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Scholarship


In order to encourage outstanding international students to undertake degree studies in Taiwan to promote understanding and friendship between Taiwan and global community, the Ministry of Education (MOE) in the Republic of China (Taiwan) has established the Taiwan Scholarship Program.
 
Ministry of Education
MOE Taiwan Scholarship
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
MOFA Taiwan Scholarship
Ministry of Science and Technology
MOST Taiwan Scholarship

 

UT Scholarships and Grants


 

Scholarship
Entrance scholarships for International Students
Applicable Degree
Undergraduate

Master

PHD

Award Amount
up to a total of NT$80,000/Person

up to a total of NT$120,000/Person

Coverage
up to NT$10,000 per month

up to NT$15,000 per month

After completing registration, scholarship recipients may receive up to four months of funding per semester for a total of two semesters
Office in Charge
Office of International Affairs, University of Taipei
Application Time
Apply for the scholarship through the Office of International Affairs when applying for admission to the University.
Application Eligibility
NEW students applying to an undergraduate, master's, or doctoral program 
Relevant links

 

 

Scholarship/ Grants
Scholarships and grants for current/returning International students
Scholarships for current/returning students
Grant for current/returning students
Applicable Degree
Undergraduate
Master
PHD
Undergraduate
Master
PHD
Award Amount
up to NT$50,000 per semester
up to NT$10,000 per month
up to NT$15,000 per month.
Coverage
Scholarships are paid in two installments:
one installment of NT$25,000 at the beginning of the semester and one installment of NT$25,000 at the end of the semester
up to a total of four months per semester
Office in Charge
Office of International Affairs, University of Taipei
Application Time
The application time would be announced by Office of International Affairs at the beginning of the semester 
Application Eligibility
Applicants must be currently registered at the University, have a conduct
grade of eighty-five percent (85%), and meet one of the following
requirements:
(A) They earned an average grade of eighty-five percent (85%) or
higher during the previous semester (not including a leave of
absence)
 
(B) They earned a class rank in the top forty percent (40%) of their
class during the previous semester (not including a leave of
absence)
 
(C) They published academic research or displayed works at an
exhibition (proof is required)
 
(D) They participated in a national or international competition.

Applicants must be currently registered at the University, have a conduct grade of eighty-five percent (85%), and meet one of the following requirements:

(A) They earned an average grade of seventy-five percent (75%) or higher during the previous semester (not including a leave of absence);

(B) They earned a class rank in the top fifty percent (50%) of their class during the previous semester (not including a leave of absence);

(C) In exceptional circumstances, where a student does not meet the requirements in (A) and (B) above, they may nevertheless apply if they can submit recommendation letters from their program director and two advisors.

Conditions
Scholarship/Grants recipients MUST help University programs to promote internationalization and provide a total of 120 hours of service.
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Grants

Grants for current/Entrance Overseas Chinese Students and Students from Hong Kong and Macau

Grant for Entrance students

Grant for current/returning students

Applicable Degree

Undergraduate
Master
PHD
Undergraduate
Master
PHD

Award Amount

up to NT$50,000

There are five grants total; one per College. Grants may be transferred among Colleges. The number of recipients and the value of the grant may be adjusted based on annual income and expenditures as well as the number of qualified applicants. Not all grants 2 need be awarded if there are an insufficient number of qualified applicants.

up to NT$25,000

There are ten grants total; two per College. Grants may be transferred among Colleges. The number of recipients and the value of the grant may be adjusted based on annual income and expenditures as well as the number of qualified applicants. Not all grants need be awarded if there are an insufficient number of qualified applicants.

Coverage

The grant is disbursed over two semesters: NT$25,000 for the first semester and NT$25,000 for the second semester

A student will receive an initial installment of NT$12,500(or 50% of grants) upon passing the review and completing registration procedures at the Office of International Affairs.

The student will receive the remaining installment of NT$12,500(or 50% of grants)upon completing service hours for the semester in a capacity related to international affairs, teaching, or research.

The maximum duration of a grant
Doctoral students: four years (eight semesters)
Master's students: two years (four semesters)
Undergraduates: four years (eight semesters)

Office in Charge

Office of International Affairs, University of Taipei

Application Time

Students must apply for the grant at the Office of International Affairs when applying for admission to the University. An applicant's high school grades or outstanding performance form the basis of review

Applications should be made through the Office of International Affairs in accordance with announced dates and regulations.

Application Eligibility

An applicant must be an overseas Chinese student or a student from Hong Kong or Macau applying to a degree program at the University.

Applicants must be a current/returning student and meet one of the requirements below:

(1) During the previous semester, they earned a class rank in the top forty percent (40%) of their class or an average grade of eighty-five percent (85%), passed all courses, and earned a conduct grade of eighty-five percent (85%) or above.

(2) They have published academic research or displayed works at an exhibition. (Proof is required.)

(3) They have participated in a national or international project competition.

Conditions

Scholarship/Grants recipients MUST help University programs to promote internationalization and provide a total of 120 hours of service

(1)Grant recipients who do not complete registration, take a leave of absence/discontinue studies, or are found to have fabricated or falsified information will lose their status as a grant recipient. The recipient will receive no further grant payments and must likewise return the full value of all payments previously received

(2)Grant recipients must complete registration for the semester. Master's and doctoral students must enroll in at least six credits; undergraduates must enroll in the minimum amount of credits 3 required in regulations. The grant will be revoked if a recipient fails to meet the credit requirements. The recipient will receive no further grant payments and must likewise return the full value of all payments previously received

Relevant links

University of Taipei Guidelines Governing the Grant for Overseas Chinese Students and Students from Hong Kong and Macau