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ITRI Graduate Scholarship Program (PhD)

Posted by nuanen on February 14, 2009 at 3:56 PM Comments comments (0)

If you are congolese and you are interested in this scholarhip you need to learn English first and do the TOEFL test. Once you pass the test and you have a " bac-license degree" then you can apply to this scholarhip. I'll be posting in the near future on how to make impressive resume (CV) to get such scholarships. Keep on checking.


If you are looking for the best development opportunity for yourself in the exciting technology frontier, this is the program to make your dream come true. The ITRI Graduate Scholarship Program offers foreign MS degree holders a comprehensive 4-year scholarship to pursue their Ph.D. in Taiwan, while joining collaborative research projects between Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and two outstanding science and technology universities, National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU) and National Tsing-Hua University (NTHU).


What does the scholarship offer?

-Monthly scholarship of NT$30,000(~US$900).

-Full tuition fees during the Ph.D. studies.

-Additional research stipend when participating in dissertation research projects at ITRI.

-Employment opportunity at ITRI after graduation.

-This program extends the scholarship and tuition offer to eligible students up to 4 years depending on annual review of academic performance. 
-Students failing to meet academic standards as required by partner universities will lose eligibility for this offer.



-Proof of foreign citizenship

-Proof of a Master’s degree or equivalent

-Graduate GPA of at least 3.4 or equivalent academic performance

-TOEFL (if applicable) score of 550 or above for paper -based test (213 for computer-based test).

-For the GRE comprised of Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical sections, a total score of 1650 or above is required. For the new GRE version comprised of Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical. Writing sections, a minimum of 400 is required on Verbal, 650 on Quantitative, and 3.5 on Analytical Writing.


Required Documentations:

-Application submissions should be made to the Program Office.

-Required Documents (please send originals by post unless otherwise indicated):

---Application Form (Click here to download)
--Current CV / Resume (may be sent by e-mail)
--Letter of Application (Statement of Purpose) (may be sent by e-mail)
--Academic Transcript (Graduate degree) 
--TOEFL and GRE test scores (Direct from testing service) 
--At least two recommendation letters from professors. 
--Applicants with working experience should provide one additional recommendation letter from a supervisor at work. 
--Any other supportive materials for demonstrating academic excellence (published papers, technical reports, etc.)
--Other documents as required by partner universities that you apply for.


Send Documents to: Mr. Daniel King Tel: +886 3 591 7886 or Ms. Hsiu-mei Chien Tel: +886 3 591 2994 


ITRI Graduate Scholarship Program
Chung Hsing Road Section 4, No. 195
Building 51, Room 315
Chu-tung, Hsinchu, Taiwan 310

Fax: +886 3 5910015 

Author: Franck Nzanda



Introduction on issues in the kivu region , drc

Posted by nuanen on January 5, 2008 at 11:42 AM Comments comments (0)

this article is in french and our professional translator is still working on the English version. view the full article in French under Introduction page

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Author: Franck Nzanda

facts chronology: crisis in the kivu region overview

Posted by nuanen on January 5, 2008 at 11:38 AM Comments comments (0)

Mr. Mwene Bwenge wrote" At independence all Congolese citizens were equally entitled to freely participate in the management of the region and decide on their destiny. However it was not for long. Civil and wide scale human rights violations arose during the Mobutu regime and continued during the two Kabila regimes (Kabila the son and Kabila the father)." " These violations were mostly manifested in the following crisis... ", he continued. View the full article

Author: Emmanuel Mpoze

The Zairean/Congolese ABahutu Ethymology, Philosophy and History

Posted by nuanen on December 26, 2007 at 1:04 PM Comments comments (0)

The Zairean/Congolese ABahutu people live in Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) at the border with Uganda and Rwanda.Full story...

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Author: Franck nzanda