Chinese Government Scholarship - BIT
Chinese Government Scholarship - BIT
MSc & Ph.D
Apr 15, 2023
More details :
Chinese Government Scholarship: Chinese University Program
The Chinese Government Scholarship: Chinese University Program (Type B) is a full scholarship established by the Ministry of Education to support Chinese universities to attract outstanding international students for graduate studies in China. BIT is one of the prestigious universities designated to undertake this program to recruit postgraduate students for Master and Ph.D. Programs.
1. be a citizen of a country other than the PRC and in good health both mentally and physically;
2. be an academically excellent holder of a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent under the age of 35 when applying for a master’s program;
3. be an academically excellent holder of a master’s degree or its equivalent under the age of 40 when applying for a Ph.D.program;
4. meet the admission requirements of the applied degree program.
Required documents :
Application Form for Chinese Government Scholarship (in Chinese or English);
Copy of Passport Home Page: Applicant shall submit a clear scanned copy of his/her ordinary passport with validity later than March 1st, 2024. If the validity of the current passport does not meet the requirement, please apply for a new passport before submitting the application;
Notarized highest diploma: Prospective diploma winners must submit official proof of student status by their current school. Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations;
Academic transcripts (from the undergraduate program onwards): Copies of academic records from first to last semester during the undergraduate, graduate (if any), and doctoral programs (if any) shall be provided. These transcripts shall be issued and sealed by the attending university’s academic affairs office, graduate school, or student management department. They can be in Chinese or English, but must be attached with notarized English translations if they are in foreign languages other than English;
A Study Plan proposal written in Chinese or English: The content shall include basic information of the applicant, personal statement, existing research results, research objectives and specific study plans (more than 1,000 words) and post-graduation plans (Appendix 1);
Recommendation letters: Two letters of recommendation (written only in Chinese or English) from professors or associate professors shall be submitted. These letters shall describe the applicant’s objectives of learning in China, comprehensive abilities, and evaluation of future growth， as well as the cooperation between the supervisors or the exchange between universities both in China and abroad(signature and contact information are necessary);
Language qualification certificate: For Chinese-taught programs: Applicants shall submit certificate HSK 5 or above. For English-taught programs: Applicants shall submit TOEFL: 80, IELTS: 6.0 or the certificate of previous degree program which is taught in English;
A photocopy of the Foreigner Physical Examination Form completed in English (the original copy shall be kept by the applicant). The form is designed by the Chinese quarantine authority and can be obtained from the dispatching authority. The physical examinations must cover all the items listed in the Foreigner Physical Examination Form. Incomplete records or those without the signature of the attending physician, the official stamp of the hospital, or a sealed photograph of the applicants are invalid. Please select the appropriate time to take a physical examination as the result is valid for only 6 months(Appendix 2);
Non-criminal record report. The applicant shall submit a valid certificate of Non-Criminal Record issued by the local public security authority, usually issued within 6 months prior to the submission date of the application;
Fresh graduates currently in China should submit the photocopy of the residence permit page and a proof of school performance from the current school;
Other additional documents (e.g. certificate of work or internship, award, publications);
Self-introduction video. Contents include :(1) Self-introduction; (2) Understanding of China; (3) Study plan in China. Formats: AVI, Move, MP4. The file should be within 50Mb and less than 180 seconds in length according to the teaching language of the applied major.
How to apply :
Step 1: register at http://www.campuschina.org and choose program Type B. The agent No. of BIT is 10007.
Step 2: register at http://isc.bit.edu.cn/.
The Scholarship Benefits:
Stipend in China: Master’s students CNY 3,000 per month, Doctoral students CNY 3,500 per month;
Foreign Students Comprehensive Medical Insurance.