NTU-KyotoU Joint Funding

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 Information

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 Information

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.

    1. Please carefully go through the Call for Proposal for application requirements.
    2. Please complete the application forms and email the documents to the following offices by January 14, 2022:


    • NTU-KU Joint Funding 2022 – Call for Proposals (PDF)
    • NTU-KU Joint Funding 2022 – Application Form (Word / OpenDocument)

For further inquiries, please contact Jennifer Wang of Global Engagement, Office of International Affairs at:
T: +886-2-3366-2007 #254
E: jenniferwang@ntu.edu.tw

Last revised on Dec. 23, 2021: Definition of Early-Career Researcher (ECR).