University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Scholarships in University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China for International Student

1. Shanghai Municipal Government Scholarship

In order to recruit more and higher level international students to study the distinguishing feature of majors, to undertake the Educational Strategy of Shanghai, to build an excellent educational environment and to make Shanghai a bigger center for international students nationwide, Shanghai government has set a special fund, i.e. "Shanghai government scholarship for international students," as an action plan, which is conducted to accelerate the development of education in Shanghai for international students.


a) Applicants must be non-Chinese nationals in good health;

b) Education background and age limit:

- Applicants for doctoral degree studies must have master's degree and be under the age of 40;

- Applicants for master degree studies must have bachelor's degree and be under the age of 35;

- Applicants for undergraduate studies must have completed senior high school and be under the age of 25.

c) Outstanding in academic study and daily performance;

d) Not been awarded any other Chinese government scholarships at the time of application;

Application Materials

a) Application Form;

b) Scan copy of highest diploma and transcripts. Both documents should be in English. Non-English certification should be attached with the notarized version in English. If applicants are high school or university students, they shall also provide studying certificates;

c) Study plan in English. Information such as basic personal information, education background, working experience, and interested research projects and research plan if were accepted as the doctoral student should be included. (Master: no less than 1000 words; Doctor: no less than 1500 words);

d) Published paper title, abstract and other certificates and materials that can attest to academic achievements and research ability;

e) Applicants for Doctorate or Master Programs must provide two letters of recommendation in English by professors or associate professors;


The final information is subject to the University If there is any discrepancy!