New Doctoral-Level Fellowship for Study and Research in China

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U.S.-based graduate students can now apply for two doctoral-level fellowships for study and research in China, provided by Hanban, a public institution affiliated with the Chinese Ministry of Education. The fellowships, managed in the United States by IIE, will begin in fall of 2016. The newly launched Ph.D. in China Fellowship, part of the Confucius China Studies Program, will provide funding for U.S.-based students to enroll in and receive a degree from one of 15 participating universities in China in a China-related field in the Arts, Education, Humanities, or Social sciences. To be eligible, applicants must have a master’s degree by the fall of 2016. Students who are pursuing their doctoral degrees at U.S. universities can apply for the Research Ph.D. Fellowship, which will support doctoral dissertation research in China for a period of one semester to two years. As with the first year of the CCSP Research Ph.D. Fellowships, IIE will manage the recruitment and review of fellowship applications for U.S.-based students. These two Fellowship programs are components of an array of scholarships and fellowships offered by Hanban to promote the growth of sinology and China studies and strengthen China’s international relationships. Find out more here: Application Deadline: February 15, 2016


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  • Created By:Alana Franklin
  • Created:11/06/2015
  • Modified By:Fletcher Moore
  • Modified:10/07/2016


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