Scholarship to attend the 2-year Master of China Studies Program at Zhejiang University

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been invited to nominate up to 2 candidates for a full tuition scholarship for the 2-year Master of China Studies Program at Zhejiang University to start in fall 2022.

The program at the Zhejiang International Business Schoool is designed to foster professional knowledge of China’s economy, financial markets, corporate management, culture, and society, delivering a profound and integrated vision of China with a global perspective. It provides opportunities for students to gain exposure to the business climate of the Shanghai-Hangzhou Yangtze River Delta Area, combining business studies with an exposure to Chinese business and international management culture. Students will benefit from internships as well as corporate mentors from global enterprises and leading Chinese companies. Through the Chinese language course offered during the program, students will obtain proficiency in Mandarin.

Previous Chinese language or business study is NOT a requirement for participation though an interest in both is fundamental. Zhejiang is interested in students from across the disciplines.

You can download a detailed brochure about the program as well as an information flyer AND a nomination form here and you can view an online campus tour at

Students interested in learning more about the program can also contact Mark Lilleleht at

The campus deadline for submitting applications is 10am on Wednesday, April 27, 2022.

Applicants should submit the following to by April 27, 10am:

  • completed nomination form
  • copy of  your UW transcript
  • brief (2 page maximum) CV
  • 250-word (approximately) statement indicating why you are interested in the program and why it’s one you wish to pursue now

It’s a short application period but the program is a new one to campus and could be a real exciting opportunity for the right student! The UW-Madison has an existing relationship with Zhejiang University and we would like to be able to build out this opportunity for more students in the years ahead.