J. Yang Scholarship (2023–24)
The UCLA Asia Pacific Center offers the J. Yang Scholarship for new or continuing students across the divisions of the College of Letters and Science and professional schools. Eligible applicants must have completed their high school or undergraduate education in Taiwan. New or continuing graduate students in master’s and doctoral programs may apply for awards to cover whole or partial non-resident tuition (NRST), in-state tuition, living stipend, or research expenses.
New students entering UCLA in fall 2022: You may submit the statement of purpose from your UCLA application as your proposal. Please submit the transcript for your most recent university degree program. If you would like to resubmit one of your UCLA application recommendation letters without requesting it again from your recommender, please enter the name and contact information of your UCLA department's graduate student advisor in the reference fields. Contact the advisor indicating which recommendation from your file to add to the scholarship application, and confirming that you consent to this letter being shared with the Asia Pacific Center.
Under the "Eligibility Conditions" heading, please check all that apply, but you must check at least one to be eligible for this scholarship.
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