The first “NUclear physics School for Young Scientists (NUSYS-2019)” will be held and hosted by the Institute of Modern Physics, CAS at Lanzhou from Aug. 12 to Aug. 17, 2019, with arrival and check-in on Aug. 11. The goal of this school is to motivate the young PhD students and post-doctoral researchers by introducing them to the various facets of the Nuclear Physics and its applications to the nuclear science and technology, as well as the future prospects of the forthcoming nuclear facilities in east Asia. Experts are invited to convey a view of the rich variety of present on-going activities in the field of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics and to exploit the opportunities created by the on-going or the next-generation nuclear physics facilities in particular in Asia, such as HIAF (High Intensity heavy ion Accelerator Facility), JUNA (Jinping Underground lab for Nuclear Astrophysics) and BISOL (Beijing ISOL) which are being built or planned in China, RAON(Rare Isotope Science Project) in South Korea and RIBF(RI Beam Factory) in Japan. Each student is required to contribute to the school by presenting a poster related to her/his work. The ten best posters will be selected for the oral presentation session at the school. A more detailed program with timing will follow in due course and be posted on this website. The school is supported by Asian Nuclear Physics Association (ANPhA), Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China, and National Natural Science Foundation of China. The school is jointly organized by the Institute of Modern Physics (IMP), Lanzhou University (LZU), China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE), Beihang University (BUAA), Peking University (PKU), Tsinghua University (Tsinghua), Fudan University (Fudan), China Center of Advanced School and Technology (CCAST), and University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS). The total number of participants for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers will be limited to 60. Accommodation and daily allowance for the attendees will be covered by the school. Under the support of ANPhA, the organization committee will select three students for "ANPhA Award for Young Scientists" to NuSYS-2019. Award-winners will receive certificates and rewards in the closing ceremony.