The scholarships are provided by the Chinese Government and Zhejiang University jointly for prospective international students to study for Ph.D. Degrees at Zhejiang University.
60 scholarship students will be accepted for the fall semester of 2008 and spring semester of 2009;
Details: Awardees will be exempt from tuition and fees for registration, laboratory experiments, internship, basic learning materials, and intramural accommodation;
Living allowance: CNY 1,400 per month for doctoral students;
Fee for outpatient medical services and Comprehensive Medical Insurance and Benefit Plan for International Students in China: CNY 600 per person per annum;
A one-off settlement subsidy for new students after registration: CNY 600 per person.
The duration of the scholarship for all programs with English as the media of instruction is the same as the normal length of the specific programs.
I. An Overview of Zhejiang University:
Zhejiang University is located in the coastal city of Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province, which lies 180 km away from Shanghai, a metropolitan city in China. As one of the China’s Seven ancient capitals, Hangzhou is a world-famous tourist resort praised as “a paradise on earth”, boasting very favorable natural conditions, with a mild climate, convenient transportation systems, picturesque scenery and rich cultural heritage.
The university is one of the few top-ranking research institutions of higher learning in China. It has a full coverage of disciplines in 11 major branches of Learning, Namely Philosophy, Literature, History, Education, Sciences, Economics, Law, Management, Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine. With a history of more than 80 years of graduate education, the university now offers 331 academic and professional Master’s Degree programs and 283 Doctoral programs. Davamı