Study in China – The Useful Guide for International Students
Scholarships in China-2021
Scholarships in China-2021
Are you interested in studying in China? There is no better time to study in the fastest growing economy in the world!
Did you know China that China has:
– 2000+ universities,
– almost 500,000 international students from all over the world
– 5000+ programs in English
With 5000+ programs in English, and 50,000+ scholarships every year, and the universities rising rapidly in the rankings. China is one of the world’s most popular study destinations.
Right now the border is still closed and there is no update about when international students can return to China.Contents1 COVID-19 Update2 8 Reasons to Study In China:3 6. Reasons You Shouldn’t Study in China!4 Study in China in English in 2021/20225 Chinese Universities are Rising in the Rankings6 Student Experiences In China7 Costs of Studying in China8 Scholarships to Study in China9 How To Apply?10 Questions about Studying in China11 About China Admissions
Get ahead of the rest and give your career a head start by building a greater understanding of China.
Studying in China will be an adventure that you will never forget, and it will put you in good stead for China’s economic rise, while also providing yourself with sought-after transferable skills and cultural experience that will give you an edge in the job market.
This guide is designed to give you all the information you need to find the most suitable programs and so you can make one of the most important decisions of your life: choosing where to study.
8 Reasons to Study In China:
- Get quality education
- Affordable tuition fee
- High employability rate
- Center of the world is shifting east – be at the center of it!
- Travel to China!
- Learn Chinese
- Broaden your network
- Challenge yourself, grow, become a better version of you
Study in China in English in 2021/2022
You don’t need to be fluent in Chinese to study in China! Universities in China offer thousands of high-quality English-taught programs for international students.
Whether you want to take a short-term Chinese language program or complete a formal degree in Economics, Business, Finance, Law, or Chinese, Chinese universities have available programs for every student. You can also study for one semester, one year, or take a master’s or PhD program.
Over the past decade, China has established one of the largest higher education systems in the world. Chinese graduates dominate the largest numbers worldwide annually, with many excelling in different industries and fields. China is also home to top-tier universities that have kept moving upwards in major global university ranking tables.
Recognizing the role of quality education in national industrialization and social progress, the Chinese government offers numerous scholarships for resident and international students. In fact, China is one of the most generous countries providing scholarships to foreign students and there are currently over 50,000 international students in China with scholarships.
The scholarships can be very valuable, overring the tuition fees, accommodation and living expenses worth up to $30,000 USD.Contents1 Types of Scholarships in China1.1 CSC Scholarships – Chinese Government Scholarships1.2 CSC Scholarships Explained in 6 minutes!1.3 Chinese Embassy Scholarships1.4 Chinese University Scholarships1.5 MBA Program Scholarships1.6 Confucius Institute Scholarships1.7 City Scholarships1.8 CCN Scholarships1.9 BLCC Scholarships1.10 Private Scholarships / Others2 China Scholarship Service3 Our Online Course: “How to get a Scholarship in China?”4 How Much Are the Scholarship Worth?5 3 Tips to Apply for the Scholarship6 How to Apply for Scholarship in China?7 Scholarship Agents & Guaranteed Scholarships8 Register for Scholarship Updates9 Questions about Scholarships
Dulguun is from Mongolia and has successfully received scholarships to study in China. Now she is an admissions officer at China Admissions based in Beijing.
CSC Scholarships – Chinese Government Scholarships
CSC scholarships are one of the most common scholarships awarded to international students. Provided by the Chinese Scholarship Council, this type of government scholarship is a initiative of the Chinese Ministry of Education to promote education, cultural exchange, political cooperation and mutual understanding between other countries and China. CSC scholarships can be partially or full-funded.
CSC does not cover MBA programs, MBBS programs (MBBS have very limited scholarships), or those programs with a very high tuition fee. You will need to look at the other types of scholarships below.
Undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students who qualify for a government scholarship receive a monthly stipend, free tuition and free accommodation during their study.
NOTE: There are many different websites with information about CSC scholarships, but the official website of the Chinese Scholarship Council is: www.csc.edu.cn.
Some students ask us about Chinese embassy scholarships. This is actually the Chinese Scholarship Council scholarship Type A which is handled by the embassies all around the world (see the video above). You can read more here.
