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2018 Chinese Government Scholarship Introduction to Chinese Government Scholarships http://www.csc.edu.cn/Laihua/scholarshipdetailen.aspx?cid=97&id=2070 In order to promote the mutual understanding, cooperation and exchanges in various fields between China and other countries, the Chinese government has set up a series of scholarship programs to sponsor international students, teachers and scholars to study and conduct research in Chinese universities. China Scholarship Council （hereinafter referred to as CSC）, entrusted by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China （hereinafter referred to as MOE）, is responsible for the enrollment and the administration of Chinese Government Scholarship programs. Now, 279 designated Chinese universities offer a wide variety of academic programs in Science, Engineering, Agriculture, Medicine, Economics, Legal Studies, Management, Education, History, Literature, Philosophy, and Fine Arts for scholarship recipients at all levels. I CHINESE GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS 1. Bilateral Program This includes full or partial scholarships in accordance with the educational exchange agreements or consensus between the Chinese government and governments of other countries, institutions, universities or international organizations. It supports undergraduate students, graduate students, general scholars and senior scholars. Applicants shall apply to the dispatching authorities for overseas study of their home countries. 2. Chinese University Program This is a full scholarship for designated Chinese universities and certain provincial education offices in specific provinces or autonomous regions to recruit outstanding international students for graduate studies in China. It only supports graduate students Applicants shall apply to the designated Chinese universities undertaking this program. 3. Great Wall Program This is a full scholarship for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization （UNESCO） to sponsor students and scholars in developing countries to study and research in China. It only supports general scholars and senior scholars. Applicants shall apply to the National Commissions for UNESCO in their home countries. 4. EU Program This is a full scholarship to encourage students from EU member countries to study and research in China in order to promote mutual understanding between China and EU members. It supports undergraduate students, graduate students, general scholars and senior scholars. Applicants shall apply to the Office for Education and Culture, Mission of the P. R. China to the European Union. 5. AUN Program This is a full scholarship for the ASEAN University Network （AUN） to sponsor students, teachers and scholars from ASEAN member nations to study in China and to enhance the academic exchange and mutual understanding between China and ASEAN members. It only supports graduates. Applicants shall apply to AUN Secretariat.
6. PIF Program This is a full scholarship to sponsor students from Pacific island countries to study in China. It supports undergraduates, graduates, general scholars and senior scholars. Applicants shall apply to Pacific Islands Forum （PIF） Secretariat. 7. WMO Program This is a partial scholarship （including a tuition fee waiver, free on-campus accommodation and Comprehensive Medical Insurance） for the World Meteorological Organization （WMO） to sponsor international students to study and conduct research in meteorology, hydrology, and water resources supervision and management in China. It only supports undergraduates and graduates. Applicants shall apply to WMO. II SUPPORTING CATEGORIES, DURATION, INSTRUCTION LANGUAGE, INSTITUTIONS AND MAJORS Supporting Categories Chinese Government Scholarship programs sponsor international students, teachers and scholars to undertake degree studies （bachelor, master and PhD） and Chinese language study or academic research in institutions of higher education in China. Duration Chinese Government Scholarship covers both major study and Chinese language （preparatory） study. The table below illustrates the duration of each program. Chinese Language Duration of Supporting Categories Major Study（year） （Preparatory Study） （year） Scholarship（year） Undergraduate students 4-5 1-2 4-7 Master’s students 2-3 1-2 2-5 Doctoral students 3-4 1-2 3-6 General scholars up to 1 up to 1 up to 2 Senior scholars up to 1 up to 1 up to 2 Instruction Language 1. Undergraduate scholarship recipients must register for Chinese-taught credit courses. They are required to take one-year preparatory courses in one of the 10 universities listed below and to pass the required test before moving on to their major studies. Undergraduate scholarship recipients can apply for preparatory course exemption if they completed their secondary education in Chinese or have a valid HSK certificate that meets the requirements of the host university. Official documents from secondary schools or a photocopy of a valid HSK certificate must be submitted for a preparatory course exemption application. Please NOTE that HSK results are valid for only 2 years. Entrusted by MOE, the following 10 universities offer preparatory courses to undergraduate scholarship recipients. They are Tianjin University, Nanjing Normal University, Shandong University, Central China Normal University, Tongji University, Beijing Language and Culture University, Northeast Normal University, Beijing International Studies University, Capital Normal University, and the University of International Business and Economics.
