Beijing cityscapeThe University is offering an exciting opportunity for some of our students to spend the summer in China. The scheme will enable up to 6 students to attend one of two summer schools in Beijing, China during the summer of 2014.

DragonThe scholarship provides a maximum of £3,000 per student which will cover flights, accommodation and visas (to be organised and booked by the University) and a daily stipend of £25 for food and drink. It is open to anyone who has a keen interest in China, Chinese, East Asia, or who is looking for an adventure!

The summer schools run for about 28 days and will provide you with the chance to meet, and make friends with, people from around the world. The modules available to you will cover a broad range of aspects of Chinese culture, from language to history and politics to economics.

Want to know more?

Come along to the briefing presentation at 14:00 on 18 February, in room 128 HumSS.

A second briefing and Q&A session has been arranged for Wednesday 5 March in Carrington 101 from 16:00-17:00. Please come to meet our China Regional Manager Craig Lennox to find out more about the scheme.

NB The deadline is Friday 7 March so you will still have time to complete your application. The session is open to all eligible students so do come along if you have any questions, even if you have already submitted your application. You can find out more about the scheme, including:

  • a brief introduction to life in China (and more specifically, Beijing);
  • information on the Universities involved;
  • details on both of the summer schools, including the activities available to you.

or, by visiting the website below.

At the end of the session there will be time for all your questions to be answered.

Click here for the full details and to apply.

Closing date: 7 March.

2 thoughts on “Vice-Chancellor’s China Scholarship

  1. If I earn one of the possible scholarships would I be able to use the money that would go towards a return flight back to England on a return flight to America my home) instead?

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