GMAT Test Centers in Taiwan

By | March 11, 2019

GMAT Testing Locations

We have found 2 GMAT test centres in Taiwan. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page.

GMAT Test Centers in Taiwan

#1. Pearson Professional Centers-Taipei, Taiwan

11070
Taipei City
Hsin-Yi District
No 163, Sec. 1 Keelung Road,
12F Room 3, Union Century Building
Pearson VUE
Taiwan, China
Phone: +886 2 2756 7808

Test Center Information

1. To get to the test center by MRT please take the Ban-Nan Blue Line (Blue) to the Taipei City Hall Station. Take exit No.1 towards Chung Hsiao East Road heading west and turn right before the intersection to Keelung Road. The center is located in the Union Century Building on the 12th floor, Room 3.
2. Ample local City Buses which will take you to the MRT Taipei City Hall Bus Stop.


#2. SCE of Chinese Culture University – Kaohsiung

801
Kaohsiung
Cianjin District
3/F, No 215, Zhongzheng 4th Rd.,
Taiwan, China
Phone: +886-7-2510089

Test Center Information

**From Kaohsiung Railway Station, Downtown *
Take Kaohsiung MRT
Take (red line) to “Formosa Boulevard Station”, interchange (Orange Line, Shi-Hzuwan (Bay) direction) to “City Council Station”
Exit 2, turn left about 50 meters, Hua-Guo Financial Center (No.215, Zhongzheng 4th Rd), on the third floor.
By Bus.
* Take the following bus trips 60,83,248,0 north, south 0, 168
To “Education Bureau (the old City Council Station))”
Along Zhongzheng 4th Rd west about 50 meters. At left hand side.
Hua-Guo Financial Center (No.215, Zhongzheng 4th Rd), on the third floor.
* Take the following bus trips 76,77,214
To “Xin-Wen-bao Station”
Along Zhongzheng 4th Rd east about 50 meters. At right hand side.
Hua-Guo Financial Center (No.215, Zhongzheng 4th Rd), on the third floor.
** From Kaohsiung airport
Take Kaohsiung MRT
Take (red line) to “Formosa Boulevard Station”, interchange (Orange Line, Shi-Hzuwan (Bay) direction) to “City Council Station”
Exit 2, turn left about 50 meters, Hua-Guo Financial Center (No.215, Zhongzheng 4th Rd), on the third floor.

GMAT Exam Dates in Taiwan

Unlike some paper based exams, the GMAT is computer based. Therefore, there are no fixed test dates for GMAT. Wherever you are in Taiwan, all test centers are open from Monday through Saturday throughout the year. Some even offer the exam every day of the year.  However, some test centers are not open on Sundays and national holidays. For example, most college-based test centers might be closed for extended periods around holidays. For precise testing dates in Taiwan, please visit test-maker website – https://www.mba.com/.

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Education

There is a general nine-year compulsory schooling from the age of 6 and a pre-school offer open to all children from 4 years (not compulsory). The school system comprises six-year primary schools and a two-tier secondary school sector with a three-year middle school followed by a three-year general or vocational high school. Both public and private institutions are responsible for the secondary and tertiary level of education. There are around 165 universities and colleges, including the National University in Taipei (founded in 1928) and the University in Hsinchu (founded in 1896). Check thenailmythology to see China the Center of Asia.

Media

The media are largely allowed to report and broadcast freely and unhindered.

Press: The print media reflect the greatest diversity of opinion with around 200 newspaper titles. The most important Chinese-language newspapers (title in English translation) are “Liberty Times”, “United Daily News”, “China Times” and the tabloid “Apple Daily” (based in Hong Kong). English-language newspapers are Taipei Times and China Post.

News Agency : Central News Agency (CNA, founded in 1924; state-owned).

Broadcasting: Most broadcasting companies are privately organized. There are about 170 radio stations. The largest radio companies are Broadcasting Corp. of China (BCC, founded 1928) with 14 stations and Cheng Sheng Broadcasting Corp. Ltd. with six channels. The public service Radio Taiwan International (RTI) broadcasts in 13 languages. Five television channels broadcast nationwide: Taiwan Television (TTV, founded in 1962), China Television (CTV, founded in 1969), Chinese Television System (CTS, founded in 1969), Formosa Television (founded in 1997), and Public Television Service (PTS, founded in 1998); CTS and PTS are part of the state-owned Taiwan Broadcasting System. In addition, more than 200 programs can be received via cable.

Transportation

Taiwan has a relatively well-developed transport network, especially on the west coast and in the north, which was built in the Japanese colonial era and has been modernized, especially since the 1970s. The development of the transport infrastructure is limited to the coastal regions due to the mountains running from north to south. The most important line of the railway, which has a total route network of 1 597 km, runs as a ring around the island. In 2007, a 350 km north-south high-speed line went into operation. The road is increasingly replacing the railroad as a means of transport. The paved road network covers 42 054 km and is inadequate despite the continuous expansion in the metropolitan areas. To relieve the north-south highway leading through Taipei (Taipeh-Gaoxiong, Gaoxiong is one of the most important container ports in the world and one of the largest port cities in the Far East. The (private) “Evergreen” is one of the dominant container ship shipping companies in the world. Jilong, Hualien, Taichung and Suao also have important seaports. International airports are Taoyuan in the north (near Taipei) and Gaoxiong in the south. Domestic flights are handled through 16 airports.