Careers and Opportunities
Following their grant period teaching in Taiwan, Fulbright ETAs pursue a variety of career paths. Many continue on to graduate programs in medicine, law, liberal arts, and more. Others decide to extend their stay in Taiwan by pursuing language studies or finding local teaching jobs or other roles for which they are qualified. Fulbright alumni have gone on to become consultants, university lecturers, international program coordinators, and more.
For information on Fulbright's extension programs, please see Additional ETA Opportunities.
Scholarships & Fellowships
- Taiwan International Graduate Program - Academia Sinica's Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP) offers scholarships for various PhD programs in the sciences, held in collaboration with various research universities around Taiwan. Scholarships provide a monthly stipend of NTD $34,000, with the possibility of renewal beyond the first year.
- Huayu Enrichment Scholarship (HES) - The Ministry of Education (MOE) of Taiwan provides the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship (HES) to encourage international students to study Mandarin in Taiwan. The scholarship provides a monthly stipend of NTD $25,000, with awards ranging from two months to a full year.
- MOFA Taiwan Scholarship - The MOFA Taiwan Scholarship encourages international students to pursue academic degrees (undergraduate, master's, PhD, and pre-degree Mandarin Language Programs) in Taiwan and to deepen their understanding of Taiwan's academic environment. Award amounts vary depending on degree program.
- MOE Taiwan Scholarship - The MOE Taiwan Scholarship encourages international students to pursue academic degrees (undergraduate, master's, and PhD) in Taiwan and to deepen their understanding of Taiwan's academic environment. Award amounts vary depending on degree program.
A full list of university scholarships for international students is available online at Study in Taiwan.