Application for the 2022 NTU-KYOTOU JOINT FUNDING has already ended. Information on the future call will be announced when available.
Purpose: To promote partnership between National Taiwan University and Kyoto University, the NTU-KU Joint Funding was established for faculty from the two universities to jointly apply for funding to further develop collaborations.
Funding period: April to December 31, 2022. (*International travel funded by KU for NTU students may be available until February 28, 2023.)
Funding items: NTU-provided funding shall be used for international travel and events. KU-provided funding shall be used for international travel by NTU Early-Career Researchers (which includes graduate students or recent graduates of Master’s/PhD degree engaging in research at NTU).
Funding amount: NTU shall provide up to TWD150,000, KU shall provide up to JPY400,000 ( for 4 students, each up to JPY100,000) per selected proposal.
Funding origin (NTU): Ministry of Education Higher Education Sprout Project (please follow relevant regulation for reimbursement).
Application period: Until January 14, 2022.
Eligibility: The principle investigators (PIs) from NTU and KU must be current full-time faculty members for the entire duration of the funding period.
To apply: Application materials should be emailed to both NTU and KU.
- Please carefully go through the Call for Proposal for application requirements.
- Please complete the application forms and email the documents to the following offices by January 14, 2022:
For further inquiries, please contact Jennifer Wang of Global Engagement, Office of International Affairs at:
T: +886-2-3366-2007 #254
Last revised on Dec. 23, 2021: Definition of Early-Career Researcher (ECR).