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2021-2022 Chinese Government Scholarship Program Harbin Institute of Technology

Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) was established in 1920 in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. In 1954, HIT became one of China’s first six leading universities. Presently HIT is a member of China’s top nine University Union (C9). It is a National Key University with science and engineering as its core and has developed to include management, liberal arts, economy, law and other disciplines. In the US News ranking for the Best Global Universities for Engineering, HIT ranked No.2 in China and No.6 globally.

For international students out of China only who want to study master or PhD degree can apply for HIT Independent Recruitment Program. HIT Independent Recruitment Program covers tuition fee, accommodation fee, stipend and insurance fee. It is one of the programs of Chinese Government Scholarship (hereinafter referred to as CSC scholarship) and assigned from Ministry of Education (hereinafter referred to as MOE) to the university to recruit outstanding international students. Applicants need to submit the application materials according to school requirements. HIT will select the best applicants and recommend to the China Scholarship Council.

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Chinese Government Scholarship of Northeast Agricultural University

Northeast Agricultural University, founded in Harbin in 1948 and originally named Northeast Agricultural College, is a key university directly under Heilongjiang province and one of universities of Project “211”. It is located in No.59 Mucai Street, XiangFang District, Harbin.

NEAU comprises 18 colleges and 1 Education Department, covering the disciplines of Agronomy, Engineering, Science, Economics and Management. There are 3 key disciplines of national level, 3 key (under cultivation) disciplines of national level, 2 key disciplines under the Agricultural Ministry, 2 key disciplines of provincial level, 6 first-class provincial key disciplines and 29 second–class ones.

NEAU is entitled to verify the proficiency of the professors, associate professors and PhD tutors. It has a balanced teaching structure and relatively high overall teaching level with 1097 full-time teachers, among which there are 195 professors and 256 associate professors, and 418 have Master’s Degree and 326 own Doctoral Degree. Among the teachers, one is Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, and one of them was awarded “HeLiangHeLi Fund” prize for progress in Science and Technology. There are 1 national outstanding teacher, 8 “Longjiang Scholars” engaged professors, 3 guest professors, 13 teachers awarded HuoYingDong Teacher Fund and Youth Teacher Prize, 3 nominated teachers as experts making outstanding contributions and 161 PhD tutors.

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Master program at Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto, Japan

There are a number of challenges that East Asia must address if it is to maintain its economic role as one of the leaders of the world. These include challenges relating to environmental stability, food and energy supplies, uneven development between agricultural and industrial sectors, widening income disparities and aging populations and accountability of government and business sectors. Human resource development is crucial in meeting these developmental challenges.

The programme is designed to provide international students with both advanced academic knowledge and practical skills. The master’s program offers both basic and advanced subject through which students can enjoy a comprehensive curriculum.

In addition to classes designed specifically for this programme, students will participate in selected subjects at the Graduate School of Economics as well as other graduate schools. In an international setting, students develop their academic knowledge and practical skills. They also benefit from many opportunities to conduct field research at diverse sites such as large manufacturing plants and small factories, cutting-edge businesses and rural farming communities throughout East Asia so that students can develop a multidisciplinary and critical sense of reality. These are all needed to contribute to sustainable development in East Asia as academic researchers, government officials, or social entrepreneurs.

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The University of Hong Kong

HKU offers 41 undergraduate programmes across 10 faculties, covering more than 100 major areas of study. We aim to provide students with a broad-based education across different disciplines with a global perspective, in order to develop students’ intellectual and personal strengths. We expect the best out of our students, who are among the top achievers in their schools and often their countries.
HKU consistently receives the highest number of awards of any University Grants Committee-funded institution (UGC) in Hong Kong. Students have the opportunity to conduct research internships in the laboratories of HKU professors, 114 of whom have been ranked among the World’s top 1% of scientists by Clarivate Analytics. Among the 114 HKU scientists, 15 of them are named in the list of ‘Highly Cited Researchers’ as among the world’s top researchers whose work have been highly cited by their fellow academics and are hence making a significant impact on ongoing research in their respective fields.

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The Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program (SIFP)

The Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program offers opportunities for independent research or study related to Smithsonian collections, facilities, and/or research interests of the Institution and its staff. Fellowships are offered to graduate students, predoctoral students, and postdoctoral and senior investigators to conduct independent research and to utilize the resources of the Institution with members of the Smithsonian professional research staff serving as advisors and hosts. These fellowships are offered through the Smithsonian’s Office of Fellowships and Internships, and are administered under the charter of the Institution, 20 U.S. Code section 41 et seq.

Applicants who wish to conduct research at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) should go here as SAO application requirements and deadlines may be different.

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Belgium Government Scholarship for Masters and Training Programmes

National of a developing country? Do you have a master’s degree?

Do you have professional experience and want to deepen your skills in a development-related topic?

The ARES master’s and internship grants offer you the opportunity to follow a one-year specialization master’s degree or an advanced training course of between 4 and 6 months in an establishment of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation in Belgium.

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