Thursday, March 12, 2020

[All Degree] The MOE Taiwan Scholarship Program For International Student 2020, Taiwan

The MOE Taiwan Scholarship Program encourages outstanding international students to undertake undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Taiwan by awarding up to NTD 40,000 each semester for each recipient’s approved tuition and miscellaneous expenses. In addition, each recipient’s undertaking undergraduate studies will also be granted a monthly living stipend of NTD 15,000, while undertaking postgraduate studies will get stipend of NTD 20,000 each per month.
The MOE Taiwan Scholarship Program provides the following for each outstanding international student scholarship recipient who comes to Taiwan to undertake a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or doctorate:
  • (i) Tuition and miscellaneous expenses (i.e. the course-credit fees, and miscellaneous basic study-related fees): The MOE will pay up to NTD 40,000 each semester for each recipient’s approved tuition and miscellaneous expenses. If these exceed a total amount of NTD40,000, the remaining amount must be paid to the university/college by the student. The “miscellaneous expenses” do not include any of the following: administration fees, thesis supervision fees, insurance premiums, accommodation, or internet access. These are all the responsibility of the scholarship recipient.
  • (ii) Living allowance: The MOE provides each recipient undertaking university undergraduate studies a monthly stipend of NTD15,000; it provides each recipient undertaking a master’s degree or doctorate studies a monthly stipend of NTD20,000.
    A university/college may give scholarship recipients a discount for tuition and/or miscellaneous expenses. The university/college must submit details of which of its departments/institutes are offering scholarship recipients discounts on fees for the following academic year, and a copy of the fee standards to the MOE by the prescribed date each year, and it must also provide a copy of these to any other unit designated by the MOE.  
Joint us on whatsapp, telegram, LINE

Applicants must be a foreign national with a secondary school graduation diploma or a post-secondary degree(s), and an excellent academic record, and be of good moral character

How to Apply:
Applicants must apply directly to the university/college for admission within the application deadline. Each university/college sets its own application deadline.

Applicants must submit the following documents within the period specified by the local Taiwan Representative Office for their country to that Office [*Note: in these Directions the term “Taiwan Representative Office” refers to the Embassy or Representative Office responsible for a particular country or region where the applicant lives. It will sometimes be located in another nearby country. Please visit for contact details of all Taiwan Representative Offices]:
  • A Taiwan Scholarship Application Form (the form for applicants from each country or region is available from their local Taiwan Representative Office)
  • A photocopy of the applicant’s passport or other documentary evidence of nationality.
  • A photocopy of their highest academic award and of the associated academic transcripts. Applications must be in compliance with the provisions of Subparagraph 2 of Paragraph 1 of Article 7 of the MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan. Documents in a language other than Chinese or English must be translated into Chinese or English and the translated documents must be authenticated.
  • Photocopies of documentary evidence that the applicant has already applied to a university/college in Taiwan (for example, photocopies of the application fee remittance, the application form, and a notice or email from the university/college acknowledging receipt of the application.)
  • A photocopy of a language proficiency certificate. 
  • Two reference letters – from a principal, a college or university president, professors, and/or supervisors – personally signed, and placed in sealed envelopes. 
  • Any additional documents specified by the particular local Taiwan Representative Office.

Mostly 31 March 2020

Click Here