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Why Study in China

China’s universities attach great importance to good school spirit. In many universities, a good school spirit is embodied by diligence, hard work, strictness, realism, pioneering, innovation and originality. Based on the characteristics of their specialities, different universities accentuate specific aspects of school spirit.

For instance, medical universities install in their school spirit the concept of humanitarianism; normal universities recommend the students to develop the spirit of sacrifice and be paragons of virtue and learning; and universities of political science and law encourage the students to cultivate noble characters and to be upright and just, honest and faithful to the duties.

By studying in China you will gain academic success, grow as an individual and go on to bring great honour to your homeland when you return.

STUDENT VISA PROCESS
Process to obtain Chinese Student Visa for international students

Scholarship granted students
According to the regulations of the Ministry of Public Security, foreign students of governmental scholarships can, with Admission Notice and the Visa Application Form for Studying in China (JW201 form) both delivered by the Chinese universities and Physical Examination Record for Foreigner, submit applications to Chinese embassies and consulates for X visa within due terms.

Self-paid students
Students of in-college exchanges projects and self-paid students chosen by the Chinese universities can, with Admission Notice and the Visa Application Form for Foreigners to Study in China both delivered by the Chinese universities and the Physical Examination Record for Foreigner, submit applications to Chinese embassies and consulates for X visas within due terms.

Those who will stay in China for less than half a year may apply for F visa.
All foreign students shall take the original copies of Admission Notice, Visa Application for Foreigners Wishing to Study in China (JW201) and Physical Examination Record for Foreigner to apply for the Visa to China and enter China with the above original documents. Those with other passports, visas or without the original forms of above mentioned documents cannot register at the institution, and they cannot apply for residence permit in China.

Living Cost In China
Living Cost for International Students in China Food costs are generally reasonable in China, so housing is the major expense. Contacts are important for finding the best place to live, so start talking to people as soon as you reach there for comfortable but reasonably priced living arrangements. In general, western China tends to be cheaper than the eastern port cities of Beijing, Qingdao, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. In Beijing, both furnished and unfurnished properties are available. Furnished houses are very easy to find in the rental market of Beijing. For travel between cities, buses and boats are almost always cheaper than trains and planes.

Accommodation
The students will be housed in safe, secure, clean and comfortable accommodation. The standard style of accommodation is in double occupancy rooms, but single accommodation is available at an additional cost.

In Beijing, participants will be housed in a three star hotel, adjacent to the campus of Beijing University. All rooms include attached (en-suite) western-style bath, 24-hour hot water, air-conditioning, television and telephone. Most rooms offer ports for internet connection as well.

In Shanghai, the housing will be in university-owned on-campus housing on the campus of Shanghai Jiao tong University. As in Beijing, in Shanghai all rooms include attached (en-suite) western-style bath, 24-hour hot water, air-conditioning, television and telephone and most rooms also have ports for internet connection.

In Hong Kong: In fall semesters housing in Hong Kong will be in a three star hotel, adjacent to the campus of Hong Kong University. In spring semesters this final week of the program will be spent in university-owned on-campus housing on the campus of Hong Kong University. As in Beijing and Shanghai, all rooms will include attached (en-suite) western-style bath, 24-hour hot water, air-conditioning, television and telephone and most rooms also have ports for internet connection.