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1. Q: What kind of university in Central China Normal University?

A: Central China Normal University is located in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, a thoroughfare of nine provinces. It is located on Guizi Mountain on the shore of Nanhu Lake in Wuchang. , China's teacher education "985 Advantage Discipline Innovation Platform" construction colleges and universities, the first batch of China's "double first-class" construction colleges and universities, is an important base for China to train teachers and other senior professional talents in middle and higher schools.

 

2. Q: What is the school code of Central China Normal University?

A: 10511

 

3. Q: What is the Confucius Institute Scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: To train qualified Chinese teachers and promote the international promotion of the Chinese language and the spread of Chinese culture, the Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban (hereinafter referred to as Hanban) has established Confucius Institute Scholarships and entrusted Confucius Institutes, independent Confucius classrooms, and overseas Chinese exams. The test center (hereinafter referred to as the recommended institution) recommends outstanding students and in-service Chinese teachers to study at a Chinese university (hereinafter referred to as the host institution).

 

4. Q: Who are the recipients of the Confucius Institute Scholarship at Central China Normal University?

A: Funding target:

  • Non-Chinese nationals.
  • Physical and mental health, good character, and learning.
  • Aspiring to engage in Chinese education, teaching, and related work related to Chinese international promotion.
  • Age is 16-35 years old (unified on September 1, 2021). In-service Chinese teachers are relaxed to 45 years old, and applicants for undergraduate scholarships are generally under 25 years old.

 

5. Q: What is the funding content of the Confucius Institute Scholarship at Central China Normal University?

A: Tuition, accommodation, living expenses, comprehensive medical insurance.

 

6. Q: When is the application deadline for the Confucius Institute Scholarship at Central China Normal University?

A: Application deadline:

May 15, 2021 (Entry in September 2021)

November 15, 2021 (Entry in March 2022)

 

7. Q: What are the application materials for the Confucius Institute Scholarship at Central China Normal University?

A: Application materials:

(1) Proof materials related to all applicants

Scanned copy of passport photo page. Applicants under the age of 18 must have their parents formally entrust a foreigner or Chinese resident in China as the guardian of the foreign student and submit notarized materials of the guardian's guarantee letter.

A scanned copy of HSK and HSKK score reports (valid for two years).

Recommendation letter issued by the person in charge of the recommending institution (evaluate the applicant objectively and indicate whether the applicant is a Confucius Institute student or another status; in-service Chinese teachers must attach the on-the-job certificate and recommendation letter issued by the institution.)

 

(2) Proof materials related to academic degree students

Provide a notarized certificate of the highest academic qualifications and school transcripts.

The Master of Chinese Language Education must provide two recommendation letters from supervisors with the title of associate professor or above. Priority will be given to those who provide a notarized work agreement for the graduated teaching institution.

"Confucius Institute Scholarship Application Form"

 

8. Q: What are the eligibility requirements for the "Silk Road" scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: Eligibility for application:

  • Citizens of the “Belt and Road” countries, in good health;
  • Those who apply for a master's degree in Chinese International Education must have a bachelor's degree. With a score of 210 or more in HSK Level 5, you can directly enter professional studies. Those with a score of 180-210 at HSK Level 5 need one year of Chinese tuition before they can enter a professional college or department; they must be under 35 years old;
  • Applicants whose mother tongue is Chinese or whose courses were taught in Chinese at the previous degree stage can be exempted from providing HSK scores upon approval by our school.
  • This program is mainly used to recruit new students. In principle, students who have already studied in China will not be admitted; students who are studying for a degree in China must graduate for more than one year.
  • Not other scholarship recipients.
  • Our school will strictly review the materials submitted by the applicants and will evaluate the language ability of the applicants.

 

9. Q: What is the funding content of the "Silk Road" Scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: Funding content:

  • tuition fee;
  • Accommodation fee
  • Living expenses (distribution standard: Master's degree: ¥3000/month/person);
  • Comprehensive medical insurance.

 

10. Q: What are the application materials for the "Silk Road" scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: Application materials:

  • "Chinese Government Scholarship Application Form", filled in Chinese;
  • Notarized certificate of the highest academic degree and transcripts. If the applicant is a student in school, he/she must submit a pre-graduation bachelor's degree or master's degree certificate and transcript issued by the school where the applicant is studying. The pre-graduation certificate must state the expected degree and graduation time. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations (one original and one copy each);
  • Study and research plan in China (600-800 words), written in Chinese;
  • Recommendation letters from two professors or associate professors, written in Chinese or English;
  • A copy of the Physical Examination Form for Foreigners, please bring the original with you when you come to China. This form is uniformly printed by the Chinese Health and Quarantine Department and must be completed in English or Chinese. Applicants should strictly follow the required items in the "Physical Examination Form for Foreigners" to conduct inspections. The "Foreigner Physical Examination Form" that is missing, does not have a photo of the person affixed, or the photo is not stamped with a seam seal, is not signed and stamped by the doctor and the hospital is invalid. Because the examination result is valid for 6 months, the applicant is requested to determine the time for the physical examination accordingly;
  • Copy of valid ordinary passport (personal information page, at least one year validity period);
  • HSK Achievement Certificate
  • If you have contacted a professor at Huazhong Normal University and received a letter of acceptance, please attach it to the application materials.

