Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages

Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages International Student Scholarships


Level of study
Bachelor / Master
Field of study
Management and administration, Art, Local language and literature studies, Foreign language and literature studies, Humanities not elsewhere classified, Computer use
Nationality
All
Eligibility
Depending on the applicant's documents
Coverage
Tuition reduced
Miscellaneous reduced
Others: Free 1-year Chinese Courses
Duration
Others: Based on academic performance every semester.

Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages Guidelines for International Student Scholarships
(Applicable to students admitted in and after the 2020 academic year)
I. These Guidelines are enacted to encourage outstanding international students to attend and pursue degrees at Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (hereinafter referred to as “the University”).
II. In the Guidelines, the term “international students” refers to students as defined in paragraph 2 of the Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan by the Ministry of Education.
III. Funds for International Student Scholarships are budgeted by the Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation every academic year. Students studying in 5-year junior college programs may receive scholarships for up to 5 years. Students studying in undergraduate programs may receive scholarships for up to 4 years. Students in graduate programs may receive scholarships for up to 2 years.
IV. The amount of a scholarship is determined by the budget drafted every academic year, during which the University will award 50 full scholarships and 100 partial scholarships in principle.
(I) Full Scholarships (50 students): Full scholarship awardees are granted the total amount of tuition and incidental fees for the current semester and a year of Chinese language courses (they must fulfill 80 service hours during the semester).
(II) Partial Scholarships (100 students): Partial scholarship awardees are granted one half of the total amount of tuition and incidental fees for the current semester and a year of Chinese language courses (they must fulfill 40 service hours during the semester).
V. Application procedure:
(I) International students should submit their applications to the Section of Overseas Student Affairs of the Office of International and Cross-Strait Cooperation upon applying for admission.
(II) Full and partial scholarship recipients are determined by the Recruitment Committee of the University.
(III) Criteria for continuing to receive scholarships are as follows:
1. Full Scholarships: Graduate school scholarship recipients must have received a grade of 80 or better in academic performance and conduct in the previous semester to continue to receive this scholarship (they must complete 80 service hours during the semester). Scholarship recipients studying in the 4-year college program and the 5-year junior college program must receive a grade of 70-79 in academic performance and conduct in the previous semester to receive a scholarship of half the amount of the tuition and incidental fees for the current semester (they must complete 40 service hours during the semester). Those receiving a grade of 80 or better in academic performance and conduct in the previous semester can continue to receive this scholarship (they must complete 80 service hours during the semester).
2. Partial Scholarships: Graduate school scholarship recipients must have received a grade of 80 or better in academic performance and conduct in the previous semester to continue to receive this scholarship (they must complete 40 service hours during the semester). Scholarship recipients studying in the 4-year college program and the 5-year junior college program must receive a grade of 70 or better in academic performance and conduct in the previous semester to continue to receive this scholarship (they must complete 40 service hours during the semester).
3. Recipients failing to meet the above criteria will not be granted scholarships. If they meet the above requirements and complete the required service hours in the next semester, they will be granted scholarships again.
VI. International students who are already receiving a scholarship awarded by the government of the Republic of China (not including this scholarship) are not eligible.
VII. Scholarship awardees who have not completed registration or enrollment deferment procedures for the current academic year will lose their eligibility to receive scholarships.
VIII. Scholarship awardees who have provided forged or false information lose their eligibility to receive scholarships. Any amount of scholarship money awarded must be returned.
IX. The Guidelines become effective after being approved at the Administrative Meeting and ratified by the President. Amendments must follow the same procedure.

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Office of International Affairs
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