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Hi everyone,

 

Wondering if it's possible to do a non-degree program such as the 1 year Chinese Language course and then apply for a Masters degree program straight after?

 

Is this possible?

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pan.kasper

You can apply for the masters degree directly. If your Chinese is not good enough, based on your HSK level, they will provide you with complimentary one-year language course.

As for applying for scholarships two years in a row, there is a belief that they are reluctant to give it to people who are applying for another scholarship while receiving the other. It was the case for me, I was applying for CSC scholarship for my masters degree while doing language program in Chongqing and didn't get it - at the end i got the university scholarship instead. But there have been exception from that rule and there are always different types of scholarships to consider, i.e. municipal/provincional/university etc 

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@pan.kasper In your specific scenario, you applied for your masters degree while completing the language program?

I would think they look at applicants differently if someone was to apply after they finished their previous scholarship VS someone who is already on a scholarship.

I wouldn't know but that would make more sense because I heard it only matters if the program you are applying for is a higher degree

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On 1/21/2021 at 5:52 PM, yes said:

In your specific scenario, you applied for your masters degree while completing the language program?

I would think they look at applicants differently if someone was to apply after they finished their previous scholarship VS someone who is already on a scholarship.

I wouldn't know but that would make more sense because I heard it only matters if the program you are applying for is a higher degree

That's right, it was my second semester at 重大 when i submitted all my applications for the masters program. I think it was around March.

I think so too. I know a bunch of people who had didn't get the scholarship for which they were applying while finishing the other one - for most people it's the language program and then masters degree. Then they had to return to their own countries and apply next year. But then again, I also heard of people for whom it actually worked and they were continuously receiving grants for more than one degree. 

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