The majority of universities in China offer scholarships for students. These scholarships can cover your tuition fees, as well as the cost of your accommodation.
Xiamen University for instance, is offering five different scholarships for international students so they can study in China. The application process to apply for university scholarships is more simple than CSC scholarships. You can see the full list here.
Jiangsu University also offers all the students who apply through China Admissions a presidential scholarship. You can apply here.
SUSTech also has full undergraduate scholarships for the top ranking students (very competitive scores in Maths and Sciences required)
Confucius Institute Scholarships
In order to support development of Confucius Institutes, facilitate Chinese language promotion and Chinese cultural transmission in the world, cultivate qualified Chinese language teachers and talented students of Chinese language, Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) launches the “Confucius Institute Scholarships” program for providing sponsorship to students, scholars and Chinese language teachers of other countries for pursuing a study in relevant universities in China.
You can apply for the Confucius Institute Scholarships by applying to the university and the confucius institute website at the same time here.
Many cities have scholarships to attract more international students. Have a look at some of these scholarships here:
– Beijing City Scholarship
– Jiangsu Jasmine Scholarship
– Shanghai City Scholarships
– Yiwu City Scholarship
– Liaoning Scholarships
– Ningbo City Scholarship
– Hangzhou Government Scholarship
See the complete list here.
China Campus Network is a consortium of Chinese universities. They offer an international foundation program in Chinese. After taking the program you can get a scholarship to study Bachelor’s in Chinese. You can learn more about CCN here and the scholarships here.
Beijing Language and Culture College also has a similar scholarship at Tianjin University. Learn more here
Private Scholarships / Others
These types of scholarships are offered by distinguished alumni, big companies and charitable institutions. Independent scholarships can cover the full or partial tuition fee and are usually awarded to international students who have exemplary academic record.
There are many different types of scholarships, and it can be hard to know which ones you are eligible and how to apply. We have a lot of experience helping international students to get scholarships. Thats why we offer our China Scholarship Service, to share our experience, save your time, and help you to increase your chances of getting a scholarship.
Thanks a lot. I’m totally indebted to you, I”m so relieved, I feel like I have finally accomplished something. Heartfelt appreciation for your efforts. Zahir, a student from India, who applied for Beihang University.
Respected sir, let me inform you with great respect and regards that I have been awarded full scholarship of Tsinghua University and thanks for giving me guidance regarding my matter. Jamali’s, Tsinghua University scholarships student.
Our Online Course: “How to get a Scholarship in China?”
You can also take our online course here. Where we share everything we’ve learnt about how to get the scholarship. This is included in all the Scholarship packages above.
How Much Are the Scholarship Worth?
There are minor and full scholarships. They can include a portion or all of the tuition fee, accommodation, and some will pay living expenses every month which can be worth up to $30,000 USD.
3 Tips to Apply for the Scholarship
1) Apply early – the application deadline is open for a limited time only, so you need to apply on time. There are often too many students applying and so it may be hard to get feedback. Apply to multiple universities and scholarships. It is very competitive so it is better to apply to numerous opportunities.
2) Contacts – Try to get in contact with someone from the university and / or embassy so they can check your application documents are correct.
3) Prepare Documents Carefully – Because there are so many students applying it is important that you prepare all your application documents correctly. If you do not prepare them correctly then your application may not be processed.
4) Learn Chinese!
5) Register on China Admissions
How to Apply for Scholarship in China?
The largest scholarship is the Chinese government scholarship which is managed by the China Scholarship Council. The full scholarship typically includes all tuition fees, living expenses, accommodation, and some intercity travel. The amount of living expenses depend on whether you are a chinese language student, undergraduate, master’s or PhD student.
Register on China Admissions to get real-time and monthly updates and tips about scholarships.
You can apply for this scholarship yourself. Below is a step-by-step process:
- Register at the China Scholarship Council website.
- Fill out all the application documents correctly (any mistakes can cause your application to be rejected).
- Find an agency to sponsor your application.
- Apply and receive the acceptance letter from the University (failing to do this can result in you being assigned to a University by the scholarship committee).
