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Study Abroad in Taiwan

May 18 - June 7, 2022

Our study abroad program to Taiwan is designed for athletic training and exercise science students, focusing on global issues in sports medicine and medical treatments used for sport-related injuries.

Take part in medical observations in clinical facilities and educational tours as you learn medical practices and techniques used in Taiwan, plus various traditional Chinese therapeutic techniques used to treat athletes of all levels.

This program is offered in association with the National Taiwan Sport University (NTSU) and is available to undergraduate and graduate students in athletic training or pre-physical therapy/exercise science. The academic program focuses on traditional Asian therapies such as acupressure massage, acupuncture, rehabilitation techniques, and fire cupping.

This clinical program gives you athletic training observation and hands-on experience with NTSU intercollegiate teams and as well as physician and health care professionals associated with NTSU.

Apply to this program

Deadline to apply: November 19, 2021

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Estimated Cost Breakdown
  • Tuition: ~$1,600
  • Program fees: ~$2,100
  • Airfare: ~$1,900
  • Total estimated cost: ~$5,200 - $5,700
Academic Credit

Earn credit for the following courses:

  • KINS 4150/6150: Global Issues in Sports Medicine, 3 credit hours
  • KINS 4000/6000: Problems in Exercise Science (Clinical Education), 1 credit hour
  • You will also have the opportunity to learn Tai-chi

Experience the Culture

Students will have the opportunity to go on mid-week excursions to:

  • Taipei 101
  • Night markets
  • Beaches
  • White water rafting sites

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