Graduate Scholarships to Study at Beijing Institute of Technology

The Beijing Institute of Technology, a longtime partner of the University of Saskatchewan is offering four year scholarships to three qualified graduate students from the U of S. Tuition for the scholarship students is free and funding for living expenses for up to four years is  provided through the China Scholarship Council in partnership with the Beijing Institute of Technology. The scholarships are open to Ph.D. applicants in all programs offered by the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT). However, students interested in the following programs can also qualify for the international airfare scholarship:

  • School of Aerospace Engineering
  • School of Mechanical Engineering
  • School of Mechtronices Engineering
  • School of Software Engineering

The International Student Center at the Beijing Institute of Technology is accepting applications from U of S students now to begin study in September 2013. Please contact Marc Usunier at for more information, or, to be considered for pre-admission. You may also contact Ms. Ying Wang, Director of the International Student Centre at BIT directly at: or