- You are accepted as a PhD candidate at Erasmus University Rotterdam;
- Your obtained bachelor and master degrees are of the same field of study as your research project;
- Your bachelor and master results have been good and the quality should be reflected in the application;
- You are not older than 35 years at the start of the new academic year in the Netherlands;
- The study or research period of the scholarship must be at least 12 months;
- You meet the English language requirements:
- An average of 7.5 for IELTS or 100 for TOEFL;
- You meet the English language requirements of the foreign university;
- The International Office of the Erasmus University must be informed of your arrival.
|Level of study|
Scholarship / Grant in €
€ 1.350 per month, for a period of 48 months, covering health insurance, international airfare and living expenses.
|Deadline|| Friday, March 5th, 2021|
More details & contact
Website: Erasmus University China Center (EUCC)
Application - CSC-Scholarship for PhDs
When you have found an interesting project, please contact EUR Beijing office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an assessment by submitting the following required documents:
- CV (including your latest profile photo)
- Chinese Passport or ID
- English prove (IELTS or TOEFL)
- Bachelor degree and diploma (Notary Documents of both)
- Bachelor transcripts with Notary Document
- Master degree and diploma (Notary Documents of both)
- Master transcripts with Notary Document
- Research Proposal (min. 1000 words)
Visit the CSC-PhD programme for more detailed information on exemptions, document submission and additional requirements.
Deadline: 5 March 2021
The China Scholarship Council (CSC) is a Chinese governmental organization that grants scholarships for Chinese students that go abroad each year. This includes Chinese students who want to apply for a PhD at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
For successful applicants, Erasmus University will cover their full tuition fees and research fees. CSC will consider their application for a living allowance as prescribed from time to time by the Chinese Government (which include health insurance), a return international airfare to the Netherlands by the most economical route, and visa application fees.