Congratulations to the 110th class alumna, Ting-Yu Liu, received the award of 110th European Union Scholarship from the Ministry of Education
—Below is excerpted from the Ministry of Education’s announcement—
“The 110th EU Scholarship from the MOE” winner list has been announced, there’re 10 approved students and 2 on the waiting list this year, going to the UK, France, Germany, and the Netherlands, etc. to study for master programs. The annual award amount is 12,000 Euro and the grant period is 1 year. The award-winning students’ study fields across tourism, education, regional studies, gender, energy, disaster prevention, rural development, marine and public health, etc.
The Ministry of Education EU Scholarship is to encourage outstanding Taiwanese students to actively participate in the “Erasmus+ Mundus Joint Master Degrees” (EMJMD) under the framework of the EU’s “New Erasmus+ Program” (Erasmus+). Since its inception in 1995, the program has sent 133 recipients to the EU to study for master’s and doctoral degrees. It plays an important role in promoting exchanges between Taiwan and EU countries in various fields.
The purpose of the EU New Erasmus Scholarship is to promote student exchange in Europe, increase social participation of young people and cooperation and mobility with partner countries, and also encourage young people from all over the world to apply. Each year, more than 100 courses (including globalization, performing arts, languages, economics, engineering mathematics, etc.) are announced for students to choose from. Each course lasts for 1 to 2 years, and each subject has at least 2 EU countries supporting the partnerships.
(MOE website announcement: https://www.edu.tw/News_Content.aspx?n=9E7AC85F1954DDA8&s=3CEE88BD9A6EB9B2)