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Confucius Institute Scholarship (CIS)

  Confucius Institute Scholarship program is established by the Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban (hereinafter referred to as Hanban) to provide scholarships to international students and scholars. Under this program, Master Degree Students and General Visiting Students are accepted by Peking University.  

Eligibility:
The scholarship is oriented at outstanding students of Confucius Institutes (Classrooms), overseas local Chinese language teachers, winners of the “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competitions for Foreign College Students and for Foreign High School Students, excellent foreign college students majored in Chinese, and those who intend to become Chinese teachers.
1、Applicants shall be non-Chinese citizens in good health, aged between 16 and 35.
2、Scholarship for One-Academic Year Students: Applicants should achieve a score of at least 180 on the HSK (level 3) and at least 60 on the HSKK (primary level).
      Scholarship for One-Semester Students: Applicants should achieve a score of at least 120 on the HSK (level 2) and at least 40 on the HSKK (primary level).
 
Categories of Scholarships
1.Scholarship for 1 semester/1-academic-year Chinese language study
2.Scholarship for a 2-year full time master’s program of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (MTCSOL)
Scholarship recipients must complete their study within due time; Scholarships invariably cannot be extended.


Scholarship Coverage & Criteria
Scholarship winners are exempt from registration fees, tuition, fees for basic learning materials, accommodation fees on campus, and are provided with a one-off resettlement subsidy, monthly allowance, outpatient medical service and comprehensive insurance.
*The one-off resettlement subsidy will not be provided to those who have studied in China for more than half a year before being enrolled.
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