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*Table of Scholarships for Foreign Students download

1. NTNU Graduate Student Scholarships

Eligibility:
First-year international graduate students who are not currently receiving any other scholarships from organizations within Taiwan.

Amounts awarded:
Master program: 
For the first year, the stipend is NT$6,000 per month, and partial tuition fee is waived.
For the second year, partial tuition fee is waived. To continue receiving a stipend for the 2nd year, both of the following conditions must be met: (a) Receiving matching funds of a minimum of NT$6,000 per month from a corresponding research plan by his academic advisor or be recommended by their research team. (b) A ;minimum of 12 credits must be completed in the first year of study.
Ph.D. program:
For the first year, the stipend is NT$6,000 per month, and partial tuition fee is waived.
For the second and third year, partial tuition fee is waived. To continue receiving a stipend for the 2nd and 3rd year, both of the following conditions must be met: (a) Receiving matching funds of a minimum of NT$6,000 per month from a corresponding research plan by his academic advisor or be recommended by their research team. (b) A minimum of 12 credits must be completed in the first year of study.
How to apply:
Apply for this scholarship while applying to the university (for degree-seeking students): check the appropriate box for this scholarship during the on-line application process. The application deadline for this scholarship is the same as the deadline for applying to the university. The deadline date is posted each year in the prospectus. Second year Ph.D. students must hand in the following items 2 weeks before the start of the semester: (a) proof of matching funds offered by your department or academic advisor(s); (b) transcripts for the previous semester.

How applications are evaluated: Each department determines which of their students will receive a scholarship or tuition waiver. It is the department's responsibility to submit a list of award recipients and their application forms as well as any other relevant documents to the Office of International Affairs.

*NOTE:
Scholarships may be revoked, stopping all further payments for any of the following reasons:
(a) failure to register for classes;
(b) dropping out of or being expelled from school;
(c) engaging in inappropriate behavior.

Guidelines for the NTNU Graduate Student Scholarshipdownload

Contact: Division of International Student Affairs at 886-2-77341271
E-mail:alicetu@ntnu.edu.tw

 

 

2.Scholarships for Undergraduate Students, NTNU

Eligibility:
A. New international students admitted to an NTNU degree-seeking program and are not currently receiving any other Taiwanese scholarship.
B. New students are considered on a prioritized basis during the selection process. If the scholarship quota has not been exhausted, international students already enrolled in NTNU undergraduate programs will be then considered. 
 
Amounts awarded & Award period:

The scholarship program is divided into two categories; each recipient may only be awarded under one category in a given academic year.

  • Category A—Subsidy for living expenses: Each recipient will receive a monthly award of NT$10,000 over the course of one year. Up to 20 scholarships may be awarded per semester
  • Category B—Tuition waiver: One-year tuition waivers may be awarded to up to 30 students per semester; recipients shall still be responsible for their miscellaneous fees.  


How and When to Apply:

For new students: Apply for this scholarship while applying for university admission by checking the appropriate box for this scholarship during the on-line application process. The application deadline for this scholarship is the same as the deadline for applying to the university. The deadline date is posted each year in the prospectus

For students already enrolled at NTNU: Submit scholarship applications to OIA in MAR and OCT according to the announced schedule for the given year. 


Procedure for granting scholarships:

The number of scholarships for new international undergraduates allotted to each department is determined by the student recruitment committee meeting held in the previous academic year. The number of scholarships for enrolled undergraduates is allocated to departments based on the proportions of their enrolled international undergraduates not on the scholarship. Each department selects scholarship candidates as per its approved quota after reviewing the scholarship application materials, and determines the priority sequence of students to be awarded. The list of selected candidates is then submitted to the OIA for processing and for issuance of the scholarship. 


*NOTE:
Scholarships may be revoked, stopping all further payments for any of the following reasons:
(a) fail to complete registration in the year of admission
(b) defer admission, suspend their studies, or transfer to another university
(c) engaging in inappropriate behavior.