Preparing Application Documents
Preparing the required documents is an important step to get a Chinese scholarship. In addition to providing soft copies of documents, you may also be required to provide hard copies for mailing.
Some of the most basic requirements include:
- Notarized highest diploma
- Academic transcripts
- A study plan or research proposal
- Recommendation letters
- If planning to stay in China for more than 6 months, you must submit a photocopy of Foreigner Physical Examination Form (valid for 6 months)
- Applicants with the Pre-admission Letter/Admission Letter from designated universities should enclose the letter in the application package
Chinese universities may require other documents as needed.
Scholarship Agents & Guaranteed Scholarships
Because there is a lack of information it can be difficult for international students to know about the process of applying for scholarships, there are a number of agents around the world who are selling “Guaranteed Scholarships”. This can be for a fee of $1000 USD-$4000 USD + You can find these on Facebook, Wechat, and Whatsapp. This is especially common in countries that do not speak English
We do not offer Guaranteed Scholarships, and on China Admissions you can not buy a scholarship. We believe it is better to be transparent and so we are trying our best to share all the information about scholarships so you are able to understand the process and apply by yourself.
We do have some universities that we regularly send students for Scholarships, such as Beijing Foreign Studies University but we do our best to share this information on our platform and you do not need to pay any extra fee.
We do have a China Scholarship Service if you would like more support throughout the process and to save time. We do need to charge for it because it can take a lot of our time. But due to the complexity of applying for scholarships, we do not manage the scholarship for you.
We offer our China Scholarship Service where you can buy some of our hours where we work with you as a consultant. We can work with you through various stages and help to educate you about the process, and be available for support so you can apply by yourself.
Which Chinese universities attract the highest numbers of international students? Here’s an overview of the top 100 Chinese universities with the largest international student populations.
|Ranking||Chinese University||Number of International Students|
|1||Beijing Language and Culture University||9,056|
|2||University of International Business and Economics||8,555|
|4||Shanghai Jiaotong University||7,412|
|7||East China Normal University||6,472|
|9||Yunnan Nationalities University||5,812|
|12||Shanghai International Studies University||4,712|
|15||Harbin Institute of Technology||4,282|
|18||Huazhong University of Science and Technology||3,680|
|22||Zhejiang Normal University||3,361|
|25||Beijing Foreign Studies University||3,247|
|27||Beijing Normal University||3,055|
|28||Shanghai University of Traditional Medicine||3,022|
|29||Xi’an Jiaotong University||2,845|
|31||Shanghai Normal University||2,702|
|33||Beijing School of Aeronautics and Astronautics||2,681|
|34||Renmin University of China||2,633|
|35||Sun Yat-Sen University||2,559|
|36||Beijing Institute of Technology||2,469|
|39||Beijing Jiaotong University||2,324|
|40||Zhejiang University of Technology||2,300|
|41||South China University of Technology||2,281|
|42||Yunnan Normal University||2,247|
|43||Guangdong University of Foreign Studies||2,218|
|44||Zhejiang Institute of Technology||2,207|
|45||Shanghai University of Finance and Economics||2,164|
|46||Zhejiang University of Commerce and Industry||2,150|
|49||Huazhong Normal University||2,091|
|50||Northwestern Polytechnical University||2,039|
|52||Tianjin Polytechnic University||1,980|
|53||Tianjin University of Traditional Medicine||1,954|
|54||Tianjin Normal University||1,952|
|57||Capital Normal University||1,896|
|58||Dalian Foreign Language University||1,881|
|60||Hangzhou Normal University||1,870|
|61||Shanghai University of Sport||1,859|
|62||South China Normal University||1,822|
|65||Tianjin Foreign Studies University||1,730|
|68||Wuhan University of Technology||1,700|
|69||Shenyang Aerospace University||1,681|
|70||Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology||1,677|
|71||Southwestern University of Finance and Economics||1,659|
|72||Beijing University of Chinese Medicine||1,638|
|73||Guangxi Normal University||1,620|
|75||Kunming University of Science and Technology||1,605|
|76||Nanjing Normal University||1,589|
|78||Shenyang Medical College||1,539|
|80||Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine||1,523|
|81||Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine||1,520|
|82||Shanghai University of International Business and Economics||1,517|
|83||Jinzhou Medical University||1,453|
|85||Harbin Engineering University||1,445|
|86||Beijing International Studies University||1,432|
|88||East China University of Science and Technology||1,417|
|89||Central South University||1,413|
|90||Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics||1,412|
|92||Dalian University of Technology||1,393|
|93||North China Electric Power University||1,362|
|94||Northeast Normal University||1,345|
|95||China Medical University||1,318|
|96||Nanjing University of Science and Technology||1,309|
|97||Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University||1,303|
|97||University of Electronic Science and Technology||1,303|
|99||Southern Medical University||1,290|
See the ranking here for the top 16 Chinese Universities for International Students.
