Luchen Scholarship Fund for Taiwanese Students

The Luchen Scholarship Fund offers scholarships to defray tuition and other costs for students who pursued a degree at certain Taiwanese institutions.

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The Luchen Scholarship provides support for undergraduate or graduate tuition and fees, and may also be used to defray other living expenses, up to the maximum for a full scholarship of $30,000.


Scholarship applicants must first be admitted to a degree program at the University of Cincinnati in a STEM-related discipline. UC programs have cut-off dates for admissions. Apply early to qualify.

Preference shall be given to:

  • Students in STEM-related disciplines and students in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
  • International students who obtained or are pursuing an undergraduate degree at 
    • Ming Chi University of Technology ("Ming Chi")
    • National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech)
    • Feng Chia University 
    • National Chung Hsing University
    • National Taiwan Ocean University
  • Students who have financial need or financial limitations.

Applicable Programs

College of Arts & Sciences

Lindner College of Business

College of Engineering & Applied Science

All master's degree programs in the College of Engineering & Applied Science are eligible for the Luchen Scholarship. Please see the CEAS website for more information on available graduate programs and dual degree programs with international partners.

Scholarship Application

Once admitted to a UC program, students will apply for the Luchen Scholarship using UC's scholarship database, Scholarship Universe.

The Luchen Scholarship priority application deadline is April 30.


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Jenni Sutmoller

Director, International Strategic Partnerships, UC International