Lok-an Taiwanese Grants for Vietnamese Students
LOK-AN TAIWANESE GRANTS
established in 2002 by Taiwan’s Lok-an Hospital
and the Association of
Taiwanese Romanization. The purpose of the grant is to promote the
comparative studies of Vietnam and Taiwan and thus further enhance the
cultural and academic exchange between the two countries.
The grant founders will
accomplish the purpose in the way assisting Vietnamese students to
complete their theses (BA or MA) or dissertations (Ph.D) on Taiwan-Vietnam
related issues. The grants provided for school year 2002 for Vietnamese
students are as follows:
All applicants to the Lok-an Taiwanese Grants must meet the following requirements:
proposal of thesis/dissertation must be related to Taiwan studies or
comparative studies of Taiwan and Vietnam in any areas, such as language,
literature, history, culture, society and economics.
applicants must have citizenship of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and
currently are enrolled in Vietnam’s university.
proposal of thesis/dissertation must have been officially approved by
their committee or department. (PS. Applicants may submit their
application before their thesis/dissertation is approved; however,
applicants with approved proposal will be given greater consideration.
Once accepted, the grantee has to supply the proof of approval in one year
in order to receive the grant. The grant will be h
grantees are required to submit to the Lok-an Hospital, at the end of the
period covered by the grant, a copy of their theses or dissertations,
which must acknowledge support by the Lok-an Taiwanese Grants.
application is accepted without any conditions, the grantee will be
immediately granted 50% of the grant. The remaining amount will be held
until the grantee’s thesis/dissertation is completed and approved by
to the Lok-an grants will be accepted only once per year, starting on
October 1 and closing on December 1. Please
submit your applications only during the indicated dates, otherwise your
application will not be considered. The final results will be announced by
the end of February of the following year. All applicants are required to
submit the following documents to the review committee in two formats,
i.e. a printed hard copy and electronic files (in DOC or PDF formats;
items 5 and 6 do not need electronic files). Electronic files may be
submitted by email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or by post. All documents must
include two language versions, one in Vietnamese, and the other in
Taiwanese, English, or Chinese.
Curriculum vitae or resume (including publications
or papers presented, if applicable).
Detailed proposal of thesis or dissertation to be
undertaken (maximum 10 pages).
Statement of plans in the near future after
Two letters of recommendations from professors.
Proof of approval of your thesis/dissertation
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Committee, Lok-an Taiwanese Grants, Lok-an Hospital,
Tongshiao Rd., Kangshan, Kaohsiung 820, Taiwan.