The Blake School Taiwan 2024 Seminar will focus on cultural discovery and community engagement, journeying through Taipei, Taiwan's bustling capital, Tainan, the island's historical core, and Taitung, a center of natural beauty.
Please complete the following steps in preparation for your journey to Taiwan. Feel free to contact your program manager, Anias Stambolis-D'Agostino (firstname.lastname@example.org), anytime during your planning process.
1. Complete Your Student Information Form
Please complete your Student Information Form by Thursday, December 14, 2023. Be sure to enter information exactly as it appears (or will appear) in your passport and select "Blake School 2024 Taiwan Seminar".
2. Review Important Taiwan Health and Travel Information
3. Complete CLI’s Dietary & Medical Form
It is important that your program organizers have access to information regarding any dietary restrictions, medical allergies, or medical conditions you may have.
Please complete CLI’s optional Dietary & Medical Form by Thursday, December 14, 2023.
4. Complete CLI’s Covid-19 Health Declaration Form
In order to enter various destinations throughout our travels, we may be required to provide information regarding your COVID-19 vaccination status. In certain cases, for example at some hotels, restaurants, and organizations, proof of vaccination will be required for entry.
Please utilize CLI's COVID-19 Health Declaration Form to provide this information by Thursday, December 14, 2023.
5. Upload a Scan of Your Passport
Please use CLI’s secure Passport Form to submit a scan of your passport’s main information page by Thursday, December 14, 2023.
If you do not already have a passport that will be valid for at least six months after your program end date, please visit the U.S. State Department website or your country’s equivalent site for instructions on how to obtain one.
6. Review Your Pre-Departure Reminders PDF
Your CLI Program Manager will email you a detailed pre-departure reminders PDF one month prior to your journey that includes packing, weather, money, and health and safety considerations.
Be sure to review all information carefully and feel free to contact CLI with any additional questions you may have.
7. Review CLI’s list of Online Learning Resources
Mandarin is the official language of Taiwan, and a great selection of free Mandarin learning resources is available online.