I've been accepted for exchange studies at NTNU Autumn 2012 through spring 2013 and I am therefore interested in hearing about what other people from here I might come across during my stay.
I also have some NTNU-specific questions, so if someone on here is studying at NTNU and has any information about it I would be very happy
My admission letter says that I can choose freely from all courses for which the pre-requisites are met. This makes me think, for my masters degree I only need credits from about half of the courses I will study during my years stay. I will therefore have some room for studying things I think are fun, my questions therefore is: Is it possible to take a course in some kind of sport (preferably gymnastics or wushu) and get credited for it? What would the pre-requisites be in a case like this?
In the case I cant take courses like that, do someone on here have any information about where in Taipei I can practice either contemporary wushu or gymnastics?
I will also take some language courses at MTC, right now my chinese is non-existant, how much chinese do you think I can hope to learn from being in taiwan for a year?
I met some of the Taiwanese exchange students from NTNU coming to my university in Sweden. They are in the same field as I am and they told me I'd probably be staying in the Gongguan campus, but when I accepted my admission offer I was only able to choose between the main campus and the Linkou campus. Is Gongguan only for natives?
Hope someone can help