Winners of the British Council’s IELTS Prize for 2023 have been announced.
The annual competition supports IELTS test-takers with up to £5,000 towards university tuition fees in English-speaking universities around the world, helping young ambitious people turn their academic dreams into reality.
This year’s competition was open to IELTS test-takers living in China, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
A total of three winners have been selected following a competitive application process in each country. This year’s winners in Taiwan are: Liu, Hsuan-Hui, Tsai, I-Yin and Lin, Hung-Wei.
Jim O’Neill, Regional Exams Manager, North East Asia, stated, ‘My sincere congratulations to Liu Hsuan-Hui, Tsai I-Yin and Lin Hung-Wei, this year’s recipients of the IELTS Prize from Taiwan. British Council is very happy to support IELTS test takers to achieve their higher education study goals. Through the IELTS Prize, we make access easier to world-class educational institutions. I wish this year’s prize winners the very best as they develop their skills and knowledge, immerse themselves in new cultures, and become part of a global IELTS community.’
Applicants from Taiwan who wish to find out more information about the prize, the application process, and review frequently asked questions should visit https://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/take-ielts/study-work-abroad/ielts-prize.