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Undergraduate Program

Our main aim is to instill confidence in the students to communicate naturally in English. Highly experienced faculty use a wide range of creative methodology and stimulating techniques to enhance the students core skills. We are not only lucky to have a worldwide network of sister universities for students to interact with, but a strong cooperation with a variety of industries. Here students can hone their fluency as they are immersed in real life scenarios. For those whose dream is to become an English teacher our department has a great cooperation with the Teaching Education Center which helps in training excellent teachers for the future. 

Curriculum Features

Undergraduate courses are centered on two aspects: Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) and Business English.

In order to improve the competitiveness of students in their future careers, we have carefully designed the core subjects of the profession, carried out further practical training, and strengthened career-related courses. At the same time, in order to promote language learning, special emphasis is placed on the following aspects: audio-visual teaching and computer-assisted language learning. The department requires students to take exams to prove that they have reached the basic language requirements for undergraduate graduation. Their minimum score requirements are as follows: TOEFL Written Test, 527; CBT TOEFL, 197; TOEIC, 700; IELTS, 5.5; or GEPT High Intermediate.

Program Information

--Four years

The project recruits high school or vocational school graduates. The course has two modules: English Teaching and Business English. The courses in the first two years is focused on the development of basic English skills and certain general education courses. In the third and fourth years, courses in the following two areas are offered:

1. Courses to improve advanced English skills, include: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Translation and Interpretation.

2. Courses related directly to English Teaching or Business Oral and Written Communication.

 Employment Opportunities
Graduates from this department have a wide range of career options. They can choose to work in many English-related fields, such as Government Overseas Offices, the Bureau of International Trade, Taiwan External Trade Development Council, Foreign Exchange Departments of Domestic and Overseas Banks, trading companies, insurance companies, newspaper offices, broadcasting companies or TV stations, information technology companies, primary or high schools and children’s English learning institutes. Potential positions include senior secretaries, negotiation representatives, public relations officials, interpreters and teachers.


Students can establish contact with other students from sister universities in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Japan or South Korea through the Internet, build up English writing and communication skills, and more fully realize the practical purpose of English. In addition, through cooperation with overseas sister universities, the department has opened a bachelor's and master's dual degree program, encouraging students to study abroad for credit or non-credit courses.