How To Apply For Chinese Government Scholarship – Application Process


Every year Chinese Government provides scholarship,both full and partial to international students and scholarsin different programs, namely bachelor’s degree, master’sdegree, PhD and Chinese language program.This scholarship program is managed by CSC (ChinaScholarship Council), who carries through with theselection of the scholarship-holder. There are severalways to apply for Chinese scholarships. Usual way is toapply via your country’s education ministry or ChineseEmbassy/Consulate, where you have to turn in all thenecessary documents.

 How To Apply For Chinese Government Scholarship – Application Process
1. Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and be
in good health.
2. Applicants must be less than 25 years old for
bachelor’s degree, 35 years old for master’s
degree and 40 years old for PhD.
Facilities enjoyed by the full scholarship holder:
1. Full-free tuition fees.
2. A monthly allowance of CNY 2,500/month for
Bachelor, CNY 3,000/month for Master’s, CNY
3,500/month for PhD is granted to each
3. Each student is provided with accommodation
in his/her respective university’s international
students’ dormitory (most of the Universities
have special dormitory for international
students) free of cost.
4. Costs of basic learning materials that means
only the major related books, are born by the
host institution.
5. Students are awarded with Comprehensive
Medical Insurance and Protection Scheme for
the scholarship students in China.
Materials you have to submit for application
(with examples):
1. Chinese Government Scholarship Application
Form (see example in PDF).
2. Notarized photocopy of your Academic
Transcripts and Certificates of your highest
3. A photocopy of physical well-being from a
physician (see example in PDF). United Hospital
is recommended by the Chinese Embassy in
Bangladesh for the tests.
(Download Standard Physical Examination form
4. A Study of Purpose or Scholarship Essay,
describing your interests, ambition, future plan
and how do you want to materialize them (see
example in PDF).
5. Applicants for postgraduate studies, or study in
China as senior scholars must submit two
letters of recommendation from professors or
associate professors (view sample PDF).
6. You may also need to include photocopy of your
passport or national id.
You have to submit all these above mentioned materials,
along with the scholarship application form, which can be
filled from here .
Time of application:
Applicants can start preparing their papers in January.
Usually, the notice for the scholarship appears in end of
January and applicants are expected to submit
application form along with other materials between
January and April every year. In China, new semester
starts from September.
Students of different countries can look up in Chinese
embassy websites of their countries for specific details or
requirements of the scholarship for their respective
Some Additional Information:
1. In the scholarship application form you have to
mention three universities, where you are interested in
getting enrolled. Though you might or might not get
selected by your preferred universities. Please choose
your universities from this University List.
Though you might or might not get selected by your
preferred universities. For example, if you choose top-
ranked universities, there are odds that, they will be
replaced by some other universities and, if you get
chance in one of those institutions there are some pre-
requisites (described in the following point) before you
get enrolled.
2. If you want to go for top Chinese universities, then
before the semester starts you have to take HSK (Hanyu
Shuping Kaoshi – standardized test of Standard Mandarin
Chinese proficiency for non-native speakers), show
excellence in your one-year Chinese language course.


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