Foreign Government Scholarships
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is a one year non-degree scholarship program offered by the Indonesian government to all foreign students from countries which have diplomatic relationship with Indonesia to study Bahasa Indonesia, arts, music, crafts and particular subject in 54 selected Indonesian Higher Education Institutions (HE) in different cities in Indonesia.
In 2010, the Ministry of Education collaborated with the Taiwan-United States Sister Relations Alliance to establish the Global Ambassador Scholarship Program. Each year, around 55 students are given the opportunity to study Mandarin in Taiwan during summer break on a monthly stipend of NT$25,000 (approximately US$830).
This program is designed to familiarize participants with the Korean education system and share the best practices in promoting international education. A round trip ticket (economy class), lodging and program participation expenses will be provided by NIIED.
In 2016, the Ministry of Education signed an agreement with American Councils for International Education to establish the Taiwan Intensive Summer Language Program and the Tradition and Modernity in Taiwan program, which enable dedicated students of Mandarin to complete a year of academic study in eight weeks.
The Government of Flanders launched a new scholarship programme in 2015, Master Mind Scholarships. It awards up to 45 scholarships to outstanding Master students from all countries each year. 5 scholarships are reserved exclusively for American students.
Ministry of Education subsidies are available for groups of Mandarin students who wish to study in Taiwan. In 2019, five student groups came to Taiwan through this program. Each student is provided a weekly stipend of NT $4,000 (approximately US$130).
The aim of this programme is to promote exchange of students between Belgium/Flanders and a number of priority countries (e.g. USA). Under the Priority Country Programme both a pair (two persons) of students can be exchanged in the framework of a duo-project, as well as outgoing mobility from Flanders only. Mobility from 1 month up to 1 year.
Half-day, one-day, or longer Chinese courses created by universities in Taiwan combine traveling with Chinese lessons and unique cultural experiences.
Ecuador’s Ministry of Education developed the “Time to Teach” program to increase upward mobility by improving English education in public schools throughout the country. Volunteers have the opportunity to gain teaching experience, explore Ecuador’s rich cultural heritage and enjoy one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world.
The Ministry of Education offers subsidies for groups of foreigners who teach Mandarin in U.S. schools, colleges, or universities to visit Taiwan for further professional training and observation. A subsidy of NT$2,000 per day (approximately US$65) is provided for 2 weeks for each teacher.