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Hi guys,

 

I've been lurking around here for quite a while but registered finally to open this thread. I've received an email from my local embassy two days ago that applications for CSC scholarships for 2022/2023 are now open.

 

lets use this thread to discuss. I also might have some questions coming.

 

 

Kind regards,

 

mitosan

 

 

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On 11/17/2021 at 10:18 AM, Serg said:

I received the scholarship in 2020 and I still don't even know how my university looks like. Unless you like studying online, I won't advice anyone to get the scholarship, China is not opening any time soon.

 

I understand the situation you are going through. I received the scholarship this year, and I will say that not being in the country does take away from the experience in many regards. However, for anyone reading this, don't let this be a deterrent.

 

There has been rumor that US students will be allowed into China starting next semester, but this is not official. Read here: https://www.scmp.com/news/china/politics/article/3155587/universities-tell-stranded-overseas-students-prepare-return. Based on this information, I would be hopeful that if you apply for the scholarship this year, your chances of being allowed in china for 2022 is high.

 

Good luck to everyone applying! If anyone needs help with the scholarship process, feel free to message me anytime. 👍

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On 11/17/2021 at 5:30 PM, luckjp said:

I understand the situation you are going through. I received the scholarship this year, and I will say that not being in the country does take away from the experience in many regards. However, for anyone reading this, don't let this be a deterrent.

With all due respect, you have only been dealing with this situation for 2 months and half, I have been dealing with this situation for 1 year and half, I don't think you can't really comprehend what I have been thought. Anyway, you will understand it eventually, I'm pretty sure China will still be closed to international students by 2023. Last year I used to be like you; I thought I would only have to try my best for one year, and then China would open... oh boy, how wrong I was.

 

I don't want to persuade anyone to give up on China, but I think in order to make a decision it's better to hear all sides and have as much information as possible. If in 2020 someone told me China would lock itself up and completely ignore students, I would have been really grateful, and I would have probably waited until China opened its borders. You don't want to end up like these guys:

 

https://studyinternational.com/news/studying-in-china/

 

https://www.studyinternational.com/news/travel-to-china/

 

On 11/17/2021 at 5:30 PM, luckjp said:

There has been rumor that US students will be allowed into China starting next semester, but this is not official. Read here: https://www.scmp.com/news/china/politics/article/3155587/universities-tell-stranded-overseas-students-prepare-return.

 

Important to point out that those universities are American, thus they get perks that normal Chinese unis won't get. Only students from those American unis will be allowed to come back, not the rest.

 

If I was in the skin of people that are looking to get a scholarship, I would also check other mandarin speaking territories, like the Chinese province of Taiwan or Singapore. They also offer scholarships, and they are open to international students (as far as I know).

 

祝大家好运哦!

 

 

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On 11/17/2021 at 4:48 PM, Serg said:

If I was in the skin of people that are looking to get a scholarship, I would also check other mandarin speaking territories, like the Chinese province of Taiwan or Singapore. They also offer scholarships, and they are open to international students (as far as I know).

Fair enough

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