Confucius Institute Scholarship
To support the construction of Confucius Institutes, promote the international promotion of Chinese language and the spread of Chinese culture, and cultivate qualified Chinese teachers and various Chinese talents, the Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban (hereinafter referred to as Hanban) established the Confucius Institute scholarships to support foreign students, scholars and scholars. Chinese teachers go to relevant Chinese institutions of higher learning (hereinafter collectively referred to as "receiving colleges") to study for a master's degree in Chinese international education or study Chinese language and literature, Chinese history, and Chinese philosophy.
1. Enrollment categories and application conditions
The enrollment categories of this year’s scholarships are Master of Chinese International Education, One-Year Training + Master of Chinese International Education, One-Year Research Students, and One-Semester Research Students. Enrollment targets are non-Chinese nationals, healthy, and generally between the ages of 16 and 35 (in-service Chinese teachers can relax to 45 years of age).
1.1 Master of Chinese Language Education
Provided to outstanding students of Confucius Institute (classroom), overseas local Chinese teachers, outstanding HSK test scores, winners of the "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for World University and Middle School Students, and outstanding graduates of Chinese majors from universities in various countries. Admission time is in the fall of 2015, subsidized The term is 2 academic years. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree or equivalent academic qualifications, with an HSK score of no less than 180 for Level 5, and an HSKK score of no less than 50 for Intermediate Level, and a written commitment to engage in Chinese teaching for at least 5 years after graduation. Those with specific teaching intentions (certification issued by the intended teaching unit must be provided) will be given priority. Hanban will provide support for outstanding graduates to return to China to teach.
1.2 One academic year study + master's degree in Chinese International Education
Provided to Confucius Institute students who are interested in teaching Chinese in Africa and Latin America. Applicants must sign an agreement with the Confucius Institute or the intended teaching unit. They should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, with an HSK score of no less than 180 points for Level 3, and an HSKK score of no less than 60 for elementary level; they have passed the annual review before the end of the first academic year and Those who have achieved a score of 180 in HSK Level 5 or above in Chinese can continue to study for a master's degree in International Chinese Education in China. Hanban will provide support for graduates who return to China to teach, such as recruiting local Chinese teachers and providing salary subsidies.
1.3 One-year trainee
Provided to outstanding students of the Confucius Institute (classroom), winners of the "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for World University and Middle School Students, overseas local Chinese teachers, outstanding graduates of Chinese majors, outstanding HSK test scores, or those who are interested in international Chinese education, Majors of study include Chinese Language and Literature, Chinese History and Chinese Philosophy. The admission time is the fall of 2015, and the funding period is one academic year. Applicants must have an HSK score of no less than 180 points for Level 3, an HSKK score of no less than 60 points for elementary level, or a minimum of 120 hours of study in the Confucius Institute.
1.4 One-semester trainee
Provided to outstanding students of the Confucius Institute (classroom), winners of the "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for World University and Middle School Students, overseas local Chinese teachers, outstanding Chinese students in universities, and outstanding HSK test scores. The majors include Chinese language and literature, Chinese history, and Chinese philosophy, the admission time in the fall of 2015, and the funding period is one semester. Applicants must have an HSK score of no less than 120 points for the second level, an HSKK score of no less than 40 points for the elementary level, or a minimum of 60 hours of study in the Confucius Institute.
Each type of scholarship will give priority to those with HSK and HSKK scores. Winners of the "Chinese Bridge" competition in China will go through the admission procedures by the stipulations of the awards. If the applicant repeatedly submits the application materials, it will be deemed invalid.
2. Scholarship funding content and standards
The Confucius Institute Scholarship includes registration fees, tuition fees, basic textbook fees, one-time placement fees, living expenses, accommodation, outpatient medical services, and comprehensive insurance for international students in China. Among them, the standard of living expenses is RMB 1,400 per month for research students for one semester and one academic year; RMB 1,700 per month for master students majoring in Chinese International Education. The standard one-time placement fee is: RMB 1,500 per person for those who have studied in China for one academic year (inclusive); RMB 1,000 per person for those who have studied for one semester in China; have been studying in China for half a year before admission For the above, no one-off resettlement fee will be issued.
3. Enrollment process
3.1 From the date of the issuance of these Measures, applicants can log on to the Confucius Institute Scholarship website (http://cis.chinese.cn) to register a personal account, check the receiving institution and professional information, fill in and submit the "Confucius Institute Scholarship Application Form" online.
3.2 Hanban entrusts Confucius Institutes (independently established Confucius Classrooms) of various countries, relevant overseas Chinese test sites, the Education and Cultural Sections (groups) of Chinese embassies (consulates) abroad, host institutions, and relevant higher education institutions in countries that have not established Confucius Institutes. The recommending institution is responsible for reviewing the qualifications and application materials of territorial applicants according to the enrollment requirements and submitting the recommended list to Hanban before April 25.
3.3 The host institution is responsible for reviewing the applicant's admission qualifications and submitting the pre-admission list of eligible scholarship international students to Hanban before May 25.
3.4 Hanban will organize experts to review and select those who meet the requirements for admission. The list of winners will be announced on the scholarship website before June 15. The receiving institution and the recommending institution will be notified at the same time, and the recommending institution will notify the applicants themselves.
3.5 The host institution must send the "Admission Notice", "Instructions for Registration", "Visa Application Form for Studying in China" (JW202 Form), and other admission materials to the recommending institution before July 1, and the recommending institution will forward the application The person himself.
4. Application materials (in duplicate):
4.1 "Confucius Institute Scholarship Application Form".
4.2 Copy of passport photo page.
4.3 Copies of the new HSK and HSKK score reports (if applicants have not yet obtained the new HSK or HSKK score reports, they can temporarily submit the new HSK or HSKK admission ticket number and other Chinese proficiency documents, but the formal new HSK and HSKK must be submitted at the time of admission Score report).
4.4 Notarized highest academic qualifications and transcripts.
4.5 Letter of recommendation. Applicants for the Master's Scholarship in Chinese International Education must submit two recommendation letters (written in Chinese or English) from tutors with titles of associate professor and above. For students of Chinese majors in relevant universities in countries where Confucius Institutes have not been established, a recommendation letter issued by the principal must be attached.
4.6 Serving Chinese teachers must submit the on-the-job certificate and recommendation letter issued by the institution where they are employed.
4.7 Applicants under the age of 18 must submit relevant legal documents entrusting a legal guardian in China.
4.8 Commitment. Applicants for the Master's Scholarship in Chinese International Education must submit a letter of commitment (written and signed in Chinese) to engage in Chinese language teaching for at least 5 years after graduation.
4.9 Winners of the "Chinese Bridge" World University and Middle School Students Competition must provide a copy of the award certificate or the award certificate issued by the organizer of the competition area.
4.10 Those who apply for continuous study of "One academic year study + Master of Chinese International Education" must submit an agreement signed with the Confucius Institute or the intended teaching unit.
5. Annual review
5.1 Scholarship recipients must report to the school on time by the regulations of the host institution. Those who fail to register without reason will not be eligible for the scholarship.
5.2 Those who fail the entrance examination will be disqualified for the scholarship.
5.3 According to the "Confucius Institute Scholarship Annual Review Measures", the Master of Chinese International Education must participate in the annual review before the end of the first academic year after enrollment. Only those who meet the requirements can continue to enjoy the next year's scholarship.
6. Contact Information of Guangxi University
Address: College of International Education, Guangxi University, 100 Daxue Road, Nanning City, Guangxi, China
Post Code: 530004