This paper aims to examine the ongoing bilingual
policy promoted in higher education in Taiwan by exploring the important
factors that might affect the promotion of the policy. After using literature
review method to explore key factors affecting bilingual policy implementation
in higher education, a group of 15 distinguished experts in the fields of
language education, EMI promotion centers
and in bilingual education policy implementation were assembled to form an
expert panel. Leveraging the collective expertise and diverse perspectives of
the panelists, the study conducted a questionnaire survey to collect the data.
The results show five main categories of factors related to the implement of Bilingual Policy, namely
“administrative support”, “school environment and resources”, “curriculum and
instruction”, “student learning” and “local linkage”. Among the five
support” has the highest expert consensus of importance in terms of promoting Bilingual
Policy, followed by “student learning”, “curriculum and instruction”, “school
environment and resources” and “local linkage”. Experts’ comments and
suggestions are also discussed.