Zhengzhou University, colloquially known in Chinese as Zhèngdà is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan, People's Republic of China. The Campus size is the tenth largest in China at 433 hectares (1,070 acres).
Zhengzhou University is on the list of National "211 Project" of key construction universities, and of "One Province, One University" of National Key Support Construction Universities, as well as of co-construction universities by Henan Province and Ministry of Education. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First Class University.
As of September 2017, Zhengzhou University is on the list (42 universities in total) of World Double First-class University Project, i.e., Chinese world wide first-class universities and first-class disciplines constructive project. As of March 2018, Zhengzhou University is on the list of Ministry-Province Co-constructed Universities Project, announced by the Chinese Ministry of Education, during the National People's Congress and the Chinese Political Consultative Conference.
To enhance international exchange & cooperation and encourage more excellent international students to study, Zhengzhou University hereby introduces "Zhengzhou University President Scholarship" (hereinafter referred to as the scholarship). The scholarship aims to sponsor international postgraduate students to pursue theirdegree, especially the doctor degree, in Zhengzhou University. The duration of scholarhip varies from 3-4 years according to duration of full time master and doctor program.
- Masters: Full or Partial tuition .
- Doctorate: Full tuition, Accommodation: CNY 750/month, Stipend: CNY 3,500/month .
- Non-Chinese citizen, physically healthy, without crime record;
- Abide by the laws and regulations of the People’s Republic of China as well as regulations of ZZU;
- Good learning attitude and academic performance;
- Requirements for applicant’s degree and age:
- Applicants for master program should have a bachelor degree or higher degree or equivalent degree, and aged less than 35 years old;
- Applicants for doctoral program should have a master’s degree or higher degree or equivalent degree, and aged less than 45 years old;
- Applicants for doctoral and master programs taught in Chinese must get HSK Level 5 scored 210 or highe in New HSK Examination;
- Applicants for pre-degree program taught in Chinese must have Level 4 scored 180 or higher in the New HSK Examination;
- Applicants for doctoral and master programs taught in English must get 6.5 or higher (or equivalent level) in IELTS if they are from non-English speaking countries;
- Applicants for doctoral and master programs taught in English must provide credentials of English level, certificate of English study and examination for instance, instead of IELTS or TOFEL score.
- Note:Applicants who have won the Chinese Government Scholarship, Confucius Institute Scholarships, scholarships of foreign authorities, scholarships of foreign enterprises, scholarships of Chinese local governments, scholarships of Chinese enterprises or all the other scholarships are not allowed to apply for this scholarship.
Applicants must fill in Application Form and submit the following supporting documents:
- Original or notarized copies of highest degree (applicants must additionally submit study certificate or employment certificate issued by the applicants' schools if the applicants are students or employed). Documents in neither Chinese nor English must be attached with a notarized Chinese or English translations;
- Applicants for master programs must provide original or notarized copies of bachelor study transcripts, and doctoral programs bachelor and master study transcripts. Documents in neither Chinese nor English must be attached with a notarized Chinese or English translations;
- Applicants for master programs must provide study plans of 800 words, and for doctoral programs must provide research proposal of 2000 words written in Chinese or English;
- Applicants for master and doctoral programs must provide two letters of recommendation from associate professors or professors respectively written in Chinese or English;
- Applicants for programs of art must submit other documents as in the requirements of ZZU;
- Officially test results of Chinese or English language;
- Original or notarized copies of Foreigner Physical Examination Form and blood test reports, filled in Chinese or English;
- Original or notarized copies of certificates of no criminal record. Documents in neither Chinese nor English must be attached with a notarized Chinese or English translations.
How To Apply:
- Visit the website for more information about the program and teaching language： http://international.zzu.edu.cn.
- Prepare all application documents as required in the list of "application documents". The deadline for PhD program submission is January 15 and June 15 for March and September intake respectively; the deadline for master program is June 15 for September intake.
- Log in on "ZZU Online Application System for International Students" to submit online applications. http://apply.zzu.edu.cn
15 January 2019