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Chinese Government Scholarships

The Chinese Government offers up to five full scholarships annually to non-Chinese citizens who are currently at the University of Oxford to study a variety of disciplines (primarily at graduate level) at a wide choice of Chinese universities.

Award information

The scheme is administered by the China Scholarship Council (CSC) in collaboration with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) Embassy in London.

Award details

Duration:Up to seven years of funding, including up to two years of Chinese language tuition (if needed)
Value:The scholarship covers tuition, lodging, medical insurance, and a living stipend (see Related Documents for further information)
Number:Up to five nominations

Eligibility

Nationality:All non-Chinese citizens
Fee status:Home/EU and Overseas
Level of study:Undergraduate or graduate
Year of study:Final year
Subject:All subjects
College:All colleges

Other information

Full scholarship details are available on the China Scholarship Council website, which explains the remit of the scheme, eligibility criteria, a list of participating Chinese universities, scholarship benefits and medical arrangements. Please read these details carefully.

How to apply

  1. Applications are currently open for the 2017/18 academic year. Please submit your application by Friday 17 February 2017.
  2. Please refer to the Chinese Government Scholarship Profile (see Related Documents) for detailed guidance on how to apply for this scheme.
  3. Candidates will be informed who the University will nominate shortly after the closing date. Please note that a nomination is no guarantee that the scholarship will be awarded, since the final decision is made by the China Scholarship Council.
  4. If you are nominated for the Chinese Government Scholarship, you will be required to obtain a full blood count test and a ‘Foreigner Physical Examination Form’ completed by your GP. There may be a charge for these.
  5. If successful, students will receive award notices around April from the Chinese Embassy. These should be forwarded to your chosen Universities to obtain a pre-admission notice.
  6. In July, students will receive the official documentation from the Chinese Embassy to obtain a visa, etc.