Taipei European School (TES) is located in the heart of Taiwan’s capital city. It offers educational excellence, coupled with European culture and values, in the context of Taiwanese society. The simplest way of describing our school is--A piece of Europe in Taiwan.
We are consist of four sections: British, French, German and the High School. It is home to 1,700 students and 400 staff members from 50 different nationalities.
TES is a non-profit organisation that provides quality education for international students from age 3 to 18. The unique nature of our school is founded in its diversity. Around the school, students from different sections can be heard chatting and playing in English, French, German and Chinese all at the same time. In essence, it is the celebration of our differences, but also the love of our commonality, that makes TES such a unique and rewarding place. We are an extended family of multi-nationals linked together by our love of learning.
Travel Information


The capital city of Taiwan (R.O.C.) Taipei City is widely regarded as the political, economic, and cultural centre of Taiwan. Pronounced in Mandarin as Táiběi, the city is located in the northern part of the island in a basin between the Yangming Mountains and the Central Mountains. Consisting of 12 distinct districts, each with its own style and charm, Taipei is an amazingly modern city with an innumerable amount of historical attractions, numerous acclaimed night markets, shopping districts, as well as cultural amenities.
Having witnessed several ethnic amalgamations, an abundance of history can be seen in Taipei. Taiwan has gone through five eras. Aboriginal cultures dominated the initial era. Then came the Spanish and Dutch development, Qing dynasty rule, Japanese colonial rule and Nationalists retreat to Taiwan. Roaming in the streets and alleys in Taipei, the changes tell of the story of Taipei’s historical development.

Air Travel & Transportation

Air Travel
Taiwan’s main international gateway is Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, located near the city of Taoyuan, about 50km southwest of the capital Taipei. Numerous nonstop flights operate between Taiwan and all major cities in East Asia.

Hotel Recommendations

  • No. 2, Lane 728, Section 6, Zhongshan North Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, 111
  • No. 14, Lane 38, Tianyu Street, Shilin District, Taipei City, 111
  • No. 1, Section 4, Zhongshan N Rd, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, 104
  • No. 41, Section 2, Minquan East Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City, 1049
  • No. 3, Section 1, Chengde Road, Datong District, Taipei City, 103

Driving and Parking Information

Taipei has numerous metro lines connected together. It is the most convenient form of transportation within Taipei. The latest line completed, Xiangshan Line runs from Tamsui all the way to Xiangshan, allowing passengers to travel across Taipei in a short amount of time.
TES is located adjacent to the Zhishan Station stop. Many buses also stop across from the school. Taxi and Uber are also relatively inexpensive forms of transportation. If driving to Taipei European School the easiest parking area is close to Zhishan Station.
Note: All registrations are final and non-refundable but transferable.
Please contact [email protected] for more information. There are no refunds for no shows.