What you'll receive
You'll receive from QUT:
- a tuition fee waiver for the duration of your course, which is normally one year for masters students and three years for doctoral students.
You'll receive from the China Scholarship Council:
- funding for living allowances
- one return airfare
- funding for visa applications
- health insurance.
You will also receive a QUT/CSC Top- Up Scholarship which provides an annual stipend of approximately A$7,000 for QUT/CSC PhD scholarship recipient for up to 3 years. (This amount may vary each year as it is topping up your CSC stipend that you receive from CSC, to the Australian Postgraduate Award rate)
- meet the China Scholarship Council requirements, as outlined on the China Scholarship Council website (in Mandarin)
- apply for and be admitted to a PhD, research masters or professional doctorate at QUT
- To apply for this scholarship, you must meet the entry requirements for a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Master of Philosophy, or professional doctorate at QUT, including any English language requirements for international students.
How to apply
You must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for consideration prior to applying for this scholarship.
The EOI must indicate that you are applying for the China Scholarship Council (CSC) scholarship in the financial details of the application form.
Refer to the China Scholarship Council website (in Mandarin) for any additional documentation requirements and closing dates which vary each year (usually between late March to mid April).
What happens next?
You will receive an offer letter if your application is approved. You then need to submit a separate application to the China Scholarship Council.
China Scholarship Council will notify you of the outcome of your scholarship application. Once received, you will need to either upload this document to the QUT Application Portal or email it to email@example.com.