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Announcement on the Master’s Program of Intellectual Property Law in China

The National Office of Intellectual Property announces the Master’s program in Intellectual Property Law and the scholarship from Chinese government

Under the cooperative framework to implement the Common Initiative to Promote Cooperation with Regional Nations in Intellectual Property in China, China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) collaborated with Chinese universities to launch the Master’s Program in Intellectual Property Law and announced several scholarship awards for international students. The National Office of Intellectual Property (NOIP) was proposed by SIPO to act as the Vietnamese agency which recruits and nominates applicants for this program in the academic year of 2017-2018. NOIP respectively informs individuals/agencies who wish to apply of the program’s detailed information as follows:


Duration: 02 years

In the first year, students study in China;

In the second year, students complete and defend the dissertations via videoconference in Vietnam.

Training agencies: Students select one of the two following universities:

Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan, Hubei;

Tongji University, Shanghai.

Studying Program: Please see the attached files

Language: English


Chinese government will fund the following expense during the first academic year in China:

Tuition fee;


Monthly living expense: 3000CNY/month

Medical insurance in China

*Note: The scholarship does not cover airline tickets and other expenses.


In good health condition, under the age of 40;

At least 03-year experience in the field of intellectual property;

A bachelor degree with at least 04 academic years;

Meeting one of the following English requirements:

A TOEFL certificate (with an overall score no less than 575 for TOEFL paper based test and 90 for TOEFL internet based test) or an IELTS certificate (with an overall score no less than 6.5);

A bachelor or higher degree completed in English;

Having studied in an English-speaking country in at least 8-12 months or having worked in an English-speaking country in at least 12 months during the last 05 years.


Applicants who meet the requirements above and wish to apply, please prepare the application as follows:

The application includes:

Curriculum vitae with a passport-style photo;

Application Form for the Master’s Program in Intellectual Property in China (02 pieces following the attached template);

Scholarship Request Form (02 pieces following the attached template);

Recommendation Letter from the applicant’s employer (02 pieces);

Bachelor Degree and Academic Transcript (02 notarized pieces);

Health Certificate (following the attached template);

A copy of the applicant’s valid passport;

A study plan in China;

English certificate.

The application must be completed in English and submitted to NOIP before March 20, 2017 by post with one digital copy in PDF format sent to the following email address:

The National Office of Intellectual Property (Research and Training Center)

386 Nguyen Trai St., Thanh Xuan district, Hanoi

Tel: +84.4.3858 30 69 (ext. 4101) (please ask for Ms. Hoang Mai Chi)


After careful consideration, NOIP will select 03 qualified applications and send to the Chinese counterpart to make the final decision on 01 successful applicant for the scholarship. NOIP will announce the selection result to all applicants. Unsuccessful application files will not be returned.

(Please see the attached files for the program’s information, templates and relevant information)./.

NOIP Research and Training Center