 

11. Q: When is the application deadline for the "Silk Road" scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: June 18, 2021.

 

12. Q: What are the funding categories of the University Graduate Program of Central China Normal University?

A: This project only supports full-time master and doctoral students.

 

13. Q: What is the funding content of the University Graduate Program of Central China Normal University?

A: Funding content:

  • Tuition and internal accommodation fee
  • Provide comprehensive medical insurance;
  • Provide scholarship living expenses (Master's students: 3,000 yuan/month; Doctoral students: 3,500 yuan/month).

 

14. Q: What are the qualifications for applying for the postgraduate program at Central China Normal University?

A: Eligibility for application:

  • Non-Chinese citizens, physically and mentally healthy.
  • Applicants for a master's degree must have a bachelor's degree in a relevant major and be under 35 years of age.
  • Applicants for a doctorate must have a master's degree in a relevant major and be under 40 years of age.
  • English-taught programs: applicants from non-English speaking countries need to provide proof of English proficiency. The requirements are an IELTS score of 6 or above or a TOEFL score of 80 or above; or proof that the previous degree is taught in English, or Proof of having studied in an English-speaking country for more than one year (inclusive).
  • Chinese-taught programs: Applicants need to provide proof of Chinese proficiency. The requirements are proof that HSK scores are at least Level 4 and above; or proof that the previous academic qualifications are taught in Chinese. If the applicant's Chinese proficiency does not meet the language requirements of the relevant major, he can apply for one-year Chinese tuition first, and he can enter the professional study only after reaching the Chinese proficiency requirements.
  • Did not receive other scholarships at the same time.

 

15. Q: What are the application materials for the postgraduate program at Central China Normal University?

A: Application materials:

  • Passport information page. The passport is valid for at least one year.
  • Proof of qualifications. Those who apply for a master's degree must provide an undergraduate degree certificate; those who apply for a doctoral degree must provide a master's degree certificate. If the applicant is a student at school, he must submit a pre-graduation certificate issued by the school he is attending. The pre-graduation certificate must state the expected degree and graduation time. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations.
  • Transcript. Those who apply for a master's degree must provide a transcript of the undergraduate level; those who apply for a doctoral degree must provide a transcript of the master's level. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations.
  • Personal statement. It must include the applicant's academic profile and study or research plan in China. Please write in English. The number of words is not less than 800 words.
  • Two academic recommendation letters. resume. It must include the applicant's personal information, educational background, work experience, scientific research results, paper publication, awards, etc.
  • Proof of language ability.
  • "Foreigner Physical Examination Record".
  • Certificate of Good Conduct.
  • Published papers, award certificates, work or internship certificates, and other materials (if any).

 

16. Q: What are the eligibility requirements for the principal scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: Non-Chinese citizens, healthy, undergraduate, graduated from high school, and under the age of 25; apply for a master's degree, must have a bachelor's degree, and be under the age of 35; apply for a doctoral degree, must have a master's degree, and be under the age of 45 age.

 

17. Q: When is the application time for the principal scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: From April 20th to May 20th every year.

 

18. Q: What are the application materials for the principal scholarship of Central China Normal University?

A: Application materials:

  • "Application Form for Studying Abroad in Central China Normal University";
  • Notarized highest education certificate. If the applicant is a student at school, he must also submit a certificate of enrollment issued by his school. Documents other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations;
  • Transcript. Documents other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations;
  • Plan to study or research in China. (Not less than 500 words, written in English);
  • Letter of recommendation. Applicants must submit two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors.

 

19. Q: What is the funding content of the China-US Humanities Exchange Scholarship at Central China Normal University?

A: Including tuition, accommodation, living expenses, Comprehensive medical insurance.

 

20. Q: What are the eligibility requirements for the China-US Humanities Exchange Scholarship at Central China Normal University?

A: Eligibility for application:

  • Applicants must be American citizens and in good health;
  • Those who come to China to study for a bachelor degree must have a high school diploma and be under the age of 25;
  • Those who come to China to study for a master's degree must have a bachelor's degree and be under the age of 35;
  • Those who come to China to study for a doctoral degree must have a master's degree and be under the age of 40;
  • This scholarship does not admit students of languages other than Chinese.

 

21. Q: What is the contact information of Central China Normal University?

A: Contact information:

  • No. 152, Luoyu Road, Wuhan City, Hubei Province, Post Code: 430079
  • Phone: 0086-27-67865209
  • Fax: 0086-27-67863760
  • Email: cice@mail.ccnu.edu.cn, mikecice@mail.ccnu.edu.cn

 

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