Registration and Placement Test

For 2021 Spring semester, NTU will offer online General and Enhancing Chinese Courses for NTU international students who are unable to enter Taiwan. For international students in Taiwan, courses will be offered in-person.

IMPORTANT: REGISTRATION for General & Enhancing Chinese Courses

New incoming international students who requested to apply for General and Enhancing Chinese Course will receive a follow up email for registration. Students must follow the email instruction and submit the completed registration form online before 12:00(noon), January 29, 2021.

After registration, individual student will receive another email instruction to take Online Placement Test on February 21. You will be assigned with specific time slot between 9:00am to 12:00pm (Taipei, Taiwan time) to take this test. 

For international students entering second year of study or above, please contact ntuplusacademy@ntu.edu.tw to apply for General and Enhancing Chinese Course before January 29.

General Chinese Courses are offered only for NTU's international students and can be added only by NTU staff after students submit the registration form. Students who wish to take the course are required to register and take the placement test on the designated date and place(Bring Student ID Card or Admission Letter and a pen.)

Date and Time (Only for 2021 Spring semester New PhD Degree students in Taiwan.)

09:00, Sunday, February 21, 2021

New International Students who applied for General Chinese Course please come to your registration time according to your NTU Student ID number (see the chart below). Students who have taken General/Enhancing Chinese Courses for the first semester will be automatically enrolled in the second semester to next level. Please confirm your Chinese courses on the Course Selection System at the end of Week One. 

Please find your registration time according to your NTU Student ID number: (Not applicable for 2021 Spring)

Time Slot

If your student ID starts with...

Examples

9:00 - 9:30

A, C, R, D

A09141101

9:30 - 10:00

T091

T09102130

10:00 - 10:30

T092~T093

T09202103

10:30 - 11:00

T094~096、T098~099、T09A、T09B

T09401101

11:00 - 11:30

T097

T09704115

11:30 - 12:00

B、Others

B09701129

 

Students must bring:

1) Your Student ID Card or Admission Letter
2) A Pen

Those who have never learn Chinese before may be opt-out of the placement test. However, you are still required to come to the registration. Your absence on that day will be considered as cancellation of enrollment, so it is imperative that you arrive on time. The placement test may take about one to one and a half hour after registration.


Students will:

1) Fill out the registration form(click and see the sample).

2) Choose day class or night class and decide whether to add Enhancing Chinese or not.

Chinese Levels General Chinese Enhancing Chinese
Elementary /Intermediate
Advanced Levels
Day Class
Mon, Wed, Fri: 8:10 to 10:00
Tue, Thu
8:10 to 10:00
Elementary Levels Night Class
Mon, Wed: 18:25 to 21:05
Intermediate/Advanced Levels Night Class
Tue, Thu: 18:25 to 21:05


3) Take written test (Students who are complete beginners don't need to take any test).

4) Take oral test.

5) Check the placement results on OIA website (News) one week later.

Place

Liberal Education Classroom Building (Room 301)

 

Make-up registration/ placement test

No make-up registration/placement test for 2021 Spring.

For those who cannot arrive in Taiwan by February 15, 2020, you shall notify OIA (ntuplusacademy@ntu.edu.tw) and go to Chinese Language Division (CLD) with your NTU admission letter and passport for the registration and make-up placement test at the following prescribed time.

Venue: Chinese Language Division (CLD) 文學院語文中心 (Language Building)

Time: 13:00-13:30, February 19, 2020

The make-up placement test is only offered to those who arrive in Taiwan later than the prescribed registration day (February 15). If you miss the registration day and placement test for other reasons, no make-up registration and make-up test are allowed and you will not be able to attend the General Chinese Course and Enhancing Course.


Last update : 2021 / 03 / 18