Chinese Culture Studies Programme for Global Young Scholars 2021

Hosted by Beijing Normal University, this online programme is aimed at outstanding young scholars from overseas with an academic interest in Chinese culture.

Dates: 29 November – 3 December 2021
Location: Online live webcast for global applicants
Theme: The idea of communality in the perspective of Chinese philosophy
Application deadline: Monday 15 November 2021
Fee: Free

Beijing Normal University will host the Chinese Culture Studies Programme for Global Young Scholars 2021 - The International Sinology Youth Workshop. The theme of this year’s programme is "The idea of communality in the perspective of Chinese philosophy".

This programme is hosted by the International Confucian Association, Beijing Normal University (BNU) and organised by the School of Philosophy and Research Center for Value and Culture at BNU. It is designed to support outstanding young scholars overseas who are engaged in related research or are undertaking China Studies programmes at university.

To bring the abundant resources of the International Confucian Association into full play, a number of their experts and scholars with diverse knowledge backgrounds, academic perspectives and instruction styles will teach for the programme through various forms such as academic lectures, reading guides, theme discussions, tutor guidance, and student presentations. This programme aims to help participants broaden their academic horizons, improve their academic level, promote international academic exchanges and cooperation, and promote the in-depth understandings of the new generation of research scholars in traditional Chinese thought and culture.

Eligibility

Participants should be mainly overseas outstanding young scholars engaged in related research and young international students from relevant domestic universities, to apply the condition you need to be non-Chinese citizens under the age of 40. We also expect participants to have a strong academic interest in Chinese traditional culture and contemporary Chinese society, and have a certain understanding and grasp of Chinese philosophy, history, literature, etc. We also look forward to the participants caring about public affairs and willing to contribute to the intercultural communication and cooperation between China and foreign countries.

How to apply

Applicants who are interested in this program must send their application form and other required materials (stated in attached brochure) via email to fuhualai@bnu.edu.cn. Please title the email with: [CCSP+Current University+English name+Chinese name]

If you have any questions or for further information please contact fuhualai@bnu.edu.cn.