China Medical University TAIWAN

Scholarships Guidelines for Postgraduate International Students and Overseas Chinese Students


Level of study
Master / Doctoral
Field of study
All
Nationality
All
Eligibility
Others: please check the website for details
Coverage
Others: please check the website for details


▲ Qualifications


International and overseas Chinese students enrolled complying with the “MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan,” “Regulations Regarding Study and Counseling Assistance for Overseas Chinese Students in Taiwan,” or “MOE regulations regarding Hong Kong and Macau residents undertaking studies in Taiwan,” and meeting the following criteria are eligible to apply:


(1)Full-time students: Only those who do not have working permit are eligible.


(2)Not receiving Taiwan Scholarships or Indonesia RISTEKDIKTI scholarship: those who have received Taiwan Scholarships (provided either by the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Ministry of Education) or RISTEKDIKTI Scholarship Program are not eligible to apply.


 



▲ Scholarship


(1) a. Doctoral Program: Full tuition waiver will be given during the first and second academic year.


b. Master Program: Full tuition waiver will be given during the first academic year.


(2) Stipend


a. Doctor program: a stipend of NT$ 20,000 per month will be given to the best qualified students during the first academic year (Fall Semester: from the month which classes start to next July; Spring Semester: from March to next January). From the second academic year onward, the mentors will provide assistantship to doctoral students according to “the Guideline of Instruction for CMU Graduate Students.”


b. Master program: a stipend of NT$ 10,000 per month will be given to the best qualified students for the first academic year.


 



▲ Graduate students who receive financial aid (hereinafter refer to the awardee students) must comply with the rules below:


(1) The awardee student must complete the registration processes for each semester. The scholarship will be suspended if the awardee takes a leave of absence, withdraw from the school, or become disqualified from the program. Those who take leave of absence may continue to receive the scholarship after they resume their studies at CMU.


(2) After enrollment and during the first semester, the student must select his/her advising professor and conform to his/her instruction. If by the end of the first semester, a student still cannot select his/her advising professor, the scholarship award will be suspended in the following semester.


(3) Holding a part-time or full- time job outside the campus will not be allowed. Any violation once verified, the student will be subject to revoking of the student status and the scholarship. The student will also be penalized according to the “MOE Regulations Regarding International Students Undertaking Studies in Taiwan”.

Websitehttp://regulation.cmu.edu.tw/statute_detail.php?sn=1055

Contact information


Office of International Affairs
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