2. Graduate and non-degree scholarship students can register for either the Chinese-taught program or the English-taught program if applicable. Program Search （By visiting http://www.csc.edu.cn/laihua or http://www.campuschina.org） can help you find the program and university you're interested in. Scholarship recipients of Chinese-taught programs without adequate Chinese proficiency must take Chinese language courses for one to two academic years to reach the language requirements of their host universities before moving on to their major studies. Failure to reach the required language proficiency will lead to the automatic termination of scholarship. Chinese language courses will be one year for majors in Science, Engineering, Agriculture, West Medicine, Economics, Management, Legal Studies and Fine Arts, and be no more than two years for majors in Literature, History, Philosophy and Chinese Medicine. Scholarship recipients of the English-taught programs or those with adequate Chinese language proficiency do not need to take Chinese language courses. Institutions and Majors Now 279 Chinese universities have been designated to enroll international students with Chinese Government Scholarship, and they offer a wide variety of programs. Introduction to the universities and the programs they offer can be found in the following links. http://www.csc.edu.cn/laihua http://www.campuschina.org III COVERAGE AND STANDARD Medical Tuition Stipend Total Supporting Accommodation Insurance Field of Study （CNY per （CNY per Categories （CNY per year） （CNY per （CNY per year） year） year） year） I 20000 8400 30000 800 59200 Undergraduate II 23000 8400 30000 800 62200 students III 27000 8400 30000 800 66200 I 25000 8400 36000 800 70200 Master’s students/ II 29000 8400 36000 800 74200 General scholars III 34000 8400 36000 800 79200 I 33000 12000 42000 800 87800 Doctoral students/ II 38000 12000 42000 800 92800 Senior scholars III 45000 12000 42000 800 99800 NOTE: Field of Study I includes Philosophy, Economics, Legal Studies, Education, Literature （Fine Arts excluded）, History, and Management; Field of Study II includes Science, Engineering, and Agriculture; Field of Study III includes Fine Arts and Medicine. 1. Full Scholarship covers Tuition waiver. Tuition funds will be comprehensively used by the host university. It may cover scholarship students’ education, administration costs and expenditures to support student activities. Accommodation: free university dormitory or accommodation subsidy. If the host university requires students to live on campus, the university will accommodate the scholarship students in a university dormitory （usually a twin room）; if the host university permits students to live off campus, the university will provide monthly/quarterly accommodation subsidy: undergraduate students （preppies）, master’s students（general scholars）: CNY 700 per month;
doctoral students （senior scholars）: CNY 1000 per month. Stipend: Undergraduate students: CNY 2,500 per month; Master’s students/general scholars: CNY 3,000 per month; Doctoral students/senior scholars: CNY 3,500 per month. Within the scholarship duration, registered scholarship students will receive a stipend from their host university each month. Students registering on or before the 15th of the month will receive a full stipend of that month. Those who register after the 15th of the month will receive a half stipend of that month. Graduating students will receive stipend until half month after the graduation date. If registered student stays out of China for more than 15 days due to a personal reason （school holidays excluded）, his stipend will be stopped during his leaving. Comprehensive medical insurance. （Please visit http://www.csc.edu.cn/laihua or http://www.campuschina.org and refer to Comprehensive Insurance & Protection Scheme for Foreigners Staying in China for insurance policy.） 2. Partial scholarship covers One or some items of the full scholarship. CSC Chinese Government Scholarship Information System http://www.csc.edu.cn/Laihua/noticeen.html Tips for online application 1. The Chinese Government Scholarship Information System is for the applicants of Chinese Government Scholarship (CGS) programs or other scholarship programs under the management of CSC. 2. First-time users should register before starting their online applications. 3. CSC only accepts recommended applications from the dispatching authorities in your country or the Chinese universities under Chinese University Program of CGS. The ‘Agency Number’ can only be obtained from the dispatching authorities or the corresponding universities upon recommendation. An application with incorrect ‘Agency Number’ will not be accepted. 4. ‘Program Category’ and ‘Agency Number’ are mandatory for the online application in CGS Information System. ‘Program Category’ and ‘Agency Number’ are related, which can be defined as follows: ● Program Category Type A generally refers to scholarship programs responsible by authorities other than Chinese universities. Applicants of Type A programs are requested to fill in the ‘Agency Number’ of above mentioned agencies (e.g. Chinese Embassy in your country). Applications of Type A will be reviewed by these agencies. ● Program Category Type B generally refers to scholarship programs responsible by Chinese universities under CGS-Chinese University Program. Applicants of Type B programs are requested to fill in the ‘Agency Number’ of above mentioned universities. Applications of Type B will be reviewed by these universities. ● Program Category Type C generally refers to certain appraisal scholarship programs. Applicants of Type C programs will be informed by CSC of the ‘Agency Number’ in special notices. The above classifications are for references only. Before starting the online application, applicants should confirm the correct ‘Program Category’ and ‘Agency Number’ from the responsible agencies. Please visit the following link for viewing introductions of various scholarship programs under CSC. http://campuschina.org/scholarshiplisten.aspx?cid=97 5. Please use Firefox or Internet Explorer (11.0). Menu selection functions may not work in other browsers.
