Die vornehme Dame Kuo-kuo und ihre Schwestern reiten aus, Li Gonglin (1049-1106)

Beauties on an Outing, Li Gonglin (1049-1106)

丽人行, 北宋李公麟 (1049-1106)

Weintöpfe in Shaoxing in der Provinz Zhejiang, darin fermentiert «Shaoxing-Reiswein»

Wine pots with Shaoxing wine in Shaoxing, Province Zhejiang

浙江绍兴装绍兴酒的酒坛

Huangshan, den Gelben Bergen, aufgenommen, Provinz Anhui

Huangshan, the Yellow Mountain in Province Anhui

安徽省境内的黄山

Dorf Zhuge in der Provinz Zhejiang

Zhuge Village in Province Zhejiang

浙江省境内的诸葛村

Jiayuguan, ein altes Festung im Westen der Provinz Gansu

Jiayuguan, an old fort in the west of Gansu Province

甘肃省境内的嘉峪关,

Chinesische Mauer etwa 150 km von Beijing entfernt

Great Wall,located about 150 kilometers from Beijing

距离北京大约150公里的长城

How to Apply for a Chinese Scholarship

Category: Lectures

2013/12/11 06:00 pm Confucius Institute

CIUB Informationsabend
How to Apply for a Chinese Scholarship
Information on Studying in China for Students of all Faculties


You are a student and you are planning to spend some time abroad? Why not choose China, one of the fastest developing countries in the world?

Zhou Xiaoxia, the Chinese Co-Director of the CIUB and Associate Professor of one of Shanghai’s most important Universities, ECNU, will explain everything about how to obtain a Chinese scholarship and the necessary requirements.

In the first part of her presentation Professor Zhou will introduce three different types of Scholarships: The Confucius Institute Scholarship, The Chinese Govern- ment Scholarship and The Shanghai Municipal Scholarship. While the Confucius Institute Scholarship is mainly a Language Scholarship, for the other two scholars- hips Chinese Language proficiency is not a prerequisite.

Some Chinese University programs, especially PhD and Master courses, are also offered in English. For students who would like to study more than a year in China, Chinese courses are normally part of the scholarship. It is possible to apply for scholarships on all levels: Bachelor-, Master-, and PhD-programs.

In the second part Professor Zhou will clarify the details on how to obtain a scho- larship and its necessary qualifications. She will also explain the application proce- dures and the application dead lines. After the presentation there will be enough time for personal questions, which Professor Zhou will be happy to answer.

Language

The lecture will be held in English

Date/Time

11. Dec. 2013, 18:00 – 19:00

Place

Confucius Institute at the University of Basel
Steinengraben 22

4051 Basel

Further Information

T 061 267 01 93/91, thomas.preiswerk@unibas.ch