The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is offering a $10,000 Scholarship to our Project Pengyou builders, both current members and alumni!
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC) is a bilingual graduate program of international studies, jointly administered by Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University in China. Students earn a graduate certificate or master’s degree in China, advance their Mandarin language skills, and gain a multidisciplinary foundation in international affairs and China studies. All admitted students who apply by February 1 deadline receive guaranteed scholarships. Alumni (or current leaders) of the Project Pengyou Chapter Leader are eligible for the Student Leader Scholarship!
See the full list of scholarships below:
1. Student Leader Scholarship
Students who have held a leadership position in a China-related student organization on their campus or in their community are eligible for this $10,000 scholarship. Positions may include but are not limited to: Project Pengyou Chapter Leader, US-China Strong Ambassador, leadership roles in other China-related student organizations.
2. US-China Exchange Scholars Scholarship
Students who have completed a US-government sponsored Chinese language program (for example: Critical Language Scholarship, Boren Fellowship, Gilman International Scholarship) are eligible for this $10,000 scholarship.
3. Young Professionals in China Scholarship
This $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to a limited number of students who have spent at least 12 months working full-time in Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or Macao in any field.
4. International Scholar Scholarship
Full-tuition scholarship awarded to an international student (non-US citizen or dual citizen) enrolling in any of the HNC programs in Fall 2019.
5. Diversity Scholarship
This $10,000 scholarship is awarded to students who can demonstrate how they can bring their diverse backgrounds into the classroom.
To apply for all scholarships, complete the short financial aid form included with your application by the deadline of February 1. For more information and additional scholarships visit the HNC website. You can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org speak with an admissions representative.
We are truly excited and grateful for HNC’s continuing support of our Fellows and Chapter builders in their academic pursuit of China knowledge. By supporting our Pengyou Leaders, we can continue our pursuit of bridge-buiding between the United States and China in a way that is intellectually, economically and culturally impactful and beneficial to the world.