Guidelines for the NTNU Graduate Student Scholarshipdownload

Contact: Division of International Student Affairs at 886-2-77341271
E-mail: alicetu@ntnu.edu.tw

 

4. Taiwan Scholarship

MOE (Ministry of Education) Taiwan Scholarship

Amounts awarded:
-Undergraduate program: a stipend of NT$15,000 per month plus partial tuition is waived; maximum of 4 years.
-Master's program: a stipend of NT$20,000 per month plus partial tuition is waived; maximum of 2 years.
-Ph.D. program: a stipend of NT$20,000 per month plus partial tuition is waived; maximum of 4 years.

*NOTE:
--For recipients enroll from 2016/2017 academic year, the cap on tuition waiver is TWD 40,000. The rest of the amount not covered by the Scholarship should be borne by the recipients.
--Scholarship recipients must register each semester before receiving any scholarship payments. If you take an extended leave of absence during the semester, you will have to pay back your basic tuition.

Application period:
February 1st until the end of March.

How to apply:
Please contact the nearest ROC embassy, consulate, or representative office in your home country.

MOFA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) Taiwan Scholarship

Amounts awarded:
-Undergraduate program: a stipend of NT$30,000 per month; maximum of 4 years.
-Master's program: a stipend of NT$30,000 per month; maximum of 2 years.
-Ph.D. program: a stipend of NT$30,000 per month; maximum of 4 years.

*NOTE:
Scholarship recipients must first register each semester before receiving any scholarship payments. If you take an extended leave of absence during the semester, you will have to pay back your scholarships.

Application period:
February 1st until the end of March

How to apply:
Please contact the nearest ROC embassy, consulate, or representative office in your home country.


MOST (Ministry of Science and Technology) Taiwan Scholarship

Amounts awarded:
-Master's program: a stipend of NT$30,000 per month; maximum of 2 years.
-Ph.D. program: a stipend of NT$30,000 per month; maximum of 3 years.

*NOTE:
Scholarship recipients must first register each semester before receiving any scholarship payments. If you take an extended leave of absence during the semester, you will have to pay back your scholarships.

Application period:
February 1st until the end of March

How to apply:
Please contact the nearest ROC embassy, consulate, or representative office in your home country.

See “Taiwan Scholarship and Huayu Enrichment Scholarship Program” official website for the latest guidelines and relevant documents for the Taiwan Scholarship Program: https://taiwanscholarship.moe.gov.tw/web/index.html

Contact: Division of International Student Affairs at 886-2-77341271
E-mail: alicetu@ntnu.edu.tw

 

5. Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund Higher Education Scholarship Program (TaiwanICDF Scholarship)


(Only for applicants of Graduate Institute of International Human Resource Development )

Eligibility
Applicants applying for a TaiwanICDF scholarship must meet both the general eligibility criteria and be a national of a country on the List of Countries Eligible for TaiwanICDF Scholarship (check on TaiwanICDF website). Applicants must also meet the Regulations Governing Visiting, Resident, and Permanent Residency of Aliens set by ROC(Taiwan) National Immigration Agency.

Benefits

•   Airfare (economy class)

•   Housing (dormitory in NTNU)

•   Tuition & credit fees

•   Insurance (accidental and medical coverage)

•   Textbook costs

•   Monthly Allowance


How to apply

TaiwanICDF website http://www.icdf.org.tw/ct.asp?xItem=12507&CtNode=30318&mp=2

• Complete the TaiwanICDF online application form

• Prepare all the document listed on the TaiwanICDF website

• Submit the documents listed in the website to the ROC (Taiwan) Embassy/ Consulate (General)/ Representative Office/ Taiwan Technical Mission or project representative in your country before deadline

•Obtain recommendation from the ROC (Taiwan) Embassy/ Consulate (General)/ Representative Office/ Taiwan Technical Mission or project representative in your country before deadline

• Application period: Jan. 1, 2018 ~ Mar. 13, 2018 (Taiwan time)

Note

  1. When applying for TaiwanICDF, the applicant also needs to complete the application for IHRD, NTNU. 
  2. Application materials together with TaiwanICDF application form must either be mailed or delivered in-person to OIA NTNU by the deadline.
  3. ICDF scholarship applicants don’t have to pay application fee.

Contact: Graduate Institute of International Human Resource Development at 886-2-77341623 /886-277341622 E-mail: yclee@ntnu.edu.tw, c.h.liu@ntnu.edu.tw