Scholarship Talk with Endeavour

On March 30th, at the KY iCenter, Endeavour Consulting hosted the Scholarship Talk to provide insights on China’s scholarship and introduce a special scholarship to study in China.

Joined by honorable guest speakers who were Chinese scholarship awardees, study abroad consultants, and participants, the forum proceeded in three sections.

The first session was about experience sharing between the two speakers. The first speaker, Ms. So Thalin spoke on how to be well-prepared for the scholarship. In her session, she emphasized the source of scholarship information and the qualities that applicants need to demonstrate, such as Chinese skills in particular. Ms. Thalin concluded her session by encouraging participants to work on their Chinese skills to achieve a high level of HSK, the standard Chinese proficiency test.

The life of a foreign scholarship student was the second topic, on which Ms. Y Donyta took the stage and shared her life experience as an international student taking a scholarship offer in China. She said that it was an amazing experience as it equipped her with not only a high-quality education but also support for accommodation, expenses, health, and leisure. Some challenges, such as language barriers, were recalled, along with solutions. She also explained some misconceptions about China in general, including security and safety. Ms. Donyta ended her session by giving advice on dos and don’ts for students who plan to study in China.

Each session was followed by continuous inquiries from the audience. Then there was a 30-minute break, when all attendees enjoyed the refreshments – and participants received an instructive consultation from Endeavour’s study abroad consultants.

The third section was a panel discussion on how in-China education benefits students’ careers, joined by the two speakers and a moderator. As there are more Chinese investors in Cambodia, the speakers encouraged students to consider China as a study destination if they want to study abroad.

Ms. Donyta, who works at a recruitment company, stated that there are many job opportunities for those who have high skill sets in their profession and are able to speak Chinese—the qualities that universities in China build. Both speakers agreed that students should not expect to make money in China during their studies, especially scholarship students, as they are already funded by their scholarship provider; however, they can gain hands-on experience through study curricula, volunteer work, and internships arranged by their university. Furthermore, questions from the audience made the discussion even more fruitful.

In one forum, participants got important insights on scholarship preparation and what to do or expect during and after the study in China. Moreover, they had a walk-in consultation and a special offer on scholarship type A to study at Nanjing Institute of Technology in Nanjing, China.

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