Financial Resources for Current Students
Various forms of financial assistance are available for students in College of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering. Admission to HNU does not imply financial support. As a consequence of not being able to guarantee funding for all students, the College of CSEE stresses to all applicants.
Thesis-based students are encouraged to apply for Graduate Fellowships and present papers at major conferences, for which HNU supplies some funding.
Visit Scholarships & Awards http://www.hnu.edu.cn/html/zhaoshengjiuye/benkeshengzhaosheng/zizhuyujiangxuejin/zuxuejin/ for information regarding scholarships.
Teaching Assistantship (TA) positions are posted on the College of CSEE official page as vacancies come available.
Teaching Assistantships: are available for graduate students. TA's are responsible for assigned instruction of undergraduate students, usually in a classroom or laboratory setting under the direction of a faculty member. Wages are set by a collective agreement between the College Support. TA appointments are normally advertised 1 month prior to the start of each term.
Many faculty members are able to offer Research Assistantships to graduate students studying under their supervision. The level of support varies depending on the field of study and the availability of research grant funds. Apply to faculty members directly.
HNU has set up laundry shops, Zi-Qiang printing place, Zi-Qiang photography store, Tian-Ma bookstore, De-Zhi book house, Academy Time Cafe, Little Wheat fast postal station, Count-Me-In entrepreneurial co-op base, offering more than 500 positions each year for students to work and study. Places like the HNU University library and CSEE college also offer a specific amount of positions each year for students to work.
Needs-based Awards, Bursaries and Loans
Funding System for Undergraduates of Hunan University (Needs-based Awards and Loans)
Information about needs-based scholarships, bursaries, Work-study programs, and Government student loans and grants is available from the Student Services, Financial Aid and Awards website http://www.hnu.edu.cn/html/zhaoshengjiuye/benkeshengzhaosheng/zizhuyujiangxuejin/
Note: Specific programs may be ineligible for Government student loans and grants, please ensure you check with Financial Aid services.
State-subsidized Student Loans
Bursaries for all HNU students are administered by HNU's Financial Aid and Awards office. Please visit the (http://www.hnu.edu.cn/html/zhaoshengjiuye/benkeshengzhaosheng/zizhuyujiangxuejin/zhuxuedaikuan/) HNU Financial Aid State-subsidized Student Loan page.
Students in critical financial need due to unforeseen circumstances may be eligible for tuition waiver. For further information, please visit tuition waiver page http://www.hnu.edu.cn/html/zhaoshengjiuye/benkeshengzhaosheng/zizhuyujiangxuejin/xuefeijianmian/
Stipends and Financial Assistance
Both Undergraduate and Graduate students are eligible for a variety of financial assistance programs including national or school level scholarships, entrance or continuing scholarships, corporate sponsored or private sponsored scholarships, graduate fellowships, awards, teaching and research assistantships, bursaries and loans. For Stipends and scholarships please visit http://www.hnu.edu.cn/html/zhaoshengjiuye/benkeshengzhaosheng/zizhuyujiangxuejin/zuxuejin/
Additional Financing Options
Most banks offer a student line-of-credit financing program. Check with your financial institution to find out what student financing options are available.
Some of our current students are financially sponsored, in full or in part, by their employers. We encourage you to discuss financial support with your organization.
Student in Training (SIT) projects. This program is usually lasts one to two years. Each year, from March to April students apply projects to HNU and find their supervisors, in May the school will announce the start of the selected projects. From September to October the best projects will be promoted to national university students research program. In next November, the project completes. Student clubs like Northern Campus SIT Club support students with similar interest to do research on creative projects. Visit student club page http://www.hnu.edu.cn/html/specialreport/baituandazhan/bxskgyl/
Student Internships & Job Opportunities
Resources for students-about-to-work (Chinese)
Visit page: http://csee.hnu.edu.cn/Front/JYXX_List?JYXXLM_BH=2013122410545234cd2605-982f-4cfe-8fa7-058efa0f70d4
Information for students-about-to-work (Chinese)
Visit page: http://csee.hnu.edu.cn/Front/JYXX_List?JYXXLM_BH=20131224105502b76613e5-2eeb-49d4-a9df-621376a78ec6
Overview of Co-operative Education (Student Internships) at HNU CSEE
-The HNU CSEE Co-operative Education program began in 2001. Today HNU CSEE offers co-op in all academic disciplines across 8 undergraduate and 3 graduate programs.
-The Co-operative Education curriculum at HNU CSEE focuses on reflective learning, active self-monitoring and skills transfer. The HNU CSEE Co-op program offers a combination of face-to-face workshops and online self-directed learning opportunities each semester.
-Co-operative Education at HNU CSEE is an optional program for the vast majority of the academic disciplines.
Philosophy of HNU CSEE Co-operative Education
Skills transfer and self-direction are key themes that underpin HNU CSEE Co-op practices and drive the HNU CSEE Co-op curriculum. The development of transferable skills and self-directing capabilities enables students to utilize increasingly complex skill sets (ranging from self, through to team and project management) in various contexts. This optimizes the students’ likelihood of adeptly transitioning between school and work and enhances their aptitude across life dimensions. To this end, HNU CSEE Co-op practitioners serve as facilitators of co-op learning, wherever possible, acting on the basis of optimizing student comprehension and achievement.
Mandate of HNU CSEE Co-operative Education
The Co-operative Education Program acts as a liaison among students, employers and the institution to:
identify and facilitate the learning opportunities provided through a work term;
help students determine and develop the skills and knowledge required for employment and identify related personal learning objectives;
deliver employability-related curriculum complementing the skills and knowledge;
gain through academic coursework with work-specific skills and knowledge;
coordinate the co-op process for students and employers;
monitor and assist all co-op students and employers during the work term; and
liaise with each program’s faculty/school/department to ensure relevant and timely
communication between industry and academia.
Co-operative Education Curriculum at HNU CSEE
The intent of HNU CSEE Co-operative Education preparatory curriculum is to prepare students for learning in the workplace by providing students with the skills, knowledge and tools necessary for the transition between the classroom and the workplace.
The philosophical and pedagogical underpinnings that inform the learning and teaching goals and subsequently influence the design of the co-op preparatory curriculum are summarized as:
learning through practice;
learning through reflection;
learning by doing; and
learning for skills and knowledge transfer.