College of European and Asian Languages

Introduction Video

College Dean

Dr. Chen-Yu Lin

Education Background:
PhD in Media Study University of Navarra , College of Communication

Fields of Specialization:
Sapnish Film studies, Journalism, Translation, Hispanic Culture

Secretary: Li-Qiong Chang

TEL:+886-7-3426031   ext. 5001、5002

Introduction of the College

The College aims at cultivating professionals with a mastery of two foreign languages and expertise in related industries. The College consists of the Department of French, Department of German, Department of Spanish and Department of Japanese. The European (EU) Center has been affliated to the College, which creates synergistic effects by further integrating the resources. After Wenzao was reinstituted as a university, the College continues to expand in number and scale of its industry-government-academia cooperation and seeks more internship opportunities for students to be connected to workplace environments prior to graduation.

Curriculum Design Concept

The College of European and Asian Languages is the only college in Taiwan that cultivates students to understand two foreign languages and inter-disciplinary knowledge. The College comprises four departments, one graduate institute, one EU centre, one teaching center, and two master programmes. Every department of the college offers a core curriculum related to foreign languages. The establishment of the Department of Southeast Asian Studies and Master’s Degree Programm help the College to train international talents with multi-lingual abilities. To foster the inter-disciplinary students’ foreign languages abilities and professional knowledge, the College also offers different programmes in both general and professional aspects in collaboration with the College of English and International Studies, College of Cultural and Educational Innovation, and College of Holistic Education. By integrating the resources of different departments through EU Centre and Southeast Asian Languages Teaching Centre, the College is able to offer students internship opportunities in the industrial circle, thus increasing their competitiveness in the job market. Their internship experiences will help the College to adjust the curriculum to match the needs of various industries.


View more about faculties, curriculum design and intern opportunities.

Department of French


Department of German


Department of Spanish


Department of Japanese


Department of Southeast Asian Studies

BA. & MA.

Master's Program in European Studies


European Union Center

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