[quote=“tsukinodeynatsu”]Got quite a few friends who are going through some…!
Generally 100% English taught programmes are English Lit. (and then only if there’s a special reason why - i.e. this year’s English Lit first years at my school are being taught entirely in English because they have a Ecuadorean who spoke neither Chinese nor English in the class). Most programmes are taught in Chinese but all of the material is in English. Some instructions and homework is Chinese, and exams, and generally you just have to go to the teacher and say ‘I don’t speak Chinese’ and they sort something out for you.[/quote]
That’s quite an impriovement from before, where even English literature was taught in Chinese. sigh
Yes, more and more courses are being offered by universities in English, not inbly literture, but most other subjects. So, it depends on what teh OP wants to study here. There are many options.
Tyebud, what would you like to study? What are you interested in? You can still take Chinese lessons on the side, it can be an all taught in English, all taught in Chinese, taught in both, but most importantly, what is your interest? If only Chinese, what about the Chinese mayor in NTNU? It is taught in Linkou, and you get something like a BA in Chinese for foreigners.
MBAs are aplenty, and there are more options taught in English if that’s a factor. Any specific preference?