For Internet Explorer, please disable the ‘Compatibility View’. About how to disable ‘Compatibility View’, please visit: https://support.microsoft.com/zh-cn/help/17472/windows-internet-explorer-11-fix-site- display-problems-compatibility-view#ie=ie-11 Only Chinese and English are accepted languages for the online application. If you have read and comprehended the instruction above, please click “next” for registration. We wish you all the best for your online application and welcome you to study in China! Deadline : usually from the beginning of January to the end of April. Address: The China Scholarship Council, Level 13, Building A3 No.9 Chegongzhuang Avenue, Beijing, P.R. China Postcode:100044 Telephone: 86-10-66093900 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 86-10-66093915, 66093972
CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship Program for Doctoral Candidates 2018 Call for Applications Introduction https://twas.org/opportunity/cas-twas-presidents-phd-fellowship-programme According to an agreement between the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) for the advancement of science in developing countries, up to 200 students/scholars from all over the world will be sponsored to study in China for doctoral degrees for up to 4 years. This CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship Program provides students/scholars that are non-Chinese citizens an opportunity to pursue doctoral degrees at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS), the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) or Institutes of CAS around China. Under the terms of the CAS-TWAS agreement, travel from their home countries to China will be provided to the fellowship awardees in order to begin the fellowship in China (one trip only per student/scholar). TWAS will select 80 awardees from developing countries to support their international travel, while CAS will support the other 120. Visa fee will also be covered (once only per awardee) as a lump sum of USD 65 after all the awardees are on site in China. Any awardee on site in China, the host country, at the time of application will NOT be eligible for any travel or visa reimbursement. Thanks to generous contribution of CAS, fellowship awardees will receive a monthly stipend (to cover accommodation and other living expenses, local travel expenses and health insurance) of RMB 7,000 or RMB 8,000 from CAS through UCAS/USTC, depending on whether he/she has passed the qualification test arranged by UCAS/USTC for all doctoral candidates after admission. All awardees will also be provided tuition and application fee waivers. Any fellowship awardee who fails the qualification test twice will face the consequences including: Termination of his/her fellowship; Discontinuity of his/her doctoral study at CAS institutions; Being provided with a certificate of attendance for the period of study undertaken in China but not a formal doctoral degree. All the procedures will adhere to UCAS/USTC regulations and rules. The funding duration of the fellowship is up to 4 years WITH NO EXTENSION, divided into: Maximum 1 year study of courses and participation in centralized training at UCAS/USTC, including 4 months compulsory courses in Chinese Language and Chinese Culture; Practical research and completion of degree thesis at colleges and schools of UCAS/USTC or CAS institutes. General conditions for applicants: Applicants must: Be maximum age of 35 years on 31 December 2018; Not take up other assignments during the period of his/her fellowship; Not hold Chinese citizenship; Applicants for doctoral study should also:
Meet the admission criteria for international students of UCAS/USTC (criteria of UCAS/criteria of USTC). Hold a master degree before the beginning of the fall semester: 1 September, 2018. Provide evidence that he/she will return to their home country on completion of their studies in China according to CAS-TWAS agreement. Provide proof of knowledge of English or Chinese language. Please note: Applicants currently pursuing doctoral degrees at any university/institution in China are NOT eligible for this fellowship. Applicants CANNOT apply for both UCAS and USTC simultaneously. Applicants can ONLY apply to ONE supervisor from ONE institute/school at either UCAS or USTC. Applicants can only apply to one TWAS program per year, therefore an applicant applying to the 2018 CAS-TWAS President’s fellowship call will not be eligible to apply for any other TWAS fellowship in 2018. STEP BY STEP GUIDELINE In order to successfully apply for the CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship, applicants are requested to follow a few key steps that are indicated below: 1. CHECK ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: You should verify that you are eligible and meet ALL the eligibility criteria specified in the “General conditions for applicants” section of this call (e.g. age, master degree, etc). 2. FIND AN ELIGIBLE HOST SUPERVISOR AFFILIATED WITH COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS OF UCAS/USTC, OR CAS INSTITUTES THAT AGREES TO ACCEPT YOU. See here for a list of eligible schools/institutes and supervisors of UCAS and here of USTC. You must contact an eligible supervisor and get his/her approval before applying for the CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship. Please send him/her an explanatory e-mail together with your CV, research proposal and any other required documents when establishing the contact with the supervisor. 3. FILE YOUR FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION FORM VIA THE ONLINE APPLICATION SYSTEM. A. Visit our official website for the fellowship online application system. Create your own account, and follow the instructions to finish the online application form. B. Prepare and upload the following supporting documentation to the fellowship online application system: Your regular passport which has at least 2 years’ validity (only pages showing personal and validity details are needed); Complete CV with a brief introduction of research experience; Original copy of the certificate of university degrees held (both undergraduate and postgraduate; graduates having just completed or about to complete their degree should provide an official pre- graduation certificate showing their student status and stating the expected graduation date); Proof of knowledge of English and/or Chinese; Original copy of transcripts of both undergraduate and post-graduate education; Detailed research proposal; Photocopies of all the title pages and abstracts of maximum 5 published academic papers; Foreigner Physical Examination Form (Attachment 1- find this at the bottom of this page) C. Acquire TWO reference letters:
