Liaoning University of Technology Scholarship 2019 (UPDATED)

Liaoning University of Technology Scholarship 2019

The Liaoning University of Technology, formerly Liaoning Institute of Technology, is a university in Jinzhou, Liaoning province, northeast China. Founded in 1951, Liaoning University of Technology is a provincial university of higher learning, specializing in engineering, but also offering instruction in science, liberal arts, economics, and management studies. It currently has over 14,000 undergraduates and 578 postgraduates, in 20 colleges and faculties teaching 38 undergraduate and 20 post-graduate specialties. The university employs 1,278 staff, including 780 full-time teachers.

The university has exchange programs with more than 20 foreign universities, administered by its School of International Education.

Qualifications for Liaoning University of Technology

All applicants must be in good health.

Bachelor’s Degree

(1). Must be under the age of 25, a high school graduate or with equivalent qualification of 12-year education background.(2). If studying in Chinese language, passing HSK http://english.hanban.org/node_8002.htm level 4 is required.(3). If studying for an engineering degree, results of mathematics must be at least 60% of total marks.

Master’s Degree

(1). Must be under the age of 30 and have a bachelor degree.
(2). If studying in Chinese language, passing HSK http://english.hanban.org/node_8002.htm level 6 is required.
(3). If studying for an engineering degree, results of mathematics, physics and chemistry must be at least 60% of total marks.

Chinese Language Course

(1). Must be under the age of 50.(2). No other prerequisite required.

When to Apply for Liaoning University of Technology Scholarship

At our university, there is only one intake—the first Monday of September. Students, however, may apply at any time. There are two registration deadlines in a year—March 30th and September 30th. For those who come before March 30th, we provide free Chinese language classes for one semester after they finish paying the first year’s tuition for the major study.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION

(1). Bachelor’s Degree
 A copy of the first 8 full pages of your passport
 A copy of your high school graduation certificate and the transcript
A sponsorship letter from your parents or other sponsors
Bank statements for the past six months
Completed Application Form
(2). Master’s Degree
A copy of the first 8 full pages of your passport
A copy of your bachelor’s degree
A copy of your university transcript
Resume
A sponsorship letter from your parents or other sponsors
Bank statements for the past six months
Completed Application Form
(3). Chinese Language Course
A copy of the first 8 full pages of your passport
A copy of your high school graduation certificate and the transcript
Completed Application Form

Procedures

(1). Online application: Register with your email. Follow the process to submit the application

(2). Fill all the information and send all the necessary documents.

(3). After the documents are verified, we will send you a “Conditional Offer Letter” within 3 working days for bachelor’s degree and language study applicants; within 7 working days for master’s degree applicants. You can check your admission status through your account.

(4). Transfer 700 RMB application fee to our University bank account.

(5). After receiving the application fee, we will start to apply for the JW202 Form from the provincial government. It usually takes about 3 weeks to get the form back.

(6). While waiting for the JW202 Form, you need to send the first year’s tuition fee to our University bank account. You can also send this fee along with the application fee. In this way, you can save some transfer fees charged by the bank.

(7). We will send you the official Letter of Admission and JW202 Form by express mail after we receive the JW202 Form from the government and receive the first year’s tuition fee from you. A clear and valid address and a phone number must be on the Application Form.

(8). A visa can be obtained from the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in your country with the Letter of Admission and the JW202 Form.

(9). Students should come to our university one or two weeks before the deadline on the Letter of Admission. Those who are unable to come on time will lose their seat for study at LUT.

1. How many intakes are there each year?
There is only one intake each year, which usually starts on the first Monday of September.

2. When can I apply?
You can apply at any time.

3. Is it all right if I want to come to LUT early?
It is okay if you come to our university early. After you have made the complete payment for your first year of official studies, we will offer you free Chinese classes. Our spring Semester usually starts on the first Monday of March.

4. Is Chinese a required course and is there a specific requirement of Chinese level for graduation?
Yes, Chinese is a required course and you need to pass HSK level 3 to graduate. Please go to http://english.hanban.org/node_8002.htm to find the introduction to the HSK test.

5. Is there any airport pick-up service for new students?
Yes, there is. Please read our Notice of Arrival for details. We provide free airport pick-up service at Beijing airport four days a month. Should you arrive on any other days, you will be required to make your own way to the university. Should you wish to be accompanied, a fee will be charged for the service. Please read our Notice of Arrival for details.

6. Are scholarships available?
There are two kinds of scholarships for which you can apply. One is a Chinese Government Scholarship (CSC). Our University is qualified to accept students of CSC. Please go to our website for details. The other one is a University scholarship. About 30% of students are eligible for this scholarship based on academic performance.

7. Do I have to live on campus when I study at LUT? 
As a new student, you are required to live on campus for the first year. After that it is acceptable to live off campus. Make sure you inform your supervisor before you move out and bring the necessary documents to him or her before you move out.

8. Is it convenient to live on campus?
It is quite convenient. There are cafeterias on campus and many restaurants close by. Free markets, supermarkets and coffee shops are also available on and around the campus.

9. Where is the city located? And is the transportation convenient?
Our city, Jinzhou is located in western Liaoning—northeast of China, three hours by fast train from Beijing. There are two train stations, a long-distance bus station and two domestic airports. Public buses and taxies are available at all times. Transportation is very convenient.

10. Are there kitchens and washing machines available for students?
There are no kitchens or washing machines in the rooms. However, there are public kitchens in the building; and there are laundry rooms,where you can use coin operated washing machines. On and around campus, you can easily find laundry shops.

11. May I change my major after I arrive at the university?
Usually students are not allowed to change majors, so think carefully and seriously when you fill out the Application Form.

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