Sister Cities Young Scholars program is a new collaborative effort between Transylvania University, University of Louisville, Hanover College, and Sister Cities of Louisville designed to attract talented, intellectual, civic-minded scholars from the Chinese cities of Jiujiang, Chengdu and Nanchang to the U.S.

After completing the admission process, Sister Cities Young Scholars will be selected to compete for these prestigious awards in March of each year.

Hanover is located on one of the United States most scenic campuses in Hanover, Indiana, not far from Louisville, Cincinnati and Indianapolis.

Recognized by Princeton Review as a Best 371 school in the United States, #133 in the United States by Forbes and #105 by U.S. News and World Report.

“Hanover provided tremendous scholarship offers to allow me the opportunity to study here. The ratio of students to professors (10:1) makes me feel it’s a place where I can really learn. The beautiful and very safe campus also attracted me to Hanover. After my first year, the thing that I love most about Hanover is the academic resources. Professors are available and willing to make appointments with students. Our friendly and close campus community allows every student to receive equal attention from professors.”

Guyu Ye Xiangfan, Hubei

As a Sister Cities Young Scholar, students will have the opportunity to earn substantial academic scholarships to help support their ambition to earn a degree in the United States.

To begin the process, you must apply for admission.

Sister Cities Documents

Introduction to Hanover College in Chinese (PDF)
English Pre-Screening Test (PDF)
Math Pre-Screening Test (PDF)
Sister Cities Application (PDF)

Campus Representatives

Hanover College’s representatives for the Sister Cities Program:

Wei-Bin ZengWei-Bin Zeng
Sister Cities of Louisville, Inc.

Jane StormerJane Stormer '04
Senior Associate Director of Admission
International Student Admission Counselor