The J. Yang Scholarship will be awarded by the UCLA Asia Pacific Center (APC) to particularly brilliant Taiwanese students who wish to study at UCLA. For the academic year 2022-2023, new or continuing graduate students in master’s and doctorate programs across the College of Letters and Science and professional schools may apply.
In Taiwan, you must have finished high school or undergraduate studies.
Non-resident tuition (NRST), in-state tuition, a living stipend, or research expenditures may be covered in full or in part by the prizes.
New and continuing students should submit an online application to the Asia Pacific Center. Departments will be asked to submit nomination letters directly to the APC.
The following materials are included in the application:
A proposal of 1-2 pages in length is required. This should include your specific research interests and intentions for the academic year 2022-2023, such as coursework completion, local or international research that includes data collecting and analysis, dissertation preparation, and so on. Also, list the types of expenses you expect to be able to cover with this money.
UCLA transcript (unofficial) or most recent university transcript (minimum GPA of 3.0 required)
2 Requested amount
3 During the grant period, other sources of funding (internal or external fellowships, TA or GSR appointments, etc.)
4 One letter of recommendation from a professor
To apply: https://www.international.ucla.edu/apc/article/234536