Sunday, February 5, 2012

25 China UNESCO Fellowships for International Students in China 2012

2012 UNESCO/People’s Republic of China Fellowships– The Great Wall Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme for International Students. Twenty five (25) fellowships for advanced studies at undergraduate and postgraduate level are available.

The fellowships, tenable at a selected number of Chinese universities, are of one year duration. These fellowships, which are in most cases to be conducted in English, are offered to senior advanced students wishing to pursue higher studies or intending to undertake individual research with periodic guidance from the assigned supervisor. In exceptional cases, candidates may be required to study the Chinese language before taking up research/study in their fields of interest.

Study Subject(s):Any Applicants can choose one academic program and three institutions as their preferences from the Chinese HEIs designated by MOE)
Course Level: Fellowships for advanced studies at 
undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Scholarship Provider: Chinese Government and UNESCO

Scholarship can be taken at: China

Qualifications Required
(i.)                  Hold at least the equivalent of the Master’s Degree/above or the Bachelor’s Degree; 
(ii.)                 English proficiency is required; 
(iii.)               Be not more than 45 years of age; and
(iv.)                 Be in good health, both physically and mentally. 

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Scholarship Description: China/UNESCO — the Great Wall Fellowship program is a full scholarship program set up by the Ministry of Education of P. R. China (hereinafter referred to as MOE) for candidates recommended by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). MOE entrusts China Scholarship Council (hereinafter referred to as CSC) to manage the recruitment and carry out the routine management of this scholarship program.

How to Apply: By Post

Scholarship Application Deadline: April 30th, 2012

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