University of the West of Scotland has established links in Taiwan and we are delighted to be welcoming a growing number of Taiwanese students to study with us.
With an extensive catalogue of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes designed to meet the demands of research and industry, the University continues to offer a wide range of opportunities to Taiwanese applicants.
There is an established community of Taiwanese students at UWS who play an active role in many of the University’s social societies and sports clubs. This means that as a student at UWS, you will have the opportunity to meet people from your home country as well as making new friends from Scotland and other parts of the world.
Our Admissions team are familiar with the Taiwanese education system and qualifications. If you have any questions about your application to study at UWS, please contact our Admissions team on: email@example.com.
If it isn’t your first language, you will need to have a good command of English to get the best results from your studies with us. All non-native English speakers are required to meet the English language criteria specified by the University.View our English Language Requirements
We are keen to provide as much information as possible that will help you in making your application to UWS. Below are specific notes depending on whether you are applying for one of our Bachelor (BA, BAcc, BD, BEng, BSc) degrees, Master (MA, MBA, MEd, MSc) degrees or Research (MRes, MPhil, PhD) degrees.
If you are applying from a non-EU/EEA country for entry to one of UWS's undergraduate degree courses, and have not applied already via UCAS, or have not applied to another UK university, then you may apply through our online application system.
International candidates applying through one of our recognised partners or agents for a full-time undergraduate degree course at UWS can also apply using our online application system.
To make the application process as smooth and stress-free as possible, we've compiled a step-by-step guide to applying to study at undergraduate level at UWS. Prior to beginning your application, we recommend that you read this to make sure you have everything you need and that you understand the process.
Applying to study a postgraduate taught course at University of the West of Scotland is a simple process through our online application system.
To make the application process as smooth and stress-free as possible, we've compiled a step-by-step guide to applying for a postgraduate taught course at UWS. Prior to beginning your application, we recommend that you read this to make sure you have everything you need and that you understand the process.
Applying to undertake a postgraduate research degree at University of the West of Scotland
is a simple process through our online application system. To make the application process as smooth and stress-free as possible, we've compiled a step-by-step guide to applying for a postgraduate research degree at UWS. Prior to beginning your application, we recommend that you read this to make sure you have everything you need and that you understand the process.
We are keen to meet with students from around the world who are interested in studying at UWS. Our international team and official representatives can provide information and advice on a one-to-one basis, helping you to make informed decisions on your studies.
The University has a global network of official representatives who can provide information, advice and support in choosing your university and making an application.
We have the following approved representatives in Taiwan:
At UWS, we have forged links with educational institutions all over the world. We work in collaboration with these institutions to provide international exchange opportunities for students, ranging from the year-long Erasmus+ programme with our partner institutions in Europe to joint Masters courses with institutions around the world. UWS is currently working closely with a number of Taiwanese institutions, engaging in joint research, knowledge partnerships and in running articulation programmes.
We work with many educational representatives in Taiwan.
Many of our official representatives have offices across many Taiwan states. However, we have simply listed their main or Head Office details here. Please use these details to find information on your local branch:
10F, No 261, Sec 3 Roosevelt Road, Taipei Tity 106, Taiwan
No. 54 Chongshan Road, Eastern District, Tainan City, 70169, Taiwan, ROC
Telephone: + 88 6 269 45 99
4F-9, 378 Wenhsin Rod, Sec. 1, Taichung 408, Taiwan
Telephone: + 88 6277 82600
2 Rusper Close, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA7 4QD, UK email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: +44208 432 0861
As well as being able to chat to one of our official representatives in Taiwan throughout the year, our international team regularly travels overseas to meet students and to attend exhibitions and events. If you are interested in meeting one of our representatives to learn more about studying at University of the West of Scotland, please email email@example.com.