Application is now open for the China Fee Scholarships at the University of Adelaide. Interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Adelaide and Scholarship
The University of Adelaide, often referred to as Adelaide University, is a prominent public research institution situated in Adelaide, South Australia. Founded in 1874, it holds the distinction of being the third-oldest university in Australia. The university’s primary campus is strategically positioned on North Terrace in the heart of Adelaide, adjacent to significant cultural institutions such as the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum, and the State Library of South Australia.
A noteworthy collaboration between the University of Adelaide and the China Scholarship Council offers postgraduate research scholarships to candidates hailing from the People’s Republic of China. These scholarships are specifically intended for those seeking to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) at the University of Adelaide. Successful completion of the program’s requirements will lead to the conferral of a Doctor of Philosophy degree by the University of Adelaide.
This partnership serves the vital purpose of fostering enduring international research cooperation. Furthermore, it encourages the possibility of co-supervision, wherein candidates may benefit from joint guidance provided by both the University of Adelaide and the Chinese universities with which they have affiliations. This initiative underscores the commitment to advancing academic collaboration and research opportunities on a global scale.
Details about China Fee Scholarships at the University of Adelaide:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Adelaide, Australia
Scholarship Value: Fully funded
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Postgraduate/PhD
Host Institution(s): University of Adelaide, Australia
Candidates who receive the China Scholarship Council’s support will benefit from a living stipend and assistance as determined by the Chinese Government, with comprehensive details available on the China Scholarship Council website. In conjunction with this, the University of Adelaide extends the Adelaide University China Fee Scholarship. This scholarship encompasses a 100% Tuition Fee Waiver for a period of up to 48 months, contingent upon the maintenance of satisfactory academic progress. The duration aligns with the support offered by the China Scholarship Council.
In certain exceptional cases, the University of Adelaide may additionally provide a top-up scholarship to exceptionally promising candidates, further enhancing the opportunities available to those pursuing their Doctor of Philosophy at the university. This collective support underscores the commitment to facilitating outstanding research and academic growth.
Eligibility Criteria for China Fee Scholarships
Applications for Adelaide University China Fee Scholarships (AUCFS) will only be accepted from candidates who satisfy the requirements of the University of Adelaide as well as the China Scholarship Council.
According to the China Scholarship Council, candidates must:
- At the time of application, nationals or lawful permanent residents of the People’s Republic of China;
- Are between the ages of 18 and 40 when they apply;
- At the time of application, are you a recent graduate from your university, a master’s degree candidate, or a first-year PhD student?
- Consent to return to China after completing their research and/or studies; and Meet any other requirements for selection as specified by the China Scholarship Council. You may find a comprehensive list online: http://apply.csc.edu.cn/.
The University of Adelaide requires that candidates:
- Hold a firm offer of enrollment* from the University of Adelaide, contingent on the applicant’s application for a China Scholarship Council award being approved.
*Applicants must fulfill the University of Adelaide’s minimal English Language Proficiency requirements before the application deadline to be directly admitted into their selected academic program. Pre-enrollment English programs are not open to applicants for this prize.
Application Process for China Fee Scholarships
Step 1 is to communicate with a supervisor and obtain written confirmation from a main supervisor who qualifies as having supervisory assistance. Here is some advice on where to look for research projects and how to get in touch with supervisors: www.adelaide.edu.au/graduate-research/future-students/how-to-apply#step-3-find-a-supervisor project
Step 2: Use the University of Adelaide’s online application system (www.adelaide.edu.au/graduatecentre/future-students/how-to-apply) to apply for admission and an Adelaide University China Fee Scholarship.
Scholarships for Adelaide University China Fee are given out competitively based on a combination of academic standing, research background, and connection with the strategic objectives of the University of Adelaide.
Step 3: Use apply.csc.edu.cn/ to apply to the China Scholarship Council* for a living stipend and assistance applicants must have applied to the CSC after receiving an offer of admission and an offer for an Adelaide University China Fee Scholarship.
For further information, email the Adelaide Graduate Research School at email@example.com. You can also visit the University of Adelaide Website or the official website for further details.
The Application Deadline is: February 5, 2024