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Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20

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Details about Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20

Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 is offered for Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Training & Short courses, Conferences & Travel Grants degree in the field of Language studies. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 01 Mar 2019. This scholarship is provided by Government of China and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, Monthly stipend + Tuition fees and other allowances . This scholarship is open for: Open to citizens of Canada.

  • Deadline: 01 Mar 2019
  • Scholarship value: Full Funding, Monthly stipend + Tuition fees and other allowances

Eligibility for Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20:

  • Applicants of Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019 must be from Canada.
  • Canadian students (undergraduate and graduate levels), Canadian faculty members or research staff at a post-secondary institution can apply.
  • Canadian mid-career professionals with a Master’s or Ph.D. degree and possess policy development, managerial, or decision-making responsibilities can apply for the Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019.
  • The applicants must be able to achieve the required level of written and spoken Chinese by the host institution in China.
  • Candidates applying for Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019 must be enrolled in a Chinese institution and not be seeking a degree in China.
  • If the applicant is an employee of the Government of Canada, he/she is not eligible for the travel benefit funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development (DFATD).

Value of Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20:

  • The successful applicants of Canada-China Scholars' exchange program will receive:
  • Tuition fees and other allowances.
  • On-campus accommodations.
  • Monthly stipend of:
    • 2,500 Yuan for undergraduate and language students;
    • 3,000 Yuan for Master’s degree students; and
    • 3,500 Yuan for PhD students and senior scholars.
  • Medical Insurance.

Deadline for Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20:

  • The last date to apply for Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 is 1st March 2019.

Updated on: 26 Mar, 2019

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  2. When is the deadline of Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20?

    The deadline of Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 is 01 Mar 2019

  3. For which degree is Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 offered for?

    Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 is offered to Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Training & Short courses, Conferences & Travel Grants degree

  4. For which field is Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 offered for?

    Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 is offered for Language studies

  5. Who can apply for Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20?

    Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 is open for: Open to citizens of Canada

  6. Who is offering Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20?

    Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 is offered by Government of China

  7. What is the funding covered in Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20?

    Canada-China Scholars' Exchange Program, 2019-20 Covers Full Funding, Monthly stipend + Tuition fees and other allowances

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