You must ask two referees (NOT the host supervisor, preferably TWAS members, but not a mandatory requirement) familiar with you and your work to 1) upload their scanned reference letters (signed, dated and on official headed paper with contact phone number and email address) to the fellowship online application system and 2) send the original hard copies to the UCAS/USTC fellowship office before deadline. Reference letters in the body of e-mails will NOT be accepted! TWAS will not provide any information e.g. e-mail addresses of TWAS members or liaise with TWAS members on behalf of applicants. Please note: 1. All the above supporting documentation must be in English or Chinese, otherwise notarial translations in English or Chinese are required. 2. Make sure the electronic version of supporting documentation is in the right format as requested for the online application system. 3. If you are awarded the fellowship and are admitted by UCAS/USTC, you MUST present the original hardcopy of your university certificates (both undergraduate and postgraduate), transcripts AND regular passport to UCAS/USTC fellowship office upon your arrival in China, otherwise you will be disqualified. 4. Your application documentation will not be returned whether awarded or not. 4. SUBMIT YOUR ADMISSION APPLICATION VIA THE ONLINE SYSTEM OF UCAS/USTC: For admission application to UCAS, you MUST also submit your information and required documents via UCAS online system following its instructions. For admission application to USTC, you MUST also submit your information and required documents via USTC online system following its instructions. 5. REMIND YOUR SUPERVISOR TO COMPLETE AND SIGN THE SUPERVISOR’S COMMENT PAGE (Attachment 2 - find this at the bottom of this page) AND SEND IT TO UCAS/USTC BEFORE DEADLINE. For UCAS applicants, please ask your supervisor to send the hard copy of Supervisor’s Comment Page to the institute/college he/she affiliated with. For USTC applicants, please ask your supervisor to email the scanned copy to email@example.com or send the hard copy to the Office of International Cooperation (229, Old Library). Deadline for submitting all material and applications: 31 MARCH 2018 Where to enquire and submit application 1) Applicants for UCAS, please contact: Ms. Xie Yuchen CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship Program UCAS Office (UCAS) University of Chinese Academy of Sciences 80 Zhongguancun East Road, Beijing, 100190, China Tel: +86 10 82672900 Fax: +86 10 82672900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Applicants for USTC, please contact: Ms. Lin Tian (Linda Tian) CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship Program USTC Office (USTC) University of Science and Technology of China 96 Jinzhai Road, Hefei, Anhui, 230026 China Tel: +86 551 63600279Fax: +86 551 63632579 Email: email@example.com
2018 USTC Scholarship Program Introduction http://isa.ustc.edu.cn/xs/disp.asp?menu1=01&menu2=03&ucode=101 About the Program USTC Scholarship is established for international students to study at University of Science and Technology of China USTC fellowship has two categories as USTC fellowship A and USTC fellowship B. USTC fellowship A is designed for degree seeking students; USTC fellowship B is designed for exchange students from partner universities. Application Deadline For degree-seeking students: 31 March, 2018; For exchange students: 1 March, 2018 for fall semester; 1 September, 2018 for spring semester; Coverage of the scholarship Free tuition; Monthly living allowance: Bachelor’s degree students: RMB 2,500 Yuan, Master’s degree students: RMB 3,000 Yuan, Doctoral degree students: RMB 3,500 Yuan; Free housing arranged by USTC Comprehensive Medical Insurance Qualifications for scholarship application Applicants for USTC fellowship A must: Be non-Chinese citizenship; Be not awardee of Chinese Government Scholarship; Applicants for bachelor degree studies must hold a high school diploma, HSK5 and be under the age of 30; Applicants for master’s degree studies must hold a bachelor’s degree (equivalent to bachelor’s degree in China) and be under the age of 35; Applicants for doctoral degree studies must hold a master’s degree (equivalent to master’s degree in China) and be under the age of 40. Applicants for USTC fellowship B must: Be non-Chinese citizenship; Be exchange students from USTC partner universities; Choices of Graduate Programs USTC offers undergraduate and graduate programs. Bachelor’s degree Programs list (right click and save the attachment), and Master’s Degree Programs List (right click and save the attachment), and Doctoral Degree Programs List (right click and save the attachment). For more information about the programs and professors in related field, please refer to the link of: professors' brief profiles (http://dsxt.ustc.edu.cn/admin_sgdsmd_eng.asp), and schools and departments (http://en.ustc.edu.cn/schools/).
Duration of Scholarship Duration of scholarship is depended on the duration of applicant’s program. Application Procedure For degree-seeking students: Step 1:Download Application form for USTC Scholarship (right click and save the attachment) Applicants for graduate studies are encouraged to contact prospective supervisors prior to application and send the Provisional Acceptance of International Student by USTC Professor (right click and save the attachment) to the Office of International Cooperation of USTC together with other documents. If you cannot find an accepting supervisor for accepting you, please first complete your online application and USTC will help to send your file to professors in relating fields (Only if it is complete). Step 2:Online application for USTC Scholarship The online application (http://isa.ustc.edu.cn/xs/login_scho.asp?exit=Y) includes filling in the application form and uploading supporting documentations. Create your online application ID with a valid email account and input a password of your own. You will receive a confirmation email. The reference number should be indicated at enquiries concerning your application AT ALL TIMES. Log on your application ID and fill in all the information and upload required documents. The online application can be accessed and edited as many times as you like before the deadline of application. Your information will be automatically saved once you click "NEXT" when you finish each step. Submit your application form by clicking "Confirm and Submit" upon completion. Note that once your application pass "file review", your information CANNOT be changed. You can click "Status" in the Quick Links to check your application status. Step 3:Applicants must submit application materials to Office of International Cooperation of USTC by post mail or in person (application materials submitted by email will not be accepted). Application materials for spring semester arriving after 1, September, will not be accepted; Application materials for fall semester arriving after 30, May, will not be accepted. Required application materials include: Application form for USTC Scholarship (right click and save the attachment) Acceptance Letter from USTC Professor (Not for undergraduate students Two Recommendation letters provided by professors of applicant’s last school Photocopy of passport (ordinary passport) Notarized photocopy of highest degree certificate and academic transcript Photocopy of Foreigner Physical Examination Form (download in the attachment) Proof of knowledge of English and/or Chinese Study plan For exchange students: Step 1:Download Application form for USTC Scholarship (right click and save the attachment) Applicants for graduate studies are encouraged to contact prospective supervisors prior to application and send the Acceptance Letter from USTC Professor (right click and save the attachment) to the Office of International Cooperation of USTC together with other documents. Step 2: Prepare the following application materials and send them to the supervisor who accepts you.
