China’s National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) invited the Intellectual Property Office again this year to propose candidates for the two-year Master Program on Intellectual Property Law sponsored by the Chinese Government as an important element of implementation of the Joint Statement of Pragmatic Cooperation in the Field of Intellectual Property among Countries along the “Belt and Road”.
Accordingly, Intellectual Property Office invites suitable candidates who have more than two years working experience in intellectual property, university degree resulting from at least four-year program, who are fluent in English and not older than 40 years to apply for the Master Program.
During the first year of the Program, chosen candidates will study at the prestigious faculties in China. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the first year of the 2022/2023 program in China may remain distance learning in the applicants’ home country. In that case, the students will not receive any financial allowances which they would have received if they studied in China. Therefore, the applicants are requested to carefully consider the above situation.
Interested candidates should apply to the Intellectual Property Office and send all the necessary documentation not later than 8 April 2022.
Instructions and explanations about the Master Program you may read in Annex 1 and Annex 2. For additional questions and clarifications as well as for needed application forms, be free to contact Tatjana Stevanović on email@example.com or 2025 951.