Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute

Scholarships

 

20 Scholarships available to the four-week  International Summer School (ISS) at Renmin University (Deadline for application March 20, 2017)

Criteria: 
Students at Copenhagen Business School or Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute, Age 18-30. 
 
Coverage: 
Scholarship winners are exempt from tuition fees (12.000 RMB). In addition it is possible to apply for free shared accommodation. You may choose two courses of which one should be a Chinese language course. Other courses include Chinese language, business courses, history etc. If you are interested in taking a third course, it is possible to add a course for 2.000 RMB. Please be aware that ECTS are not directly transferred to your home university.
 
HSK Test:
If you have already participated in a HSK Chinese language test please state so in your application. It is required that you sign up for a HSK test level during the Summer University. More information about the test levels here: http://www.chinesetest.cn
 
Application: 
1. Register through this link.
2. Send an email to CBCI (cbci@cbs.dk) stating your personal motivation for attending the summer school. 
 
More Information:
• The application is open from February 15, 2017.
• The scholarship does not cover flight ticket, Chinese visa or medical insurances.
• All applicants shall be non-Chinese citizens.
• ECTS are not directly transferred to your home university.
• Applicants should make sure that their passport has at least 6 months’ validity upon entering China.
• In case you have any questions please contact Project Manager Jonas Bay Flintegård (jbf.int@cbs.dk).
 
Timeline:
March 20: Deadline for application
April 20 (app.): Scholarship result is announced
May 1 (app.): Buy your own flight ticket
May 25: Deadline for course selection
June 1 (app.): Visa Application
July 1-2: Arrival in Beijing
July 20 (app.): Participate in HSK test at RUC
July 30: End of summer university
 
The purpose of the Confucius Institute Scholarships is to support the development of Chinese language skills. The Confucius Institute Scholarship Program was established in 2009 and since then more than 20,000 applicants from 150 countries have been funded to study in China.

 

The page was last edited by: Department of International Economics and Management // 09/01/2017