Education Division of the Taipei-Moscow Economic and Cultural Coordination Commission (ED TMECCC) Talks at Moscow State Linguistic University about Taiwan Government Scholarships, Research Grants, and Internships
In response to an invitation by Moscow State Linguistic University, William Lu, Secretary of the Education Division of Taipei-Moscow Economic and Cultural Coordination Commission (ED TMECCC) gave a presentation there on February 21, 2020, about the scholarships, internships, and research grants provided by the Taiwan Government, and by individual universities in Taiwan. Approximately 60 students, teachers, and administrative personnel attended.
The presentation began with four short films about the customs, eating habits, educational system, and life style in Taiwan that were shot by NTV TV station in 2017 and dictated by a famous local host, Elena Nikolaeva. Two Russian students then talked about their experience of studying and living in Taiwan. One had received Huayu Enrichment Scholarship to study Mandarin Chinese, while the other had stayed there half a year as an exchange student.
William Lu then gave details of the scholarships, internships, and research grants available to Russian and other international students, including Taiwan Scholarships, Huayu Enrichment Scholarships, ICDF Scholarships, Short Term Research Awards, Taiwan Fellowships, MOE APEC Scholarships, and the Taiwan Experience Education Programs (TEEP). His presentation was warmly received and followed by many questions. The TMECCC Education Division also provided information materials about TOCFL and Studying in Taiwan that people could take and read later.