National Chiayi University International Student Scholarships in Taiwan

National Chiayi University (hereafter NCYU or the University) encourages outstanding international graduate students to enter the University to promote internationalization. In accordance with Article 15 of the “Regulations for International Students Studying in Taiwan”, the University publishes the “Guidelines for International Student Scholarships of National Chiayi University” (hereinafter the Guidelines).

Funding sources for International Student Scholarships at National Chiayi University (hereafter Scholarships) include subsidies from the Ministry of Education, donations and University funds. Under the Ministry of Education’s implementation of the Regulations for International Students Studying in Taiwan, international postgraduate students may apply for scholarships before they meet the requirements for admission.

Scholarships are divided into:

1. Tuition and loan fee subsidies (does not include administration fees, thesis supervision fees, insurance fees, accommodation or internet access). Credit fee subsidization should in principle be based on the course structure of each department unless specifically requested by the advisor.

2. Monthly stipend: The monthly stipend for graduate students will be NT$8000; the monthly stipend for doctoral students will be NT10,000 from August of each year to July of the following year (for those enrolled in the second semester: from February of each year to January of the following year). For new students, the scholarship is paid only from the month of enrollment, which month must be 15 days or more during the semester; for graduating students, the stipend is paid only up to the month of graduation, which month must be 15 days or more during the semester.

Requirements for applying the scholarship:

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New international graduate students can submit an application for Scholarships to the Office of International Relations when completing the admission application form. Applications for scholarships must be reviewed and decided upon by the International Student Admissions Review Committee after being initially reviewed for recommendation by the appropriate department or program and prioritized for scholarship type and approval procedure. The application requirements are as follows:

(1) Evidence of entry level (TOCFL Level 2/ CEFR A2) or above Chinese language proficiency or CEF B1 or above English proficiency.

(2) Scholarships to be provided with the status of “acceptance of employment offer” on the residence certificate or the “employment” status on the visa must cover tuition fees and loan fees per semester at most.

(3) Anyone who has received scholarships provided by various state institutions of our country cannot receive a scholarship. Violators may be disqualified for Scholarships if they are found to be repeat offenders while receiving a scholarship.

For more information, see Guidelines for National Chiayi University International Student Scholarships

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