Study programme in Taiwan

Deadline: July 15

> Malaysian medical practitioners, government health officials and senior medical school students can now apply for the “New Southbound Policy Short-term Study Programme”.

> Co-organised by the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Taipei Medical University (TMU), the programme aims to promote exchanges of medical and health professionals and officials from countries in the region.

> The on-campus programme will start from September to January next year.

> The sponsorship offers students a monthly stipend of NTD8,000 (approximately RM1,183), credit fees for major subjects and Chinese language courses, accommodation and other subsidies during their study in Taiwan, as well as expenses for cultural visits and exchange activities related to the programme.

> One direct round-trip economy-class air ticket between Malaysia and Taiwan will also be provided.

> The programme consists of special classes in English.

> Students are required to complete six to 15 credits of professional courses and six hours of Chinese language courses weekly (offered by the National Taipei University of Technology).

> Monthly activities such as cultural visits and supplement language classes will be arranged to enrich students’ experience and life in Taiwan.Details:; TMU Facebook:

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