Required application materials include: Application form for USTC Scholarship (right click and save the attachment) Acceptance Letter from USTC Professor (Not for undergraduate students) Recommendation letter: For undergraduate students: one recommendation letter provided by universities For graduate students: two recommendation letters provided by professors of applicant’s last school Photocopy of passport (ordinary passport) Notarized photocopy of highest degree certificate and documents showing their status as university students Photocopy of Foreigner Physical Examination Form (download in the attachment) Proof of knowledge of English and/or Chinese Study plan Supervisors will later send the application documentation to the teaching secretaries of relating schools, who submit the documentation to the office of international cooperation in the time required. Applicants will be informed the final results after the review by USTC selection committee who finalize the list of awardees. Contact Information Office of International Cooperation University of Science and Technology of China 96 Jinzhai Road, Hefei, 230026, Anhui, P. R. China Tel: 86-551-63600279, 86-551-63603144 Fax: 86-551-63632579 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAS The Belt and Road” Master Fellowship Program 2018 Call for Applications http://www.gig.ac.cn/yjsjy/zsxx/sszs/201712/t20171229_4924776.html Introduction “The Belt and Road” Master Fellowship Program is launched in connection with the International Outreach Initiative of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). It provides funding opportunities for up to 120 students/scholars from the countries along the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road (the Belt and Road) to pursue Master degrees at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) around China up to 3 years. Courses and Program For UCAS, please refer to Call for 2018 Master’s Programs for International Students. Fellowship Coverage and Duration Coverage: a) Tuition fee exemption by UCAS; b) Monthly stipend to cover accommodation, local transportation expenses, health insurance, and other basic living expenses (Reference: RMB 4000 per month, within which RMB 1000 is provided by UCAS faculty/CAS institute). Duration: The funding duration of the fellowship is up to 3 years (with NO EXTENSION), divided into: a) Maximum 1-year study of courses and participation in centralized training at UCAS, including 4 months compulsory courses in Chinese Language and Chinese Culture; b) Practical research and completion of degree thesis at colleges and schools of UCAS or CAS institutes. General conditions for applicants: Be citizens from the Belt and Road countries other than China; Be healthy and maximum age of 30 years on 31 December 2018; Hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent educational degree; Be with excellent academic achievements, keen on scientific research and have good personal characters; Get acceptance by a host supervisor and approval by the UCAS faculty/CAS institute that the supervisor is affiliated with; Be proficient in English or Chinese. Applicants whose native language is not English should provide unexpired TOEFL or IELTS scores. TOEFL scores should be 90 or higher, and IELTS scores should be 6.5 or higher. Applicants are not required to submit a TOEFL or IELTS score only if their: a) Native language is English, or b) Major undergraduate courses are conducted in English/Chinese, which should be stated in transcripts, or c) New HSK Band 5 passed with over 200 scores. Meet other application requirements for Master’s programs of UCAS.
Step By Step Guideline In order to successfully apply for CAS “The Belt and Road” Master Fellowship, applicants are requested to follow a few key steps that are indicated below: 1. CHECK ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: You should verify that you are eligible and meet ALL the eligibility criteria specified in the “General conditions for applicants” section of this call (e.g. age, bachelor’s degree, etc.). 2. FIND AN ELIGIBLE HOST SUPERVISOR AFFILIATED WITH UCAS FACULTY OR CAS INSTITUTE THAT AGREES TO ACCEPT YOU. See here for a list of eligible supervisors affiliated with UCAS faculties/CAS institutes. Once you find an eligible professor of your interest, you must contact him/her, send an explanatory e- mail together with your CV, research proposal and any other required documents to him/her, and indicate that you wish to apply for CAS “The Belt and Road” Master Fellowship. 3. SUBMIT BOTH OF YOUR ADMISSION APPLICATION AND FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION VIA THE ONLINE SYSTEM. Applications for both admission and fellowship shall be submitted via the Online Application System for International Students of UCAS (http://adis.ucas.ac.cn) which would be officially launched around Dec. 15, 2017. Please prepare and upload the following materials to the system. Make sure the electronic version of supporting documentation is in the right format as requested for the online application system. Your regular passport which has at least 2 years validity (only pages showing personal and validity details are needed); Your recent full-face bust photo with 2-inch; Complete CV with a brief introduction of research experience; Original copy of Bachelor’s degree certificates； Applicants who are still in the process of completing their bachelor’s degree upon the application deadline must provide confirmation of degree conferral from their current institutions, including the expected date of graduation. Original copy of their undergraduate study; Proof of knowledge of English and/or Chinese; Detailed research proposal; Photocopies of all the title pages and abstracts of maximum 5 published academic papers (if available). Please do not provide photocopies of unpublished papers; TWO reference letters (NOT the host supervisor) familiar with you and your work (signed, dated and on official headed paper with contact phone number and email address) Foreigner Physical Examination Form 4. REMIND YOUR SUPERVISOR TO COMPLETE THE SUPERVISOR’S COMMENT PAGE AND SEND IT TO THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS OFFICE OF UCAS BY THE UCAS FACULTY/CAS INSTITUTE WHICH HE/SHE IS AFFILIATED WITH BEFORE DEADLINE. Please note: Applicants can ONLY apply to ONE eligible supervisor affiliated with UCAS faculty or CAS institute. Please choose major, host supervisor and host institute cautiously before submission. After enrollment at UCAS, applications for the change of these items are seldom considered.
