China Scholarship Council
Graduate Research School
There are two types of CSC Scholarship Program:
- CSC Doctoral Degree Program
- CSC Joint-Training Program
Applicants should follow the instructions below according to which scholarship they have been awarded.
CSC Doctoral Degree Program
Applications for Semester 2, 2013 Tuition Fee Scholarships (TFS) for CSC scholarship holders
Applications are now closed.
Category 1 - Applicants from OUC, SCUT, XJTU, TU & BUAA applying for UNSW Canberra campus
Applicants from Ocean University of China (OUC) who wish to apply for UNSW Canberra campus should contact Dr Hua Wang at UNSW Canberra directly. You do not need to complete steps 1-3 below.
Applicants from South China University of Technology (SCUT), Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU), Tianjin University (TU) and Beihang University (BUAA) who wish to apply for UNSW Canberra campus should contact Dr Sarah Zhang at UNSW Canberra directly. You do not need to complete steps 1-3 below.
Applicants from OUC, SCUT, XJTU, TU & BUAA wishing to apply for UNSW Kensington campus should follow the instructions outlined in Category 2 below.
Category 2 - All other applicants
All applicants in this category should do the following:
- Lodge an application for admission to UNSW. Email all required supporting documentation as per our Document Submission Guidelines*.
- Complete a UNSW Tuition Fee Scholarship application form and register it (see Related Links) by the nominated application closing date. Documentation already submitted for the admission application is not required to be submitted again for the scholarship (TFS) application*.
- Provide two academic referees with the UNSW Tuition Fee Scholarship Referee Report Form (see Related Links) and ask those referees to complete and return the form to the UNSW Graduate Research School by the nominated application closing date.
*Please note that the University English requirement does not need to be fulfilled before applying for the Tuition Fee Scholarship.
CSC Joint-Training Program
This applies to postgraduate researchers currently enrolled in a doctoral program in a Chinese partner University who plan to visit UNSW for between 6- 12 months. Candidates are expected to return to their home University in China after this joint training for their dissertation defence and degree awarding.
Applicants should visit the Professional Practicum Student Program page for more information and application instructions.