The Belt and Road Scholarship is designed exclusively for students from the Belt and Road Partner Countries to study in China on scholarships in the spirit of expanding cultural diversity and promoting the internationalization of education. Under the People's Republic of China's Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road Initiative, the Belt and Road Scholarship came into being on March 28th, 2015, offering more than 10,000 shcoarship
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1. GPA 2.5+
2. Undergraduate Transcript (Original & English Version)
3. Undergraduate Diploma (Original & English Version)
5. 2-inch colored photo
6. Bank Statement (Original & English Version)
7. Medical Examination Report
8. Certificate of Non-Criminal Record (Original & English Version)
9. 2 Recommendation Letters (From Professor & in English)
Location: Chengdu & E’mei/Sichuan Province
Ranking in China: 49 among over 2000 universities in China
Southwest Jiaotong University (SWJTU) was founded in 1896 and is one of China’s oldest higher education institutions. Known as the cradle of China’s railway engineers and “the Cornell of the East”, SWJTU is the birthplace of China’s modern education in transportation, mining & metallurgy and civil engineering.
Thus far, the number of graduates from the university has reached nearly 300,000.
The university has a total area of approximately 333 hectares and has three campuses. They are the Jiuli campus, the Xipu campus and the E’mei campus which is located in the E’mei Mountain Scenic Area, a famous tourist destination included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
SWJTU is a premier engineering university and is on the list of China’s first batch of 211 Project universities. The university focuses on a balanced development of multidisciplinary subjects of engineering, science, business management, finance, arts and law. It is one of China’s top universities with a government ratified Graduate School under the direct administration of the Ministry of Education.
Today’s SWJTU is situated in Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan province. The city is dubbed as the land of abundance, the homeland of the giant panda and the place of fortune and success.
The region is the natural habitat of the giant panda. While rarely seen in the wild, Chengdu’s panda research and breeding centres offer the chance to see the elusive creatures.
Sichuan is also well known for its flaming hot pot