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Scholarship & Financial Aid Information

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Master’s and Doctoral Scholarships and Grants for International Students

  • Master's Program Scholarships and Grants shall be awarded to 25 students. The scholarships are included equal amount of the tuition and miscellaneous fees or credit fees, and grants covering living expenses TWD$ 8,000 per month. The living expenses will be paid for 10 months each year, totaling TWD$160,000 for two years. Candidates must meet the following conditions prior to admission.
    • Those who have obtained one of the following certificates within five years prior to admission: a TOEFL ITP 500 score or above, a TOEFL iBT score 61 or above, a TOEIC score 650 or above, an IELTS score Band 5.0 or above, a Foreign Language Proficiency Test (FLPT-English) average score 65, or a Linguaskill Business Language Testing Service (BULATS) score 45 or above.
    • Those who have obtained a GRE Quantitative Reasoning score 160 or above within five years prior to admission.
    • Proof of other relevant performance or achievements.
  • Doctoral Program Scholarships and Grants shall be awarded to 50 students. The scholarships are included equal amount of the tuition and miscellaneous fees or credit fees, and grants covering living expenses TWD$ 12,000 per month. The living expenses will be paid for 10 months each year, totaling TWD$ 480,000 for four years.     Candidates must meet the following conditions prior to admission.
    • Those who have obtained one of the following certificates within five years prior to admission: a TOEFL ITP 523 score or above, a TOEFL iBT score 69 or above, a TOEIC score 700 or above, an IELTS score Band 5.5 or above, a Foreign Language Proficiency Test (FLPT-English) total score 240 in the three written tests, or a Linguaskill Business Language Testing Service (BULATS) score 60 or above.
    • Those who have obtained a GRE Quantitative Reasoning score 160 or above within five years prior to admission.
    • Proof of other relevant performance or achievements.
    • If there is an external project funding subsidy (for  example, the Ministry of Science and Technology subsidizes the pilot program of universities and colleges to cultivate outstanding doctoral students), students are not allowed to receive the scholarships covering living expenses repeatedly, except for the scholarships and grants covering tuition and miscellaneous fees.

For detailed guidelines, please visit the website,
https://regulation.cgu.edu.tw/p/403-1057-1196-1.php

TA or RA opportunities available

International students who have been enrolled at CGU can apply for research assistant (RA) or teaching assistant (TA) positions from colleges or advisors.

  • The scholarship for each RA recipient of master program is TWD$4,000~12,000 per month.
  • The scholarship for each RA recipient of PhD program is TWD$8,000~24,000 per month.
  • The scholarship for each TA recipient is TWD$8,000~10,000 per month.

 

CGU Academic
scholarship for
outstanding students
(Undergraduate
Programs)

International students who have been enrolled at CGU for more than one semester may apply. Transcript of the previous semester will be required upon applying. Ten thousand TWD$ dollars for the first place; seven thousand dollars for the second place, and four thousand dollars for the third place of every class per semester. The scholarship qualification will be reviewed for each semester of applicants' academic performance.

For detailed guidelines, please visit the website,
https://regulation.cgu.edu.tw/p/406-1057-58388,r1842.php

Taiwan Scholarship
(Government Agencies)

Provided by 2 government agencies: MOE and MOFA

  • Must be applied via the nearest Taiwan Embassy or Representative Office in the applicant’s home country.
  • Time to apply: February 1 to March 31.

Please refer to the MOE web site for more information, http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/Default.aspx?loc=en