Yenching Scholars Program in China Studies
The Yenching Academy of Peking University offers a scholarship to pursue an interdisciplinary Master’s degree in China Studies. The subjects that can be studied will range across the humanities and social sciences as they pertain to China, as well as international relations, law and business management.
15 Aug 2022
8 Nov 2022
How to apply
College fee remission
Full benefit details
Australian / domestic student
100% fee remission
Applicable study areas
All study areas
Number of scholarships awarded
What are the benefits?
Yenching Scholars receive a scholarship to cover the cost of tuition, accommodation in the residential college and living expenses.
The Yenching Academy program is two years in duration. Fellowships for students are initially for twelve months, during which they complete their coursework and may write their theses.
All Yenching scholars are required to live on campus during the first academic year. During the second academic year, it is compulsory for the Chinese students (including those from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan) to continue staying in Beijing, while international students can choose whether or not to stay in Beijing to complete thesis writing and the defense. Students who maintained a good academic standing and continued to live in Beijing can apply for the second-year Yenching Fellowship. Furthermore, second-year students who choose to live on campus and serve in student assistantship roles can receive additional funding support.
Detailed information about the Yenching Scholars Program, including the curriculum is available from the Yenching Academy website.
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