Taiwan Government Scholarship Program 2022-2023

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Opportunity Description

Taiwan Government International Scholarship Program 2022-2023

The Taiwan Government International Higher Education Scholarship Program 2022/2023 is presently accepting applications. The Taiwan ICDF offers higher education scholarships and has built undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. programs in collaboration with famous Taiwanese universities.

One of the Taiwan ICDF’s major functions, among many others, has traditionally been international education and training. Education is a critical method for educating labor forces in developing nations, and human resource development plays a critical role in supporting partner countries to achieve sustainable development.

One of the Taiwan ICDF’s major functions, among many others, has traditionally been international education and training. Education is a critical method for educating labor forces in developing nations, and human resource development plays a critical role in supporting partner countries to achieve sustainable development.

Taiwan Government Scholarship Program 2022-2023
Taiwan Government Scholarship Program 2022-2023

Details

  • Opportunity type: Fully Funded
  • Opportunity: Scholarship
  • Scholarship Level:  Bachelor degree | master degree | Ph.D. degree
  • Host Country: Taiwan
  • University: Different universities in Taiwan
  • Field of Study: 
  • Application type: Online
  • Gender: Male and Female
  • Deadline: 15. March 2022

Eligibility

  • Applicants for a Taiwan ICDF scholarship must fulfill both the basic eligibility standards
  • Be citizens of one of the countries listed on the Taiwan ICDF Scholarship
  • Applicants must also comply with the ROC (Taiwan) National Immigration Agency’s Regulations Governing Visiting, Resident, and Permanent Residency of Aliens.

Eligible Counties

 

Benefits

  • Tuition fee
  • Airfare
  • Housing
  • Health Insurance
  • Accommodation
  • Monthly allowance

Documents

  1. Passport or ID Card
  2. Highest-level diploma
  3. English Proficiency Certificate.
  4. Letters of reference.
  5. Supporting Document

Note: This refers to a TOEFL or other accepted English proficiency exam score, as well as papers showing that the applicant has completed a program in which all courses were taught in English. Applicants who are unable to produce such proof of English proficiency owing to a particular circumstance may have their English proficiency examined by a ROC (Taiwan) Embassy/ Consulate General/ Representative Office through an interview or other types of assessment. These documents are not required for applicants whose official national language is English.

 

How to Apply

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