Since 2008, the British Trade & Cultural Office has been cooperating with the Delta Electronics Foundation to set up Delta /Chevening Environmental Scholarship. Each year, two youth leaders devoted to Taiwan's environmental protection are sponsored to go to study in the UK.
The scholarship receivers have to return to Taiwan after their studies and contribute what they have learned to relevant issues of environmental protection and climate change. The scholarship applicants have the freedom to choose any major to study. They, however, are required to submit a proposal about the application of professional knowledge and skills to the practical application on issues of environmental protection and climate change.
Applications for Chevening Scholarships to study in the UK will be open between 3 September and 3 November 2020, with applications to be submitted via the Chevening application page.
2020: Cheng-Cheng Wu (Environmental change and management, University of Oxford)
Shin-Yun Wu (Ecological design thinking, Schumacher College)
2019: Ying-Hsiu Lin (Sustainability and business, University of Leeds)
2018: Han-Yun Li (Sustainable cities, University of Leeds);
Liang-Yu Huang (Human rights, University of Essex)
2017: Shih-Ying Ho (Clinical and public health nutrition, University College London);
Shun-Te Wang (Environment politics and society, University College London)
2016: Yi-Lin Cheng (Public administration, University College London);
Chih-Hsiang Tang (MBA, University of Cambridge)
2015: Yen-Ru Liu (Emergency relief, University of Leeds);
Jing-Ru Kuo (Environmental human rights, Queen Mary University of London)
2014: Hui-Ju Hsu (Translation, University of Surrey);
Wen-Yu Weng (Development studies, London School of Economics and Political Science)
2013: I-Chieh Chou (Human rights law, London School of Economics and Political Science)
2012: Huei-Ling Lai (Environment studies, University College London);
Ying-Hsuan Wu (Public health, University of Edinburgh)
2011: Yu-Tian Wu (Ecological museum, University of Leicester);
Hsin-Chun Hu (Translation, University of Edinburgh)
2010: Yao-Ting Huang (Carbon management, University of Glasgow);
Hsin-I Lo (Illustration and animation, Kingston University London)
2009: Chung-Han Yang (Environmental criminology, University of Cambridge)
2008: Yi-Yi Chen (Technology policy, University of Cambridge)
The scholarship program provides the grant of NT$250,000 to each graduate student, and is open to applicants between January and April every year.
In order to assist the descendants of the national defense force in Northern Thailand to receive a good Chinese education as well as to lay the fair foundation for future development
In lieu of the heated discussions on business environmental ethics, the Foundation in 2011 for the first time to cooperate with Chinese Business Ethics Education Association to jointly launch the project of "Delta Corporate Environmental Ethics Research Grant."