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Open Call for Government of the People’s Republic of China Scholarships in the Dominican Republic

Open Call for Government of the People’s Republic of China Scholarships in the Dominican Republic

It is announced that the opportunity to apply for the China Government Scholarship program is now open, allowing graduates from universities in the Dominican Republic to pursue their postgraduate studies each year.

Through this program, graduates can pursue academic programs as diverse as International Trade, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, and various Engineering disciplines at world-renowned universities within the Chinese Higher Education system.

Where to Apply

The application deadline for the Chinese Government Scholarship is open. The online application and corresponding documents must be submitted to the receiving agency.

For more information, you can visit www.campuschina.org.


– Be a citizen of a country other than the People’s Republic of China and be in good mental and physical health.
– Be a high school graduate under the age of 25 when applying for undergraduate programs.
– Hold a bachelor’s degree and be under 35 years old when applying for a master’s program.
– Be under 40 years old when applying for a doctoral program.
– Hold at least a bachelor’s degree and be under 45 years old when applying for general scholarship programs.
– Hold a master’s degree or associate professorship (or higher) and be under 50 years old when applying for a senior scholar program.
– Have acquired Chinese language proficiency at HSK Level 3 when applying for university studies or general scholarships in Chinese (Chinese language study is exempt).
– Have acquired HSK Level 3 in Chinese when applying for high-level scholar programs taught in Chinese.
– Have acquired HSK Level 4 in Chinese when applying for master’s or doctoral programs taught in Chinese.
– Meet the admission requirements of the applicant universities regarding academic ability, language proficiency, and other relevant criteria.

Application Documents

– Chinese Government Scholarship application form (in Chinese or English).

– Copy of the passport information page: The applicant must submit a clear scanned copy of their ordinary passport valid after March 1, 2024.

– Notarized highest diploma: Prospective diploma winners must submit an official proof of student status from their current school.
Documents in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized translations into Chinese or English.

– Academic transcripts: Academic transcripts in languages other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized translations into Chinese or English.

– Language proficiency certificates: Applicants for programs taught in Chinese must submit valid HSK reports according to the corresponding Chinese language proficiency requirements. Applicants for programs taught in other languages must submit relevant language proficiency certificates according to the universities’ requirements, such as IELTS or TOEFL reports.

– Admission letters: To apply for master’s and doctoral degrees or as general and senior scholars, applicants must submit admission documents issued by the applicant universities. Admission documents include admission notice, pre-admission letter, invitation from professors, etc. Applicants with admission documents will have priority for the Chinese Government Scholarship.

– Study plan or research proposal in Chinese or English. (Minimum of 200 words for undergraduate students, 500 words for non-degree students, and 800 words for postgraduates).

– Recommendation letters: Applicants for postgraduate programs or senior scholars must submit two recommendation letters in Chinese or English from professors or associate professors.

– Artwork sample. To apply for art or design-related majors, applicants may submit their own works through “Artwork Sample/Other Supporting Documents” in the system. Applicants can also provide such materials directly to the applicant universities in other ways.

– Applicants under the age of 18 must submit valid documents from their legal guardians in China.

– Applicants planning to stay in China for more than 6 months must provide a photocopy of the completed Physical Examination Record for Foreigners in English (the applicant must retain the original copy. The form is designed by the Chinese quarantine authority and can be obtained from the issuing authority. Physical examinations must cover all items listed on the Physical Examination Form for Foreigners. Incomplete records or those lacking the attending physician’s signature, official hospital seal, or sealed photograph of the applicants are not valid. Please select the appropriate time to undergo the physical examination, as the result is only valid for 6 months.
– Non-criminal record report. The applicant must submit a valid non-criminal record certificate issued by the local public security authority, usually issued within the 6 months prior to the date of application submission.

For further information and additional guidance, you can contact our academic team at the Mandarin Centers Institute headquarters in the Dominican Republic.