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University of Nottingham Ningbo Scholarships for International Students in China

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University of Nottingham Ningbo Scholarships for International Students in China

University of Nottingham Ningbo Scholarships for International Students in China

Applications are invited for University of Nottingham Ningbo Scholarships in China. Applications are open for international students to pursue PhD for the 2018-19 academic year.

The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.

Deadline : 13 April 2018
Study in : China
Providers : University of Nottingham Ningbo
Course Level : PhD
Field of Study : All Subjects

Benefits of University of Nottingham Ningbo Scholarships:

  • The available PhD scholarships cover:
  • Tuition fee
  • on-campus accommodation for a PhD candidate only (accommodation type is based on availability)
  • Monthly stipend (RMB3,500)
  • Medical insurance with designate providers
  • All above items are covered for up to 36 months based on satisfactory progression
  • All regulations set out in the UNNC PGR Scholarship Policy apply to this scholarship

In addition to the above scholarship, successful candidates also have the opportunity to carry out paid teaching or research assistant duties at UNNC.

Eligibility for University of Nottingham Ningbo Scholarships: 

Eligible Countries: International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship.

Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:

  • Applicants must have a first class honours undergraduate degree or 65% and above for a Masters’ degree from a British university or the equivalent from other institutions
  • Applicants must meet the required English language proficiency for the relevant subject area
  • More details can be found on the ‘ entry requirements’ page of the website

English Language Requirements: Applicants must meet the required English language proficiency for the relevant subject area. Students whose first language is not English or their entry qualifications were not obtained from a country/region where English is the native language, are required to provide satisfactory evidence of their proficiency in English.

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