2020 Global Talent Internship Program

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2020-01-09

Are you ready to join our community? Please review the items below before you start your application. 

FEES

  • The program fee and local travel insurance will be provided by MOST GASE.
  • Participants are responsible for airfares, visas, meals, local transportation, personal insurance and other personal expenses.
  • Regarding the accommodation fee:
    • Accommodation during 30th June – 6th July (6 nights) and 24th -26th August (2 nights) will be provided by MOST GASE.
    • Accommodation during 6th July to 24th August will be paid by the subsidy you received from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (R.O.C.) for the amount of NT$43,750 (approx. US$1,380) before tax (18%).
      **Please note that the accommodation fee may varied from the choice of accommodation in different cities.

APPLICATION PERIOD

20 December 2019 – 21 February 2020

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY

  • Preference is given to applicants with the following qualifications:
    • Students currently enrolled in graduate school (master & PhD students)
    • University junior students (or above) with research experience
  • Passport holders of People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, or Macau (including dual citizenship) are NOT eligible to apply.
  • Current degree seeking students, exchange and visiting students in Taiwanese educational institutions are NOT eligible to apply.
  • People who have registered household in Taiwan (Republic of China) are NOT eligible to apply.

APPLICATION MATERIALS

The following materials are required for application:

  1. Online Application Form
  2. Statement of Purpose (within 700 words)
  3. Curriculum Vitae in PDF format
  4. Research Proposal (no word limit)
  5. Letter of Recommendation in PDF format
  6. Official English Transcripts in PDF format
  7. Copy of Passport (Bio-page)
  8. Head-shot Photo (360×480 pixel) in JPG format
  9. Other Supplementary Documents (Optional)

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  • MOST GASE admissions committee will conduct a preliminary screening on all submitted documents.
  • You will receive a notification email before February 26, 2020. If you are qualified for the next round, please follow the instructions provided in the email and fill out the preference list.
  • The submitted documents then will be sent to the supervisors of your choice according to the preference list. They will conduct the second round of application review.
  • MOST GASE will announce the final list of accepted candidates by email on the week of March 23, 2020.

DETAILED INFORMATION

http://gasesummer.most.ntu.edu.tw/

For international visits, student exchange and partnership establishment, please reach us at gps@tmu.edu.tw.

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