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Chinese Government Scholarship Program

1. Enrollment category and scholarship period

Student type, duration Years of professional study Years of Chinese Tutoring Scholarship duration
 Postgraduates 3academic year 1-2academic year 4academic year
Doctoral students 3-4academic year 1-2academic year 4-5academic year


2. Applicant qualifications

(1). Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and in good health;

(2). Applicants must be students who are not already studying in China (graduates studying in China must graduate more than one academic year);

(3). Applicant's academic qualifications and age requirements:

• 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 doctorate must have a master's degree and be under the age of 40.


3. Scholarship content and standards

Free registration fee, tuition fee, experiment fee, internship fee and provide free on-campus accommodation (accommodation standards are: double room for master students, single room for doctoral students, rooms equipped with cable TV, internet, beds, duvets, wardrobes, writing desks and chairs, There are public toilets, washrooms, washing machines, and kitchens on each floor. No accommodation will be arranged for students with family members);

Provide scholarship living expenses: 3,000 yuan/month for master's students, 3,500 yuan/month for doctoral students;

Provide comprehensive medical insurance for Chinese government scholarships for international students in China.


1). Scholarship students are required to conduct experiments or internships that exceed the school's teaching plan, and the excess expenses shall be borne by themselves.

2). The living expenses of the scholarship will be paid by the school every month from the date of enrollment of the scholarship student. New students who register before the 15th of the month (including the 15th) will receive a full-month scholarship living allowance; those who register after the 15th will receive a half-month scholarship living allowance. The scholarship living expenses of graduates shall be paid half a month after the graduation date determined by the school. For those who suspend, drop out, or return to China after graduation, the scholarship living allowance will be suspended from next month. The scholarship living allowance will be issued during the school holidays; scholarship students who fail to receive the scholarship living allowance on time due to leaving school during the holiday can be repaid after returning to school. Scholarship students who fail to register on time without applying for leave, leave school for non-health reasons, or absent from school for more than one month, will stop paying the scholarship living allowance for that month. Scholarship students who need to suspend their studies due to pregnancy or serious illnesses should return to their home country to give birth or recuperate, and their travel expenses will be borne by themselves. With the approval of the school, the scholarship qualifications can be retained for up to one year, but the scholarship living allowance will be suspended during the suspension period. Scholarship students who suspend their studies due to other reasons, their qualifications for scholarships will not be retained.

3). Comprehensive medical insurance for international students studying in China under Chinese government scholarship: the comprehensive medical insurance paid by the Ministry of Education of China for scholarship students in China. It is mainly used for the expenses paid by the students for hospitalization due to serious illness or personal accidental injury. The school of the scholarship student or the rescue agency that accepts the advance payment shall hold the relevant expense receipt and settle the compensation to the insurance company following the pre-defined insurance clauses. Insurance companies do not accept personal claims.

4). International travel expenses: self-care.


4. Application channels and application time

Applicants should register online from January 10 to April 10 each year, and the application materials must be mailed to our school before April 30.

Acceptance agency number is: 10135


Mailing address: School of International Exchange, Inner Mongolia Normal University, No. 81 Zhaowuda Road, Saihan District, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

Postal Code: 010020

Contact: Bai Tuli Guer Wang Xiaofang

Office Tel: 0086-471-4392007 0086-471-4310116

Mobile phone: 0086-13948433077 (Bertuli Gul) 0086-13171412677 (Wang Xiaofang)



5. Provision of application materials

Applicants must truthfully fill in and submit the following application materials (all in duplicate):

(1). "Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship". Applicants must fill in and submit the electronic application information online through the "Online Application System for Studying in China" of the China Scholarship Council. After submitting the information, the "Chinese Government Scholarship Application Form" automatically generated by the system will be printed.

(2). Notarized highest education certificate. If the applicant is a student at school, a certificate of enrollment issued by the school must be submitted separately. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations.

(3). Academic transcripts. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations.

(4). Study or research plan in China (not less than 800 words), written in Chinese or English.

(5). Two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors must be submitted, written in Chinese or English.

(6). Applicants under the age of 18 must submit relevant legal documents of their legal guardian in China.

(7). Students who apply for music majors must submit CDs of their own works; students who apply for fine arts majors must provide CDs of their own works (2 sketches, 2 color paintings, and 2 other works).
(8). A copy of the "Foreigner Physical Examination Record" (the original is kept by yourself. This form is uniformly printed by the Chinese Health and Quarantine Department and can be downloaded from the website of the China Scholarship Council /file/2012-02-21/201202215236.pdf ) must be filled out in English. Applicants should strictly follow the items required in the "Foreigner Physical Examination Record" for inspection. The "Foreigner Physical Examination Record" 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. The inspection results are valid for 6 months.

(9). Copy of passport.

(10). Provide proof of Chinese language proficiency (copy of HSK and HSKK score report).

(11). The selection of majors should refer to the "Inner Mongolia Normal University Doctoral Program Catalog" and "Inner Mongolia Normal University Masters Program Catalog".

Attached table: "Inner Mongolia Normal University Doctorate Program Catalog" and "Inner Mongolia Normal University Master Program Catalog"

College name

Master's Admissions Program

Doctoral Admissions Program

School of Law and Politics

Marxist Philosophy; Chinese Philosophy; Logic; Ethics, Sociology


School of Economics and Management

Western economics; population, resource and environmental economics;
Economic history; political economy


College of Education

Curriculum and pedagogy; preschool education; education economy and management


Physical Education Institute

Sports Education and Training; National Traditional Sports; Sports Humanities and Sociology; Sports Human Science;


art college

Literature and Art; Linguistics and Applied Linguistics; Chinese Language and Philology; Chinese Classical Philology; Ancient Chinese Literature; Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature; Comparative Literature and World Literature; Master of Chinese International Education

Ancient Chinese Literature; Chinese Classical Philology

School of Ethnology and Anthropology

Religion; Ethnology; Anthropology; Folklore, History of Chinese Minorities; Chinese Minority Economy

Ethnology; Marxist Ethnic Theory and Policy; Chinese Minority Economy; Chinese Minority History; Chinese Minority Art

Mongolian Academy

Literature and Art; Linguistics and Applied Linguistics; Chinese Classical Philology; Chinese Modern and Contemporary Literature; Chinese Minority Languages and Literature;
World Literature and Comparative Literature

Chinese Minority Language and Literature

music Academy

Chinese Minority Art; Music and Dance


Art school

Fine Arts;


International School of Modern Design Art



School of Arts and Crafts

Fine Arts; Design


School of History and Culture

Chinese history; world history


School of Mathematical Sciences



School of Geographical Sciences

Geography; Cartography and Geographic Information System; Land Resource Management


Institute of Science and Technology

History of Science and Technology; Philosophy of Science and Technology

History of Science and Technology

College of Life Science and Technology

Botany; Zoology; Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Ecology


School of Journalism and Communication

Theatre and Film Studies


School of Physics and Electronic Information

Physics; Materials Science and Engineering


School of Chemistry and Environmental Sciences

Organic Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Environmental Science; Analytical Chemistry


School of Computer Science and Technology

computer science and Technology


tourism Academy

Ethnic tourism


School of Psychology

Basic Psychology; Applied Psychology; Developmental and Educational Psychology

Basic Psychology; Applied Psychology; Developmental and Educational Psychology

School of Government Management

Public management


academy of Marxism

The basic principles of Marxism; the development history of Marxism; the study of basic issues in the modern Chinese history of Marxism




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