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Asia University Scholarship

Asia University Scholarship

Currently, Asia University offers different types of scholarships, as shown below. Applicants may compete for a limited number of scholarships, and the type of awarded scholarship is decided by the Admission and Scholarship Committee.

  • Doctoral and Master Students:
    • Type A: Full Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees Waiver + 50% Dormitory Waiver & Monthly Stipend of 6000 NTD (not necessarily granted)
    • Type B: Full Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees Waiver
    • Type C: 50% Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees Waiver
  • Undergraduate Students:
    • Type A: Full Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees Waiver
    • Type B: 50% Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees Waiver
    • Type C: 50% Tuition Fees Waiver

To apply for Asia University scholarship, applicants must specify in the application form and submit it with all required application materials to the Center for International Academic Exchange. Scholarship recipients need to meet the following terms and conditions in order to continue their scholarship after the first year:

Undergraduates:

  1. Students awarded with scholarship A in Bachelor program should achieve an average grade of no less than 80 in previous academic year.
  2. Students awarded with scholarship B and C in Bachelor program should achieve an average grade of no less than 75 in previous academic year.

Graduates:

  1. Students awarded with scholarship A and B in Master program should achieve an average grade of no less than 80 in previous academic year and should have at least one paper published or accepted by Scopus conference or Scopus journal within one year from the date of registration.
  2. Students awarded with scholarship C in Master program should achieve an average grade of no less than 80 in previous academic year.
  3. Students awarded with scholarship A and B in PhD program should achieve an average grade of no less than 80 in previous academic year and should have at least one paper published or accepted by Scopus conference or Scopus journal within one and a half years from the date of registration.
  4. Students awarded with scholarship C in PhD program should achieve an average grade of no less than 80 in previous academic year.

To enhance internationalization and cultural exchange on campus, students awarded the part of monthly stipend are mandatory to participate in activities/services (30 hours per semester) arranged by the Office of International College. Admitted PhD applicants who are qualified and willing to teach Southeast Asian languages (Indonesian, Thai, Malay or Vietnamese) three hours per week are guaranteed to receive Scholarship A.

Asia University Foreign Student Scholarship Guideline 

  1. This KEY POINTS is promulgated by the Asia University (the University) as an inventive to encourage outstanding international students to apply for the University.
  2. The term of international students shall mean students bearing foreign nationality but not bearing status as overseas compatriot student and not bearing citizenship of the Republic of China, Taiwan.
  3. Up to 4 years of scholarship may be offered to undergraduate program, 2 years for graduate program, and 3 years for doctorate program.
  4. The budget account for the scholarship every academic year under this KEY POINTS shall be recorded under the International Academic Exchange Center, and the source of the fund shall be the student financial aid, which is appropriated from the tuition collected, provided by the University and the international student financial aid provided by the Ministry of Education.
  5. Subject to budget allocated each year, the University offers full exemption of tuition or scholarships of various types for certain number of students. The Review Committee of the International Academic Exchange Center shall first review the applicants according to academic performance, linguistic proficiency test score, subject of study, and other credentials. The passed candidates will be submitted to the president of the University for final awarding of scholarship.
  6. International students applying for this scholarship shall submit the Application Form for International Student Scholarship at the time of application for enrollment at the University to the International Academic Exchange Center.
  7. Those who have already awarded with full scholarship offered by our Government may not apply for this scholarship.
  8. Students qualified for scholarship may be disqualified if any of the followings applies:
    • Undergraduates with an average grade of less than 75 in previous academic year; Awarded A students in Bachelor’s, with an average grade of less than 80 in previous academic year.
    • Master students with an average grade of less than 80 in previous academic year; Awarded A and B students in Master’s, without paper published or accepted by Scopus indexed conferences or journal within one year from the date of your registration.
    • PhD students with an average grade of less than 80 in previous academic year; Awarded A and B students in PhD, without paper published or accepted by Scopus indexed conferences or journal within one and a half of years from the date of your registration.
    • Students who fail to complete registration for the year of enrollment, having enrollment acceptance withheld, on temporary suspension, or transfer out of the University, or repeat enrollment after temporary suspension.
  9. Students who falsify information or make untrue representation in enrollment application to cause this scholarship wrongfully awarded to them will have their scholarship qualification revoked and be held liable to return any and all scholarship already received.
  10. This KEY POINTS is promulgated with approval first from the Administrative Meeting and then the president of the University. Amendment of this Key POINTS shall follow the same.

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