Pursue a one-year master’s degree in China
This is to inform you that mid-ranking young officials will have the opportunity to pursue a one-year mater’s degree in China, all in English. You also have the alternative of finishing your thesis in SA in the next year.
The 7 Master’s degree programs, which will start in September 2019, are:
- The Master of Laws (LL.M.) Program in Chinese Law offered by Peking University (PKU)
- International Master of Public Health (IMPH) Program offered by Tsinghua University
- The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) Master of International Finance (AMIF) program offered by University of International Business and Economics (UIBE)
- Master in China Studies offered by Zhejiang University (ZJU)
- LL.M. in International Economic Law offered by East China University of Politics and Law (ECUPL)
- MBA Program for Developing Countries offered by South China University of Technology (SCUT)
- Master’s Program of One-Belt-One-Road Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering (MOSI) offered by Southeast University (SEU)
Qualifications for an eligible applicant include:
- Healthy both physically and mentally; not over 45 years old (born after September 1, 1974).
- A bachelor or higher degree, at least 3 years’ work experience, some educational or professional experience in a field relative to that of the program applied.
- Working in a government agency, company or research institute, and being a Section Director or Chief of Office, a senior manager, or being a lecturer or assistant researcher or above in scientific researches.
- Good English language proficiency, able to follow English-taught courses well. Minimum requirements for reference: IELTS (Academic)total score 6.0, or TOEFL Internet score 80.
- Having a strong development potential in his/her career, and willing to promote the mutual cooperation and exchanges between China and his/her home country.
- Studentswho are now studying in China or already winners of Chinese Government Scholarship are not allowed to apply.
Note: More details about each program can be found in the corresponding university’s recruitment prospectus.
The scholarship will cover:
- Exempted fees: tuition and internship fees.
- On-campus accommodation.
- Living Allowance.
- One-off settlement subsidy after registration.
- Comprehensive medical insurance.
- A one-way air ticket to China upon registration and a one-way air ticket back from China to the student’s home country after completion of the study.
All applicants should communicate with me and then log in the “Chinese Government Scholarship Information System” (http://www.csc.edu.cn/studyinchina or http://www.campuschina.org) to submit online application and supporting documents. The deadline for application is 27 March 2019.