Of course you need to know if you are eligible to apply for a program before you apply. This can save a lot of time on your part.
Entry requirements in Chinese Universities depend on the program you are applying to. We encourage you to search on the program page for the exact information because it does vary by program.
We can also review your application documents for free after you have applied. Just let us know your application ID by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We can give you free feedback and suggest other options if you do not meet the entry requirements.
The good news it that there are many programs and universities in China so we can find a program for you. In this article, we will walk you through the entry requirements, application documents and other helpful information to start your application.Contents1) Entry Requirements In Chinese Universities2) Application Documents3) How To Apply4) How To Get A Student Visa5) Study In China For 2021 Intake!
By Degree Level
Each university also has some slight differences. You can check specific entry requirements on our page here.
Required documents are very similar for most universities in China. For more advanced degrees such as master’s and PhD, there may be a few additional documents to submit. The basic ones that you need to prepare include:
- Passport-size photo
- Photocopy of your passport
- Graduation diploma
- Official transcript of records
- Personal statement
- English language certificate
You can apply in three easy steps!
1) Choose a program here.
2) Complete and upload all your documents.
3) Pay the application fee here, wait for the confirmation letter from the university and process your visa. Get ready to come to China!
1) Choose a student visa category. There are two types: X1 which is for students staying for more than 180 days in China and X2 for students staying less than 180 days.
2) Complete the application form here and submit all the required documents to the Chinese Embassy/ Consulate General in your country of residence.
3) Pay the visa application fee at the Visa Office of the Chinese Embassy. Regular processing is four business days, but this might be different from country to country.
Read our complete guide to processing the China X Student Visa. We can also give you assistance if you need help.
Chinese Universities are now accepting applications for 2021 intake. Apply as early as now and get the chance to apply for scholarships and grants.
Chinese University Acceptance Rates for International Students
Since China Admissions was founded in 2016 has helped over 5,000 international students apply for universities in China. Now there are over 2,000 students applying each year.
Since 2016 Chinese universities are becoming increasingly competitive for international students. As China’s economy develops faster, and Chinese universities become more competitive.Contents1 Entry Requirements of Chinese universities2 Chinese Language Program Acceptance Rates3 MBBS Acceptance Rates4 MBA Acceptance Rates5 Common Reasons for Rejection6 How to Increase Your Chances7 Book a Free Call
We frequently do the rejection analysis of previous students and follow up with universities for the reasons so we are sharing this information which we believe can be helpful to increase your chances of being accepted. (Our job at China Admissions is to help you to get accepted into the university. )
Entry Requirements of Chinese universities
Please check out the Chinese university entry requirements here.
Chinese Language Program Acceptance Rates
The acceptance rate for Chinese language programs have been high and China Admissions has made the application process much more easier for students to apply. It takes less than 12 minutes to complete the application for Chinese Language program in China on China Admissions platform. China Admissions has a 98% acceptance rate for Chinese language programs.
The most common reasons for not being accepted are:
1) – Students Age (being under 18 or over 65)
2) – Nationality – there are some countries that can’t be accepted
3) – Not preparing the documents correctly
We strongly suggest you take the Quiz to check your eligibility before applying. With such a high acceptance rate, most of the time you only need to apply to one Chinese program, but it might be a good idea to apply to 2 or more if you would like to have more options.
