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framework of the UNESCO Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme, the Government of
the People’s Republic of China has renewed in January 2012, the offer of twenty-five (25)
fellowships for advanced studies in varied subjects for the benefit of certain Member
States (see Annex No. I).
students wishing to pursue non-degree post-graduate studies for one year at Chinese
universities. Candidatures (a maximum of two) should be submitted as prescribed on the
application form, to enable the authorities of the donor government to select the twentyfive
(25) most deserving candidates. Given that UNESCO grants priority to gender
equality, special attention will be given to women’s candidatures. Owing to the limited
number of fellowships available, only candidates having exceptional merit and excellent
potential will be considered under this co-sponsored programme.
qualifications, the facilities offered, the general conditions governing the award of
fellowships as well as the procedure for the submission of applications.
We would be most grateful if you could address the submission of candidatures (in
triplicate) to the attention of: Ali Zaid, Chief of the Fellowships Programme Section,
UNESCO, 7, place de Fontenoy – 75352 Paris 07 SP (France), by 30 March 2012 at the
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