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East China Normal University Confucius Institute Scholarship (Confucius China Studies Program) - 2019 Full Scholarship

6 months ago Language Shanghai 89 views Tuition Fees: Yes Accommodation: Yes Travel Expense: No Monthly Stipend: Yes
Scholarship Details

Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship

Purpose

Support doctoral students (candidates) registered with foreign universities to come to China for study, research and writing of their doctoral dissertations. 

Duration

From six months to two years.

Eligibility

• Non-Chinese citizen; 

• HSK test score level 3 is required, and priority is given to applicants with higher level of proficiency in Chinese under same conditions; 

• Applicants who are currently participating in Chinese Government Scholarship are not eligible to apply for this Program.

Application Materials

• Ph.D. Study Certificate;

• Two letters of recommendation from scholars in related field;

• HSK transcript;

• Abstract of master's thesis or other academic publications;

• Abstract of doctoral dissertation;

• A research plan for the study in China; 

• Priority is given to applicants who obtain a letter of recommendation from local Confucius Institutes.

How to apply

The applicant shall submit the online application, and then post the application form and other supporting documents to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

Assessment Process

The Confucius China Studies Program Expert Committee will review the application materials and conduct video interview.

 

Ph.D. in China Fellowship

Purpose

Support foreign students to pursue full-time Ph.D. degrees in the humanities and social sciences at Chinese universities.

Eligibility

• Non-Chinese citizen;

• HSK test score level 5 is required, and priority is given to applicants with higher level of proficiency in Chinese under same conditions;

• Applicants who are currently participating in Chinese Government Scholarship are not eligible to apply for this Plan;

Application Materials

• Recognized transcripts of undergraduate and graduate studies, diplomas and copies of all the documents above in Chinese;

• HSK transcript;

• Abstract of master’s thesis and other academic publications;

• A doctoral research statement;

• Two letters of recommendation from scholars in related field;

• Priority is given to applicants who obtain a letter of recommendation from Confucius Institutes.

How to apply

Applicants shall submit the online application at ccsp.chinese.cn, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

5. Assessment Process

The Confucius China Studies Program Expert Committee will review the application materials and conduct video interview. 

 

 Disclaimer

1. Incomplete or unqualified applications will not be processed.

2. Applicants will be disqualified from application in case of fraudulent application materials or application materials are completed and submitted by someone else.

3. Scholarship winners who cannot register with the host institutions on time should inform the host institution about the reasons in written form within 15 days before the admission date. For those who do not register as requested without reason, the scholarship will be canceled.

4. Scholarship will be canceled for those who do not pass the admission physical examination, drop out, or take schooling suspension during the study.

University Description
On October 16, 1951, East China Normal University (ECNU) was established out of the Great China University and Kwang Hua University’s arts and science faculties, while incorporating some other departments from Fudan University and Tongji University, etc. In November of that year, the Ministry of Education appointed Meng Xiancheng, the then Minister of Education of East China, as the university president, and Sun Taolin and Liao Shicheng, as vice-presidents.
The intellectual wealth from Great China University, Kwang Hua and other universities and colleges laid a solid foundation for ECNU, while the transformation of departments in the early 1950s infused new effectiveness into ECNU. In March 1959, ECNU was officially recognized as one of the 16 key universities in China, and this status was reaffirmed in 1978.