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National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

The National Changhua University of Education (NCUE) was established in 1971 in Changhua County, Taiwan. The university’s mission is to foster a holistic approach to education that emphasizes comprehensive student development. For decades, NCUE has been dedicated to the cultivation of a balanced program of teacher education, scholarly research, student development, and community service. The university employs a well-organized system for middle school teacher training and is an established contributor to various academic fields, such as education, art, science, technology, engineering, management, social sciences, and physical education.

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Group of students at National Changhua University.

Academic Eligibility

  • 2.75 GPA or higher at the time of application
  • One semester completed at Sacramento State
  • Junior or Senior standing (60+ units completed)
  • Sophomores wanting to focus on general education may be eligible to participate

Course Information

Course Offerings

Available Courses

  • Business Administration
  • Chinese Language
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Finance
  • Political Science
  • General Education (English, History, Politics, Biology, Psychology, Communication, and Economics)

Students with high intermediate level of Chinese language may be eligible to enroll in regular university courses taught in Chinese.

Estimated Costs

*Indicates fees paid directly to CSUS – tuition and insurance rates subject to change.

Estimated cost of NCUE
Expense One Semester Two Semesters
Tuition and Fees* $3,709 $7,418
Insurance* $300 $500
Airfare $1,000 $1,000
Housing $1,000 $2,500
Personal Expenses $3,000 $6,000
Total $9,009 $17,418

Housing Options

Room Facilities - Each room has a personal desk, desk lamp, bookcase, closet, bed, curtains, and air conditioner. There are also WAN ports for students to connect their computer to the internet, and each room has a phone. All rooms have windows facing outward to provide good ventilation.

Public Facilities - Public facilities include vending machines, drinking fountain, boiler, washing machine, dryer, clothes drying yard, lounge, and restrooms.

Information on Housing