TMU International Student Scholarship

AY108 (2019) Cycle

Published on 2018-03-22

The application for AY108 (2019) is open from Now till March 10th, 2019.

To apply: http://iosys.tmu.edu.tw/scholarship/index/login

Regulations:

TMU International Graduate Student Scholarship Regulations and Qualifications  (Applied to awardees who entered in AY 2018/107 and earlier)

TMU International Graduate Student Scholarship Regulations and Qualifications  (Applied to awardees who entered in AY 2016/105 and earlier)

  • Limited to registered TMU international students.
  • You can log in to the system with your TMU account/ password.
  • Required documents are listed next to each type in the system.
  • Please note that if you are planning to apply for exchange events, it might effect the duration of your current or new semester’s stipend. For more information, please refer to the regulations.

(Regulations for other grants, please visit: https://oge.tmu.edu.tw/degree-students/regulations-forms/)

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