TMU GRANTS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS & PEER TUTORING PROGRAM (107-2)

[Application Open Now]

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2019-05-13

Here are the types of grants (click on the grants for regulations) available to TMU international students.

Application is now open till May 31, 2019.
Online application system: http://iosys.tmu.edu. tw/scholarship/index/login
You can log in to the system with your TMU account/ password.
Required documents are listed next to grants in the system.

We are also taking in applications for the Tutoring Program, please download the application form and fill it out then send it in for review. We will get back to you within 2 weeks. The program is open through the semester; however, there are application deadlines and payment request deadlines. You may find detailed information on our website.

If you have any questions, please contact ISS at iss@tmu.edu.tw.

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