HEIs and specialties:
Applicants for BGS can choose institutions and majors from HEIs in Beijing. Please consult HEIs in Beijing for details.
Selection, notification and review:
The committee in relevant HEIs will assess all the applications. HEIs will send the Scholarship Admission Notice, Admission Notice and Visa Application Form for Study in China (JW201) to the candidates three months before the study begins.
The applications will be regarded as invalid and will not be accepted if applicants fail to meet the eligibility or the application materials are incomplete.
The host institutions will make a yearly review on the scholarship students’ performances. If the scholarship students violate the law of China or regulations of the host institutions, or the rules of BGS, the scholarship will be terminated.
Upon graduation, scholarship students will be reviewed in a comprehensive way, and the result will be submitted to the office of Beijing Government Scholarship Management Team.
Visa application and registration
a. Visa application
Students under BGS should apply for visa to study in China at the Chinese embassy or consulate-general with the original documents and one set of photocopies of the Admission Notice, Visa Application for Study in China (JW201) and Foreigner Physical Examination Form and valid passport. Those who will study in China for 6 months or above shall apply for “X” visa; and those who will study in China less than 6 months shall apply for “F”visa. The scholarship students must come to China and register with institutions with the original copies of the above mentioned documents. Students who come to China with other types of passports, visas or without the original documents will not be able to register with institutions.
Scholarship students must register with the institutions within the set time with original Admission Notice. If the scholarship is not sufficient to cover the tuition fee, the rest should be on the students’ own expanse.
Scholarship students who are unable to register on time must obtain permission from the institution. Those who fail to register without the prior consent from the institution will be considered as voluntarily giving up the scholarship and the scholarship will be automatically terminated. Cost generated by students’ early arrivals should be covered by students themselves.