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In order to better help international students applying China scholarships, China government has set up a series of China scholarships together with related institutions. Till now, most China universities provide abundant categories of China scholarship for international students. Capital Normal University (CNU) as one of the worldly-famous universities offers 3 kinds of China scholarship including Chinese Government Scholarship, Chinese Local Government Scholarship, and Confucius Scholarship.

China Scholarship: Chinese Government Scholarship in CNU

This kind of China scholarship for international students in CNU provides Bilateral Program and Chinese University Program.
Generally, this kind of China scholarship covers full or partial scholarship with a waiver of fees of tuition, accommodation, registration fee, outpatient medical service and comprehensive medical insurance and basic textbook fee together with an offering of monthly living allowance and one-off settlement fees.
Applicants of this China scholarship need to apply to designated institutions respectively or CUCAS between January and April in general. Applicants of this China scholarship will receive their monthly living allowance from the date of registration.
Generally, there are age limits to corresponding degrees. Applicants of this China scholarship pursuing bachelor degree should be under 25; those pursing master degree should be under 35; those pursing doctor degree should be under 40; those studying Chinese language without degrees should be under 35; the general scholars should be under 45; the senior scholars should be under 50.
It is worth mentioning that this China scholarship requires annual evaluation for international students enjoying the scholarship in China in the next year.

China Scholarship: Chinese Local Government Scholarship in CNU

This kind of China scholarship for international students in CNU provides Beijing Government Scholarship.
Generally, this kind of China scholarship covers partial scholarship of tuition only with First Prize, Second Prize and Encouragement Award.
Applicants of this China scholarship need to apply to CNU or CUCAS directly before July 4th. Applicants of this China scholarship will get a waiver of their tuition fees.
Generally, there are some notable eligibility requirements for example applicants shall be new bachelors, graduates and Chinese language learners who will not transfer or drop out, otherwise should return all the scholarships ever enjoyed in CNU.

China Scholarship: Confucius Scholarship in CNU

This kind of China scholarship for international students in CNU provides Confucius Institute Scholarship targeting at master's Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (MTCSOL), one-semester students, one-academic-year students, bachelor's degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (BTCSOL) and MTCSOL students with one-academic-year Chinese learning.
Generally, this kind of China scholarship covers full or partial scholarship of tuition, registration fee, basic textbooks fee, one-off settlement subsidy, monthly living allowance and so on.
Applicants of this China scholarship generally need to apply on the Confucius Scholarship Website or to CUCAS directly between February and May. Applicants of this China scholarship will get a waiver of their related fees and receive one-off monthly allowance.
Generally, there are some notable eligibility requirements, for example applicants of MTCSOL shall have a score of at least 210 on the HSK (level 6) and a score of at least 50 on the HSKK (intermediate level) and a written commitment stating that he/she will be engaged in Chinese language teaching for at least 5 years after graduation. More detailed eligibility requirements can be found on CUCAS Scholarship website.


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Contact E-mail: yangmengjia@cucas.cn
Written by Amy Yang, Editor of CUCAS Scholarship Team

 

 

 

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