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Dear scholarship applicants,

 

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Lu

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geniel 珍妮

@芒果乾 im planning to study in spring 2020 as I'm busy this year. The CIS mentions the deadline for spring 2020 is on November so I'll probably still be able to apply. Thanks for the info. And good luck!!

 

@GabrielaVD ahh that makes sense thank you!

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Jake13Kick

Hi guys. First of all, thank u all for all your useful answers. I´d like to ask two questions:

 

1. Regarding the Study Plan for a Masters Degree, should be write about our academic background, what do we plan to do with the scholarship and our future prospects? I thought so, but I have also read about writing a specific plan regarding what you are going to do each year... what option should I choose?

 

2. When they ask us to fill the duration of our studies, what should I put? My case is this: I want to study a masters degree (2 years) with one year of previous Mnadarin studies (as I want to take the master taught in Chinese)

 

Thanks!!

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philippo

2019 to 2021.

Fill up.

When you are awarded the scholarship.

The date would be place by your school acurately.

Study plan is what your study is abt. The kind of Research u want to carry out. How u want to go about it. How u plan on staying in china. Its all about your plans when you enter china.

 

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tesfaldet

hi friends? i was apply in 2018 scholarship and i am not selected, now i want to apply in 2019 csc scholarship but my application status remain in progress and can't allowed me to make any change. is that mean i am in the waiting list? or i am not allowed to apply again? if any one with the same situation please contact.

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philippo

Just create another account and apply again for 2019.

In progress doesnt mean anything.

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tesfaldet

@philippoi was trying but i am not allowed to create new account with similar email address, do you mean i have to apply with new email address

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philippo

U should create another email as many as u want to apply with. Dont forget it because you would always use it to log in. 

But in your online form filling use your main email.

 

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sevinjshabanova

Is anyone here who applied to Shanghai Jiao Tong University? 

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Grady M

Hello, I was recently pre-admitted to a masters program at Tsinghua and I'm interested in applying for a CSC Scholarship for the 2019 cycle. Just getting started on the process now and I have a few questions:

1. I've heard that the Type A application, via government institutions, is preferable to Type B, through the school itself. Is this just because schools can only nominate a certain number of candidates and there is no assurance that you get nominated? 

2. And if I apply for Type B, as an American currently living in the Middle East, I am confused as to which embassy I should be going through for the application. Should I be going through the Chinese embassy in the country I live in or the Chinese embassy in the United States? 



 

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GabrielaVD

@philippo when filling the application form, part of the documents you have to upload is your latest transcript and highest certificate, both notarized. But mine are not either in English or Chinese, do you know if we have to include the proper translation?

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philippo

@GabrielaVD i dont know much but personally i think it should be converted to english or chinese. English is an official language in my country.

But i would ask scholarship receipent on non english speaking country how they did it.

 

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GabrielaVD

@Grady M You have to apply through the Chinese Embassy of the country you're holding your passport. And if you're thinking of sending your papers through the embassy, you should apply type A, but tbh, Idk if there are more chances for you to get the scholarship if you apply type A or B

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Eyoel

Guys when u mail your documents to the university after applying to csc and the school website. Do you send the copy of everything or is there anything original to send?

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Eyoel

By mistake I have put 28/06/2019 in my work experience and I have submitted it already. And I have to mail it what do I do?

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philippo

Withdraw it and then edit it and submit again

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bgnrn

Hello!
Does anyone have experience with applying both for CSC (through embassy) and Shanghai Government Scholarship (same choice for first university, but different majors)?

It's not against the regulations, is it? Do you think it would negatively affect my application?
Of course if I am accepted I know I can only get one of the two.
I don't want to mess up my chance because of this, so I hope someone can enlighten me here :D 

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Steph1997

Hi guys! I want to apply for Chinese scholarship through the EU Window program. I intend to apply for a master in Business and have HSK 6 certificate. 

My questiona are:

1) as I have good command of Chinese, is it better to write research plan in Chinese or English? 

2)Does Tsinghua University require an entry exam? What are the chances to get in that university with a 3.4GPA (out of 4)?

 

thanks for help

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