Applicants must make sure that all the information filled and documents uploaded in the online system are authentic and effective, otherwise they should undertake all the relevant consequences. All the application documents must be in English or Chinese. If any of these are not available in English or Chinese, original documents must be accompanied by certified English or Chinese translations. All translations must be literal and complete versions of the original documents. A lack of application documents or unsatisfactory documents will not be accepted and none of the documents will be returned regardless of the application status. Please DO NOT send any of your application documents directly to the International Students Office of UCAS. Application Deadline March 31, 2018 Notification of Decision and Visa Application The admission decisions will be made normally in May to June. The offers of admissions, award letters and other documents will be conveyed afterwards. Awardees shall take the following documents to the Embassy or Consulate of the People's Republic of China, and apply for a student visa (X1/X2 visa): Personal passports as used for application Admission Notice Visa Application Form (JW202) Physical Examination Record for Foreigners Other original reports from the physical examination Please keep safe of the original Admission Notice and Visa Application Form (JW202). They are essential in the application for the Permanent Residence Permit upon registration. Please do not apply for visa waiver or other types of visa. Additional Information Awardees must register at the time and place indicated in the Admission Notice. Otherwise, they should apply for extension of their registration. Awardees must show the original copies of Bachelor’s degree certificate and transcript to International Students Office. The duration of the fellowship is stated explicitly in the Admission Notice. The fellowship can be retained for no longer than 2 months since the deadline of the registration. Awardees receive monthly stipend from UCAS since the registration day. Those who register before the 15th of a given month (including 15th) receive a full-month stipend, while those register after the 15th of a given month receive a half-month stipend. Registered awardees must abide by relevant rules and regulations of the universities, and attend reviews and examinations, such as the qualifying tests on time. Awardees who fail review or examination will be deprived of their fellowship or their fellowship will be suspended. Any work produced and published by the awardees during the funding period of the fellowship must be credited to the institute/school and the university where the awardees are enrolled. Awardees are also required to acknowledge “Sponsored by CAS the ‘Belt and Road’ Master Fellowship Program and CAS President’s International Fellowship Initiative (PIFI)” in written dedication.
Contact Information International Students Office University of Chinese Academy of Sciences No.80 Zhongguancun East Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100190, China Coordinator: Ms. HU Menglin Email: email@example.com Tel/Fax: +86-10-82672900 Website: http://english.ucas.ac.cn/
Beijing Government Scholarship http://www.ebeijing.gov.cn/Study/Scholarships/t1167204.htm Beijing Government Scholarship: The Beijing Government Scholarship (BGS) was established by Beijing Municipal Government, aiming to provide tuition fees fully or partially to the international students studying or applying for studying in Beijing. Its administrative office is the International Cooperation and Exchange Office of Beijing Municipal Commission of Educations, which is in charge of project establishment, review, acceptance and daily management of the Beijing Government Scholarship Program. The international students applying for the Beijing Government Scholarships shall normally submit relevant materials to the universities in Beijing that he/she hope to apply by the end of February every year. For specific application means, you can consult the government departments and relevant institutions responsible for dispatching students abroad in your country, Chinese embassies or consulates; you can also visit the Web of Beijing Municipal Commission of Education (http://www.bjedu.gov. cn) to inquiry; or directly apply to the universities qualified to issue such scholarship in Beijing. Beijing Government Scholarship-CATEGORIES OF APPLICANTS AND DURATION OF SCHOLARSHIP Students who wish to study and are studying in Beijing. a. Excellent international students who pursue degrees at Higher Education Institutions （hereinafter referred to as HEIs）in Beijing. The duration of the scholarship is no more than 4 academic years. b. Chinese language students and senior scholars. The duration of the scholarship is no more than 1 academic year. c. General scholars. The duration of the scholarship is no more than 1 academic year. d. Exchange students and students with special contributions. The duration of the scholarship is no more than 1 academic year. Beijing Government Scholarship-CRITERIA & ELIGIBILITY a. Applicants should be non-Chinese citizens and be in good health. b. Applicants for doctoral degree programs must have a master’s degree and be under the age of 40. c. Applicants for master’s degree programs must have a bachelor’s degree and be under the age of 35. d. Applicants for undergraduate program must have senior high school diploma with good academic performance and be under the age of 30. e. Applicants for general scholar program must have bachelor’s degree or completed at least two years of undergraduate studies and be under the age of 50. f. Applicants for long-term language studies must have senior high school diploma and be under the age of 60. g. Applicants for senior scholar program must have master’s degree or above or hold academic title of associate professor or above and be under the age of 50. h. Applicants should meet the language requirements of the higher education institutions. i. Applicants should not be awardees of Chinese government scholarships at the same time. Beijing Government Scholarship-APPLICATION Applicants could consult the dispatching authorities, such as relevant governments departments, Chinese embassies or Consulates about application details. Applicants could also visit the website of Beijing Municipal Commission of Education (http://www.bjedu.gov.cn) for the application details.
Applicants could apply to the Higher Education Institutions that are eligible to enroll scholarship students. Applications are accepted by the end of February. For the specific application deadlines, applicants should consult the relevant HEIs. For international students who are interested in BGS, please contact target universities as follows directly: University List of Beijing Government Scholarships. Beijing Government Scholarship-APPLICATION DOCUMENTS The applicants must fill in and submit the following documents truly, correctly and completely: a. Application Form for Beijing Government Scholarship (Applicants shall obtain the form from the Higher Education Institutions or download the form from the website of the targeted HEIs). b. Notarized highest diploma and transcripts. c. Foreigner Physical Examination Form should be provided if the duration of study is six months or above. d. Study plan (no less than 400 words) or research plan (no less than 800 words) in Chinese or English should be submitted for degree or research students. e. Applicants for music and art are requested to submit the applicants’ own works according to the requirements of the target HEIs. f. Applicants under 18 should provide legal documents of their legal guardians in China. g. Please note that application documents will NOT be returned. Beijing Government Scholarship-VALUES OF SCHOLARSHIP The scholarship covers tuition fees only, and it falls into the following five categories: a. Doctoral student scholarship: 40,000 RMB/person/year. b. Master student scholarship: 30,000 RMB/person/year. c. Undergraduate student scholarship: 20,000 RMB/person/year. d. Senior scholars and long term language student scholarship: 10,000 RMB/person/year e. Scholarship for exchange student (long-term or credit transferrable students) and student who make special contributions to international exchange and cooperation in the capital area: 5,000 RMB/person/year.