MBBS programs are extremely competitive in China and are filled up each year. The quality of students applying for MBBS programs is very high. So the most common reason for being rejected is that the student was good, but there were stronger students applying. The acceptance rates for MBBS students is around 58%. If you are applying for an MBBS program we strongly suggest you apply to 3-5 universities, and we also have a MBBS application service to help you through the process.
MBA Acceptance Rates
MBA program acceptance rates are quite competitive depending on if you are applying for a top MBA in China. The acceptance rates for MBA programs are highly personalised according to each student. The most important thing is to have a good GMAT score, and to answer the essay questions well and perform well in the interview.
China Admissions has a lot of experience helping students apply to MBA programs in China. If you would like a free consultation then book a free call with us here. We will give you a free evaluation of your chances, and help answer your questions, give you some free advice about which MBA program might be more suitable for you, and also introduce our MBA application service.
Common Reasons for Rejection
The most common reasons for rejection are:
– Age not matching the requirements. Please check the entry requirements.
– Documents are not completed (Read more about documents here)
– Country (Unfortunately some countries such as Nigeria and Iran have difficulties applying).
– Weak application. Some students don’t present themselves in a professional way.
Thank you for choosing China Admissions.
The first steps are to choose the programs, pay the application fee and upload the application documents.
Once submitted to China Admissions, we will review your application within 2-3 days and proceed to the university or ask you for further clarification
After it has been processed to the university you will receive your unique application ID from each university.
The university may contact you directly for further questions.
We will then follow up each week with the university for updates. As soon as there is any update we will let you know. If you have made other plans, decide to withdraw / change address at any time please let us know.
After you have been accepted you will receive your admissions letter electronically and asked to pay the non-refundable deposit to the university.
Once you have paid the deposit the university will issue you the admissions letter and visa form to your home country.
Preparing Your Application Documents
Which documents do I need?
This depends on if you are applying for Chinese, Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD. The documents is very similar for most universities in China, with a few changes. You can find the exact requirements on the application form when you start applying on the online system.
Preparing Your DocumentsWe have more information about each document below.
You need to upload the passport copy, photo and academic transcript. Your transcript is helpful for us to check eligibility. Some of the other documents such as recommendation letter, GMAT. If you are currently studying now and didn’t finish your program, you can still apply and send the documents later.ContentsPreparing Your Application DocumentsYour PassportPassport PhotoPersonal StatementHighest Graduation CertificateHighest Academic TranscriptEnglish CertificateFinancial Guarantor LetterMedical Examination CertificateRecommendation LetterResearch ProposalNon-Criminal Record CertificateHow to scan your application documents
The International English Test (IET)
The International English Test (IET) is an online test to evaluate international students english level.
We are pleased to announce the online International English Test (IET). It is officially recognised by Chinese Universities as an official evaluation of your English level.
This has been recognised by 100% of applications in China in 2020, and we are offering a guaranteed refund if the university does not recognise it. (Please note that this can only be used for your university application and not for the CSC scholarship.)
The cost is $139 USD, and it can be booked within 5 days. All from your own home.
First Time in China?
Studying and living in a foreign country is always an adventure but also be a huge headache. Studying in China is an amazing adventure but it comes with challenges as the language, culture, gastronomy and many other aspects can be very different from your home country.
We at China Admissions will help you have a good start, teach you the basics and some tips to survive China,
especially the first couple of weeks.
There are some preparations you will need to make before boarding your plane. These are some we highly
recommend for you to consider:
- Pack appropriate clothing. Chinese universities offer programs starting at different times and seasons of the year;
have in mind when your program starts and make sure to pack accordingly.
- Stock up on prescription medication or any medicine you are used to in your home country as getting them in China
can be difficult.
- Prepare enough cash for the first two weeks or get a debit card that can be used in any major Chinese bank ATM
(consult with your local bank card issuer). Remember that you will need to pay your tuition fee on registration date.
- Download and create a WeChat and Skype account if you don´t have one already, and have your family members
have one too for more convenient communication. Popular social media and messenger apps like Facebook,
Instagram and WhatsApp are blocked in China. Consider buying a VPN to access these sites and apps.
- Make copies of all relevant documents as passport, visa, flight tickets, admission letter from university and any other
you consider might be important during your stay in China.
