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Scholarship Information
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Scholarship Application Channels, Time and Methods

Scholarships for undergraduate, Master Degree or PhD students, Chinese language students, and Visiting Students and Senior Visiting Students, can be applied for with the government departments in charge of overseas study affairs in the applicant's own country, related organizations, and Chinese embassies. The application time is between February and April. The application channels and methods for other special scholarships are as follows:

The Great Wall scholarships can be applied for with the UNESCO headquarters through the national committee of UNESCO in the applicant's own country. The application time is between February and April;

The excellent student scholarships can be applied for with the China Scholarship Council (CSC) through the applicant's own school. The application time is between April and June;

The HSK winner scholarships can be applied for with the CSC through the HSK organizers or Chinese embassies and consulates general. The application time is between February and April;

The Chinese culture research program can be applied for at any time with the CSC through Chinese embassies, consulates general, or cooperating Chinese universities and scholars;

The short-term program for teachers of Chinese can be applied for with the CSC through Chinese embassies and consulates. The application time is usually from February to April.


The applicant should submit the following materials when applying for the Chinese government scholarships:

1. The application form of the Chinese government scholarships, provided by the CSC;

2. Notarized credentials of the highest diplomas and academic records; schooling or employment credentials by the school or employer if the applicant is still a student or being employed;

3. Those who apply to study in China for more than six months (including six months) have to submit health checkup records for foreigners made by Chinese health quarantine departments;

4. Submit a plan for studying and doing research in China in no less than 200 Chinese characters;

5. Overseas applicants to study for master's and doctoral degree, or Senior Visiting Students have to submit letters of recommendation by two professors or two associate professors; applicants in China to study for master's and doctoral degree have to submit the admission notice of the recruiting school;

6. Applicants to study music and the fine arts have to submit recordings or pictures of his or her works;

7. In addition, overseas applicants to study natural sciences, engineering, agriculture, and medicine in China have to submit results reports of the test for mathematics, physics and chemistry organized by Chinese embassies, or school reports of high school graduation examinations in the applicant's own country; applicants to study economics and management for undergraduate students have to submit test credentials for mathematics proficiency; applicants in China have to submit test credentials for admission examinations and the admission notice of related schools;

8. Applicants for the Chinese culture research program have to submit catalogues of their major monographs or theses that have been published.


The China Scholarship Council

Address:No.160 Fuxingmennei Street, Beijing, Division of Foreign Student's Affairs CSC

Postcode:100031

Tel:86-10-66413253

Fax:86-10-66413255

E-mail: laihua@csc.edu.cn    

 

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