Beijing offers Belt and Road scholarship Beijing municipal government announced on May. 8 that it will provide scholarships next year to excellent students from countries along the Belt and Road routes for full time bachelor, master and doctor degrees in 32 designated academic projects and subjects in the city. The Belt and Road Scholarship is expected to cover the foreign students' tuition fees and living expenditures in Beijing, which will attract more excellent overseas students and strengthen education cooperation with their host countries. An expert board chose 32 out of 93 academic programs and subjects for the scholarship - most of which are the joint-education and inter-school exchange programs, including competitive courses. The financial support will last from one to six years. The courses are taught in English. The scholarship per year for doctorate candidates is, 40,000 yuan (US$6,021), graduates 30,000 yuan, and undergraduates is 20,000 yuan.
Confucius Institute Scholarship (2018) http://cis.chinese.cn/Account/Proceduresfor?lang=zh-cn For the purpose of cultivating qualified Chinese language teachers and facilitating the promotion of Chinese language and culture, the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) launches “Confucius Institute Scholarship” (CIS) to support outstanding students, scholars and currently employed Chinese language teachers recommended by Confucius Institutes, independently operated Confucius Classrooms as well as some HSK test centers (hereinafter to be collectively referred to as “recommending institutions”) to study in Chinese universities and colleges (hereinafter referred to as “host institutions”). ELIGIBILITY All applicants shall be a) Non-Chinese citizens b) In good Physical and mental condition, well performed both academically and behaviorally c) Aspired to take future careers on the teaching or international promotion of Chinese language. d) Between the ages of 16-35 on September 1st, 2018. Applicants currently worked as Chinese language teachers shall not exceed the age limit of 45, while undergraduate students shall not exceed the age limit of 25. SCHOLARSHIP TYPES AND QUALIFICATIONS A. Scholarship for Master’s Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (MTCSOL) Commences September 2018 and provides scholarship for maximum two academic years. Applicants shall be Bachelor degree holders, and have a minimum score of 210 in HSK Test (Level 5) as well as 60 in HSKK test (Intermediate Level). Applicants who are able to provide notarized document of the employment agreement or related proofs upon completing study in China are preferred. B. Scholarship for Bachelor’s Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (BTCSOL) Commences September 2018 and provides scholarship for maximum four academic years. Applicants must have graduated with a high school diploma, , and have a minimum score of 210 in HSK Test (Level 4) as well as 60 in HSKK test (Intermediate Level). C. Scholarship for One-Academic-Year Study Commences September 2018, and provides scholarship for maximum 11 months. International students currently studying in China are not eligible. i. TCSOL Applicants shall have a minimum score of 270 in HSK test (Level 3), while HSKK test score required. ii. Chinese Language and Literature, Chinese History, and Chinese Philosophy Applicants shall have a minimum score of 180 in HSK test (Level 4) and 60 in HSKK test (intermediate level). iii. Chinese Language Study Applicants shall have a minimum score of 180 in HSK test (Level 3 level). D. Scholarship for One-Semester Study Commences either in September 2018 or March 2019, and provides scholarship of maximum 5 months. Applicants withholding visas X1 or X2 are not eligible. i. TCSOL, Chinese Language and Literature, Chinese History and Chinese Philosophy
Applicants shall have a minimum score of 210 in HSK test (Level 3), while HSKK test score required ii. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taiji Culture HSK test score are required. E. Scholarship for Four-Week Study Commences either on July or December of 2018, and provides a four-week scholarship. Applicants withholding visas X1 or X2 are not eligible. i. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Taiji Culture HSK test score are required. ii. Chinese Language plus home-stay Experience in a Chinese Family HSK test score are required. Organized and applied by a Confucius Institute with 10-15 participants per group. Prior to the trip, a detailed study plan shall be made after consultation with host institutions and submit to Hanban for approval. ⅲ . Special Four-week Program for Confucius Institutes HSK test score are required. Organized and applied by a Confucius Institute with 10-15 participants per group. APPLICATION PROCEDURES Online registration will be available from March 1, 2018 on the Confucius Institute Scholarship website (cis.chinese.cn). Please log on to search recommending institutions and host institutions, upload application materials online, track the application progress, feedback of review and admission results. Scholarship holders need to confirm with the host institutions to go through the procedures of studying in China, print out CIS certificate online, and register at host institutions at the designated date and time as per the letter of admission. The application deadlines are a) April 20th (for those commencing in July) b) June 20th (for those commencing in September) c) September 20th (for those commencing in December) d) December 20th (for those commencing in March 2019) Hanban will complete the scholarship review and notify the results two months before enrollment of the admitted students. CHINESE BRIDGE AWARD RECIPIENT POLICIES Chinese Bridge winners who have been awarded the 2018 “Confucius Institute Scholarship Certificate” shall log onto the scholarship website and submit documents to relevant host institutions upon presentation of their CIS certificates. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiry. ADMISSION AND CONSULTATION SERVICES Recommending institutions and host institutions are responsible for issuing local enrollment guide and provide consulting, recommending and registering services in accordance with this procedure. OTHERS a) For major training plans and courses, please contact designated host institutions b) Applicants shall be familiar with the specific criteria and closing dates for registration, and follow specific procedures to submit necessary documents
