Scholarship

Currently, Tsinghua University offers four kinds of scholarships to the international students: Chinese Government Scholarship, Beijing Government Scholarship, Tsinghua University Scholarship, and Confucius Institute Scholarship. The Chinese Government Scholarship is mostly full scholarship and open to both the degree program students (undergraduate and graduate) and the visiting/exchange students. The Beijing Government Scholarship and Tsinghua University Scholarship are tuition scholarships and open to the degree program students.

Chinese Government Scholarship

The Chinese Government Scholarship (CGS) scheme provides full scholarship and partial scholarship to the international students studying in China. Full scholarships cover tuition, accommodation, living allowance and medical insurance, etc. Partial scholarships cover some proportions of tuition, accommodation, living allowance and medical insurance.

Beijing Government Scholarship

The Beijing Government Scholarship (BGS) is established by Beijing Municipal Government to attract and support excellent International students to study in Beijing. It is used to cover the tuition fees fully or partially, and needs to be applied year by year. At Tsinghua University, the Beijing Government Scholarship is open only to the undergraduates and Master's students.

Tsinghua University Scholarship

The Tsinghua University Scholarship (TUS) is established by Tsinghua University to encourage and support excellent International students to study at Tsinghua University. The Scholarship is used to cover tuition fees fully or partially, and needs to be applied year by year. Since 2011, the Scholarship is open only to the doctoral students.

Confucius Institute Scholarship

The Confucius Institute Scholarship is established by the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) to encourage and support International students to study Chinese language and culture in China. Tsinghua University is authorized by Hanban to enroll the Confucius Institute Scholarship students who will be studying Chinese language in China for one semester or one year. The Scholarship application should be recommended by the Confucius Institute or the Education Section of Chinese Embassies in the applicant's home country.