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Confucius China Studies Program

The Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide would like to present the following scholarships offered under the Confucius Institute Headquarters' "Confucius China Studies Program".

2016 Applications will be open soon, below is information from previous years for your reference.

Students, researchers and academics from all South Australian universities are encouraged to apply.

The Program consists of 6 subprograms in the academic areas of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Joint Ph.D. Fellowship  (Application Closed On 28th February 2014)

To support doctoral students (candidates) registered with Australian universities to come to China to study, research and write their doctoral
dissertations. Students may receive their Ph.D. degrees from either their Australian university or from both the Chinese and Australian Universities.

Duration: From 6 months - 2 years.
Eligibility: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens with HSK test score level 3.
For more information: http://ccsp.chinese.cn/article/2012-11/09/content_469694_2.htm Link to external website

 

Ph.D. in China Fellowship  (Application Closed On 28th February 2014)

This is to support Australian students to pursue full-time Ph.D. degrees in the humanities and social sciences at Chinese universities.

Duration: Normally 3-4 years.
Eligibility: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens with HSK test score level 5.
For more information: http://ccsp.chinese.cn/article/2012-11/09/content_469694_3.htm Link to external website

 

"Understanding China" Fellowship

1. "Understanding China" Visiting Scholar to China

This is to support teachers, researchers, and postdoctoral scholars with the credential of assistant professor (equivalent) or above from foreign universities and academic institutes to undertake research with Chinese researchers in China.

Duration: 2 weeks - 6 months
Eligibility: Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens.

2. "Understanding China" Short-term Visit

This is to support senior officials from government, education and culture, non-governmental organizations and business.

Duration: 2 weeks - 2 months.
For more information about "Understanding China Scholarships": http://ccsp.chinese.cn/article/2012-11/09/content_469694_4.htm Link to external website

 

Young Leaders Fellowship

  • To support outstanding youths with at least a Bachelor's Degree and holding a position within the field of politics, economics, finance, law, education, culture, arts and media to visit China
  • To support senior undergraduates or graduates holding a position in students' associations at foreign universities to visit China.

Duration: 2 weeks - 6 months.
Eligibility: Non-Chinese citizen, usually under the age of 40, interested in public affairs and inspired to make positive contributions to the exchange and collaboration between China and other countries.
For more information: http://ccsp.chinese.cn/article/2012-11/09/content_469694_5.htm Link to external website

 

International Conference Grant

This is to support universities, research institutes, and scholars to hold or attend international academic conferences on Sinology and/or China Studies.

For more information: http://ccsp.chinese.cn/article/2012-11/09/content_469694_6.htm Link to external website

 

Publication Grant

To support foreign scholars to publish or translate relevant monographs, doctoral dissertations or founding relevant academic journals on Sinology and/or China Studies. The leading applicant must be non-Chinese citizen.

For more information: http://ccsp.chinese.cn/article/2012-11/09/content_469694_7.htm Link to external website

 


For further information about these scholarships or apply for a recommendation letter, please contact:

Emily Lee
The Confucius Institute
Level 4 Wills Building, The University of Adelaide
Phone: +61 8 8313 4798 Fax: +61 8 8313 0005
confucius.institute@adelaide.edu.au

 

 

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