Chinese Government Scholarship

ZJUT International Student Scholarship Schemes in Year 2013 (for Freshmen)

Scholarships Applied

Candidates

Values of Scholarships

Chinese Government Scholarships

1. Applicants shall consult and submit the application form to the Embassy of Consulate of China in the home country.

2. A few universities in Zhejiang Province has altogether 80 scholarship quota specified by MOE in Year 2013, and ZJUT is one of them. Only Master’s degree and Doctor’s degree candidates are eligible to apply directly to ZJUT. For more information, please see http://en.csc.edu.cn/Laihua/.

★ Time for application:
Chinese Government Scholarships:Jan.2013-March.2013;
Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships:Jan.2013-May 2013;
ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships: March 2013-Aug. 2013(for Fall Semester)

CRETERIA & ELIGIBILITY.doc
Application Documents.doc

Confucius Scholarship

Application Procedures for the Confucius Institute Scholarship (2013)

I. Scholarship Category
According to different types of programs, the Scholarship is divided into Scholarships for Four-Week Study and Scholarships for One-Academic Year Study. Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens aged from 16 to 35 and in good health.

Scholarships for Four-Week Study are provided to outstanding students from Confucius Institutes worldwide or those who qualify according to specific agreements of Hanban. Duration for the scholarship is 4 weeks. Applicants are required to have complete their study at a Confucius Institute for more than 30 hours and have participated in the new Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) and have no study experience in China in the precious. Applicants are allowed to choose to complete the study in the summer term (from July to August) or the winter term (from December to January the next year) in the institutions arranged by Hanban. The goal of the study is to improve their Chinese language proficiency and skills by participate in classroom learning and cultural activities.

Scholarships for One-Academic Year Study are provided to outstanding students from Confucius Institutes worldwide, who have won the preliminary rounds of the “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competitions for Foreign College Students and for Foreign High School Students in their countries, outstanding college students of Chinese Language worldwide or those who intend to become Chinese teachers. The scholarship is provided for one academic year. Applicants are required to have completed their study at a Confucius Institute for more than 60 hours or have a score of at least 120 on the new HSK (level 2). They are allowed to choose 2 host schools
which offer several areas of specialization, including Chinese language and literature,education and Chinese history. The goal of the study is to improve their Chinese language proficiency and skills through engaging them in systematic study to achieve a score of at least 180 on the new HSK (level 5).

II. Scholarship Coverage and Criteria

Scholarship holders are exempt from registration fees, tuition, fees for basic learning materials, accommodation fees on campus, and are provided with a one-off resettlement subsidy, monthly allowance, outpatient medical service and comprehensive insurance for foreign students studying in China. Monthly allowance is. CNY 1,400 for one-academic study. The one-off settlement subsidy is CNY 1,500 for students who will study in China for one academic year or more.

III. Application and Evaluation
1. From the issue date of the application procedures, applicants can log on to the Confucius Institute Scholarship website at http://cis.chinese.cn, set up an individual account, complete the Confucius Institute Scholarship Application form online, print
out the form and sign it; then submit it to one of the recommended institutes along with the other application materials (see article 4).
2. The following recommended institutes will select the best applicants and recommend them to the host institutes:
Confucius Institutes;
Related colleges and universities in countries with no Confucius Institutes established;
Education and culture offices (sections) of Chinese embassies (consulates) worldwide;
The recommended institutes are required to send the application materials for the Scholarships for Four-Week Study to Hanban, and other application materials to host institutes chosen by the applicants by May 31st.
3. Evaluations for admission will be made by the host institutes and the results will be submitted to Hanban along with copies of the applications by June 10th.
Hanban will organize an expert panel to make the final selection by June 20th.
Applicants may check the application process and their results at any time through the recommended institutes or the Confucius Institute Scholarship website. The host institutes are required to send “Admission Notice”, “Enrollment Instructions”, “Visa Application Form for Foreigners to Study in China" (JW202 Form) and other related materials to the applicants through the recommended institutes by July 10th.

IV. Application Documents
Applicants must submit their documents according to the following instructions (all in duplicate):
1. Confucius Institute Scholarship Application Form;
2. Photocopy of passport photo page;
3. Application statement: indicating the applicant's Chinese learning background and study plan in China. It should be no less than 200 words for the Four-Week Study Scholarship applicants, no less than 800 words for the One-Academic Study Scholarship applicants;
4. A copy of the new HSK result report (for those who have not been given a result report, the admission ticket number and other Chinese proficiency certificates are required, but must submit the new HSK result report when enroll);
5. Applicants for One-Academic Year Scholarships should submit notarized diplomas;。
6. Applications under the age of 18 should submit letters of approval and provide the emergency contact number for their legal guardians in China;
7. Award certificate copy of the “Chinese Bridge” Chinese proficiency competitions or related certifications issued by the organizers.

V. Approval and Annual Appraisal
1. The scholarship winners must register at the host institutes before the deadline set by the institutes. Scholarships will not be kept for those who do not register on time;
2. Scholarships will be cancelled for those who cannot pass the physical examination;
3. Scholarship winners with more than one year's duration will have an annual appraisal according to the “Appraisal Procedures for Confucius Institute Scholarship” and only those who have kept good study records are entitled to continue to enjoy the scholarships.

