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Scholarships

The scholarship is oriented at excellent students from Confucius Institutes (Classrooms), overseas local Chinese language teachers, winners of the "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competitions for Foreign College Students and for Foreign High School Students, excellent foreign college graduates majored in Chinese and outstanding performers on HSK exams, to undertake a Master's Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages.

The scholarship winner shall begin the study in autumn 2015, and the duration of scholarship is two academic years.

The applicant should have:

  • Bachelor degree (or its equivalent)
  • A score of at least 180 on the HSK (level 5)
  • A score of at least 50 on the HSKK (intermediate level)
  • A written commitment stating that he/she will be engaged in Chinese language teaching for at least 5 years after graduation

The applicant with a specific teaching post arranged will be given admission priority (certification by the institution he/she will teach for is required). Scholar winners who passes the annual assessment with a score of at least 180 on the HSK (level 6) and a score of at least 70 on the HSKK (intermediate level) by the first-academic-year after admission is qualified for continuing the scholarship. Hanban will provide support for outstanding graduates to teach in their home countries.

The scholarship is oriented at students from Confucius Institutes in Africa and Latin America regions, who are interested in Chinese Language teaching. Time of enrollment for scholarship winners is autumn 2015, and the duration is three academic years. The applicant shall sign an agreement with the Confucius Institute or an institute he/she will teach for.

The applicant is required to have:

  • Bachelor degree (or its equivalent)
  • A score of at least 180 on the HSK (level 3)
  • A score of at least 60 on the HSKK (primary level)
      OR
  • A score of at least 180 on the BCT(A)
  • A score of at least 180 on the BCT (spoken Chinese).

Those who pass the first-academic-year assessment and score at least 180 on the HSK (level 5) and at least 50 on HSKK (medium level) can proceed with their study in China for the Master's Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages. Hanban will support graduates to teach Chinese in their home countries by recruiting them as local teachers, providing wage subsidies, etc.

The scholarship is oriented at students from Confucius Institutes in Asia (except Japan, Korea, Singapore and Israel), Latin America and Africa who are interested in Chinese Language teaching. Scholarship winners will major in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (or Chinese in the direction of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages).

Time of enrollment for scholarship winners is autumn 2015, and the duration is four academic years.

The applicant should have:

  • A high school degree or above
  • A score of no less than 180 on the HSK (level 3)
  • At least a score of 40 in HSKK (intermediate level)
    • OR
  • A score of at least 180 on the BCT(A)
  • A score of at least 220 on the BCT (spoken Chinese)

Students who pass the first-academic-year assessment with a score of at least 180 on the HSK (level 5) and at least 50 on the HSKK (intermediate level) are entitled to continue to receive the scholarship in the following year

The scholarship is oriented at outstanding students from Confucius Institutes (Classrooms), overseas local Chinese language teachers, winners of the "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competitions for Foreign College Students and for Foreign High School students, excellent foreign college students majored in Chinese, outstanding performers on the HSK and those who inted to become Chinese teachers. The scholarship winner may choose to study in majors including Chinese Language and Literature, Chinese History and Chinese Philosophy.

Time of entrance is autumn 2015, and the grant term is one academic year with the training target for HSK level 5 and HSKK intermediate level.

The applicant should:

  • Achieve a score of at least 180 on the HSK (level 3)
  • Achieve a score of at least 60 on the HSKK (primary level)
    • OR
  • 180 on the BCT(A) and
  • 180 on the BCT (spoken Chinese)

The scholarship is oriented at excellent students of Confucius Institutes (Classrooms), winners of the "Chinese Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competitions for Foreign College Students and for Foreign High School Students, overseas local Chinese language teachers, excellent foreign college students majored in Chinese and outstanding performers on the HSK. The scholarship winner may choose to study in majors including Chinese language and literature, Chinese history and Chinese philosophy.

Time of entrance is autumn 2015 or spring 2016 and the grant term is one semester with the training target for HSK level 4 and HSKK intermediate level.

The applicant should:

  • Achieve a score of at least 120 on the HSK (level 2)
  • Achieve a score of at least 40 on the HSKK (primary level)
    • OR
  • A score of at least 100 on the BCT(A)
  • A score of at least 120 on the BCT (spoken Chinese)

Confucius Institute

Physical Address:
851 Campus Drive
Administration Building, Room 328
Moscow, Idaho 83844

Mailing Address:
Confucius Institute
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3179
Moscow, ID 83844-3179

Phone: 208-885-7110

Fax: 208-885-5221

Email: confucius@uidaho.edu

Web: Confucius Institute

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Physical Address:
Idaho Water Center, Suite 442
322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Phone: 208-364-4054

Email: confuciusboise@uidaho.edu

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