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Hi - it seems that all scholarships I find online for Master's degrees are only for people under the age of 35. I have 2 questions :

 

  • Is it only for people under the age of 35 or of 35 and under? Because in Chinese it usually says 35以下, while in English it will usually say under 35. 
  • Is anyone familiar with scholarships for Master's degrees for people over 35?

 

Thanks for the intel! 

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As far as I know taiwan universities distribute bursaries/scholarships / stipends randomly.

while I am not sure for the case in china ,this might depend on where you were coming from. I know that chinese universities accept overseas students from our countries under 35 for master applications and under 40 for PhD's. you may check some contexts from this link: https://www.campuschina.org/content/details3_74777.html

 

exceptional (and personal) information: 

I am sure that "learning" and / or obtaining knowledge is our natural right and necessity. None can limit "learning" to any quantity of age. 

Though, some bad approaches ensures people to dogmatically limit it.

The thing I first impose to my students  is ,to ensure them feel "free/relax", "strong" and "believe to success" 

how and why? they should first believe before everything. 

they are my students and valuable for me.

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On 9/24/2021 at 5:20 AM, inv said:

None can limit "learning" to any quantity of age. 

 

Of course. But ultimately, potential students need to get a student visa, unless they're already a citizen. So personal philosophy doesn't really help in this situation.

 

@JinWenSen — given that China considers you (traditionally) to be aged 1 year when you're born, anyone within +/- of an age limit should be wary.

 

 

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On 9/26/2021 at 3:37 PM, mungouk said:

Of course. But ultimately, potential students need to get a student visa, unless they're already a citizen. So personal philosophy doesn't really help in this situation.

it depends on the OP's aim. if he/she just aim to take visa,then yes will be right. but even if he obtains a degree via ensuring age limitations, then this will not guarantee a job. 

however, anyone can learn well via strong self learning methods.

 

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