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Ideally located in the city centre near the lively Shi-da district and 5 minutes’ walk from the school, this modern residence is very popular with international students. Offering air conditioning and high-speed cable internet and Wi-Fi throughout, the residence includes 9 single rooms, 2 toilets, 4 showers, 3 full bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a common lounge and a laundry room. All rooms come with a plasma TV, free wifi, hairdryer, kettle and desk. Bed linen and towels are provided.
In the Taipei city centre, in the lively Shi-da area, just 7 minutes’ walk from the school, you can stay in an air-conditioned studio with all the conveniences, including a private bathroom, study area, safety deposit box, big-screen TV and high-speed internet access via Wi-Fi and cable. There are laundry facilities on-site. Bed linen and towels are supplied and weekly housekeeping is included. Two options are available:
- “Executive” studio: cooking facilities (refrigerator, oven, kettle, microwave) but no separate kitchen
- “Deluxe-kitchen” studio: a separate, fully-equipped kitchen is available (oven, hotplates, refrigerator, toaster, kettle)
In the centre of Taipei, you are right in the heart of the action: stroll about the markets, explore temples or buy a miracle beverage in a Chinese shop smelling of spices and wild flowers. Taipei is a city where you can travel everywhere in complete safety. Rest in the shadow of what was once the highest tower in the world, Taipei 101. Take advantage of the school’s social programme to get to know the other international students: eat out in a restaurant, explore historic Taipei sights, visit monuments and museums and sign up for the Chinese calligraphy introduction class. In the school building, impromptu evenings will give you the opportunity to get to know the other participants and enjoy the diversity. On Friday, classes end at 1pm, which means students can plan longer excursions on the island or overnight visits to Hong Kong.