Chinese Government Scholarships


Chinese Government Scholarship 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.

Eligibility

  1. Non-Chinese citizens in good physical and mental health;

  2. Applicants who apply for the master’s scholarship should get their bachelor’s degree and be under 35 years old;

  3. Applicants who apply for the PhD scholarship should have their master’s degree and be under 40 years old;

  4. Applicants are not required to have HSK examination results or Chinese language learning experience because NPU offers classes in English medium;

  5. Applicants should have excellent academic marks;

  6. Applicants should have strong capacity in scientific research.

Duration and Standard of the Scholarship

Category

Study 

Duration

Tuition

Dormitory Housing

Stipend

   Comprehensive 

          Medical

     Insurance

1-year 

  Chinese 

      Pre

  paratory 

    Study 

 (Optional)

Master  

3 Years

Wavied

Wavied

3,000RMB/month

Wavied

Wavied

Ph.D

4 Years

Wavied

Wavied

3,500RMB/month

Wavied

Wavied

Students who are not proficient in Chinese language can apply for Chinese language study for 1 year before

 their main courses. Please be noticed Chinese teaching medium is compulsory after one year Chinese languge course.

Attached is the programs for master students and PhD students.

Application period

The application period is from Nov. 15, 2018 to April. 15, 2019.

How to Apply

Please go through http://www.campuschina.org to complete the application.

On the same time, please complete the online application for NPU with the link http://admission.nwpu.edu.cn/en/index

Application Documents Required

  1. Application form for Chinese Government Scholarship

  2. NPU Application Form for International Students (auto-generated after the online registration)

  3. Notarized highest diploma (photocopy)

  4. Academic transcripts. (Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations)

  5. Two letters of recommendation in English or Chinese by two professors or associate professors

  6. A study plan in English or Chinese (not less than 800 words for Master’s degree applicants; not less than 1500 words for doctor’s degree applicants)

  7. Notarized Copies of research achievements

  8. Certificate of English/Chinese proficiency

  9. A copy of a valid passport

  10. Physical Examination form

  11. Non-criminal Record

Notice: All application documents will not be returned and incomplete applications will be rejected.