Taiwan Studies Programme

Taiwan Scholarship Briefing

E07 Teaching and Learning Building, University Park
Wednesday 5th February (13:30) - Monday 30th March 2020 (15:00)
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The TSP is delighted to invite several speakers to debrief various scholarship schemes about learning Mandarin in Taiwan or conducting research in Taiwan. The language scholarships are open to those holding a full UK passport and currently studying Chinese (at any level).


  • Deputy Representative Shyang-Yun Cheng, Taipei Representative Office in the UK
  • Director Nicole Lee , Taipei Representative Office in the UK
  • Director of the Consular Division Ken K.C Yang, Taipei Representative Office in the UK
  • Jamie Bettles Internship in Taipei, currently Pagoda Projects
  • Dr Daniel Mutibwa, School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies, University Of Nottingham, Taiwan Fellowship Recipient 2019

The presentation will introduce several major funding opportunities provided by academic institutions and the ROC government. They include:

Scholarships (PP)

Study Huayu in Taiwan 華語文獎學金(MOE Scholarship) – For those who want to enhance their Huayu (Chinese) ability, the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship (PDF) is a fantastic opportunity both to learn the language and experience the culture.

Study degree programmes in Taiwan 臺灣獎學金(MOE Scholarship) – The Taiwan Scholarship (PDF) provides funding (PDF) to those wishing to undertake an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in Taiwan, covering degree programmes taught in English or in Mandarin.

Fellowships (PDF)

  • Taiwan Fellowship臺灣獎助金計畫(Established by Ministry of Foreign Affairs)– This is a research funding scheme for academics and PhD students. 
  • Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Fellowship and Grants 蔣經國基金會研究獎助
  • Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese Studies program外籍學人來臺研究漢學獎助 (by the National Central Library, Taiwan)

Youth Mobility Scheme (PDF) Taipei Representative Office in the UK

The Youth Mobility Scheme (YMS) (PDF) is a working holiday programme.It emphasises holiday first, work second. It is designed to foster in-depth cultural exploration and boost international exchanges among young people ages 18 to 30.


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Taiwan Studies Programme

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