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Tsinghua University Peking University is hard to get it? Take a look at how Canadian students apply
Publication time 2018-03-21 PV 2107

Major good!

Chinese Canadians look over!

Canadian nationality

You can study in China for free!

Beijing University? Tsinghua?

All is not a problem!

Last Tuesday, at the signing ceremony for a scholarship to study in China held in Toronto, the Chinese government provided 19 scholarships to Ontario, including 15 at the University of Toronto, 3 at Queen's University, and 1 at Windsor University.

All expenses for studying in China for students who are awarded scholarships: tuition fees, book fees, medical insurance, accommodation fees, etc. are all free, and the Chinese government shall bear them.

Not only that, but students can also receive 2500-3500 (RMB) monthly living expenses!

Don't be too happy!

In recent years, more and more Chinese have gone to Canada to study, but few Canadian students have come to study in China.

The relevant data shows that there are already 200,000 Chinese students currently studying in Canada, while less than 4,000 Canadian students are studying in China.

In order to attract foreign students to study in China, the Chinese government provides foreign students with various levels of scholarships. Each year, Chinese Canadians of the second generation choose to study in China or to exchange or train in the short term.

Top universities like Peking University and Tsinghua University who want to get in with their crushing heads also open their arms to international students.

Peking University offers generous scholarships

For international students, Peking University also offers generous scholarship programs.

All foreign students applying for bachelor's degree, master's degree and doctoral degree can apply for these three scholarships:

Chinese government scholarship university project

Peking University Scholarship

Beijing Foreign Student Scholarship

Among them, Chinese government scholarships include:

● International tuition fees will be waived;

● Subsidy living expenses: 3000 RMB for master's degree/month; 3,500 RMB for doctoral student/month;

● Provide free accommodation (Ph.D. students are single rooms, master students are double rooms);

● Provide Chinese government scholarships to Chinese students’ comprehensive medical insurance.

Tsinghua University: cancel the written test and apply directly!

Tsinghua University also lowered the entry threshold for international students and canceled the written test. Foreign students want to come to Tsinghua University to study. They do not need to take the exam and submit the application materials directly, waiting for approval.

Second-generation Chinese immigrants who have already immigrated to Canada can also participate in Tsinghua International Student Undergraduate Enrollment. The same application-auditing system is used without examination.

However, it must hold a valid foreign passport or proof of nationality for more than 4 years and have actually resided abroad for more than 2 years in the last 4 years.

However, the application materials have certain requirements for applicants' Chinese proficiency, and they need to achieve HSK level 5 or above. However, applicants whose native language is Chinese or who use Chinese in high school may be deemed by Tsinghua University not to provide HSK scores.

Chinese government scholarship application

Chinese government scholarships are targeted at Canadian students, including Chinese nationals, and many college students who have now studied at their own expense in China can also apply.

University of Toronto students can apply to the China Scholarships Council's website.

University of Toronto application address: /china-scholarship-council-8/

Students who meet the requirements of the other three universities can apply through the Education Section of the Chinese Consulate General in Toronto.

To learn more about the scholarship programs, the departments they handle, the application methods and procedures, and the introduction of Chinese colleges and universities, visit the China University Network (/laihua) to find out more!

Finally, Xiao Bian wanted to say that this policy is undoubtedly a great advantage for the second generation of Canadians of Chinese descent. It is necessary to know what kind of hard work the students in the country have to go through. They can only enter the Peking University and Tsinghua. Such institutions of higher learning. To apply for scholarships in these schools is even more difficult!

So, such a good opportunity must be cherished!

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