Scholarship Description: The Taiwan Global Leaders Scholarship is an exciting opportunity for high-performing Taiwanese students to continue their education in the UQ Business, Economics and Law Faculty. Challenge yourself academically and develop the skills required to thrive in a competitive and ever-changing business environment. This scholarship is available to students from semester 1 and semester 2. The deadline for students from semester 1 is November 30th. The application deadline for students from the 2nd semester is April 30th. Successful Global Leaders Fellows Receive: US $ 5,000 Tuition Scholarship. The final amount awarded to successful applicants is at the discretion of the selection committee.Students will join a prestigious UQ Global Leaders community of top performers throughout their studies while enhancing their employability and leadership skills through priority access to the exciting opportunities offered by offered develop the Faculty of Economics and Law. In addition, students receive exclusive invitations to certain seminars and events “by invitation only” throughout their studies. Upon graduation, students will join a global network of outstanding alumni of global leaders and expand their professional networks at home and abroad. Eligibility Citizens of Taiwan who normally reside in Taiwan and have not yet studied in Australia *. Anyone studying an English course ** in Australia can still apply. Students should not take another scholarship for tuition fees at the same time. Students who have received an offer for a relevant postgraduate course and are newcomers to the UQ (this option does not exist for students who are currently matriculated at UQ or for students who are studying at UQ during a study abroad or exchange study). Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and top performing students are encouraged to apply. * Studying in Australia can include a diploma, certificate, undergraduate degree or degree. ** An English course / program generally serves to prepare the English requirements for admission to university studies (in the case of UQ, an academic IELTS or TOEFL).