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Confucius Institute Scholarship

The Confucius Institute Scholarship (Guizhou University Project) is full or partially provided by the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) to support foreign students, scholars, and Chinese teachers to study Chinese language and literature at Guizhou University. From 2010 to 2016, Guizhou University has accepted more than 130 Confucius Institute scholarship students from 27 countries to study on campus.

 

1. Scholarship categories and application conditions

This year, our school’s enrollment categories include one-year research students and one-semester research students. Enrollment targets are non-Chinese nationals, physically and mentally healthy, with no record of bad behavior, and are generally between 16 and 35 years old (working Chinese teachers can be relaxed to 45 years old). They must meet the following application requirements and complete the online application. Hanban will provide full scholarships or partial scholarships according to the applicant's country distribution, registration order, and level of Chinese proficiency.

 

1.1 One-year trainee

The study major is Chinese language and literature, and the scholarship period is 11 months. For Confucius Institute (classroom) students, overseas local Chinese teachers, Chinese majors, and outstanding HSK test scores, especially for students and scholars who are interested in Chinese translation and Sinology research. International students currently studying in China are not enrolled in this category. Applicants should have a minimum score of 180 in HSK Level 4 and 60 in HSKK Intermediate Level.

 

1.2 One semester trainee

The study major is Chinese language and literature, and the scholarship period is 5 months. If applicants are students or scholars majoring in Chinese communication, priority will be given to admission. Those who have studied in China will not be admitted into this category. Applicants should reach 210 points in HSK Level 3 and have HSKK scores (there is no restriction on HSKK scores).

 

2. Scholarship content

No registration fee and tuition fee

Provide free on-campus accommodation

Provide comprehensive medical insurance for international students

Provide monthly living expenses of RMB 2500 (Note: some scholarships do not provide living expenses)

 

3. Application and admission

3.1 Before May 15, 2017, applicants log on to the Confucius Institute Scholarship website to register a personal account, fill in the "Confucius Institute Scholarship Application Form" accurately, truthfully, and completely, and upload relevant supporting materials Scanned copy of The materials to be prepared include:

Electronic photos;

Scanned copy of passport photo page;

HSK and HSKK score reports.

Students who have won the 2017 "Confucius Institute Scholarship Certificate" in various Chinese Bridge competitions can provide the "Chinese Bridge" award certificate;

Recommendation letter issued by the person in charge of the recommending institution (evaluate the applicant and indicate whether it is a Confucius Institute student or another identity). To apply for an in-service Chinese teacher, you must submit an in-service certificate and recommendation letter issued by your employment agency;

Proof of the highest academic qualifications (students who have not graduated can submit a certificate of enrollment issued by the current school)

Scanned copy of personal signature;

Application statement;

 

Please note: It is recommended that the applicant prepare various application materials under the guidance of the recommending institution;

Please fill in all the content truthfully, and before applying, confirm the type of scholarship, the study time, the institution and the major to be filled in correctly;

The uploaded files of electronic photos and scans of personal signatures must be less than 300KB, and other electronic scans must be less than 2M. 

 

3.2 After the applicant submits an online application, he should request the corresponding recommending institution to review the applicant’s qualifications and application materials promptly and recommend qualified applications in the scholarship system, and then Guizhou University and the country Only Hanban can further review relevant applications. To ensure the smooth implementation of the subsequent admission process and timely processing of the admission materials, all recommending institutions must complete the recommendation work in the scholarship system before May 25, 2017.

 

3.3 The follow-up scholarship review process may take more than one month. During this process, applicants can follow the application process, review opinions and scholarship review results in the scholarship system. The final list of scholarships is expected to be determined at the end of June, and Guizhou University will then send scholarship admission materials to the recommending institutions or scholarship recipients in July.

 

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