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China


Danske Universiteter: Research

exchange agreement with China

OUTLINE

The Danish Rectors' Conference in cooperation with The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) supports Danish scientists wishing to conduct research visits at a CAS institution by funding travel and stay. The agreement only applies to the scientific and the technological field.

RESEARCH FIELDS

Scientific and the technological field

 ORGANISATION

Danske Universiteter

ELIGIBILITY

The agreement aims to stimulate research mobility between the two countries, primarily to enhance the education of research students. It is therefore a prerequisite for obtaining funding that the Danish applicants are active in one or more Chinese educational research settings and through the planned activities help to enhance the quality of research education.

WHAT IS FUNDED

  • Short stays for periods of 14-30 days can be applied for by scientists
  • Longer stays of periods between 6 to 12 months can be applied for by PhD students
  • Stays of 12 months can be applied for by postdocs

Opportunities for longer stays depend on whether the funds are available.
Danes who wish to apply must contact a Chinese host institution.

DURATION

Various - see above

DEADLINE

Annually, autumn

 LINK

https://dkuni.dk/om-os/internationalt/japan-og-kina/

 

Ford Foundation – China office

 OUTLINE

The Ford Foundation’s China office supports organizations and projects that contribute to the implementation of especially three* of seven foundation initiatives to challenge inequality:

  • Civic Engagement and Government
  • Free Expression and Creativity
  • Equitable Development*
  • Gender, Racial and Ethnic Justice*
  • Inclusive Economies
  • Internet Freedom
  • Youth  Opportunity and Learning*

RESEARCH FIELDS

All fields

 

ORGANISATION

The Ford Foundation

ELIGIBILITY

Various

WHAT IS FUNDED

Various

DEADLINE

 

Read more on the website

LINK

Ford Foundation - China

 

Beijing Government Scholarship

(BA, MA, PhD, language students, scholars)

 OUTLINE

The Beijing Government Scholarship (BGS) was established by Beijing Municipal Government to provide tuition fees (fully or partially) to international students studying or applying to study in Beijing. BGS provides scholarships for:

  • Excellent international students who pursue degrees at Higher Education Institutions (BA, MA, PhD)
  • Chinese language students and senior scholars
  • General scholars
  • Exchange students and students with special contributions

Applicants may choose institutions and specialties from the Chinese institutions of higher education in the Beijing region.

RESEARCH FIELDS

All fields

 

ORGANISATION

Beijing Municipal Government

ELIGIBILITY

Non-Chinese citizens, who wish to study/are studying in Beijing.

Depends on instrument: Read more

WHAT IS FUNDED

The scholarship covers tuition fees only

DEADLINE

February

LINK

Beijing Government Scholarship

 

Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPFS)

 OUTLINE

 Established by the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPFS) aims at attracting the best and brightest students in the world to pursue their PhD studies in Hong Kong's institutions.

RESEARCH FIELDS

Sciences, Medicine, Engineering and Technology, Humanities, Social Sciences and Business Studies

ORGANISATION

Research Grants Council (RGC) of Hong Kong

 ELIGIBILITY

Candidates seeking admission as new full time PhD students in the following eight institutions (irrespective of their country of origin, prior work experience and ethnic background): City University of Hong Kong; Hong Kong Baptist University; Lingnan University; The Chinese University of Hong Kong; The Hong Kong Institute of Education; The Hong Kong Polytechnic University; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; The University of Hong Kong

 WHAT IS FUNDED

An annual stipend of HK$240,000 (approximately US$30,000) and a conference and research-related travel allowance of HK$10,000 (approximately US$1,300) per year.  

 DURATION

Up to three years

 DEADLINE

Annually, December

LINK

Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme

 

Shanghai Government Scholarship for International Students
(BA, MA, PhD)

 OUTLINE

The Shanghai Municipal Education Commission established the Shanghai Govern­ment Scholarships (SGS) for International Students in 2005 to attract more outstanding international students to Shanghai. It offers funds to pro­spective international students to pursue a bachelor’s, master’s degree, PhD degree or to general scholars at institutions of higher education in Shanghai.

 

RESEARCH FIELDS

All fields

 

ORGANISATION

Shanghai Municipal Government

ELIGIBILITY

All non-Chinese nationalities
Awardees should not be recipients of Chinese Gov­ernment Scholarship at the same time.

 WHAT IS FUNDED

 The full scholarship for graduate students includes tuition, living expenses and Comprehensive Medical Insurance, monthly living allowance RMB 1,700 for mas­ter’s and RMB 2,000 for doctoral candidates. Partial scholarship includes one or some items of the full scholarship items.

DEADLINE

Depends on stipend

LINK

Shanghai Government Scholarships for International Students

S.C. Van Fonden

OUTLINE S. C. Van Fonden supports cultural exchange between Denmark and China.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE AND WHAT IS FUNDED?

1.
Individuals of primarily Chinese origin who reside or temporarily stay in Denmark in order to accomplish a higher education (documented matriculation as Master-, Ph.D. student or similar degree). “Chinese origin” includes individuals born in Denmark or in East Asian countries to Chinese parents. S. C. Van Fonden may not support mercantile studies, residence or sojourn with commercial aims.

2.
Danish citizens’ studies in and scientific relations with China. S. C. Van Fonden may not support mercantile studies, residence or sojourn with commercial aims.

3.
Promotion of art and culture relating to both China and Denmark.

DEADLINES

15 February

15 May

15 August

15 November

LINK S. C. Van Foundation