Scholarships and awards
For the purpose of supporting the development of Confucius Institutes, facilitating international promotion of Chinese language and dissemination of Chinese culture, as well as cultivating qualified Chinese-language teachers and excellent Chinese-language learners, Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban (hereinafter referred to as Hanban) launches a "Confucius Institute Scholarship" program to sponsor foreign students, scholars and Chinese language teachers to study Chinese in relevant universities of China (hereinafter referred to as "Host Institutes" ).
The scholarship of 2014 is divided into 5 categories:
- Scholarship for Students of Master's Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages（MTCSOL）,
- Scholarship for Students of One-Academic-Year + MTCSOL
- Scholarship for Students of Bachelor's Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages（BTCSOL）,
- Scholarship for One-Academic-Year Students,
- Scholarship for One-Semester Students.
- 2014 Confucius Institute Scholarship Information pack
- Host Institutes for Confucius Institute Scholarships
Application Deadline: May 10, 2014
How to apply: Contact Jonathan Yi, Deputy Director of the Confucius Institute at University of Newcastle
Ph: 4985 4041
AsiaBound provides funding in the form of $2000 or $5000
grants for around 3600 Australian students each year to participate in a
study experience in Asia. Students are able to undertake short-term
mobility for a variety of experiences including practicums, clinical
placements, research trips or volunteer projects for up to 6 months. Students
are also able to undertake semester based experiences for one or two
semesters. In addition to study grants, AsiaBound offers grants of $1000
for preparatory Asian language study that can be undertaken prior to or
concurrently with an approved mobility project.
More info: AsiaBound Grants Progams
OS-HELP is a loan available to eligible undergraduate
students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place who want to undertake some
of their study overseas. OS-HELP can be used for a range of expenses such as
airfares, accommodation, and other travel or study expenses. Students may
receive one loan per six-month study period and can access a total of two
OS-HELP loans over their lifetime.
More info: OS-HELP
The Prime Minister's Australia Asia Endeavour Awards are a unique opportunity to undertake international study and research related to your Australian degree, as well as gain international work experience through an internship, building your professional network in Asia.
Awards are open to Australian undergraduates and postgraduates in any field of
study. Twenty postgraduate and twenty undergraduate awards are available each
year for the successful students to undertake study, research and an internship
Find out more about the Prime Minister's Australia-Asia Endeavour Awards
The goal of the AustCham China Scholarship is to foster the next generation of Sino-Australian business leaders. AustCham Beijing, along with its partners, believes that the development of China-literate Australian business leaders is key to forming stronger long term bilateral links between the two countries.
should have a deep desire to pursue a career in China and have demonstrated
this through past academic, language, vocational or extracurricular activities.
Candidates should be self starters who regularly take the initiative to get
things done. Many of the opportunities available through the Scholarship
require self motivation and a desire to achieve results.
Find out more about the AustCham China Scholarship
The Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Awards
aim to support and strengthen educational exchange between undergraduate and
postgraduate students in Australia and throughout Asia, providing a range of
exchange and research grants. The Cheung Kong Awards are based on a recognition
of the importance of cross cultural relationships, and various grants can be
applied for by people from a range of academic backgrounds.
More info: Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Awards
The University of Newcastle has a joint agreement with the China Scholarship Council (CSC) for the provision of high quality research training and support to PhD students from Chinese universities. The University has committed to provide supplementary support to the scholarship holders through the waiving of tuition fees to ensure students have every opportunity to complete their research studies.
These scholarships outline the close relationship that the University has with the CSC and further reinforce the depth of the University's commitment to enhancing the research opportunities for high-calibre Chinese candidates.
More info:China Scholarship Council
The Study Plan was recently launched to promote students wishing to have a career in Sinology to further their studies in China. The Confucius Institute offers application assistance for: Joint-PhD programs, Visiting scholar research programs, Young Leaders short-term study programs, international
Sinology conference funds, and publishing funds.
If you are interested in applying for the Confucius Study Plan please contact us.