aquaculture products, high-quality seeds and seafood processing technology. In 2017, Taiwan’s agricultural production exceeded 528 billion New Taiwan Dollars, of which farm crops accounted for 51%, livestock for 32%, and fishery products for 17%.

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Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan (English Subtitle)

Come and Join us. You will find out your own impression of Taiwan.

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TEEP@NKNU 2017 Winter Elite Study in Southern Taiwan

2017-2018 TEEP@India Program 教育部「優秀外國青年來台蹲點計畫」 接待單位:國立高雄師範大學 華語文教學研究所 高師大TEEP係以印度大學生為主要對象,設計科技、華語、文化結合的特殊課程型態,以符合印度當地需求。 高師大TEEP頗受好評,共有28位印度大學及研究生參加,在台長達9週,規模及時間為本年度TEEP印度區域之冠。課程主要包括三部分:每週6小時的華語課程、6小時的文化課程及科技參訪活動、全英科技專題講座

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TEEP@NCCU Silvia Medina 哥倫比亞篇(Colombia)

Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan: The Colombian girl came to Taiwan for studying. She participated TEEP during the last semester of exchanging students' life. She expected to understand much more about Taiwan through this project.

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TEEP NCCU Experience

The recap for my TEEP experience in this Fall semester 2017.

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TEEP─新加坡女孩的蹲點體驗

Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan: A girl from Singapore came to Taiwan for studying. She joins TEEP during last October and December. She expects to understand much more about Taiwan through this project.

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TEEP@NCCU Lucie捷克篇(Czech)

Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan: The czechish girl came to Taiwan for studying. She participated TEEP during the last semester of exchanging students' life. She expected to understand much more about Taiwan through this project.

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TEEP@NCCU 吉里巴斯篇( Kiribati)

Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan: The girl from Kiribati came to Taiwan for studying. She participated TEEP during winter break. She expects to understand much more about Taiwan through this project.

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TEEP─蒙古女孩深入造訪台南

Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan: 3 Mongolian girls came to Taiwan for studying. They join TEEP during last October and December. They expect to understand much more about Taiwan through this project.

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TEEP@NCCU Lilian 德國篇(Germany)

Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan: The German girl came to Taiwan for studying. She participated TEEP during the last semester of exchanging students' life. She expected to understand much more about Taiwan through this project.

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TEEP@NCCU Jolien 荷蘭篇(Netherlands)

Connecting the World with Your On-site Experience in Taiwan: The Dutch girl came to Taiwan for studying. She participated TEEP during the last semester of exchanging students' life. She expected to understand much more about Taiwan through this project.