- Write down in a piece of paper or create a note in your phone with your university and/or accommodation address
and phone number.
- Prepare toiletries and cosmetics of your preference as some popular brands might be more expensive or even
unavailable in China.
- Buy an international insurance that can cover you in case of any emergencies.
The China X Student Visa is issued to an applicant who comes to China for study, advanced studies or intern practice for a period of more than six months.
An applicant who comes to China to study, short-term advanced studies or intern practice for a period of no more than six months shall apply for an (F) Visa.
Ask assistance from China Admissions
If you have any questions about the China X Student Visa process, contact China Admissions and we will assist you.
What are the requirements?
1. Valid and original passport with at least one blank visa page. It should also be valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of application.
2. Visa Application Form with one passport photo. Only color photo with light background like light blue and white is acceptable.
3. Approved Foreign Student Visa Application Form (JW201 or JW202) issued by the authorized Chinese unit, and an enrollment letter from the Chinese school.
4. Physical Examination Certificate for foreign citizen who plans to study in China for more than one year.
5. Chinese passport or last foreign passport with a Chinese visa for those born in China who apply for a Chinese visa with a new foreign passport.
You can apply for an X visa (study visa) in your home country. In order to do this, you will need to go to the Visa Office of the Chinese embassy in your home country with your admissions letter, Visa Application Form (also known as the JW202 form) and other requirements.
Mailed applications are not accepted and will be refused. Please note that it is no longer possible for students to come to Beijing on a tourist visa (L visa) and then convert this into a study (X) visa when in Beijing.
How long is the processing time?
For regular processing time, it usually takes 4 working days. If you want express service, it takes 2 to 3 working days with a $20 fee charged for each visa. A same day rush service is also available, with additional service fee of $30 for one working day process time.
- Incorrectly filled out visa application forms may cause a delay in processing or refusal of the requested visa.
- China X Student Visa’s are valid for one entry, three months. The visa holder should undergo residential formalities in the local public security department within thirty days of entry in China.
- American citizens may apply multiple entry (X) visas valid for 12 months.
- Other relevant documents may be required by Visa officers.
List of 20000 Scholarships in China
- Country: China
- Scholarship by: Chinese Government Scholarships by the China Scholarship Council (CSC Scholarship)
- Degree Level: Bachelors, Masters, PhD
- Financial Coverage: Fully Funded
Financial Coverage by Chinese Government Scholarship
The Chinese CSC Scholarship is a Fully Funded award that covers Full Tuition Fees, Living Allowances, Accommodation Expenses, and Health Insurance.
The benefits of the CSC Scholarship:
- Undergraduate Program: CNY 2500 RMB Monthly Stipend, Tuition, and Accommodation are both Free
- Master Program: CNY 3000 RMB Monthly Stipend, the tuition is free and a room is provided at no charges.
- Doctoral Program: CNY 3500 RMB Monthly Stipend with free tuition and as well as the free room.
List of Chinese Universities for Scholarships
Universities List, website, and admission with program details to study in China.
- Huazhong Agricultural University http://ic.hzau.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship December 1 to March 31
- Huazhong Agricultural University http://ic.hzau.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Huazhong Agricultural University Scholarship December 1, to June 30.
- Shenyang Normal University http://cie.synu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 30th
- Anhui University http://en.ahu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January till the end of April
- Beihua University http://admissions.beihua.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship 1th March.
