China Council Scholarships 2018
The School of Business and Management (SBM) is delighted to be able to offer the China Council Scholarhship (CSC) scholarships for entry in September 2018.
We welcome applications in the following subject areas: Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Employment Relations, Equality and Diversity, Human Resource Management, Management & Organization Studies, Public Management, Supply Chain Management, Strategic Management, Monetary and Macroeconomics, Labour Economics, Public Economics, Information Management, International Business and Leadership.
8 January 2018
The School of Business and Management's research strategy since its inception has been to sustain and enhance a distinctive research profile and ensure a supportive and intellectually challenging business and management research culture emphasising the interconnected nature of:
- The economic, societal and historical contexts,
- Social justice issues in business and management, and
- Networks and governance in the private, public and third sectors.
For more information on the School’s research see; http://www.busman.qmul.ac.uk/research/index.html
The research proposals submitted by applicants should normally fit at least one of the School’s centres/groups. There are currently nine research centres and groups associated with the School of Business and Management:
- Behavioural Finance Working Group (BFWG)
- Business Ecosystems Research Group (BERG)
- Accounting & Accountability Research Group (AARG)
- Centre for Globalisation Research (CGR)
- Centre for Research in Equality and Diversity (CRED)
- Centre on Labour and Global Production (CLGP)
- Marketing Interactions & Consumer Behaviour Group (MICBG)
- Public Management and Regulation Cluster (PMR)
- Borderlines: Action Research Cluster in Creative and Cultural Economies (BARCCE)
Candidates must specify which research group they wish to join and identify potential supervisor(s) on their application form. Candidates are encouraged to discuss their research proposal with a member of academic staff specialising in their research area.
- Full tuition fee scholarship (in the form of fee waiver) for up to three years.
- Living allowance as prescribed by the Chinese Government for the term of the scholarship.
- One return airfare between China and London by the most economical route.
Please note that the tuition fee scholarship will be provided by Queen Mary while the other listed benefits will be provided by the China Scholarship Council.
The CSC accepts applications from Chinese nationals (PRC only, not Hong Kong or Taiwan) with an offer of a place for a research degree in the UK. Chinese students already in the UK can apply, and as of 2015 continuing students (e.g. those going into the 2nd year of a PhD) are also eligible to apply.
Application for the Queen Mary/China Scholarship Council Joint PhD Scholarship is a two-step process.
Step 1: Apply for Admission to the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary
- Apply to Queen Mary for admission as a postgraduate research student at the School of Business and Management by completing the online application form. For further details and how to apply visit; http://www.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduate/research/funding_phd/international-scholarships/china-scholarship-council-co-funded-scholarships/ and refer to the School’s web pages: http://www.busman.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduate/phd-programme/
- To ensure that applicants for the Queen Mary CSC Scholarship are identified and given priority for the processing of their application, all applicants for this scheme must send an email to email@example.com stating the student application number and identifying themselves as CSC applicants as soon as they have completed the online application form.
- The application closes on
Step 2: Apply for the China Scholarship Council Scholarship
Applicants should refer to the China Scholarship Council website at www.csc.edu.cn for details on how to apply for the CSC scholarship. The CSC accepts applications between
The School of Business and Management is committed to appointing only the very best candidates to its PhD programme. To apply you will normally have a first degree with first class honors (or equivalent) and a Master's degree at distinction level, in business/management or a discipline related to your research topic. Borderline cases will be considered individually. We do not normally accept an MBA. Relevant experience is also taken into account. Applicants are required to have an IELTS overall score of 7, a minimum score of 6.5 in writing at the time of application.
Our PhD Program is highly competitive and for research studentships all applicants will be judged according to the same criteria, namely: record of academic and/or professional achievement; quality of their research proposal; and compatibility with the research interests and expertise in the school.
Queen Mary University of London is committed to the provision of equality of opportunity for all its students and staff. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of their race and ethnicity, sex, parental status, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation and gender identity, or age.
Further Details and Application Process
Candidates are strongly encouraged to discuss their research proposal with a member of academic staff specialising in their research area. Details of academic staff and their research interests can be found on the School website (http://www.busman.qmul.ac.uk/staff/academic/).
For further details and how to apply please visit:
General enquiries should be addressed to the School of Business and Management PhD Administrator, Saima Ahmed (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The closing date for applications is 31st January 2018, 17.00 GMT. All short-listed applicants will be interviewed shortly after the closing date (either face-to-face or, in the case of overseas candidates, by Skype or telephone).