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TUSUR students can continue their education in leading Taiwan universities

March 14, 2011

Owing to the cooperation between our University and Taiwanese Trade Mission, TUSUR students can continue their education in one of the leading universities of Taiwan and get financial support.

Organizations providing scholarships:

  • Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Eligible candidates: undergraduate students, graduate students and candidates of science;

Terms: defrayal of direct ticket to the place of study, monthly scholarship, possibility to take an annual course of Chinese.

  • Taiwan Ministry of Education

Eligible candidates: undergraduate students, graduate students, and candidates of science;

Terms: monthly scholarship, possibility to take an annual course of Chinese.

  • The National Science Council:

Eligible candidates: undergraduate students, graduate students, and candidates of science;

Terms: monthly scholarship.

  • National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (http://www-e.ntust.edu.tw/front/bin/home.phtml)

Eligible candidates: undergraduate students, graduate students, and candidates of science;

Terms: free tuition, monthly scholarship.

General requirements to participants:

  • Upper-Intermediate/Advanced English (certificate required);
  • Good academic results confirmed by an academic record book transcript translated into English;
  • Valid international passport.

For scholarships from Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Science Council and Taiwan Ministry of Education, the Applicant must choose the university independently (consultation service is available).

Application process:

Up to 21 of March, candidates willing to apply need to:

  • choose a university and a program;
  • write a CV in English;
  • translate into English the transcript of their current grades;
  • provide a certificate of the applicant’s level of English (applicants without a certificate will be tested).

For more information about the scholarships, please, contact the Division of International Cooperation.

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