c) Degree students shall accept the annual assessment under the Annual Appraisal Procedures of Confucius Institute Scholarship d) Those who failed to register on time, failed to pass the health assessment, dropped out midway and/or suspended will be deprived of scholarship. CONTACTS Division of Test and Scholarships at Hanban Email: email@example.com Fax: +86-10-58595727 Appendix 1. Confucius Institute Scholarship Coverage and Criteria 2. Application Documents for Confucius Institute Scholarship Appendix 1 Confucius Institute Scholarship Coverage and Criteria The Confucius Institute Scholarship provides full coverage on tuition fee, accommodation fee, living allowance (four-week study students are excluded) and comprehensive medical insurance expenses. a) Tuition fee is under the overall planning and utilization of host institutions to provide teaching and management of scholarship students organizing cultural and social activities, as well as organizing Chinese language proficiency tests. Tuition fee does not cover the textbook expenses and tourist tickets. b) Accommodation fee is under the overall planning and utilization of host institutions to provide students with in-campus apartments (usually double rooms). Students may also live off-campus upon application and getting permission from the host institutions. Students who live off-campus are entitled to accommodation allowance of 700 CNY per person/month paid on a monthly / quarterly basis from the host institutions. c) Living allowance is granted by host institutions on a monthly basis. The monthly allowance for undergraduates, one-academic-year study students and one-semester students is 2,500 CNY per person. For MTCSOL student, the monthly allowance is 3,000 CNY per person. Students are required to complete enrollment procedures for every semester within stipulated period; otherwise, their scholarship may be cancelled. Students who are enrolled before the 15th (or on the 15th) of the month are entitled to the full allowance of that month while those enrolled after the 15th of that month are only entitled to half of the amount. During the study period, for any student who is absent from China due to personal reasons for more than 15 days (excluding winter and summer holidays), the allowance during absence will be suspended. For students who suspend study or drop out of school for personal reasons, or who are given disciplinary punishment by the host institutions, allowance will be terminated on the date of such suspension, dropping out or when the decision of such punishment is announced. The living allowance for the month of graduation will be granted half a month after the date of graduation or expiration day of the study confirmed by host institutions.
Comprehensive medical insurance is purchased by the host institutions in accordance with relevant regulations of studying in China stipulated by the Ministry of Education of China. Insurance fee per person is 160 CNY for four-week study students, 400 CNY for one-semester students, and 800 CNY per year for students engaged in program longer than one academic year. Appendix 2 Application Documents for Confucius Institute Scholarship A. For all applicants a) A Scanned copy of passport photo page b) A scanned copy of score reports of the HSK and HSKK tests (within the two-year validity). c) A Recommendation letter by the head of the recommending institutions B. For degree scholarship program applicants a) A certification of the highest education diploma (or proof of expected graduation) and an official transcript. b) Applicants of the Scholarship for MTCSOL Students are required to provide 2 reference letters from professors or associate professors. Those who can provide a notarized employment agreement with teaching institutions are preferred. C. Applicants currently worked as Chinese language teachers shall provide the proof of employment as well as a reference letter by the employing institution D. Applicants under the age of 18 shall provide certified documents of designation signed by their entrusted legal guardians in China. E. Applicants shall also provide additional documents required by the host institutions
Chinese Universities Scholarships http://www.sicas.cn/Scholarships/Info/Content_120425150229586.shtml China has seen a surge of foreign students with numbers hitting a record high of 256,000 in 2010, and Chinese government launched the "Study in China Project" which plans to attract 500,000 foreign students by 2020, after a series of bilateral educational cooperation programs are launched in 2010. Under such circumstances, many outstanding Chinese universities and colleges have worked out their own scholarship schemes to recruit excellent foreign students and attract scholars and instructors. A variety of scholarships are available for applicants and they are expected to apply directly to their university that they have chosen. Details can be found in the following flow chart. 1. What are the basic requirements? It is true that requirements vary with the university, but there are a few basic requirements that should be known. It is required that applicants comply with the laws and decrees of the Chinese Government and observe the rules and regulations of the related university, as well as be in good health condition. Applicants are not able to be awarded any other kind of scholarship simultaneously. Those applying for bachelor’s degrees are required to have graduated from a high school, those applying for master’s study are required to own a bachelor’s diploma, and those applying for doctoral study are required to be a master’s degree graduate, etc. 2. When can applicants apply for a scholarship? It is the type of scholarship that determines the application deadline. Usually, those intended to apply for scholarships such as "Freshmen Scholarship”, "Degree Scholarship” and “President Scholarship” are demanded to hand in application materials to the scholarship office of the university directly at least three months before the beginning of each new semester. Other scholarships such as the “Outstanding Scholarship”, “Yiersan Chinese Culture Scholarship” and "OEC Chinese Scholarship”, will be awarded When they are studying at the university in light of students’ performance. 3. What is the application procedure? The universities are available for students to apply to and students should hand in their application materials. Profiles will be comprehensively evaluated by the admission office taking charge of scholarships and the qualified students will be approved by the outstanding group of the scholarship office. 4. What application materials do applicants need? In most cases, students should submit the Application Form for Scholarship of the university. Applicants are demanded to provide the following documents along with the application: a notarized copy of highest diploma, a photocopy of passport, a passport-sized photo, and other
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