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Application Procedures Of Chinese Government Scholarships
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The Chinese Government Scholarship scheme was established by the Ministry of Education of China in accordance with educational exchange agreements or understandings reached by the Chinese government and governments of other countries, educational organizations, institutions and relevant international organizations. The Chinese Government Scholarships provide both full and partial scholarships to international students and scholars. The China Scholarship Council (CSC) administers the recruitment of international students and the daily management of the Chinese Government Scholarship scheme.

1.Categories of Applicants and Duration of Scholarship

 

Categories of Applicants

Duration of Major Studies

Duration of Chinese Language Pre-session

Duration of Scholarship

1

Undergraduates

4-5

1-2

5-7

2

Master's degree students

2-3

1-2

3-5

3

Doctoral degree students

3

1-2

4-5

4

Chinese language students

1-2

N.A.

Up to 2

5

Visiting scholars

1-2

1

Up to 2

6

Senior visiting scholars

1-2

1

Up to 2

Chinese Language Pre-sessions are arranged prior to major studies. If the major courses for Doctoral and Master's degree students are conducted in English, then Chinese Language Pre-sessions will not be arranged. The duration of scholarship is determined at the time of admission.

2.Application Approach and Time
Applicants may apply to Chinese diplomatic missions or local authorities in charge of sending students abroad in their home countries. Application usually starts in January and ends in the middle of April.

3. Eligibility
1). Applicants must be non-Chinese nationals in good health.
2). Education qualifications and age limits:
a. Applicants for Undergraduate studies must have completed high schools with good grades, and be under the age of 25.
b. Applicants for Master's degree studies must be Bachelor's degree holders, and be under the age of 35.
c. Applicants for Doctoral degree studies must be Master's degree holders, and be under the age of 40.
d. Chinese language students must have finished high schools and be under the age of 35.
e. Visiting scholar candidates must have completed at least two years of undergraduate studies, and be under the age of 45.
f. Senior visiting scholar candidates must have a Masters degree or above, or hold academic titles of Associate Professor or above, and be under the age of 50.

4. Scholarship Standards
1). Full scholarship:
a.
--Exemption from registration and tuition fees, free basic learning materials, and accommodation.
b.
--Medical Insurance for International Students
c.
--Monthly living allowance is paid to the students from the institution at the following rates (in RMB yuan per month):

   ?Undergraduates: 800
  ?Chinese Language students: 1,100
  ?Master' degree students and Visiting Scholars: 800 (undergraduates who have completed at least two years or university graduates: 1,100)
  ?Doctoral degree students and Senior Visiting Scholars: 1,400
d.
-- Settlement subsidy (one-time and after registration)
  
?RMB 300 yuan for new students studying in China for no more than six months
  ?RMB 600 yuan for new students studying in China for one or more academic year(s)
2). Partial scholarship: one or some of the above-mentioned items of the full scholarship (one-time settlement subsidy and one-time inter-city travel allowance are not included).

5. Application documents
The applicants must fill in and provide the following documents genuinely and correctly.
1). Application Form for a Chinese Government Scholarship (printed by CSC). One original and one photocopy, in Chinese or in English
2). Notarized highest diploma photocopy. If applicants are university students or already employed, they should also provide documents proving they are university students or on-post employees. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with Chinese or English translations.
3). Applicants for undergraduate studies must provide a notarized copy of high school transcripts. Applicants for other categories need to provide relevant notarized transcripts. Transcripts in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with Chinese or English translations.
4). A study or research plan in Chinese or English (no less than 200 words for undergraduates, no less than 400 words for visiting scholars, no less than 500 words for postgraduates).
5). Applicants for Master's or Doctoral degree studies and Senior Visiting Scholars must submit two letters of recommendation in Chinese or English by professors or associate professors. Applicants who apply in China for Master's or Doctoral degree studies must submit the Admission Notice of the Chinese higher education institutions.
6). Applicants for music major are requested to submit one cassette recording of the applicants' own work. Applicants for the fine arts must submit six colored photographs of personal works (two sketches, two colored paintings and two other types of works).
7). Photocopy of Foreigner Physical Examination Form (printed by Chinese quarantine authority) filled in English. The medical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Foreigner Physical Examination Form. Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, official stamp of the hospital or sealed photographs of the applicants are invalid. The medical examination results will be valid for 6 months. All applicants are advised to take this into consideration while determining when to take the medical examination.

The above documents should reach CSC by April 30th 2004 via either Chinese diplomatic missions in the applicants' home countries or the embassies of the applicants' home countries in China. CSC does not accept individual applications.

6. Selection of Institutions and Specialty
Applicants may choose 3 institutions and 1 specialty as personal preferences from the 94 Chinese Scholarship institutions designated by the Ministry of Education of China. Please look up the Directory of the Chinese Institutions Admitting International Students under the Chinese Government Scholarship (hereinafter referred to the Directory) or the website of CSC (http://www.csc.edu.cn) for details. Applicants are required to fill in their preferences of institutions and specialties only from the ones listed in the Directory.

7. Recruitment and Notification
CSC will review all the application documents and forward the qualified ones to the applied institutions according to the applicants' preference. The applied institutions will decide whether to admit the applicants. If the applicant has contacted and accepted by an institution (listed in the Directory) prior to application, please enclose the relevant admission letters as the reference to the host institution.

Applications will be seen as invalid and will not be processed if the applicants are not qualified according to the recruitment regulations or the application documents are incomplete. Usually, finalized placements, specialties and duration of studies cannot be changed.

Scholarship applicants accepted by Chinese institutions will be officially confirmed as Chinese Government Scholarship students with an endorsement from the Ministry of Education of China.

CSC will send the List of Enrolled Students, Admission Notice and Visa Application Form for Study In China (JW201) to the relevant dispatching authorities by July 31, so as to have these documents forwarded to the students.

8. Contact Information
  China Scholarship Council
  Address: No. 160 Fuxingmennei Street, Beijing 100031, P. R. China
  Tel: 86-10-66413253, 66413132
  Fax: 86-10-66413255
  Http://www.csc.edu.cn
  E-mail: laihua@csc.edu.cn