Scholarships are currently ongoing for students seeking to earn their degrees in Chinese Universities.
THE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COVERING:
1. Some of the learning materials (estimated at US$500.00)
2. Roundtrip air tickets, to and from the People’s Republic of China.
3. Student visa fees3
(varies per country)
1. Scholarship recipients might be charged some set-up fees upon arrival in the People’s
The Republic of China (that is, student ID card, internet, rent deposit, residence permit,
bank account, etc.).
2. It is recommended that scholarship recipients bring between US$500 and US$800 to
cover those settlement expenses while awaiting the first scholarship disbursement
from the China Scholarship Council
It is strongly recommended that all applicants have a good command of the English language. Chinese institutions of higher education generally use Chinese as the language of instruction.
Applicants with no command of Chinese are generally required to take Chinese language courses for 1-2 years before their major studies.
Undergraduate programs are instructed in Chinese. Applicants with no competency in Chinese are generally required to take Chinese language courses for 1-2 years before starting their academic
Only by passing the examinations after the college preparatory courses, students can start their university studies.
1 year of Chinese language training is required for studies in the following fields:
- Medicine (western medicine),
- Economics, management, and law.
- 2 years of Chinese language training are required for studies in the following fields:
- Medicine (traditional Chinese medicine, Chinese herb medicine)
Some courses set for general scholars, senior scholars and postgraduate students in some
universities may be conducted in English. Please refer to the Directory of Chinese Higher Education Institutions.
Registration, Tuition* and Books, and Study Materials; Accommodation;
Subsistence; Medical Insurance; and Local Transportation