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Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019

icon Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Training & Short courses

icon All subjects offered by the designated universities

Open to all nationals (other than the Republic of China)

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icon Deadline varies

icon Partial Funding, RMB 6,000 to RMB 25000 per year

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Details about Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019

Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019 is offered for Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Training & Short courses degree in the field of All subjects offered by the designated universities. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is Deadline varies. This scholarship is provided by Government of China and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, RMB 6,000 to RMB 25000 per year . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals (other than the Republic of China).

  • Deadline: Deadline varies
  • Scholarship value: Partial Funding, RMB 6,000 to RMB 25000 per year

The Government of China is offering scholarships to International applicants to study in the higher educational institutions in Jiangxi Province.

Eligibility for Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019:

  • The applicants for Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019 should be International students.
  • The candidates should have a good academic record.
  • The Nanchang Hangkong University will conduct math and an English exam to test the candidate's skills and ability.
  • The applicants will be assessed based on the results of the test and courses learned in secondary school.

Documents required:

  • The candidates applying for Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019 should submit a copy of their passport, health examination, and a study plan.
  • The applicants should also submit notarized copies of their school graduate certificates or diploma transcripts.

Value of the Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019:

  • The successful applicants of Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019 will receive:
    • Category A: RMB 25,000 per year for foreign students of a doctorate or master degree programs.
    • Category B: RMB 20,000 per year for excellent foreign students of bachelors degree programs.
    • Category C: RMB 6,000 per year for excellent foreign students in a higher education institution.

Updated on: 01 Apr, 2019

Source : Government of China
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    Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019 is offered to Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Training & Short courses degree

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    Jiangxi Provincial Government Scholarships in China, 2019 is offered for All subjects offered by the designated universities

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