- Beijing Film Academy http://eng.bfa.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January till the end of April
- Beijing Institute of Technology http://isc.bit.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship November 15th to April 15th
- Beijing Jiaotong University http://cie.bjtu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship 10-Apr
- Beijing Jiaotong University http://cie.bjtu.edu.cn Bachelor Silk Road Program
- Beijing Normal University http://iso.bnu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship Mar 15
- Beijing University of Chemical Technology http://english.buct.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 30th
- Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications https://english.bupt.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January to April 10th
- Bohai University http://www.bhuwsc.com Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January 1st – March 30th
- Capital Normal University http://www.ciecnu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship 01-Apr
- Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine http://eiceo.cdutcm.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January and early April
- China Agricultural University http://admissions.cau.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 15th
- China Agricultural University http://admissions.cau.edu.cn Doctoral Degree FORBIDDEN CITY SCHOLARSHIP 15th March
- China Agricultural University http://admissions.cau.edu.cn Master program SILK ROAD SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM March 15
- China Three Gorges University http://eng.ctgu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January to April 30th
- China Three Gorges University http://eng.ctgu.edu.cn Bachelor’s Degree Silk Road Program January to April 30th
- China University of Geosciences(Beijing) http://bm.cugb.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship April 10th
- China University of Petroleum http://cie.upc.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship between 1 January and 10 April
- Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications http://english.cqupt.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship December 1st to April 15th
- Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications http://english.cqupt.edu.cn Bachelor/Master’s Chongqing Municipal Government Scholarship December 1st to April 15th
- Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications http://english.cqupt.edu.cn Bachelor/Master’s /Doctoral Degree President Scholarship January 1st – March 30th
- Dalian University of Technology http://sie.dlut.edu.cn/en Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship December to end of February per year
- Dalian University of Technology http://sie.dlut.edu.cn Doctoral Degree Liaoning Government Scholarship December to end of February
- Donghua University http://english.dhu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 31
- Donghua University http://english.dhu.edu.cn Bachelor/Master’s /Doctoral Degree Shanghai Government Scholarship March 31
- East China Normal University http://lxs.ecnu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 31s
- East China Normal University http://lxs.ecnu.edu.cn Bachelor/Master’s /Doctoral Degree Shanghai Government Scholarship May 15th
- East China University of Science and Technology http://ies.ecust.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 31
- Fudan university http://iso.fudan.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship November 1 to March
- Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University http://english.fafu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship From Feb 1st to Apr 30th
- Harbin Engineering University http://studyheu.hrbeu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Atomic Energy Scholarship of China November 15 to January 15
- Harbin Engineering University http://studyheu.hrbeu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship November 15 to January 15
- Harbin Institute of Technology http://studyathit.hit.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship from September 20 to December 31
- Hohai University http://ie.hhu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship from February to April
- Huangshan University http://study.hsu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January till the end of April
- Inner Mongolia Normal University http://en.imnu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January 10 and April 10
- Jiamusi University http://iec.jmsu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 30th
- Jiamusi University http://iec.jmsu.edu.cn Bachelor/Master’s /Doctoral Degree Heilongjiang Provincial Scholarships April 15th
- Jiangnan University http://studyabroad.jiangnan.edu.cn Bachelor/Master’s /Doctoral Degree New Student Scholarship April 20th
- Jiangsu University http://oec.ujs.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 31th
- Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics http://jxufe.ciss.org.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January 1 till March 31
- Jilin Huaqiao University of Foreign Languages http://www.huabridge.com Bachelor The Silk Road” Scholarship June 10
- Jilin University http://cie.jlu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 31
- Kunming University of Science and Technology http://gjxy.kmust.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 15
- Lanzhou University of Technology http://gjy.lut.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January- April
- Liaoning Shihua University http://gjjyxy.lnpu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 30th
- Liaoning University of Technology http://study.lnut.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January and end of March
- Ludong University http://english.ldu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship 29-Mar
- Minzu University of China http://cie.muc.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship April 14
- Mudanjiang Normal University http://gjjy.mdjnu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship 20-Mar
- Nanchang University http://iec.ncu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March to May
- Nanjing Normal University http://en.njnu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January till the end of April
- Nanjing University https://hwxy.nju.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January 1st to March 15th
- Nanjing University https://hwxy.nju.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January 1st to March 15th
- Nanjing University https://hwxy.nju.edu.cn Bachelor Jiangsu Province Scholarship 1st Jan to 31st May
- Nanjing University https://hwxy.nju.edu.cn Bachelor Silk Road Scholarship January 1st to March 15th
- Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics http://iao.nuaa.edu.cn/scholarship/ Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January 1 till March 31
- Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology http://www.globenuist.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January till the end of April
- Nankai University http://study.nankai.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship March 10th
- Ningbo University of Technology http://gjxyen.nbut.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January- April
- Zhejiang University http://iczu.zju.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Zhejiang University Marine Scholarship March 31st
- Zhejiang University http://iczu.zju.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Zhejiang University Scholarship March 31st
- Zhengzhou University http://international.zzu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree Chinese Government Scholarship January 1st – March 30th
- Zhengzhou University http://international.zzu.edu.cn Silk Road Program HENAN GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP January till the end of April
- ZHENGZHOU UNIVERSITY http://international.zzu.edu.cn Doctoral Degree PRESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP January 15
- The Zhongnan University of Economics and Law http://ies-en.zuel.edu.cn Bachelor/Master’s /Doctoral Degree Overseas Student Scholarship April to May every year
- North China Electric Power University http://studyatncepu.ncepu.edu.cn Master’s /Doctoral Degree in Chinese Government Scholarship 20th, April.
