2017 BIT 4-week Scholarship
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Confucius Institute Scholarship
In order to support development of Confucius Institutes, facilitate Chinese language promotion and Chinese cultural transmission in the world, cultivate qualified Chinese language teachers and talented students of Chinese language, Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) (hereinafter referred to as Hanban) launches the “Confucius Institute Scholarships” program for providing sponsorship to students, scholars and Chinese language teachers of other countries for pursuing a study in relevant universities in China (hereinafter referred to as “host institutions”).
The Confucius Institute Scholarship provides full coverage on tuition fee, accommodation fee, living allowance and comprehensive medical insurance expenses.
For more information, please visit: http://cis.chinese.cn
Chinese Government Scholarships
Chinese government has set up a series of scholarship programs to sponsor international students, teachers and scholars to study and conduct research in Chinese universities. Chinese Government Scholarship covers both major study and Chinese language study. 279 designated Chinese universities offer a wide variety of academic programs in Science, Engineering, Agriculture, Medicine, Law, Economics, Management, Education, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, History, and Fine Arts for scholarship winners at all levels.
Full scholarship covers tuition waiver, accommodation, stipend and medical insurance.
For more information, please visit: http://www.csc.edu.cn/laihua/
China Study Tour
This study tour is co-organized by the Confucius Institute (CI) at the University of Saskatchewan and U of S flagship partner Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT). Two-week accommodation, meals and local transportation will be covered. Participants are responsible for their own airfare (approximately $1100-$1400 round trip) and personal expenses.
- Tour the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta Warriors, and many other historical sites
- Visit Chinese Universities to compare Chinese and Canadian educational systems
- Taste authentic Chinese food and local snacks
- Experience Chinese culture: water painting, martial arts, calligraphy, and other cultural activities
Priorities will be given to participants who studied non-credit Chinese class with the Confucius Institute. Students who took credit Chinese class at the U of S will also be considered. Participants who do not have Chinese learning experience need to attend a 20-hour pre-departure Chinese language and cultural workshop.