- We work in China’s rural areas, which are virtually untouched by the country’s economic boom. We began working in China in 2002 following a disastrous explosion in a fireworks factory which killed 38 children between the ages of 8 and 11. This kind of exploitative works is a common problem in China, where almost half the population lives on less than $2 a day, with most of these people living in rural areas.
- we build schools where there are none, and replace schools that are dilapidated or lack basics like roofs and windows. Water and Sanitation projects outfit these rural schools with clean water and latrines, a major improvement in children’s health in a region where most people don’t have access to these facilities.
- Alternative Income initiative include providing families with pigs and other farming support so parents can afford to send their kids to school. The Healthcare component provides lunch programs and health education—a major benefit in an area where nutrition-related diseases like rickets and childhood blindness are widespread.
Scholarships for Chinese Students in Christian Ministry
- Szeto Fellowship: To qualify for the Szeto Fellowship you must be an international visa student. Preference is given to students from China and other Asian countries.
- One full-tuition scholarship or two half-tuition scholarships for full-time student of Chinese descent from Southeast Asia or China, regardless of their country of ministry following graduation. Preference is given to applicants in the MDiv or higher programs of study and preparing for full-time ministry.
Scholarships for Chinese Undergraduate Students
- The Concordia University Hong Kong Foundation (CUHKF) was established in 1998 by a group of Concordia’s esteemed Hong Kong alumni, who number over 600.
- The Concordia University Hong Kong Foundation’s primary objective is to provide a number of undergraduate entrance scholarships to excellent students.
- These scholarships are awarded, on the basis of academic achievement, to students of Hong Kong or Chinese citizenship admitted to Bachelor’s programs at Concordia University on the basis of secondary school in the Hong Kong S.A.R. or the People’s Republic of China.
- The Napier University Scholarship Trust was established by Sir James McGregor, Dr. Ian Tomlin, Dr. George Cautherley, Prof. Stephen Ho and Mr. Obe Mohan in 1995.
- Since its establishment, a total of 30 scholarships awarded to date, with a total amount of £186,700 distributed.
- On award of a Scholarship, the recipient is given £9,000 for each year of his or her course of study at Napier University, Edinburgh, up to a maximum of four years.
- The value of the scholarship is deducted from the tuition fees. The scholarship will be awarded on matriculation at Napier University.
- Scholarship is available to foreign students of ethnic Chinese descent. Primary preference in awarding the scholarship shall be given to those candidates who have demonstrated leadership in student and/or community activities and organizations, as well as the desire to serve others in the candidate’s future chosen field of work. Secondary preference shall be determined by level of financial need. Applicants may re-apply for this application each year. Applicants must qualify for financial assistance as defined by the Financial Aid Office of OSU.
- The “Rosita King Ho Scholarship Fund” was established in 2004 by a generous donation from the Rosita King Ho International Charitable Foundation (??????????). The Charitable Foundation was set up in 1999 by the late Mr Ho Kwan King (???) in memory of his late wife Mrs Rosita King Ho (1929-1999) to support higher education worldwide.
- The Rosita King Ho International Charitable Foundation regarded the gift as an investment in the students. By providing students with global vision and social responsibility, the Foundation believes that they have greater potential to become committed and outstanding leaders of the community.
- Description: CCSEP is a program designed to enhance Chinese scholars’ knowledge and understanding of Canada. Awards make possible four- to 12-month periods of research in Canada, but do not involve formal enrolment at a Canadian university.
- Administrator: China Scholarship Council and the Embassy of Canada in China
- Fields: Preference is given to the following fields: public policy analysis and public administration, business management, economics/finance/banking, environmental protection, law, education, public health policy and management.
- Eligibility: Full-time, permanent teaching or research staff and master’s or doctoral graduates from recognized universities and other institutions of higher education in mainland China. Scholars will conduct research designed to enhance the knowledge and understanding of Canada.
- There are two 50% Undergraduate Scholarship, available for students starting their undergraduate degree studies. The scholarship is worth 50% of your undergraduate course tuition fee per year. To be eligible for the 50% Undergraduate Scholarship, applicants must be a national or permanently domiciled. The 50% Undergraduate Scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit. If you wish to be considered for this scholarship you need to apply. Eligible students will automatically be sent details of how to apply. Applicants cannot apply for the scholarship before being offered a study place at Sheffield.
