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【Scholarship】107-1 Subsidized Scholarship for Outstanding Overseas Chinese Graduate Students

Dear Overseas Chinese Students,


Please find the following information about ‘‘Subsidized Scholarship for Outstanding Overseas Chinese Graduate Students.’’ 

For the ‘‘NDHU Instructions Regarding Subsidized Scholarship for Outstanding Overseas Chinese Graduate Students,’’

please refer to the link below.


I. Application Criteria:

(a) Outstanding overseas Chinese students studying at an NDHU graduate institute

pursuant to the ‘‘Regulations Regarding Study and Counseling Assistance for Overseas Chinese Students in Taiwan’’


(b) Has completed studying for at least one semester (including students directly admitted to doctoral programs)


(c) Taking at least six credits per semester,

and the average academic and conduct grades of the previous semester shall be 80 or above


(d) Overseas Chinese students shall not be eligible to apply for subsidized scholarship,

if they already receive tuition subsidies, exemptions, or scholarships from the Taiwan government


II. Awarding Amount and Period:

NTD 10,000/ month, from August, 2018 to January, 2019


III. Application Documents:

Please use a stapler to fasten the documents and submit in the following order.

(a) Application form (as attached)

(b) Study plan (as attached)

(c) Autobiography (as attached)

(d) Letter of recommendation from your department professor (as attached)

(e) Original copy of academic transcript of the second semester of academic year 106

(including class ranking certificateplease go to Registry Division, Office of Academic Affairs to apply for the certificate)

(f) Relevant service certificates issued within one year (if any)


IV. Application Dates:

8:30 am12:00 pm, 1:005:00 pm, September 13 to September 14, 2018

Please submit the application documents to Office of International Affairs within the application period.

Application submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. 




Elvia Wang


International Recruitment and Admissions Division,

Office of International Affairs