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Centre of Taiwan Studies

Scholarships in Taiwan Studies

  1. The Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation offers a range of scholarships including Research Grants, PhD Dissertation Fellowships, and Post Doctoral Fellowships.

  2. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Taiwan has established the Taiwan Fellowship to award foreign experts and scholars interested in researches related to Taiwan, cross-strait relations, mainland China, Asia-Pacific region and Chinese studies to conduct advanced research at universities or academic institutions in Taiwan.

  3. The Center for Chinese Studies at the National Central Library in Taipei offers scholarships for PhD and Post-Doctoral Researchers carrying out Chinese studies research in Taiwan.

  4. The National Taiwan Library in Taipei offers a Taiwan Study Research Grants for three to six months in the field of Taiwan Studies.

  5. The Huayu Enrichment Scholarship is administered at the application stage by BACS; the information for the 2015-16 award has recently been posted upon the BACSwebsite. Please contact co-ordinator for the BACS-Taiwan Scholarship programme, Dr Qian Kan, with any questions regarding the application process: qian.kan@open.ac.uk. Alternatively, for questions relating to the scholarship itself, contact Olivia Saunders at the Education Division, Taipei Representative Office in the U.K., at eduuk3@btconnect.com. Please find the word document on "Ministry of Education Huayu Enrichment Scholarship is now Open for Applications until 26th March, 2015" on the page's right hand side bar.

  6. Details of the Taiwan Scholarship are also available on the TRO website, although potential applicants need to contact Olivia Saunders at eduuk3@btconnect.com to request an application form. Please find the word document on "Taiwan Scholarship 2015 Applications" on the page's right hand side bar.

  7. Academia Sinica in Taiwan offers postdoctoral fellowships for researchers.

  8. The European Research Center on Contemporary Taiwan offers doctoral and postdoctoral fellowships for research projects related to Taiwanese politics, society, law, economics or cross-strait relations.

  9. The British Academy, in cooperation with the National Science Council and Academia Sinica in Taiwan, offers research grants for joint projects between British and Taiwanese Scholars.