- The Wesleyan Freeman Asian Scholarship Program provides expenses for a four-year course of study toward a bachelor’s degree for up to eleven exceptionally able Asian students annually from these countries and regions: the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Scholarships for Chinese MBA Students
- Award amount: £12,000
- Eligibility: Nationals of China
- Overview: One scholarship of £12,000 is to be awarded to a student from China. The key objective of this scholarship is to provide funds to enable students from China to pursue the full-time MBA Programme at London Business School. This award will be made at the discretion of the Scholarships Committee to an outstanding candidate who, in the opinion of the committee, is a deserving scholar. The recipient of the award is expected to contribute to the School’s marketing efforts in the region.
- Application format: Candidates are considered automatically for the Chinese scholarship. You do not need to submit a separate application.
Scholarships for Chinese GRADUATE STUDENTS
- is a scholarship project targeted to citizens of Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand.
- In accordance with the EMA2 call, the objective of the EXPERTS project is to facilitate collaborations between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) from South and Southeast Asia (SSEA) and EU through the exchange of information in science and policy issues while sharing key issues of sustainable development in academic cooperation.
- offers scholarships of 3-9 months for Doctoral level studies, research and teaching at a higher education institution in Finland. The Finnish Government Scholarship Pool programme is open to young researchers from all academic fields. The scholarships can not be applied for post-Doctoral studies or research.
- The scholarships are based mainly on cultural agreements or similar arrangements between Finland and the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Mongolia, Namibia, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine.
- Submit an application if you are a prospective leader from the People’s Republic of China and, having completed your first degree (at least a Bachelor’s or comparable degree), have subsequently gained work experience and have already shown outstanding leadership potential in your career. A German Chancellor Fellowship allows you to carry out a project of your own design in cooperation with a German host you have selected.
- The programme is under the patronage of the German Chancellor and also incorporates an intensive language course in Germany, a four-week introductory seminar in Bonn and Berlin, a study trip around Germany and a final meeting in Berlin. These activities provide additional insights into the social, cultural, economic and political life of Germany.
- Candidates from all professions and disciplines, but especially individuals in the humanities, law, social sciences and economics, are eligible to apply to the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation directly. The Humboldt Foundation grants up to ten German Chancellor Fellowships annually for prospective leaders from each of the three countries named.
- The objective of the scholarship program is to promote democratic, economic and social development through supporting know-how and transfer of knowledge to advanced students within areas in which Sweden is at the forefront of academic research.
- Scholarships for study in the Netherlands in the academic year are meant for outstanding Chinese students who have completed a bachelor’s programme.
- A selection committee decides which candidates will be awarded a scholarship. Careful consideration of the many applications results in the award of 25 scholarships a year. Nuffic is responsible for managing and implementing the China Programme and acts as secretary during the selection process.
THE LI FOUNDATION OF NEW YORK FELLOWSHIP
to honour the memory of Dr Lu Gwei-djen
- A visiting Fellowship tenable at the Needham Research Institute in Cambridge, England, is offered from funds granted by the Li Foundation of New York. The objective of this fellowship is to enable a scholar from mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong or Singapore to conduct research in a subject relevant to the concerns of the Institute, i.e. the history of science, technology or medicine in China. The fellowship funding takes the form of a grant to cover essential expenses such as international travel and accommodation.
- Applications are invited from scholars who hold a PhD degree and who are employed in a full-time position in an academic institution, who may visit for up to 6 months from October 2018.
- Preference will be given to candidates under the age of 40 who have not previously spent significant periods working outside China, who have a good level of spoken English, and who will use part of their time in Cambridge on work intended for publication in a refereed Western-language academic journal.
- Chevening Scholarships are awarded to outstanding emerging leaders to pursue a one-year master’s at any UK university. The scholarship programme provides a unique opportunity for future leaders, influencers, and decision-makers from all over the world to develop professionally and academically, network extensively, experience UK culture, and build lasting positive relationships with the UK.
- A Chevening Scholarship offers financial support along with the opportunity to become part of the highly regarded and influential Chevening global network.