Email list of Chinese Professors for Chinese Scholarships
Following is the complete Email list of Chinese University professors including Chinese University departments and their faculty members’ email ids, that can be used to send emails to professors to obtain acceptance letters to apply for Chinese Scholarships including the CSC Scholarship of China. This is a complete email list of Chinese professors in Chinese Universities.
- Northwest Normal University https://en.nenu.edu.cn/Academics/Schools___Departments.htm
- Tsinghua university https://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/…/Schools___Departments.htm
- SJTU Shanghai Jiao Tong University http://en.sjtu.edu.cn/academics/schools
- Nankai University http://en.sky.nankai.edu.cn/szdw11/list.htm
- Shenzhen University https://en.szu.edu.cn/Schools1/Schools___Departments1.htm
- Donghua University http://english.dhu.edu.cn/schools/list.htm
- Tongji University https://en.tongji.edu.cn/Academic_Research/Faculty.htm
- Jiangsu University http://oec.ujs.edu.cn/en/pages?cid=189&id=188
- Beijing Normal University https://english.bnu.edu.cn/schoolsdepartments/index.htm
- Tianjin University http://jyxy.tju.edu.cn/en/Faculty.html
- Wuhan University https://en.whu.edu.cn/Schools1.htm
- Hainan Normal University http://hgxy.hainnu.edu.cn/html/2017/szdw_0223/5977.html
- Xiamen University https://admissions.xmu.edu.cn/16887/list.htm
- Hohai University http://ie.hhu.edu.cn/7312/list.htm
- Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics faculty
- Nanjing University of Science and Technology faculty http://iao.nuaa.edu.cn/colleges-and-faculties/
- Shanghai University faculty http://en.sjtu.edu.cn/gateways-for-faculty-staff
- Renmin University of China faculty http://iso.ruc.edu.cn/English/more.php?cid=116
- Ocean University faculty http://eweb.ouc.edu.cn/
- Dalian University of Technology faculty http://en.dlut.edu.cn/department/Schools_Departments.htm
- Nanjing University Professor Email List https://hwxy.nju.edu.cn/_t486/6134/list.htm
- East China Normal University faculty http://english.ecnu.edu.cn/1821/list.htm
- Fudan University faculty https://www.fudan.edu.cn/en/
- Nanjing University https://www.nju.edu.cn/EN/wesearch/main.htm
- South china university of science and technology faculty http://www2.scut.edu.cn/ce/2421/list.htm
- Chongqing Medical University faculty https://english.cqmu.edu.cn/…/Colleges___Departments.htm
- Fujian Normal University (FNU) https://www.fjnu.edu.cn/english/7512/list.htm
- South China University Of Technology faculty http://www2.scut.edu.cn/ys/2016/1208/c5687a258136/page.htm
- Beijing University of Chemical Technology faculty https://english.buct.edu.cn/academics/faculty/index.htm
- Northwestern Polytechnical University http://en.nwpu.edu.cn/EnglishNew/Academics/Schools.htm
- Shanghai University https://en.usst.edu.cn/Academics/Faculty_Profile.htm
- Shandong University faculty http://www.en.sdu.edu.cn/Academics/Schools___Departments.htm
- Mudanjiang Normal University faculty https://cuecc.com/Program/HotDegree/Doctoral
- Sichuan University faculty http://www.sculx.cn/article/newsinfo.asp?id=105
- East China Normal University faculty http://www.chem.ecnu.edu.cn/main.psp