2020 Summer Lab Internship Program
Taiwan is an island like a showcase of natural attractions and cultural jewels, with unexpected marvels around every corner! The verdant valleys, hills, and forests make it an ideal destination for those who love to explore the great outdoors. You can spend days scaling Snow Mountain in Shei-pa National Park or find well-marked walks to see the wondrous views in Taroko Gorge. The capital, Taipei, is one of Asia’s finest futuristic cities. Please come and enjoy the Taipei 101 skyscraper, traditional antique temples and night markets in the sunshine of the afternoon and the cool night.
College of Science, National Taiwan Normal University offers a summer school program as a part of its goal to enhance global science education. The Summer Lab Internship Program provide various research topics as well as on opportunities to learn the Chinese language and experience the cultural in Taiwan.
✅ Applicant Eligibility
Applicants should be nominated by our contracted partner universities.
✅ Program period
July- August 2020
Please refer to the lab information for more details.
✅ Registration Time
March 1- April 10, 2020
✅ Application Details (This program is only available for cooperation institutions.)
- Please fill out the Online application form. 📥
- Upload an ID photo
- Upload an university academic transcript
- Write a brief Statement to professor.
In 100-500 words, describes why you are interested in the Lab Internship Program of NTNU, and anything else that you would like to tell the professor.
On-campus dorm room with twin/triple occupancy will be available at about US$180/month per person.
✅ Course & Fees
- Language Learning
Study at the NTNU Mandarin Language Center, the largest and the most renowned Chinese language center, US$600 per summer session (6 hours/week x 8 weeks).
- Lab Internship
Various research topic sponsored by NTNU College of Science, free to the UCD students.
✅ Travel Insurance
NTNU recommend all student should have a suitable and sufficient travel insurance to cover personal health and possessions.
A visa is required of students from certain countries. To find out whether you need to or how to apply for a visa, please contact your local consulate or refer to the website of The Bureau of Consular Affairs (BOCA) for more information : https://goo.gl/wRAu1o (U.S.A. is eligible for the visa exemption program of Taiwan, which permits a duration of stay up to 90 days.)