Funding and costs
TIGP offers rigorous, interdisciplinary education at affordable prices. Once admitted, each TIGP student will receive a monthly stipend of NT$34,000 (around USD$1,133) for the first year. For students who perform well, this stipend will be extended for a further 2 to 3 years based on our stipend regulation. Post the stipend allowance period, further financial support is dependent upon individual thesis advisor.
The tuition fee is different by the campus you enrolled. The exact fee for each semester is determined by the universities.Medical Insurance
Six months after receiving an Alien Resident Certificate (ARC), students will be qualified to enroll in Taiwan’s National Health Insurance Program. The expected payment is about NT$749 (US$25) per month. The medical insurance will cover the same medical coverage as all Taiwan citizens.Housing & Living
Academia Sinica has a dormitory building for TIGP graduate students near the Academia Sinica campus. Rooms are available to TIGP graduate students for NT$5,500 per month (guarantee for first year only, more details in TIGP website). Rents for off-campus apartments range from NT$ 5,000-15,000 per month. Meals are available at the Activity Center Cafeteria/Dining Hall, the Chinese restaurant, and the Western restaurant on the Academia Sinica campus at modest costs.