The Queen's University of Belfast offers ONE scholarship jointly
with the British Trade and Cultural Office, for a self-financed
postgraduate student from Taiwan admitted to the University.
ONE scholarship is available in the 2003/2004 academic year for an
outstanding scholar from Taiwan to attend one of the below-mentioned
Masters courses at Queen's University
Candidates must be citizens of Taiwan and be normally
resident in Taiwan.
Candidates must be self-financed and must register as
full-time postgraduate students of the University.
The scholarship may be held for one year only.
The scholarship may be held by a student on any
postgraduate degree course offered by the University.
The value of this
- full tuition fee
- cost of a up to 2
month Pre-Sessional English Language course where required as part
of the offer
- one economy class
return airfare from Taipei to UK
All candidates who have firmly accepted an offer of a
place on a postgraduate degree course may apply for this scholarship
on a Scholarship Application Form available from the British Council
Taipei. The completed form must be returned to the British Council
Taipei by 30 March 2003 at the latest.
Scholars will be selected by a Joint Queen's
University of Belfast - British Trade and Cultural Office Selection
Applications for admission to postgraduate courses or
research should be sent to:
Dr Gerry Cleary,
Lanyon Building North,
Queen's University Belfast,
N. Ireland, UK.
The range of courses include:
•Computer Science and
•Computer Based Learning
•Opto-electronics and Optical
The scholar must pay for all accommodation and living
expenses. Accommodation will be provided in university-owned accommodation
on or near the campus. The scholarship is not intended to support an
individual who is primarily interested in pursuing an academic career, but
rather a person who is likely to become a future leader, decision-maker or
opinion former in government, commercial field or the media.