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*Table of Scholarships for International Students Download

1. NTNU International Students Scholarship    -Applicable for admissions from Fall 2019 onward

Eligibility:
Prospective students seeking admission to NTNU degree programs as first-year students, and are not awarded any scholarship by the Taiwan Government institution (organization).

Scholarship Description:
a) For Undergraduate program Tuition and miscellaneous fee waivers for each semester for one academic year.
b) For Master’s program For the first academic year: Waivers of the baseline tuition and the average credit fees for each semester. For the second academic year: Waivers of the baseline tuition and the average credit fees for each semester are granted upon recommendation by the applicant’s program of study.
c) For Doctoral program For the first academic year: Waivers of the baseline tuition and the average credit fees for each semester. For the second academic year: Waivers of the baseline tuition and the average credit fees for each semester are granted upon recommendation by the applicant’s program of study. For the third academic year: Waivers of the baseline tuition for each semester are granted upon recommendation by the applicant’s program of study.

Application procedure:
New students must apply for the scholarship while applying for NTNU admission through the International Students Application channel for this scholarship. The application deadline for this scholarship is the same as the deadline for admission application.

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.

Others:
Scholarships would be revoked from awardees who fail to complete registration in the year of admission, and those who defer admission, suspend their study, get expelled, or transfer out of NTNU. The awarded scholarship may not be retained, and the waived tuition and miscellaneous fees for the semester must be returned in proportion to the actual length of study (credit fees calculated in proportion to the actual length of study must also be returned by Master’s/Doctoral program students) before the clearance procedure can be completed.
Guidelines for the NTNU Students Scholarship Download

Contact: Division of Recruitment and Development
Tel: 886-2-77491271
E-mail: ccc0813@ntnu.edu.tw

 

2. 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 Recruitment and Development  
Tel: 886-2-77491271
E-mail: ccc0813@ntnu.edu.tw

 

3. 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: https://www.icdf.org.tw/mp.asp?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: January 1-March 15

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 be submitted online to the NTNU International Student Application System by the deadline.
  3. ICDF scholarship applicants don't have to pay application fee.

Contact: Graduate Institute of International Human Resource Development
Tel: 886-2-77491623 / 886-2-77491622
E-mail: yclee@ntnu.edu.tw / y.c.yang@ntnu.edu.tw