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Office of International Students Room 1507, International Students’ Apartment Central Conservatory of Music No.43, Baojia Street, Xicheng District, Beiijng, China, 100031

Chinese Government Scholarship


In order to promote the mutual understanding, cooperation and exchanges in politics, economy, culture, education and trade between China and other countries, the Chinese government has set up a series of scholarship programs to sponsor international students, teachers and scholars to study and conduct research in Chinese universities. China Scholarship Council (hereinafter referred to as CSC), entrusted by the Ministry of Education of People’s Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as MOE), is responsible for the enrollment and administration of Chinese Government Scholarship programs.

Chinese Government Scholarship mainly includes the following programs:

1. Bilateral Program This includes full or partial scholarships in accordance with educational exchange agreements or MOUs between the Chinese government and governments of other countries, institutions, universities or international organizations.

2. EU Program This is a full scholarship to encourage students from EU member countries to study and conduct research in China in order to promote mutual understanding between China and EU members.

3. AUN Program This is a full scholarship for ASEAN University Network (AUN) to sponsor students, teachers and scholars from ASEAN member nations to study and conduct research in China to enhance the educational exchange and mutual understanding between China and ASEAN members.

4. Chinese University Program Since 2008, MOEhas assigned the quota of Chinese Government Scholarship to some specific universities every year. Designated Chinese universities can enroll outstanding international students and grant them scholarships of master’s students.

Scholarship programs


to apply


to file the application






January to early April

(Please consult the application

receiving agencies for the specific

deadline for each program)

Dispatching authorities

in applicant's home


Undergraduate students,

Master’s students,

Doctoral students,

General scholars

and Senior scholars

Full scholarship or

partial scholarship

EU Program

Office for Education

and Culture, Mission

of P. R. China to the EU

Undergraduate students,

Master’s students,

Doctoral students,

General scholars

and Senior scholars

Full scholarship
AUN Program
AUN Secretariat

Master’s students

and Doctoral students

Full scholarship
Chinese University Program
March to April for CCOM

Office of International Students Affairs

at Central Conservatory of Music

Master’s students

and Doctoral students

Full scholarship

With an increasing number of international students to China over the past few years, more programs have been included in Chinese Government Scholarship. Other scholarship programs CCOM now undertakes are China-US People-to-People Exchange Program, China-Russia People-to-People Exchange Program, Developing Countries MPP Program, CAMPUS Asia Program, MOE Senior Master’s Degree Program and so on.


1. Full Scholarship covers:

· Tuition waiver (Making up the balance is required in some programs)

· Free university dormitory

· Stipend

Supporting Categories

Stipend (CHY per month)

Undergraduate students


Master’s students/ General scholars


Doctoral students/ Senior scholars


Comprehensive medical insurance for international students in Chinese Government Scholarship programs

2. Partial Scholarship covers one or some items of the full scholarship.

Language Requirement for the Program

Scholarship recipients whose Chinese proficiency is not adequate for CCOM’s Chinese-taught programs must, within the time required by admission letters, take Chinese language courses in universities designated by CSC. While taking Chinese language courses, scholarship students must pass CCOM’s entrance examination before moving on to their major studies. Those who fail to reach our language requirement before the deadline will have to apply for this program the following year or return to their countries.

Relevant Regulations


At the beginning of each semester (before September 15th), scholarship students of CCOM should registered in Office of International Students Affairs in time, or it may lead to termination of scholarship.

Scholarship students receiving stipend should register as is required each month so as to get stipend of that month. If not able to register in time for special reason, student should request for leave of absence ahead of time (fill out Chinese Government Scholarship Request for Leave of Absence Form, get it signed by the supervisor and sealed by the school and then hand it to Office of International Students Affairs), and once approved, can receive his regular stipend. Registration in winter or summer holiday is up to the notice by Office of International Students Affairs.

Annual Assessment of Chinese Government Scholarship

According to regulations of Chinese Government Scholarship, scholarship recipients must take the annual scholarship assessment and only those who pass will receive the scholarship the following year. The annual assessment, usually starting in April, includes assessment on grades, attitude, attendance, behaviors, rewards and punishments. For those who fail in the assessment, the scholarship will be suspended for one year or be canceled.