Following the EU’s Erasmus, Korea’s K-Move, Australia’s New Colombo Plan, and the United States’ Generation Study Abroad, Taiwan’s Ministry of Education (MOE) initiated a plan called Mobility+ in 2015. The four-year plan was conducted from 2016 to 2019; its aim was to promote the capability of global mobility for youth. Previous studies examined this policy focusing on student overseas studies and teacher education for internationalization. However, the discussion of stakeholders’ voices is still limited. This study aims to determine the challenges of Mobility+ and its future prospect in global context based on stakeholders’ perspectives. The survey gathered 404 participants, 24.5% of whom resided in northern Taiwan, 36.9% in southern Taiwan, 30.0% in central Taiwan, and 8.7% in eastern Taiwan. The results reveal current Mobility+ has faced significant challenges and relatively low resources support, which might impact on the outcome of the implementation of the policy itself. However, relatively low resources did not affect MOE’s intention to implement Mobility+. This study found that the working plans of universities were more effective than those of high schools, especially in terms of available resources and outcomes of policy implementation. This study also found that Mobility+ overemphasized outbound studies at the expense of local students’ needs. The findings suggest further enhancing the implementation of the global mobility policy for youth in the future, while also enriching knowledge of the field.