CET Academic Programs is a study abroad organization that has been developing and operating innovative educational programs for students from universities in the US. The CET program at the National Taiwan University (NTU) is looking for an instructor in Taiwan to teach a course on the following topics:
Taiwan (or Greater China) queer theory/studies; or gender and sexuality course that includes LGBTQ+ coverage
Taiwan environmental sciences/studies course
Taiwan food culture/history class
Taiwan History, Culture, and National Identity, and other Taiwan history topics
Internship: Bridging Theory and Practice (This is CET’s academic course that accompanies their student internship program. The instructor’s field isn’t important, but some understanding about Taiwanese general professional life, culture, and history is needed. This course is unusual but can be very rewarding)
A minimum of TW$150,000 for the full course.
Schedule and Modality
Instructor will only need to go to NTU once or twice per week to teach a three-hour class, with a total of 45 hours as in a standard course in the US. CET is flexible in meeting the instructor's scheduling needs.
Courses are taught in English and designed as standard US courses for students to receive credit from their American home universities.
nd programs follow standard American university patterns, such as requiring 45 hours of faculty-student contact for a semester. Classes can meet once or twice a week, and
Enrollments CET is known for its high academic standards for students learning abroad. Students are from some of the best universities and liberal arts colleges in the United States. They currently have 88 students at NTU and expect over a 100 enrolled for this spring and summer semesters.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please don't hesitate to reach out to Dr. Allison Rottmann for more information and sample syllabi.
Allison Rottmann, Ph.D (Academic Director, CET Academic Programs)
Please use the subject line: "Teaching for the CET NTU program"