1.  How long does the program last?

Two years


2.  What does the program cost?

Tuition: 39,000RMB per year

Accidental Injury and Hospitalization Insurance: 600 RMB per year.


3.  What is the Application Deadline?

First Round: November 15, 2016 -- December 31, 2016 
Second Round: January 1, 2017 -- February 28, 2017  

4.  Are scholarships available?

Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for the Chinese Government Scholarship (CGS). Applications should be submitted to the China Scholarship Council (CSC) (Website: http://www.csc.edu.cn) through recommendation by Chinese Embassies or Consulates or relevant organizations in applicant home countries between November and April (deadlines vary by country). Applicants are recommended to identify their respective countries’ application deadlines well in advance. A certificate of conditional acceptance should be obtained from the THU Graduate Admission Office beforehand if necessary. Admission documents of Chinese Government Scholarship holders will be issued by recommending scholarship organizations (excluding scholarship holders recommended by Tsinghua University).

Applicants may also apply for the Chinese Government Scholarship with recommendation from Tsinghua University. But the number of the recommended applicants is very limited, and successful applicants are generally of remarkable merit among those who are not currently studying in China.

In addition to the Chinese Government Scholarship, applicants may choose to apply for the Beijing Government Scholarship (for master’s degree programs)/Tsinghua University Scholarship (for doctoral degree Programs), which will typically support full, half, or partial tuition.

For more detailed information about introduction and application of scholarship, please visit http://is.tsinghua.edu.cn.


5.  Where do students live and how much does housing cost?

Due to limited dormitory capacity, on-campus rooms can only be reserved for those who have successfully applied online. For Chinese Government Scholarship (full-scholarship) recipients, a dormitory on campus will be reserved by the University. Those who fail to apply for the dorm online have to find off-campus accommodation independently.

Detailed information regarding THU academic life, accommodation, student activities, visa, and residence permit application, as well as other useful information, is available at http://is.tsinghua.edu.cn


6.  What is campus life like?

A great many of your questions will be answered herehttp://is.tsinghua.edu.cn/publish/is/9269/index.html


7.  Where is the Journalism School, and where is Tsinghua University located?

Campus Map is available herehttp://wzpt.cic.tsinghua.edu.cn/publish/jcgbj/379/index.html


8.  Contact Us

GBJ Office
Room 302, Omnicom Building,
School of Journalism and Communication
Tsinghua University,
Beijing 100084, P. R. China
Tel: +86 10 6279 6842
Fax: +86 10 6277 1410
E-mail: tsjcws@tsinghua.edu.cn