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Want to study in China? Scholarships for September 2017 available now.

31/03/2017

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Spend up to a year studying Chinese language and culture in exciting cities across China, starting September 2017. Whether you’re a final year student or recent graduate looking to get your foot on the career ladder, this is a great opportunity to enhance your CV, immerse yourself in a vibrant new culture, and experience something different.

There are six different Generation UK – China academic scholarship programmes to choose from, ranging from 5-11 months in length, and you can start in either September or February within the same academic year.

All scholarships cover tuition fees, accommodation, and a basic monthly living allowance to help with day-to-day expenses. You will need to pay for return flights (£400-700), travel & medical insurance, and visa costs.

You can decide in which amazing location you want to be based and what subjects (at a non-degree level) you wish to study. If this sounds like something you’re interested in, then you need to make sure you’re eligible to apply. Generation UK – China academic scholarships are available to anyone who is:

  • A British passport holder (for NI domiciled only, British or Irish passport holder)
  • A full-time student enrolled at a UK university or a recent graduate (applying within one year of your graduation date).
  • On track to receive or have achieved a 2:1 grade at university
  • Aged 18 and above.

For more information visit the British Council website – applications close 16th April.

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