Scholarships to study in Taiwan

> The Ministry of Education (MOE) Taiwan Scholarship Programme: Offers recipients NTD 40,000 (approximately RM6,000) each semester for tuition and miscellaneous expenses. Recipients who undertake undergraduate studies will be offered a monthly living allowance of NTD 15,000 (approximately RM2,200) and those undertaking postgraduate studies will be offered NTD 20,000 per month (approximately RM3,000).

> The MOE Huayu Enrichment Scholarship (HES): Offered to Mandarin learners, including beginners, to study at any accredited university-affiliated Mandarin language centres in Taiwan. Recipients will be awarded a monthly stipend of NTD 25,000 (approximately RM3,700). The HES duration is either three or six months.

> Eligible applicants for the Taiwan Scholarship and the HES are required to apply for admission directly to the university or college, and submit the scholarship application documents to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia. Application deadline for both: March 31.

> The Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund (ICDF) Scholarship Programme: Offered to Malaysian students who pursue specified master or doctoral degree programmes in 20 ICDF partner universities. A total of 25 study programmes available. Recipients will be provided with a full scholarship, including return airfare, housing, tuition and credit fees, insurance, textbook costs and a monthly allowance. Applicants have to apply via the Taiwan ICDF online application system, and submit a signed and printed copy, along with all other application documents to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia. Application deadline: March 15.

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