Study in China Scholarships

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Study in China is now possible for Jamaican students residing in Jamaica for the past five (5) years through the Ministry of Finance’s Scholarship and Assistance Unit – administered Chinese scholarship program.

Scholarships Tenable in China

Applications are invited from interested persons wishing to pursue studies leading to a Bachelor’s {4-7 years}, Master’s {2-5 years} or Doctoral {3-6 years} degree in recommended Universities in China commencing September 2016.


Agriculture, Science, Engineering, Medicine, Economics, Management, Education, History, Literature, Philosophy and Arts


Candidates should:

  • Be a Jamaican citizen, and be in good health (present medical certificate-see below)
  • Be a high school graduate under the age of 25 when applying for undergraduate programs;
  • Be a bachelors degree holder under the age of 35 when applying for masters program;
  • Be a masters degree holder under the age of 40 when applying for doctoral programs;
  • Complete online application {see below}- Agency Number is – 3881
  • Submit certified copy of highest diploma in the field related to the chosen field of study
  • Submit an official, sealed copy of study or research plan
  • Submit certified copy of academic certificates
  • Submit one {1} passport sized photograph
  • Have a valid passport and US visa
  • Submit a curriculum vitae

Benefit Package

  • Return Airfare
  • Tuition
  • A monthly stipend
  • Accommodation and meals, medical care and study materials covered by the Chinese Government

About China’s Education System

Study in China is now open to Jamaican students! Anyone who studies the 30-year development of China’s education is likely to be surprised by its stunning scale and remarkable pace. An open, inclusive, and vigorous society is the prerequisite that ensures the accelerated growth of an education system and one that can facilitate a study in China program. During the last three decades education has transformed the nation and Chinese society.

In the space of thirty years, China’s education system has transformed from one accessible to an elite to one accessible by the masses. For instance, the higher education entrance rate in 1980s was less than four percent. In 2002, the figure had reached fifteen percent, an internationally recognized mark that signaled a new stage of China’s education development: mass education. By 2013 the rate had soared to 35%.

Review the following full China scholarship list and application details HERE:



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