University of Hull
University of Hull

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University of Hull  Ranking

52

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University of Hull  Location

North England

University of Hull

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University Ranking

52

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North England

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China Scholarship Council PhD Scholarships
Scholarship Name China Scholarship Council PhD Scholarships
Academic Year 2023
Nationality Any
Scholarship Deadline 10 February 2023

The University of Hull has a long history of participating in the China Scholarship Council (CSC) scheme, which provides funding to Chinese nationals for a range of PhD programmes. We are also an official CSC partner.

The CSC PhD scholarship programme enables talented Chinese students to undertake a PhD programme at the University of Hull, building on Hull’s strong relationship with China. There are 10 full scholarships per year available for students to start a PhD.

Each scholarship covers:

If you are successful in your application for the CSC scholarship, you will receive the following funding:

  • The University of Hull will cover 100% of tuition fees during your PhD study, which is three years in length.

  • You may enter a writing-up period at the end of the three years. The University of Hull will cover the fees during this period, but your scholarship from CSC will not usually cover you during the writing-up year (4th year).

  • The China Scholarship Council will provide living allowance for three years, a return international airfare between China and the UK and funding to cover passport and visa fees.

Research at the University of Hull is groundbreaking in a number of areas, particularly Net Zero, Health, Social Justice, Flooding and Creative Industries

Eligibility

  • Chinese students with a strong academic background.

  • Students must hold a PR Chinese passport (applicants from Hong Kong or Taiwan are not eligible). Applicants can either be resident in China at the time of application or studying overseas.

  • Students with prior experience of studying overseas (including in the UK) are eligible to apply.

  • Successful scholarship applicants are required to return to China for a period of two years after completing their PhD.

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