The Taiwan Studies Program at UCLA is one of the most active and vibrant centers for the study of Taiwan in the United States.
Taiwan Huayu Bilingual Exchanges of Selected Talent (BEST) Program Short-Term Study Scholarship at National Taiwan Normal UniversityFunding for study of Mandarin Chinese at NTNU
Taiwan Huayu Bilingual Exchanges of Selected Talent (BEST) Program Long-Term Study Scholarship at National Taiwan Normal UniversityFunding for study of Mandarin Chinese at NTNU
Funding for Taiwan Studies Graduate ResearchFunding for research on Taiwan. Deadline: February 25, 2022
Funding for Faculty Research on TaiwanFunding for research on Taiwan. Deadline: May 2, 2022
Taiwan in the World Chinese Language FellowshipsFunding for Chinese language and area studies. Deadline: February 25, 2022
J. Yang Scholarships for 2022-2023Deadline: February 25, 2022
Taiwan Studies Undergraduate Summer Research FellowshipFunding for research on Taiwan. Deadline: May 2, 2022
Taiwan in the World Postdoctoral FellowshipOne-year postdoctoral fellowship in Taiwan studies with a social science or policy focus.
Deadline: April 1, 2022
Cross-Strait Relations and East Asian Politics under the Biden AdministrationUCLA Taiwan in the World Program Lecture
Yeh-chung Lu (National Chengchi University)
Moderated by Lachlan McNamee (UCLA)
Taiwan for Her: Gender (In)Equality in TaiwanUCLA Taiwan in the World Lecture
Weiting Wu (Shih Hsin University)
Moderated by Shan-Jan Sarah Liu (University of Edinburgh)
Taiwanese Language Taught at UCLA
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