Two-Year China Studies Master’s Program at Zhejiang University
Based on the cooperation agreement between Bryn Mawr College (BMC) and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (FCH) of Zhejiang University (ZHU), graduating seniors and former graduates of Bryn Mawr College, Haverford College, and Swarthmore College in ANY discipline with USA citizenship under the age of 35 may apply for the two-year China Studies Master’s Program (CSP) at Zhejiang University, one of the top-ranked higher learning institutions in China.
If accepted into CSP http://iczu.zju.edu.cn/english/type4/01031403.html up to 15 students will receive full scholarship for their two-year studies in Hangzhou, the location of ZJU. The scholarship will include tuition; registration fee;living stipend of CNY 1,700 per month; free accommodation on campus; fees for laboratory experiment, internship, and basic learning materials; basic medical insurance including fees for outpatient medical services, accidental injury, and hospitalization medical treatment; one-time settlement subsidy of CNY 1,500; and possible research-related domestic travel fund.
The application deadline is April 19 (US time) by which all the required application materials should reach the Office for China Studies Program at ZJU. The decision letter will be mailed out in June, 2013. And the school year will start in September, 2013.
For anyone who is interested in applying for the Program, please contact Yonglin Jiang, Associate Professor of East Asian Studies at Bryn Mawr College at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally posted at: http://www.haverford.edu/news/stories/70031/301