OPPORTUNITY: New Scholarships for the Hopkins Nanjing Center – Apply Before Feb. 1st

by Project Pengyou on December 19th, 2016   793 views

We are thrilled to inform all our Pengyous that the Hopkins Nanjing Center (HNC) will be offering several new scholarships and fellowships towards their programs. HNC is the oldest U.S.-China study center with a prominent network of alumni that seeks to promote constructive relations between the U.S. and China.Based at Nanjing University, students at HNC take […]

We are thrilled to inform all our Pengyous that the Hopkins Nanjing Center (HNC) will be offering several new scholarships and fellowships towards their programs.

HNC is the oldest U.S.-China study center with a prominent network of alumni that seeks to promote constructive relations between the U.S. and China.Based at Nanjing University, students at HNC take graduate level courses in Chinese alongside their Chinese peers (who take their classes in English). We have had the pleasure of collaborating with HNC several times over the years and firmly believe it is a truly special program.

If you are looking for a way to jumpstart a China-related career, build a network in China, and achieve excellent language and cultural fluency, look no further.

Apply before February 1st, and don’t miss out on these great opportunities!

 


1. Guaranteed Fellowships

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center has a financial aid budget to support students who have both financial need and academic merit. Fellowships covering differing levels of need are available to incoming students. 100% of HNC students who apply for financial aid before the February 1 deadline will receive a fellowship, regardless of their program choice. The HNC also has a limited number of full tuition fellowships available.

Apply by February 1st to receive a fellowship!

2. Future Leader Fellowship for MAIS Students

Thanks to the generosity of HNC alumni and donors, we are able to offer guaranteed Future Leader Fellowships to incoming MAIS students in the amount of $10,000 per year of study. Fellowship awardees are also eligible for additional HNC funding based on need, merit and availability.

Amount: $10,000 per each year of study
Program: MAIS students only

3. International Scholar Fellowship

This fellowship will be awarded to an international student (non-US citizen or dual citizen) enrolling in the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in the Fall of 2017.

Amount: Full-tuition fellowship; MAIS students who maintain a GPA of 3.4 or higher will be considered for renewal
Program: Open to all HNC programs; students enrolled in the HNC Certificate/Johns Hopkins SAIS MA will receive full tuition funding for the Certificate portion of the program only.

4. Student Ambassador Fellowship

This fellowship will be awarded to a student who has successfully completed one year in the US-China Strong Ambassador Program by the time of enrollment at the HNC. Fellowship awardees are also eligible for additional HNC funding based on need, merit and availability.

Amount: $10,000 for one year of study; awardees who maintain a GPA of 3.4 or higher will be considered for renewal of the fellowship
Program: Open to all HNC programs

5. US-China Exchange Scholars Fellowship

Students who have successfully completed a US government-supported Chinese language study program that includes a minimum of 8 weeks of study in China prior to the time of enrollment will be considered for this fellowship. Fellowship awardees are also eligible for additional HNC funding based on need, merit and availability.

Amount: $10,000 for one year of study; awardees who maintain a GPA of 3.4 or higher will be considered for renewal of the fellowship
Program: Open to all HNC programs

Eligible US government-supported programs include, but are not necessarily limited to:

  • Chinese Language Flagship Program
  • Boren Award for International Study
  • Critical Language Scholarship Program
  • Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship
  • Fulbright Awardee for study or research in China
  • Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
  • National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y)
  • Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship

 

 

Find out more about these opportunities or read more about the Hopkins Nanjing Center for Chinese and American studies online.


About HNC

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies, founded in 1986 in Nanjing, offers a unique bilingual and multinational learning environment at the graduate level, focused on international economics, politics, law and environmental issues. Its alumni community now has more than 2,600 graduates, employed across the full spectrum of China’s global relations. The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is an educational collaboration between the Nanjing University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.


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