Name of scholarship/program
TIGP-Molecular Medicine Program (MM)
About TIGP-Molecular Medicine Program (MM)
Eligibility and other criteria
The Molecular Medicine Ph.D. program is administered jointly by the Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica and the School of Life Science, National Yang-Ming University. This program offers over 120 faculty members specializing in both fundamental research and advanced technological development. The Molecular Medicine program utilizes its very close collaboration among the research community at various institutes of Academia Sinica as well as its close ties with clinicians at major medical centers throughout Taiwan. The program is designed to offer specific trainings and research opportunities to Ph.D. students who are interested in working at the frontier of biomedical science.
[Fellowship and Stipend]
TIGP provides fellowship support of NT$34,000 (about over US$1100) per month for all graduate students during the first year of their enrollment. The support will be extended for another two years upon evidence of satisfactory progress towards the degree. In subsequent years, the financial support will be provided by the students thesis advisor. The amount of the support will be at the discretion of the advisor.
Individuals (either international students or students from Taiwan) with a B.S. or M.Sc. degree (or equivalent) from an accredited institution are eligible to apply. Students holding only a B.S. degree require evaluation by the admission committee to advance onto the Ph.D. program at the end of their first year of study.
The following documents are required to best evaluate the applicant's qualification for admission:
1. Bachelor's Degree and/or Master's Degree
2. English Proficiency Test Score: TOEFL, IELTS or GEPT (for local applicants)
3. GRE Score (optional)
4. Undergraduate and/or Graduate Academic Transcripts
5. Three Letters of Recommendation
6. Statement of Purpose
7. Supporting Documents (eg. publications, original papers)
* February 28, 2019
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