VI. Contact
E-mail: zjut@admissions.cn

Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarship

ZJUT International Student Scholarship Schemes in Year 2012(for Freshmen)

Scholarships Applied

Candidates

Values of Scholarships

Chinese Government Scholarships

1. Applicants shall consult and submit the application form to the Embassy of Consulate of China in the home country.

2. A few universities in Zhejiang Province has altogether 80 scholarship quota specified by MOE in Year 2011, and ZJUT is one of them. Only Master’s degree and Doctor’s degree candidates are eligible to apply directly to ZJUT. For more information, please see http://en.csc.edu.cn/Laihua/.

Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships

Scholarship A

Master’s or doctor’s degree candidates

RMB 30 000yuan per student

per academic year

Scholarship B

Bachelor’s degree candidates

RMB 20 000yuan per student

per academic year

ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships

Doctor’s degree candidates

First-class scholarsip:24000RMB; Second-class scholarship:12000RMB; Third-class scholarship:8000RMB

Master’s degree candidates

First-class scholarsip:21600RMB; Second-class scholarship:10800RMB; Third-class scholarship:7200RMB

Bachelor’s degree candidates

First-class scholarsip:15200RMB; Second-class scholarship:7600RMB; Third-class scholarship:4800RMB

★ Time for application:
Chinese Government Scholarships:Jan.2012-March.2012;Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships:Jan.2012-May 2012;
ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships: March 2012-Aug. 2012 (for Fall Semester)

I.CRETERIA & ELIGIBILITY

Scholarships Applied

Candidates

Criteria & Eligibility

Chinese Government Scholarships

Candidates for all programs

Refer to the regulations on Chinese Government Scholarships established by the Ministry of Education of China. For detailed information, please see http://en.csc.edu.cn/Laihua/ .

Basic Requirements

Specific Requirements

Other Requirements

Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships

&

ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships

Bachelor’s degree candidates

—Non-Chinese citizens

—Abide by the laws, regulations and rules of the People’s Republic of China and ZSTU

—Have a good reputation, respect teachers and fellow students

—Both physically and mentally healthy

— At least hold a high school diploma, and have a competitive academic record in high school or undergraduate education

— Have a valid HSK certificate at or above Band 4 (for those who apply for the programs instructed in Chinese language)

— Under the age of 30 if applying for Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarship

NOT win any other scholarships in China

Master’s degree candidates

— At least hold a bachelor’s degree— Have a competitive academic record in undergraduate

— Two letters of recommendation by professors or associate professors from universities candidates graduate

— Have a valid HSK certificate at or above Band 6 (for those who apply for the programs instructed in Chinese language)

— Under the age of 35 for Master’s candidates for Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships

Doctor’s degree candidates

— At least hold a master’s degree

— Have a competitive academic record in graduate education

— Two letters of recommendation by professors or associate professors from universities candidates graduate

— Have a valid HSK certificate at or above Band 4 (for candidates for non-Chinese language programs)

— Under the age of 40 for Doctor’s candidates for Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships

II. Application Documents for Freshmen (In duplicate)

Chinese Government Scholarships

Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships

ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships

1. Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarships

1. Application Form for Zhejiang Provincial Government Scholarships

1. Application Form for ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships

2. Copy of valid passport

2. Copy of valid passport

2. Copy of valid passport

3. Highest diploma (notarized photocopy). If applicants are university students or already employed, they should also provide documents of being university students or on-post employees. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with translations in Chinese or English.

3. Highest diploma (notarized photocopy). Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with translations in Chinese or English.

3. Highest diploma (notarized photocopy). Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with translations in Chinese or English.

4. Notarized copy of transcripts. Transcripts in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with translations in Chinese or English.

4. Notarized copy of transcripts. Transcripts in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with translations in Chinese or English.

4. Notarized copy of transcripts. Transcripts in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with translations in Chinese or English.

5. Applicants overseas for master or doctoral degree studies and senior scholars must submit two letters of recommendation in Chinese or English by professors or associate professors.

5. Applicants for master or doctoral degree studies and senior scholars must submit two letters of recommendation in Chinese or English by professors or associate professors.

5. Applicants for master or doctoral degree studies and senior scholars must submit two letters of recommendation in Chinese or English by professors or associate professors.

6. Foreigner Physical Examination Form (only for those whose period of studies in China lasts up to six months)

6. Foreigner Physical Examination Form (only for those whose period of studies in China lasts up to six months)

6. Foreigner Physical Examination Form (only for those whose period of studies in China lasts up to six months)

7. Applicants under the age of 18 should submit the legal documents of their legal guardians in China.

7. Applicants under the age of 18 shall submit the legal documents of their legal guardians in China.

7. Applicants under the age of 18 should submit the legal documents of their legal guardians in China.

8. A study or research plan in Chinese or in English

8. Valid copy of Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) at required level

8. Valid copy of Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) at required level

9.To register on the website: http://laihua.csc.edu.cn, and the agency number is 10337.

* Note: Other documents shall be submitted at request.

Scholarship of Zhejiang University of Technology

ZJUT International Student Scholarship Schemes in Year 20112(for Freshmen)

Scholarships Applied

Candidates

Values of Scholarships

ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships

Doctor’s degree candidates

First-class scholarsip:25000RMB; Second-class scholarship:12500RMB; Third-class scholarship:8000RMB

Master’s degree candidates

First-class scholarsip:22600RMB; Second-class scholarship:11300RMB; Third-class scholarship:7500RMB

Bachelor’s degree candidates

First-class scholarsip:16200RMB; Second-class scholarship:8100RMB; Third-class scholarship:5000RMB

★ Time for application:   

ZJUT Int’l Student Scholarships: March 2012-Aug. 2012(for Fall Semester)

Application Documents.doc
CRETERIA & ELIGIBILITY.doc

 

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