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Taiwan offers scholarships to study medicine

The Embassy of China (Taiwan) has announced that it is accepting applications for medicine studies scholarships at the “School of Medicine for International Students at the I-Shou University (ISU). Graduates receive a degree of doctor in medicine.

The studies are financed by the Taiwanese Fund for International Cooperation and Development (ICDF).
Applications for the four-year academic program in English need to be received from 2 January 2017 to 15 March 2017. A written admission test will be given on 21 April 2017 and an oral test in the English language on 26 and 27 April.

The scholarship requires students to return to their countries of origin and bans them from applying for a medical license in Taiwan or practicing medicine in Taiwan. The scholarship covers tuition and other fees, and accommodation, textbook and subsistence allowances.

A photocopy of the applicant’s passport and high school or university studies certificates need to be included. Translations into Chinese or English must be notarized by the Taiwanese mission. Proof of having taken at least six credits in biology, chemistry or life sciences courses needs to be presented, as well as English proficiency test scores from the past two years (TOEFL, IELTS), an autobiography in English and three letters of recommendation in English or with English translations.

The documents need to be submitted to the Republic of China (Taiwan) Embassy at Av. Rómulo Betancourt 1360, Bella Vista, Santo Domingo.

Read about the program and its admission requirements at:…file_98763.pdf

To apply, visit the School of Medicine for International Students at:

Also see the Taiwan ICDF form at:

For additional information, contact the School of Medicine for International Students at or by email to

Source: DR1

Dec 21, 2016

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