The Chinese Overseas Flagship in Taiwan Program believes that a change of location can change perspective, and change your life. The Taiwan Capstone Year provides immersive training in Chinese language and culture.
As a part of this program, students will attend classes alongside Chinese peers at National Taiwan University, and develop professional expertise in their field of study. This opportunity provides a chance to make lasting friendships and gain the skills necessary to become a global professional!
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Students who have dual citizenship for both Taiwan and the U.S. are ineligible to participate in the Chinese Overseas Flagship in Taiwan program. Students attending the Capstone Year must be enrolled in one of the U.S. Chinese Flagship Programs. Other qualification criteria include: academic performance, linguistic skills, course requirements, as well as a personal statement that includes a study plan for the Capstone year. Please consult the Chinese Flagship program at your host institution for details.
The Chinese Overseas Flagship in Taiwan Program is funded by
The National Security Education Program and administered by the Hunter College Chinese Flagship Program.
The Language Flagship
The Language Flagship leads the nation in designing, supporting, and implementing a new paradigm for advance language education. Through an innovative partnership between the federal government and higher education, The Language Flagship seeks to graduate students who will take their place among the next generation of global professionals, commanding a superior level of proficiency in one of many languages critical to U.S. competitiveness and security.
One of twelve Chinese Flagships in the U.S., Hunter College Chinese Flagship is a rigorous honors program designed for outstanding undergraduates who seek to attain superior proficiency in Mandarin, while pursuing an academic major of their choice.