I’ve been thinking about going to Taida (NTU) to get my Master’s in Chinese literature next year … I already have my B.A. in Chinese Language & Literature, and am doing a year at NTNU’s Mandarin Training Centre to improve my reading/writing, etc.
Anyway, I’ve checked out the requirements for foreign students applying to the grad school at NTU, and the requirements seem ridiculously easy, so I want to see if anyone here has either gone to grad school at NTU, knows someone who does, or knows anything about the procedures.
Basically, their website says that all you need is your B.A. diploma, university transcripts, health check, statement of purpose, and two letters of recommendation (one from a Chinese teacher who can attest to your Chinese proficiency). It doesn’t say anything about an entrance exam or anything like that … which seems a little strange to me …
In order to go to grad school in China, you not only need to get a minimum of Level 6 on the Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK), but you also need to take the same graduate school entrance exam as the Chinese students (which would be impossible, IMO, for a foreigner to pass).
So, does anyone have any info? Thanks in advance!