Study in Taiwan

A small nation in the Western Pacific, Taiwan has emerged a vibrant powerhouse in the world economy. It has secured a leading role in numerous industries worldwide, particularly on the IT front. “The global economy couldn’t function without it,” BusinessWeek concludes in its May 16, 2005 cover story titled “Why Taiwan Matters.” Taiwan has accumulated such economic clout mainly on the back of an abundant pool of high-caliber human resources. The quality of human resources hinges on higher education.

In Taiwan, students can pursue higher learning at two-year and five-year junior colleges as well as universities and colleges. Like in many other countries, university undergraduate programs require four years of study; internships from six months to two years are sometimes required. Graduate programs leading to a Master’s degree require one to four years; those for a doctorate, two to seven years.

There are many kinds of scholarship and internship you can find in Taiwan.

For more information, please visit us on Study in Taiwan.

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