Study@TMU Writing Competition 2019 now STARTS!

April 17-30

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2019-04-17

TMU international students are encouraged to take part in the TMU Writing Competition to share your experiences of studying and living in Taiwan. To contest, you need to submit an essay of 800-1000 words on your reasons of choosing Taiwan and, more specifically, Taipei Medical University as a study destination and on how the experience has been for you.

Here are two pathways for the competition for the contestants to choose from:

【Pathway 1: Essay Writing】

This is for the individuals who wish to enter the writing competition only. Contestants should submit your essay online by April 30, 2019.

【Pathway 2: Essay Writing & Filming】

This is for the contestants who are also willing to take part in future TMU filming projects
Stage 1: Submit your essay online by April 30, 2019, for the writing competition AND selection for the filming project.
Stage 2: Shortlisted contestants will be invited for a face-to-face Interview.

Prizes include gift vouchers and TMU merchandise. Final winners will also be featured in Taipei Medical University’s promotional materials such as publications or films.

Entries will be judged by TMU staff, and the result will be announced by mid-May 2019.

We are looking forward to reading your entry!

Interested?

Fill out the form below or

Clink HERE to submit your essay before April 30 

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