|Restrictions:||GW applicants only|
|Minimum GPA:||3||Language(s) of Instruction:||Chinese, English|
|Class Status:||Graduate||Open to non-GW students:||No|
|Level of Immersion:||Fully Integrated|
National Chengchi University
“It was nice to take the IMBA classes because most of them were intensive and over in a short time period. I enjoyed taking classes in the International Master's in International Studies program … NCCU assigns buddies to each incoming exchange student, which is great. I had the best buddy at NCCU and we spoke often and hung out together at least once a week.” Alissa Medley, Global MBA ’13. Spent the fall 2013 semester at NCCU.
The National Chengchi University (NCCU) was established in 1927 and the Department of Business Administration was established in 1962 under a cooperative program with the University of Michigan. The mission of this department is to be a leading research and teaching institute in Asia-Pacific region. By capitalizing on the unique geographic position of Taiwan, it strives for globalization and localization of research and teaching.
Is this program for me?
NCCU's College of Commerce offers the premier English-taught MBA program in Taiwan. The program has dual accreditation by AACSB and EQUIS and emphasizes the cultivation of elite professionals from around the world into future business leaders in an international environment. The unique design of the IMBA curriculum aims to equip students with the foundational knowledge of commerce and leverage on this to provide students with a global view as well as an Asian perspective of the world's latest business trends.
The NCCU exchange is open to all degree-seeking graduate students within the School of Business.
The Republic of China (Taiwan) ranks among the top fifteen trading countries in the world today. It also enjoys one of the highest living standards in Asia. The island of Taiwan is located about 120 miles off the eastern shores of Mainland China, approximately central between Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and the Philippines. Taipei City is Taiwan’s capital and the center of economic, cultural, and political activities. You will find in Taipei City a combination of tradition and modernity in its architecture styles and vigorous cultural activities.
NCCU academic year is comprised of two semesters: Fall & Spring.
Fall Semester: Mid-September - Mid-January
Spring Semester: Late February - Late June
*Exact dates may vary depending on NCCU Academic Calendar.
Course registration is carried out by students online. Exchange students can choose from a wide range of courses offered in English every semester. Graduate exchange students may enroll in MBA elective courses, but priority is given to IMBA students for enrollment in elective coursework. Click HERE for a list of English-taught courses by semester. Exchange students may also take classes through other Master's programs in English at NCCU.
Language of Instruction
Courses are offered in English. Exchange students have the option of enrolling in a part-time Mandarin class. A fee may be associated with the Mandarin course. Scholarships for the Mandarin course may be available to exchange students. Note that GWSB students cannot earn GW credits for participation in Mandarin language coursework.
International exchange students can apply for accommodation in on-campus housing at NCCU. The university also has an off-campus International House that offers double and single rooms. NCCU provides additional suggestions for off campus housing and a buddy program of student volunteers provides support in finding off campus housing. Additional information on housing is available HERE.
Exchange students have full access to the career center. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with The F. David Fowler Career Center prior to departure for the exchange.
Click HERE for cost estimates.
This exchange is managed by Global & Experiential Education in The George Washington University School of Business. Please set up an appointment to meet with Lisa Brancheau at email@example.com prior to applying to an exchange program. Students are encouraged to visit our website for answers to frequently asked questions.
Fall Exchange - March 15th
Spring Exchange - September 15th